Advent & Christmas Services

Thursday, December 20
The Longest Night
 A Service for Those Who Grieve During Holidays
6:00 PM

Sunday, December 23
Advent IV
Evangelical Lutheran Worship
9:00 AM
The Book of Common Prayer
10:45 AM

Advent Lessons and Carols
6:00 PM 

Monday, December 24 
Evangelical Lutheran Worship(With Children’s Sermon)
5:00 PM

Festal Prelude with Carols
10:30 PM
The Book of Common Prayer (Incense)
11:00 PM

Sunday, December 30  
Christmas I: Common Worship
Joining Together in Prayer
10:45 AM 

No matter where you are in your journey of faith, of doubt, of questioning, no matter your church or non-church background, know that you are welcome to experience the mercy, grace, and love of God at St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church! We believe that God’s Love is for all people. All means all. Jesus’s life was spent meeting people right where they are and inviting them into a conscious loving union with God. We aim to share this radical hospitality with all who gather and yearn for something more.


    • Worship services – Holy Communion at  9 a.m., using the ELW; at 10:45 using the BCP.  Nursery – Available during both Sunday morning services. Sunday school for adults, at 10 a.m. in the All-Saints’ Room. Children’s church at 10:45 a.m. in the children’s classroom. Lessons and projects that connect to the scripture readings appointed for the day. Coffee and fellowship – Following both morning worship services in the Parish Hall.


    • St. Patrick’s hosts a First Sunday Brunch every month.  Parishioners provide wonderful food and fellowship after the 10:45 service.


    • Men’s Steak Night is the third Monday of each month at 6 p.m. in the Parish Hall.  Bring a steak or whatever you prefer to put on the grill.


    • Women’s Night Out is the third Monday of each month at 6 p.m.at a local restaurant.


    • Food for a Thousand: St. Patrick’s Signature Ministry (to grow healthy food for local feeding ministries and families) is thriving!


  • Ongoing Outreach: St. Patrick’s continues to be heavily involved in Storm Relief efforts after both storms, spearheaded by Deacon Joy Davis. Many parishioners have joined in the clean-up efforts through their chainsaws, sweat, and generous donations. In addition the parish ongoing outreach includes personal hygiene items for GraceWay residents – a list for specific needs may be found in the Parish Hall; food staple items for Neighbors in Need; magazines for hospitals/nursing homes; travel-size toiletries for homeless shelters; and prescription eyeglasses for the Lions Club sight program.

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