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Established in 1884, St. Paul's Episcopal Church is a vibrant, Christian community that looks to the past for wisdom, and to the future for hope.
We are committed to strengthening our faith and supporting each other on our spiritual journeys. We use our gifts and talents to follow Christ's teachings.
We are a welcoming mix of Christians with diverse accomplishments, backgrounds and opinions. We worship. We celebrate. We question. We listen. We study. We pray.
Please join us!
Peace and joy be with you,
Headlines and Breaking News!
St. Paul’s Holy Land Pilgrimage Deadline for Registration: August 3
Workshop of Wonders (VBS) served about 50 children from our congregation and neighborhood. A hearty thanks to all of our volunteers and especially to Nicole Pridachuk, who coordinated, emceed, and danced her way through the week.
The vestry approved construction of the Columbarium project at our most recent meeting. Click here to see a rendering of how it will look when completed late this year.
Where is Todd Foster? As preparation for ordination, Todd is serving at St. Paul’s Mount Vernon. The bishop appointed him there to provide 8 to 10 hours of service per week for the next 9 months. He will continue to be an employee of St. Paul’s Bellingham, but cannot volunteer at this parish. Our hopes and prayers go with Todd as he begins his sacred journey.
The children need you! Our St. Paul's Resurrección Mount Vernon day-camp, held from July 21 to August 15, is growing. Last year, 110 children were served; this year, 160 are expected. Just take a look and see if you can help! You can also contact Jon Fedele, or pick up a form. Let’s give the children the help they deserve, and need.
Our Guest Musician is Nicole Wakabayashi. Please welcome and thank her for sharing her talent with us. Wade Dingman is away for 6 weeks in Europe and has arranged for a few different musicians to fill his seat on Sunday mornings.
Our newest outreach program, the Community Enrichment Center at St. Paul's announces new classes. We're very excited about this service to the Bellingham community. Click here for more information.
Father Jonathan is currently on a well-earned sabbatical from April 21 to July 21. To see what he plans to do, Click Here.
The Deadline for the August Issue of The Messenger (our church newsletter) is Monday, July 21 at noon. Please consider submitting an article. All submissions can be emailed to Jen and Nicole at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’ll forward them on to Bev Baldwin.
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"St. Paul’s is a community of generosity — giving time to one another, sharing the Eucharist with all who come, meeting the needs of those we encounter. We try to love, as Christ loves us."
"I appreciate all the choices for Faith Formation and for the variety of programs to encourage community participation in the church, in greater Bellingham, and in the world."
"I love the music and the service and the many chances to serve."
"I have come to St. Paul’s in grief, in need, in turmoil, and in joy. I have never left without a sense of great comfort and caring"
Music. Flowers. Eucharist. Prayer book. Liturgy. People. Children. Concern. People who serve each other and their neighbor both near and far. Confession. Education.
"St. Paul’s is where I feel spiritually connected. I practice the communion of saints. I love the congregation, the prayers, and the MUSIC. I am nurtured here."
"Worship at St. Paul’s is my “fuel”—the sermon, music, the total ambiance."