Behind the Scenes
There are many opportunities to serve “behind the scenes” at St. Paul’s. 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.
Liturgy: Contact Mark Taylor if you’re interested in serving during the liturgy.
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 Nancy Boutwell if you’re interested in helping out during Community Hour.
Coffee Hour: If you’d like to host a coffee hour after the 11:15 mass, contact Lizann Jones.
Fatted Calf Café
In the early Church, the Eucharist was in the context of a shared meal, and what was left over was shared with those who could not be present. This formed the idea for sharing a festive meal with the greater community and the birth of the Fatted Calf Café at St. Paul’s. The Fatted Calf Café opens on the last Tuesday of every month. The meals are a function of the imagination, time, talent and treasure.
Our guests, anyone from the community who wishes to come, are treated to a sit-down dinner where we share quality food and conversation. Each meal also features home-baked bread, baked by St. Paul’s parishioners. For more information about Fatted Calf Café contact Audrey Riddle with questions.
Contact Adam Conley to help with prep, set-up, serving, clean-up or any of a number of areas for our monthly community meal).