Our food pantry has been in operation for nearly thirty years and has grown from being a small ministry run by St. Paul’s Episcopal Church to a much larger enterprise assisted by several other churches. (see drop down for more information)
Our largest fundraiser of the year, the Fall Fair supports local, domestic and international works of charity. The list of Organisations which have received funding from the Fall Fair include:
St. John’s Eye Hospital, Jerusalem; the Anglican Centre in Rome; the Episcopal Diocese of Haiti; the Episcopal Diocese of the Dominican Republic; The Episcopal Church in Jerusalem and the Middle East; the Armenian Patriarchate of Jerusalem; the work of the Sisters of St. Margaret in Haiti; the Episcopal Diocese of Louisiana; Episcopal Relief and Development; House of the Redeemer; Georgia Camp and Conference Center at Honey Creek; Hope House for Young Mothers; St. Mary’s Home; Greenbrier Center for Children and Inner City Night Shelter
St. Paul’s Development Corporation
An organization founded by the leadership of the Parish in 1995 to develop low and moderate income housing for the Thomas Square Historic District. By building partnerships with city, state and private agencies we have converted an abandoned Hospital into Senior Housing and Store fronts for small businesses. We have also rebuilt a city block of housing which was in danger of being torn down. We have also encouraged and enabled similar groups in the area and have been instrumental in forming coalitions for neighborhood improvement.
The Ascension Lamb Dinner
An opportunity to celebrate the Pascal Season and the Ascension of our Lord while supporting the essential work of the Society of St. Margaret in Haiti. A lovely dinner which draws different layers of the Parish together.
Lunch on the Lawn
Started by members of the Parish to raise our visibility in the Thomas Square Neighborhood and to create and opportunity to get to know those who do not join us for Worship. It is now a ministry of the Men’s Club
The Gallery of Art and the Sacred at St. Paul’s
Established in thanksgiving for the extraordinary ministry of Louise H. Shipps, Artist, Iconographer and Witness. The Gallery features artists of all types who explore the intersection of Art and the Holy. (see the Gallery events calendar for the current show)