Greetings from St. Paul’s
Saint Paul’s is a historic, downtown Episcopal Church located on the Riverwalk. It draws its members from throughout Richmond and the surrounding counties. We welcome you to worship with us and join us in community. The facility is fully accessible for those with disabilities.
Together, we continue to carry out the mission of this parish, a welcoming Episcopal congregation, “to proclaim the Good News of God in Jesus Christ in greater Augusta and beyond.”
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We Return to Our Fall Schedule on Sunday, August 17. Worship Services will be held at 8:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m., and 5:30 p.m. Christian Formation for all ages begins at 10:00 a.m.
Children (Ages 3 – 5th Grade) – All children are invited to a special Children’s Formation Kick-off held in the Berlin Room. We begin our new SPARK curriculum with songs, fun, and an extra surprise from Mother Kelsey.
Youth (6th Grade – 12th Grade) – meet in the Youth Classroom – Upstairs Parish House. Youth Christian Formation will begin the year with a focus on the Prophets of the Bible and how these people and prophecies impacted our Christian Faith.
The Adult Forum will meet in the Chapel.
Family Foundations is a fellowship for parents of children aged newborn through senior high. This year Family Foundations will meet across from Children’s Christian Formation.
CornerStone kicks-off on Sunday, August 17, 5:00 p.m. at the Epicenter, 1337 Flowing Wells Rd., Augusta, 30909. CornerStone is for ANY & ALL Youth in grades 6th-12th. We meet once a month for food, fun and fellowship! Come enjoy some time with your friends while we talk about God in our lives! Contact The Reverend Kelsey Hutto by e-mail or at the church office for more information.
Saint Paul’s Choirs
The Canterbury and Saint Paul’s Choirs begin their new season at the end of August. Both choirs have their first rehearsals on Wednesday, 27 August. The Canterbury Choir is for children in grades 3-9 and the Saint Paul’s Choir is for high school sophomores through adults. Both choirs will sing weekly at the 11 a.m. Sunday morning service beginning on 7 September. Because Melissa Schultz, the Director of the St. Nicholas Choir (for children in pre-K through grade 2), has just had a baby that choir will begin as soon as Melissa is ready, probably late September or early October. For information about any of the parish’s three choirs, please contact Keith Shafer, Director of Music, 706-724-2485 x 215, or by e-mail.
Saint Paul’s Church
PASTA DINNER FOR
IRONMAN PARTICIPANTS AND FAMILIES
Join us in the River Room the evening prior to Ironman 70.3, Saturday, September 27, 5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. The cost per dinner ticket will be $10. Patrons may dine on site. “Take-out” will be available.
Tickets are available on-line until September 26. Any remaining tickets will be available at the Pre-Race Expo, and on-site payable by cash or check only until sold out.
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OTHER INFORMATION for Ironman Participants and Families
- The River Room will be open the morning of the race beginning at 5:30 a.m. for coffee and water.
- The church will be open for meditation and prayer prior to the race.
- Celtic Evening Prayer and Communion is offered at 5:30 p.m. Come as you are.