28788 North Main Street
Daphne, Alabama  36526
officestpaulsdaphne@gmail.com
251.626.2421

Sundays
 
8:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist, Rite I
9:15 a.m. Christian Education 
10:30 a.m. Holy Eucharist, Rite 2

Wednesdays
 
7:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist, Rite I
10:30 a.m.Wednesday Morning Bible Study
12:00 p.m. Holy Eucharist, Rite 2, 
                  with Healing Service
6:00 p.m. Great Wednesday Supper and Study 

Tuesdays

7:00 a.m. 
Men's Bible Study 


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Welcome TO OUR WARM & LOVING cOMMUNITY  

 

St. Paul's Episcopal Church is a warm and loving community of approximately 800 baptized members. Located on the Eastern Shore of Mobile Bay, it is situated in one of the most scenic and fastest growing counties in Alabama. In this place we try to follow the teachings and examples of Jesus Christ, not so much by speculating "What would Jesus do?," but rather attempting to emulate what Jesus did do. This theology for ministry is captured in our Mission Statement: "We worship together as we seek God, serve God, and share God with love and acceptance for all." You are cordially invited to join us in worship. It is my prayer that you will find your time with us a blessing. 

God bless you, 

Thack Dyson, Rector

This Week at St. Paul’s
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Great Wednesday will meet on May 23rd.

To download the May 16, 2018 Tentmaker and June 2018 Server's Schedule please click on the links below.

 
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New Sunday School Class 
starting in late May for 5 sessions.
 
This DVD and discussion is based on a book by Philip Yancey entitled "Vanishing Grace.  What Happened to the Good News?"

Yancey takes a purposeful look at the way the gospel is being presented in churches today. He suggests that many churches in America have steered away from grace and veered toward a harsh and often judgmental presentation of the gospel. The major question developed is: Has the church, as a whole, whether purposefully or inadvertently, turned our pews into more of an arena of arrogance and condemnation rather than a place of acceptance and healing? Yancey explores the possibility that far too many churches are missing the one thing that matters most to effectively share the love of Christ. That "one thing" is simply the word- grace. 
(Adapted from a review by Karen Wiser)

The book is not necessary to participate in the Sunday school class.  After taking the class, you might find the book interesting as it goes into more depth than we can in our short sessions.

We will meet in Malone Hall May 27, June 3, 10, July 1 and 8 at 9:15 AM.  Coffee and donuts, of course; please bring and discuss your thoughts on this interesting contemporary issue.
 
Questions? Call or email Mark Costlow, Facilitator.  Mark61342@gmail.com;
251-391-1299


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Email Prayer Circle:  If you have a prayer request and would like it to be on the email prayer circle, please email Phyllis Bruce at pobruce46@gmail.com