• God has sent His Holy Spirit to guide us!

  • It's Sign-Up Time for St. Paul's Supper Clubs!

    St. Paul's Supper Clubs are a social ministry of our parish. In Supper Club groups, we gather in homes or in local restaurants to enjoy food and friends in a casual, comfortable atmosphere. St. Paul's Supper Clubs give us a chance to get to know each other better (especially between attendees of the 8:00 and 10:00 services), and as a result strengthen the parish as a whole. The only requirement is that you be willing to meet every month or two and have a good time. Dinners can be pot luck and rotate among the homes of group members or everyone call get together at a local restaurant.

    Our Kick-Off dinner will be on Friday, September 28 beginning at 6:30 pm. It will be a BBQ at the home of Mtr. Susan and Fr. Tom where you will get a chance to meet the other members of your group and plan for future meetings. You can participate in a group even if you cannot make the Kick-Off dinner. Please consider being part of this important ministry! Sign-up sheets can be found at the end of the pews and put in the collection plate.

  • Fall Adult Education begins Wednesday, September 26 - Walk In Love: Episcopal Beliefs and Practices

    Wednesday evenings beginning on September 26 Mtr. Susan will lead a course on Episcopal beliefs and practices using the book "Walk In Love: Episcopal Beliefs and Practices" by Scott Gunn and Melody Wilson Shobe. Sessions meet in the undercroft beginning at 7:00 pm and will go through November 14, with a break on October 31.

  • Peanut Brittle Cooking!

    Peanut brittle cooking will begin in October. We are now accepting donations of salted butter (in quarters please) and sugar.

  • Introduction to Centering Prayer

    An introduction to this ancient form of personal devotion will be offered on Saturday, October 6 from 9:00 am to noon. Join us for instruction, discussion and experience with Centering Prayer. Come if you have practiced for a while. Come if you have never tried it. Bring a brown bag lunch, and we will eat together at the conclusion. Questions? See Ida Forbis or Mtr. Susan. This retreat will take place in "The Lower Room" at the church.

  • St. Francis Day Pet Blessings

    Bring your furry critters to St. Paul's parking lot on Sunday, October 7 at 4:00 pm for a blessing. In honor of St. Francis Day, Mother Susan will be blessing animals. All animals are welcome (except spiders); and snakes must be leashed.

  • Christmas Bazaar - Saturday, November 17 - 9:00 am to noon

    Crafts, Christmas decorations, baked goods, pictures with Santa, peanut brittle! Start gathering your donations now or thinking about what kind of goodies you're going to bake!

  • Bishop Sparks' Visitation

    Bishop Sparks will make his annual visit to St. Paul's on Sunday, September 16. He will preside at both services.

  • Habitat for Humanity Matthew 25 House - Saturday, December 8 - 8:00 am to 2:30 pm

    Every year area churches join together to fund and build a Habitat for Humanity house. It is called the Matthew 25 house! This year's house will be part of the Carter Work Project at the corner of Jefferson and Byrkit where 23 homes are being built. You can join the St. Paul's team in 3 different ways: Join our work crew who will work from 8:00 am to 2:30 pm, help provide lunch (at 11:00 am), and/or donate to the St. Paul's team by sending a check to Habitat for Humanity, 402 E. South Street, South Bend, IN 46601. Please write Matthew 25 and St. Paul's Mishawaka on the memo line. You can also donate online. Donate to the St. Paul's Matthew 25 Team.

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