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  • We welcome the Rev. Dr. Nathaniel Warne and his family to St. Paul's. By the Grace of God, he is our priest-in-charge effective August 1, 2020.
  • An Update on the Resumption of In-person Services.

    Please CLICK HERE to watch an update from Bp. Ed Little, bishop-in-residence.

    In a pastoral emergency, please contact us at rector@stpaulsmishawaka.org or call the church office at 574-255-9090.

    The Liturgy of the Word will be led by Fr. Nate Warne, priest-in-charge, on Sundays at 9:00 am via a pre-recorded service on the St. Paul's Facebook page or on the St. Paul's YouTube channel.

    The Diocese of Northern Indiana will be providing many opportunities to view/listen online to the Daily Office - Morning Prayer, Noonday Prayer, Evening Prayer, and Compline. You can find the full schedule at Diocesan Virtual Worship Schedule.

    Morning Prayer on Sundays is being live-streamed from the Cathedral each Sunday morning at 10:15 am (EDT) on the Cathedral's YouTube Channel. Please CLICK HERE to watch.















  • Adult Book Study - The Color of Compromise by Jemar Tisby

    The Cathedral of St. James is organizing a study of the book, The Color of Compromise by Jemar Tisby on Thursday evenings from 7:30 pm to 8:30 pm beginning on September 24 and going through December 10. The discussion will be led by Steven Slaubaugh of the Cathedral and Charissa Warne of St. Paul's. All of the sessions will take place via Zoom. Please email Steven Slaubaugh at formation@stjamessouthbend.org if you would like to join this book study. A copy of the book can be purchased at HERE

  • Bishop Little















    Bishop in Residence:
    The Rt. Rev. Edward S. Little II

    We are blessed to have Bishop Little as a member of St. Paul's. Effective August 1, he transitions from serving as our interim to "curate". Thank you Bishop Ed for your ministry to the parish during the search process.

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    Please CLICK HERE to watch an update from Bp. Ed Little,
    bishop-in-residence, on the resumption of services at St. Paul's.

    You can watch Morning Prayer livestreamed from the Cathedral each
    Sunday morning at 10:15 am (EDT) on the Cathedral's YouTube channel HERE.