Each month a Men’s Breakfast is offered in the parish Hall at 8 am. The men gather for a hearty meal, fellowship and participate in a video teaching and discussion. All are invited.
Coming in October 2020, worship through art at Spirit Sketch. Listen to contemplative music, hear scripter, sip your tea and worship God through sketching, painting, or journaling. Please bring your own art/writing supplies. Music, tea/coffee and scripture will be provided. All are welcome.
St. Paul’s Cupboard – Food Ministry
In an effort to help those in need, St Paul’s Cupboard is here to provide food and other helpful items for those in the community and surrounding area. The cupboard is located next to the St Paul’s church parish hall located at 143 Main Street in Greenwich and is open 24/7. Simply come and take what you need.
This is a ministry of St Paul’s Church but if anyone would like to support the efforts you may do so by dropping off food items or mailing a donation to St Paul’s, PO Box 183, Greenwich, NY 12833 ATTN: Cupboard Items may be placed in the bin next to the cupboard or you may contact Deacon Meaghan Keegan or any church member.
The St. Paul’s Prayer Chain is committed to praying with you for your needs, and rejoicing with you when prayers are answered. We believe in the power of prayer to heal, console, guide and support us. To request prayers, or to join the Prayer Chain, please contact Meaghan Keegan at 518-590-6130 or Sherry Pruiksma at 518-692-9055. Intercessory prayer is also available during Holy Communion at the back of the sanctuary.
Baskets of Blessing
St. Paul’s supports those who are victims of domestic violence by helping fill baskets with household and personal care items. The baskets will be used to support the Healing a Woman’s Soul ministry within our Diocese. Items include paper goods, cleaning supplies, towels, person hygiene items, a bible etc. We also provide baskets for others in need (i.e. fire victims, sudden relocation) Please contact Amy at 518-744-1746 to donate items or money to purchase supplies.
Providing pastoral care for the sick and shut-in of the church, through regular visitation and participation in the sacrament of Holy Communion, is an important part of the ministry of St. Paul’s. In Matthew 25 Jesus emphasizes the importance of taking care of those who are unable to participate fully in the community. To request a visit please contact Rev. Meaghan Keegan at 518-590-6130.
We organize a number of special events throughout the year, including a Shrove Tuesday pancake supper, an informal Ash Wednesday Service, the 7 Last Words of Jesus Good Friday Service, Whipple City Chicken BBQ, an open house during the Tractor Parade and more. Please visit the calendar for information about these events.