St. Paul’s Gallery

St. Paul’s Gallery is new and improved…..  The pictures are now posted as mini galleries by event.  To enlarge the pictures for better viewing,  click on the picture you wish to view and it will be enlarged.  To view all of the pictures in a gallery start by clicking the picture at the top left corner and then you can press the > to the right of the picture and view the complete slideshow for that event.  When finished with each gallery click on the x (small white x in top right corner on the black) and all of the galleries will show up again.  Enjoy!

Confirmation  –  May 1, 2022

Lent  2022


Renovated Pantry

Harvest Wine Dinner and Auction for 2021 is scheduled for October 16,2021 Get your tickets now!  Click here for details and to view the paintings being auctioned off:  Harvest Wine Dinner

These are pictures from our last Harvest Wine Dinner and Auction , October 19, 2019 – Wow!  What a great event!  Approximately 115 people enjoyed a delicious 5-course dinner prepared by Brandon Hufnagel, chef of  the Glen Rock Mill Inn.  Each course had a wine paired to enhance the flavor of the food.  There was a silent auction of donated items and a live auction to sell the paintings donated by Pastor Reep.  The evening started out in the Good Shepherd Gathering Area with Hors d’ oeuvres, viewing of the paintings in the Sanctuary, and then a tour of the Food Pantry, and ending up in the Fellowship Hall for Soup, Salad, Entree, Dessert, Silent Auction, and Live Auction.  The evening was a huge success.  Those who were there left the event knowing of St. Paul’s Food Pantry ministry, the congregation’s outreach to the community, and knowing they all helped to support the Food Pantry renovations.  Thank you to all that attended.  It is our hope that everyone enjoyed the evening! 

Acolyte Training September 18, 2021

The following pictures were taken at our last Acolyte training which prepares our young people for this important service.  As they each take part in the Sunday liturgy, please remember to thank them for serving God and the congregation.  Encouraging and supportive words go a long way in strengthening Christian faith.