Little Free Pantry Stocking Sunday

Our Little Free Pantry has seen lots of action, turning over 3-6 times a day, depending on how often it gets stocked. We hope to thoroughly support this endeavor in response to food insecurity for our neighbors. On Sunday, March 26, St. Paul’s will host Little Free Pantry Stocking Sunday.

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Tippy McMichael Speaker Rev. Charles White

Our next Tippy McMichael speaker is the Rev. Charles Lee White, Jr., who will visit St. Paul’s on Saturday, April 1, for a reception at 6 p.m. and a talk at 7 p.m., and Sunday, April 2, for the 10 a.m. forum.  Known as a strategic thinker, a coalition builder,

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Canopy White Helmets

Canopy NWA Screening of White Helmets

On Thursday, March 16, an executive order takes effect, banning all refugees from traveling to the US for 120 days. This will devastate thousands of vulnerable people to whom Canopy and supporters have promised refuge. The refugees have no voice, so we must speak for them. Canopy NWA invites you

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Noye’s Fludde

On Sunday, April 2 at 5:30 p.m. in the Church, St. Paul’s choirs will present a production of Benjamin Britten’s Noye’s Fludde. Noye’s Fludde is the setting of a medieval Miracle Play about Noah’s Ark. Composed in 1957 by Benjamin Britten, this charming play is a funny and dramatic opera.

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Elevated Acolytes

Acolyte Workshop

St. Paul’s will host an Acolyte Workshop on Saturday, March 18 from 9 a.m.-12 p.m. The training session allows people to try serving as Acolytes without committing to it or serving for the first time on Sunday morning. Lunch will be provided. If you have questions, contact Jeremy Oxford at

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Ancient Roots

Ancient Roots, a service of chant, silence, and a sacred meal, takes place on Mondays in Lent at 6 p.m. in the Parish Hall. The Gregorian Schola of St. Joseph Catholic Church performs selections of traditional Gregorian chant. We also participate in simple chants from the Taize community in France.

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Sundays in Lent

Lenten Evensong, Teaching, and Soup Suppers

Hymns and chants in a choral setting of the Evening Office will take place on Sundays in Lent at 5:30 p.m., followed by Soup & Salad & Teaching in the Parish Hall. Bring salad or bread if you can. If you’d like to prepare soup as part of your Lenten

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Stations of the Cross & Friday Evensong

Stations of the Cross is a devotional practice recalling the final hours or Passion of Jesus. During Lent we display on the church walls a series of images or “stations” recalling events during the Passion. Participants walk from station to station with prayers and words of reflection. Walk with us

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Zabriskies in Zimbabwe

Drs. Aaron and Stacy Zabriskie will share stories of their work in a Zimbabwean mission hospital at the Adult Forum on Sunday, March 5 at 10 a.m. in the Parish Hall. Aaron and Stacy are a two-doctor couple who practice medical care at Karanda, a 150 bed hospital located 120 miles outside the

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Love Hunger

Emotional Eating Class

Finding it hard to control your eating the way you’d like? Come join in for 3, 6, or 9 weeks (your choice) as we explore together the forces that challenge our best intentions and what we can do to prevail. Learn how emotional and spiritual deprivations may contribute to overeating. 

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