Welcome to St. Paul's
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St. Paul’s reaches out to share the Light of Christ. Our hands are open to help and our hearts open to love. We are an inter-generational church working to make a difference through compassion as we share God's love and grace with our community.
Summer Worship Schedule Changes
Sunday, July 20: St. Paul's will have one service of Morning Prayer at 9:30 am. Morning Prayer is in place of both the 8:00 am & 10:30 am service. Those who wish to attend a service of Holy Communion are invited to join the congregation at St. John's Episcopal Church in Youngstown. St. John's is located at the corner of Main & Chesnut Streets in Youngstown, NY. Their Eucharist service begins at 10:00 am
Sunday, July 27: The Rev. Carole Grant-White will preside and preach as Rev. Pike will be away.
Summer Services: We will continue with one service at 9:30 am through August 31st. Starting August 5 join us Tuesdays at 5:45 pm for Holy Communion.
Loberster Fest is Back at St. Paul's!
Join us Saturday August 16th from 4 pm to 7pm for a tasty lobster dinner comple with 1.5 lb lobster, baked potato, corn on the cob, coleslaw, and a softdrink. Beer and wine avilable for purchase. Beef on Weck will also be avilable for those who enjoy turf more than surf. Check out our flyer here.
Lobster Dinner Pre-sale $30.00, $34.00 at the Door
Beef on Weck $10.00
Ticket's avilable by contacting the church at 754-4591 or 425-1359.
New Mission Statement
Our goal was to find the heart of our church; what makes it strong and vibrant and put it into very thoughful and meaningful words. On June 8, St. Paul's vestry voted to adopt this new mission statement.
Our Spiritual Past has Prepared Us
Our Present with Christ Sustains Us
Our Future with God Invites Us
Food Pantry Items
Please keep the Ransomville Care n Share Food Pantry in your thoughts as you go about your weekley grocery shopping. A little from each of us makes a big difference for many. Our bin is on the first landing.
Summer Event Parking
During the summer Tuesday & Wednesday event season in Lewiston (NY), St. Paul's is offering event parking at $10 a car. The entrance to the parking lot is on Ridge Street.
Eagle Scout Project
St. Paul's is collecting cans & bottles with a NYS Deposit. Deposit returns will be used toward a Boy Scout Eagle Project for a local scout. Donations can be dropped off during regular church office hours or on Sunday from 9 am - 12 noon.
Here is our very own Katy & Emily Shoop with Bishop Franklin at this year's
Episcopal Youth Event (EYE). Looks like a great time was had by all, and
we can't wait to hear what's in store for the youth in our diocese!!
Around the Diocese
Vacation Bible School
Where: Christ Church, Lockport, NY
When: July 14-18, 4:30-8:30 pm
This program is for families to attend together. The program does not exclude children who's parents are unable to attend. The theme is Wilderness Escape - the Exodus. St. Paul's families are welcome to attend. Contact Christ Church at (716) 433-9229 for more details.
On Thursday, July 24, Bishop Franklin will be at Grace Church to bless a memorial given in honor of Father Bob Jackson and Father Jim Massie, and to dedicate a memorial rose garden at Grace Church. Weather permitting, the service will be outside and will begin at 6 pm. A picnic dinner will follow the service. Members of the Jackson and Massie families will attend. It will be the 1st anniversary of Father Jackson's passing.
This memorial blessing will take the place of celebrating the Holy Eucharist at Brookside. Please keep the Jackson and Massie families in your prayers.
Music With a Mission Concert
When: Sunday, July 27 at 5 pm
Where: First Baptist Church in Niagara Falls (NY) - 554 Main Street
The concert will feature "The Men in White Choir" and "The Chapel at Crosspoint Choir". Admission is free, however all free will offereings will benefit the work and ministry of Community Missions in Niagara Falls, NY.