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Scheduler & Rota

Click here to access your sign-in page to update your availability.

Click here for the monthly rota to check your schedule, volunteer for an opening or request a swap.


Mid-Day Music & Concert Series

Mid-Day Music — Each Wednesday at 12:05pm.  Visit Seabury Academy at St. Paul’s to view the Mid-Day Music schedule. Then, to return here, use the back arrow on your browser.

Concert Series — Sunday, November 22 at 5:00pm 

J.S. Bach – Three Sonatas for viola da gamba featuring David Ellis, viola and Jacob Street, harpsichord

Suggested donation:  $15 (or another amount of your choosing) gratefully accepted. 

Advent Mini-Retreat

Saturday, November 28 — 9am – 12:30pm

Retreat Leader is:  The Rev’d Mark Bozzuti-Jones, Priest for Pastoral Care & Community at Trinity Church, Wall Street, NYC.  Suggested dontation: $10


Holiday Market

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Every 5th Sunday of the Month
Next opportunity: November 29th

Person 2 Person

This week: Peanut Butter
Our goal is 40 or more jars of Peanut Butter this week. Donations of your recycled plastic and paper grocery bags are also needed.

ARTWorks Gallery

Rotating exhibits of local artists.

Upcoming Show – December 3 – 31:
“Small Works”

A show of orginal works by St. Paul’s members in conjunction with the Holiday Market

Opening Reception:  

Thursday, December 3 — 6:30pm to 8:00pm; light refreshments and a chance to greet the artists

The gallery is open during regular parish business hours and is located in the Chittim-Howell House on the St. Paul’s grounds.

Artists interested in exhibiting in our gallery are encouraged to contact us for more information.



At St. Paul’s on the Green, visitors and newcomers are an important and expected part of our communal vitality.  We welcome people of all races, classes, sexualities, beliefs, and talents to the radical hospitality of God’s table.  All people who enter our sacred space enter with the promise that they will be free to be who they are. 

Holiday Market — Opens December 3 at 5:00pm!

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An Advent Procession with Lessons & Carols — Sunday, December 6 at 5pm

St. Paul’s Adult Choir and the music of Palestrina, Tallis, Distler, Bruckner, Vaughan Williams, Hallock and Mendelssohn. A reception follows in the Parish Hall.

Sunday Worship Schedule — November 29, 2015

9:00 am – Solemn Eucharist with Music

Children ages 4 – 7 begin worship with their families, depart for special worship following Easter 2015 ad - croppedthe Gospel and return for Holy Communion.  Refreshments & Fellowship follow the service.

10:10 am — Godly Play

Children ages 4 – 7 meet in the Warner Center, Room #1 for Godly Play

10:10 am — Adult Forum

In the Saint Hilda Room with Father Nicholas Lang, rector and John Lesko of Hoyt-Cognetta Funeral Home .  This week’s topic is the the first of a three-week series that looks at the Gospel of the Day. 

11:00 am – Solemn Eucharist with Choir

Children ages 4 – 7 begin worship with their families, depart for special worship following the Gospel and return for Holy Communion. Refreshments & Fellowship follow the service.9:00 pm –

  9:00 pm – Compline with Communion

20 minutes of gorgeous chant in a darkened, candlelit church followed by Holy Communion in recognition of the First Sunday in Advent – doors open at 8:30pm for quiet meditation and prayer

Click here for a sampling of our outstanding music.