News & Announcements
  • Great News: God has sent His Holy Spirit to guide us!
  • Worship Services During COVID-19

    In-person Sunday worship returns beginning on Easter Sunday (April 4, 2021). Thanks be to God!

    St. Paul's will celebrate one Eucharist with in-person attendance on Sundays at 9:00 am. Masks must be worn in the building and physical distancing will be required. Sunday services will continue to be live-streamed on the St. Paul's YouTube channel. After the service, a recording is available on St. Paul's YouTube channel and on St. Paul's Facebook page.

    Evening Prayer is offered on Wednesdays at 5:30 pm via Zoom. Please contact the Church Office at stpauls@stpaulsmishawaka.org for the Zoom link.

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

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  • Adult Book Study - Braiding Sweetgrass by Robin Wall Kimmerer

    Please join us as we read and discuss this book about our relationships with creation, our history with Indigenous peoples, and how we might begin to transform our relationships with both. This is an extension of the recent book studies on racism and racial justice in conjunction with the Creation Care Committee in our diocese. The study will meet via Zoom on September 15, October 20, and November 10 from 7:00 - 8:30 pm. The discussion will be led by Steven Slaubaugh and Tamisyn Grantz of the Cathedral and our own Fr. Nate Warne. To get the Zoom link please register at https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUkfuCurDorH9bZPL8TOSiZOW6jzBDsI7Be. A copy of the book can be purchased at milkweed.org

  • Bible Study of 1 Peter
    Join Fr Matthew Cowden from St. Michael's and All Angels and Fr. Nate as they lead a Bible study on 1 Peter. The study meets on Sunday evenings on Zoom at 7 pm beginning on September 19.

    Please email the church for the Zoom link.

    Along with the discussion of 1 Peter, there are also helpful materials about Peter's epistle which were created by the Lambeth Conference which tackle some of the more difficult interpretive questions of the text. You can find these resources here.