Robert Burns

Burns Night

The Ozark Highlanders are once again hosting Burns Night to celebrate the life of Scottish poet Robert Burns on Saturday, January 21 in the Parish Hall. Doors open at 6 p.m. with a Happy Hour Program. Dinner begins at 6:45 p.m. Tickets are $30. To purchase tickets, contact Red Sisson at

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Spring Inquirers

Spring Inquirers Class

Sunday Mornings, Spring 2017 Semester Our Spring Inquirers Class begins January 8 and meets on Sundays at 10 a.m. in the South Parish Hall. Inquirers Class is a basic introduction to the Episcopal Church and St. Paul’s. It is also a way to prepare for Confirmation, Reception into the Episcopal Church, or Reaffirmation

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Enneagram 101

“Who am I and why do I do the things that I do?” The “Enneagram” is an incisive map of the human psyche rooted in early spiritual traditions that are integrated with the wisdom of modern psychology. The system teaches us about 9 personality styles that can lead us to

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Angel Tree Ministry

The Angel Tree offers you and your family an opportunity to share the love of Christ with someone less fortunate. In early December, a Christmas Tree appears in the Welcome Center decorated with tags that identify an individual and some of their needs.You are encouraged to take a tag, have

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Prayer Shawl Guild

This ministry focuses on making shawls for individuals who may need comfort during illness or grief, upon entering a nursing home, or going through one of life’s trials. As we knit or crochet beautiful shawls, we weave prayers of hope, peace and healing for those who will receive them. Knit,

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Media Ministry

St. Paul’s is a leader in the Episcopal church serving our members with our media ministry. We provide a window into our church activities for shut-ins and those who are geographically displaced. We stream all of our services and special events live, with hundreds of regular viewers around the country and

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