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There are many opportunities to serve St. Paul’s, depending on your interests and skill set. See the list of areas for volunteering below and their respective contacts.

Office Volunteers: Contact Parish Administrator Emily Tweedie to find out more about opportunities to volunteer in the church office.

Centennial Garden: Contact Prue Kluckhohn if you’re interested in helping to maintain our labyrinth garden area.

Sacristans: The role of the sacristan is to perform the unseen tasks that make the liturgical celebration a joyful prayer of thanksgiving and praise in the care of the vestments and the vessels used in the Eucharist. Contact  Prue Kluckhohn if you’re interested in serving as a sacristan.

Bread Baking: Contact Carol Wiesenbach if you’re interested in providing bread for Eucharist.

Acolytes: Contact  Mark Taylor if you’re interested in serving during the liturgy.

Lectors: Contact Howard Henry if you’re interested in reading at any of our morning liturgies.

Flower Arranging: Contact Prue Kluckhohn if you’re interested in joining this team of parishioners. Click here if you wish make a donation and submit a request to dedicate the flowers at a specific service.

Greeting: Contact Lizann Jones if you’re interested in being a friendly and helpful face at the 9am or 11:15am services.

Community Hour: Between the 9am and 11:15am masses St. Paul’s hosts a Community Hour in the Parish Hall, an opportunity for parishioners from both services to gather and connect. Contact Emily Tweedie if you’re interested in helping out during this time.

Coffee Hour: If you’d like to host a coffee hour after the 11:15 mass, contact Lizann Jones.

Chalice Prayer Team: Chalice is a group of parishioners and clergy praying for whatever is in the hearts and minds of the people of St. Paul’s. Members generally find the practice to be a fulfilling part of their own spiritual growth, and a simple yet profound way to support the parish. For additional information contact Laura Schafer.

Choir: Contact St. Paul’s organist/choirmaster Gary James if you are interested in singing in any of the adult singing groups. Click here to learn more about our different choirs.

Godly Play: We are always on the look out for parishioners who have a passion for working with children. Contact Father Rob to learn more about the ways in which you can volunteer.