St. Paul’s News

Upcoming Events


Saturday, April 25th; Tickets on sale February 22.  Click here for details!


Mid-Day Music begins again on February 25.  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.


INSPIRICA (formerly St. Luke’s LifeWorks) Dinners

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


This week: Spaghetti / Pasta
Our goal is 40 or more boxes of Spaghetti/Pasta this week. Donations of your recycled plastic and paper grocery bags are also needed. Thanks to all who contributed last week and for your ongoing support of this important ministry!

ARTWorks Gallery

Rotating exhibits of local artists.

Upcoming show:
March 4- April 7

Paintings by Heide Folin
Opening Reception:  
Wednesday, March 4 — 6:30pm to 8:00pm; light refreshments and a chance to greet the artist

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.

Meet Our Staff

The Reverend Nicholas Lang

Father Nicholas Lang has been at St. Paul’s on the Green since 1993, becoming Priest-in-Charge in 1994, Vicar in 2000, and Rector in 2003. He was ordained in the Ukrainian Orthodox Church in January, 1973 and received as a priest in the Episcopal Church in 1993.  As rector, he is responsible for the administrative oversight of all aspects of church life, especially of our worship. In addition to his seminary education, Nicholas has Masters and Doctorate degrees in Counseling.



The Reverend Peter Thompson, DeaconPeter - Ordination Head Shot

Peter Thompson is a 3rd year degree candidate at Yale University’s Divinity School and Institute for Sacred Music, where he is completing a Masters of Divinity (MDiv) degree in May, 2015.  Ordained to the Transitional Diaconate in the Diocese of Washington (DC) in November 2014,  Peter will assume a full-time position as Assistant Rector effective upon the completion of his studies and his Ordination the the Sacred Order of Priests on Ascension Day, May 14, 2015.  In additional to sharing in the worship and preaching life of St. Paul’s, Peter will oversee Pastoral Care and the Pastoral Care team, serve as Chaplain to the St. Paul’s Choristers, and work with lay leaders in the aresas of Member Incorporation, Evangelism, Hospitality and Adult Education.

The Reverend Louise Kalemkerian

Mother Louise has been associated with St. Paul’s for many years and has Louise Kalemkerianrecently joined the staff on a part-time, transitional basis. She works with our Pastoral Care Team and Church School teachers, provides support and preparation to families and individuals preparing for baptism, and participates liturgically at our week-day services. She also serves as the part-time, interim rector at Grace Episcopal Church in Trumbull, CT. Mother Louise works from St. Paul’s on Mondays and Thursdays, responds to pastoral emergencies throughout the week, and is available by phone and email.



Vince Edwards

Vince Edwards has been Director of Music at St. Paul’s on the Green since September 2003. During his time at St. Paul’s, the choirs have grown from 12 members to over 80 active members from ages 7 to 80 and beyond! In 2004, Vince founded the St. Paul’s Choristers, a highly-respected choral program for boys and girls from the greater Norwalk community. Vince holds degrees from Bethel College and Yale University. In addition to his work at St. Paul’s, Vince is active as a consultant with churches who want to grow and develop their music programs.


Anne Watkins

Anne is the Associate for Member Incorporation.  She initiated this position Anne Watkinsfrom 2003 – 2008 and returned to St. Paul’s in May, 2013.  Anne oversees our Ministers of Welcome and Hospitality ministries and works with the rest of the professional staff in helping new members assimilate into parish life, discovering and utilizing their gifts for participating in God’s Mission.  Anne has extensive experience and training in Congregational & Ministry Development and holds a Masters of Divinity degree from Episcopal Divinity school in Cambridge, MA.   She has served the Diocese of Connecticut for 15 years as a consultant to other parishes and is the Lay Representative from Province 1 (the New England dioceses) to the Executive Council of the Episcopal Church.



Lilian Revel

Lilian Revel2Lilian serves as Pastoral Care coordinator, working with Mother Louise Kalemkerian.  She brings a diverse array of gifts and life experiences having grown up in many different countries of the world, with many different languages and among diverse cultures. She has worked in international banking and as a world language teacher in the public school system. Lilian has an MBA (NYU) and an Advanced Degree in Bilingual Education (Fairfield U.).  After retiring from teaching Lilian returned to school for an M.A. in Spiritual Direction from General Theological Seminary in NY. (2014). She has also received training for chaplaincy at Stamford Hospital, completing two units of Clinical Pastoral Education. Lilian is a dedicated parishioner who enjoys contributing in many different capacities (choir, liturgy, preaching, adult formation, children’s education), and will now be concentrating her efforts in coordinating the pastoral care activities in our congregation and in spiritual direction.


Don Sileo

Don Sileo first came to St. Paul’s in 1996 to sing in the choir which he continues to do also functioning as the choir librarian. In 2003, he retired after 31 years as a middle school language arts teacher in Norwalk to open the bookstore at St.Paul’s on the Green. While he continues to provide input there, his primary staff role is as assistant for music and liturgy.



Steven McCay

Steven McCay, a lifetime member of the Episcopal Church, made St. Paul’s his home parish in 2004.  He accepted the position of part time Facility Manager in 2006.  Steve’s responsibilities include oversight of the grounds and buildings and he serves as the main contact for organizations and individuals wanting to use space at the church.  He enjoys his work time almost as much as his time assisting with worship as either Thurifer, Minister of Ceremonies, Server or Sub Deacon.


Ferbian Salkie

Ferbian Salkie has served as Sexton at St. Paul’s since January of this year, working to maintain our large physical plant. Born in Jamaica, Ferbian has lived in the United States since age 11, graduating from Norwalk High School, where he also served in the ROTC. In 2005, Ferbian graduated from Porter and Chester Institute, where he studied to be a heating and cooling technician. Ferbian splits his time between Casey’s Sheet Metal Service in Norwalk and St. Paul’s.