St. Paul’s Episcopal Church is a Vibrant, Active, and Generous Congregation.
We celebrate a rich worship life, and participate in events throughout the Diocese, the city of Flint,
and at the Intersection of Saginaw Street and Third Street!
2nd FRIDAY ART WALK
Friday, November 12 @ 6:00 PM
Tom Myers, Artist
Music by Interludes, from Flint Master Singers
VETERANS DAY OBSERVANCE
Sunday, November 14 @ 9AM
This Sunday, November 14, 2021, we will honor our Veterans. In-person worship and live-stream begins at 9am.
If you are a Veteran (if you have worn the uniform and served in a branch of our armed forces or as a law enforcement officer, fire-fighter or emergency
responder), please join us as we wish to honor your service.
COLLECTIONS FOR CROSSOVER THANKSGIVING BASKETS
Starting Sunday, November 14, 2021
Crossover is asking for our help in their Thanksgiving Baskets for families in need. They are requesting: Canned Gravy, Boxed Stuffing, Canned Yams/Sweet Potatoes, Canned Cranberries or Cranberry sauce, Canned Corn, Canned Green beans.
Items can be dropped-off at the church on Sunday, November 14. Or, dropped off during the week at Crossover at 414 West Court St. Flint.
Monetary Donations can be sent directly to Crossover or given to George Gibson with a notation on the check that the funds are for Crossover.
TRANSGENDER DAY OF REMEMBRANCE
Saturday, November 20, 2021 @ 7:00 PM
In a spirit of inclusion and acceptance that is core to the mission of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, we are observing a Transgender Day of Remembrance. Put on hold during the pandemic, this solemn ceremony will be observed again in 2021. Please join us as we honor the memory of trans people that have lost their lives in the last year. Transgender individuals suffer on the edges of society and lose their lives at rates higher than cisgender people.
ANGEL GIVING TREE
Starting Sunday, November 14, 2021
Christmas is approaching quickly and our Angel Tree outreach to children in need is ready-to-go. Our Crossover partners provided us with the names, ages, and suggestions for 20 children. Each child will receive two gifts, one of clothing and one of a toy, game or gift card. Monetary guideline is approximately $50.00 per gift. Our “Angel Tree” will be set up in the church parlor beginning Sunday, November 14, where you can select a child’s name on a special ornament.
Monetary donations are also very welcome. Please send your donationons to the church to the attention of George Gibson. Be sure to note “Angel Tree” on your check.
If you have any questions, please contact the Angel Tree chairperson Carole Davis, phone/text 810-410-7789, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
ALL GIFTS MUST BE RETURNED TO ST. PAUL’S BY SUNDAY, DECEMBER 12. Crossover will begin distributing gifts to families on December 13.
TREES, TREES, and MORE ADVENT TREES
Starting Sunday, November 29, 2021
In celebration of Advent and the season that follows Advent, we will be placing “Thanksgiving/Advent” trees in the narthex and parlor beginning the Sunday after Thanksgiving. Each church group is asked to decorate a tree (the tree and lights will be provided). We hope to have an Altar Guild tree, Outreach Tree, Music Tree (more), Lay readers Tree, Vestry Tree and on and on. What your group puts on the tree tells its story, and we can all bask in the light and give thanks for the people that make our parish thrive.
TREEmendous Evening – Tree Lighting
Thursday, December 2, 2021. 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM
St. Paul’s will join in the festivities and the music at this annual event sponsored by the UpTown Development Group. The event will be in the grassy lot in front of the Capitol Theater on Second Street.
Presenting: ‘What Sweeter Music’ The New Century Choral
Sunday, December 12, 2021. 4:00 PM at St. Paul’s Tickets are $12.00
St. Paul’s is partnering with the American Red Cross on a Blood Drive
Thursday, December 28, 2021. 8:00 AM to 1:45 PM; at the Red Cross Donation Center