Join us for an unforgettable family baseball night out as the Cleveland Guardians take on the Houston Astros at Progressive Field! Get ready for an evening filled with fun, excitement, and delicious food. It's Dollar Dog Night, so enjoy mouthwate...
Church of the Epiphany in Euclid is holding its second annual “Guns to Garden” event on June 10. Guns to Gardens is a movement among faith-based organizations to intervene in gun violence by providing safe-surrender gun buyback events that di...
The Men’s Council invites all adult men to their annual end-of-the-church-year picnic. They will meet at Dennis Coughlin’s home. Food and drinks will be provided. Valet parking is available, but carpooling is encouraged. If you have any quest...
Please mark your calendars for a diocesan-wide celebration of Bishop Mark Hollingsworth, our Assisting Bishops during these past twenty years and our bishops’ staff. The party, hosted by the Bishop Transition Committee of the Episcopal Diocese ...
Each year, in communities across the world, June is celebrated as “Pride” month -- a commemoration of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer community’s struggle for civil rights and the ongoing pursuit of equal justice under th...
Dear Families of St. Paul's, We’re excited to share some exciting news and changes for our youth group and teens. Beginning Sunday, March 12, all teens are invited to a youth group lunch from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. We’ll cook together, play ga...
The number of immigrants seeking asylum status in the US has hit record numbers this year, giving rise to a humanitarian crisis. After months of careful discernment, a group of concerned St. Paul’s parishioners has begun a formal conversation w...
We invite you to share your artistic talent with fellow parishioners in a show of members’ art in the NB White gallery of St. Paul’s, beginning Sunday, November 20. The show is open to all St. Paul’s parishioners 18 and over. Please submit ...
We have neighbors who feel ignored, disenfranchised, and/or discouraged by those in power, resulting in a lack of participation in our electoral process. Through GCC’s Battle for Democracy campaign, we can forge relationships, show our compass...
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We’re so glad you are considering our community as your new
church home. We are a dynamic, diverse, and open community
of people who come together to seek and know God; care for
and enjoy one another; and serve others, locally and around the
world. Through worship, pastoral care, formation, outreach, and
fellowship, we strive to live lives of faith with and for one another.
Whether you are a life-long Episcopalian, coming from another faith background,
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The principal Sunday worship service is the Holy Eucharist.
The Book of Common Prayer guides our liturgical services. Our varied service schedule provides opportunities to worship in diverse ways, from traditional to more contemporary. There is worship bulletin that will assist you through the service.
Childcare is offered on Sunday mornings for children ages infant through Pre-K from 8:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Our paid staff is trained in health and safety, and silent pagers are made available to parents of infants and toddlers. Please ask a greeter or usher for directions to the childcare rooms.
Sunday morning Christian Formation classes for children and youth meet most Sundays from 10 to 11 a.m. from September through May.
Pledges are our largest source of annual funding. A pledge is an estimate for what a household plans to give financially over the course of the current year. Pledges are most helpful because they make it possible for Saint Paul’s to make a budget for the year.
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