28788 North Main Street
Daphne, Alabama  36526

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

Community Praise and Worship Service          
with the Holy Eucharist
5:00 p.m. in the Life Center.

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


7:00 a.m. 
Men's Bible Study 

Church Office Hours:                                 Monday-Thursday 8:00-4:30 p.m.                   Friday 8:00 -11:30 a.m.

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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

A message from Thack

In an effort to keep our community informed about the coronavirus, I have attached an informational video. Please review it to help you better understand the nature of this virus and the best ways to ward it off. Please heed the doctor's warning about the importance of "self-quarantine" toward the end of the video. Thank you.

This Week at St. Paul’s

Message from Thack

By the time you read this you will have heard from Bishop Russell that he's canceling Sunday and weekly worship services throughout the Diocese until Easter Sunday, April 12. He also suspended the weekday activities at the parish including the Great Wednesday program until after April 12. He is allowing recovery programs like AA and ALANON to continue to meet during this moratorium period.

What does this mean for us at St. Paul's? It means there will be no live Sunday and Wednesday services. However, we are going to live stream the services every Sunday morning at 8:00 and 10:30. I will celebrate the Eucharist like always with Rite One at 8:00 and Rite Two at 10:30. We will read our assigned lessons from the lectionary, I will preach a sermon, and then have communion like we always do. The difference being you will be at home and I'll be at the church. We are also going to put a copy of Sunday's bulletin, bulletin insert and a consecrated communion wafer in baggies to be picked up at the church office on Thursdays and Fridays for you to use when we gather for virtual worship on Sundays.  While we cannot commune together in person on Sunday, we can at least commune together remotely so that you will be a part of our worship.

Confirmation classes and EfM will be offered at the usual days and times via Zoom Video Conferencing. I will send the students the link and instructions on how to login by close of business this Thursday. Naturally, Sunday school will be interrupted until after April 12 but we will finish the current series in both the Adult classes.

We will keep regular office hours during this moratorium. I will still visit hospitals and parishioners and to attend to everyones' pastoral needs. I will also meet with parishioners at the office if it is absolutely necessary to do so. However, my advice is to wait until after the moratorium to meet if at all possible. We should all do our best to limit activities away from home at this critical time as much as possible. 

I ask for your patience as we navigate through this crisis. Please know I don't like our "new normal" and look forward to worshiping together again on Easter Sunday! Be well.

Peace, Thack

Please note that we can no longer distribute the bulletins and communion wafers.  We are sending in an eblast the bulletins to you  to bring out at home for the Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, Stations of the Cross and both Easter morning services.
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