St. Paul's Episcopal           All are welcome, no exceptions!

 

We are called to gather around the sacred story and table of Christ where all

are invited to be fed and everyone's story matters..


 
Join us June 23rd for the
Second Sunday of Pentecost
 Contemplative Service at 8:00 AM
Service with Music at 10:30 AM
Adult Formation at 9:00 AM
  
  
 The Rev. Barbara A.T. Wilson, Presiding
 
Pray Ground Open During Service
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SUNDAY SCHEDULE
 We are wheel chair accessible

 8:00 A.M.    The Holy Eucharist Service
                   Spoken Service Rite I
 9:00 A.M.    Adult Formation
 9:30 A.M.    Sunday School    
                   September-May
 9:15 A.M.    Childcare until 11:45 A.M.
10:30 A.M.   The Holy Eucharist Service
                   With Music Rite II
11:30 A.M.   Coffee and Fellowship

Contact Information


St. Paul's Episcopal Church 
900 Normal Road, DeKalb, Illinois 60115

Rev. Barbara A.T. Wilson, Rector

Rev. Barbara's email: revbarbara@stpaulsdekalb.org
Church Office Hours: Mon-Thurs 9 AM-2 PM

Parish Office Phone: (815) 756‐4888  

Website: http://www.stpaulsdekalb.org

Email: parishoffice@stpaulsdekalb.org


The Rev. Barbara A. T. Wilson


June 16, 2019

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900 Normal Road
DeKalb Illinois 60115
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SUMMER DISCUSSION SERIES
We'll talk about the Book of Revelation through a series of discussions and video presentations of the work of two prominent scholars: Elaine Pagels, author of Revelations: Visions, Prophecy, and Politics in the Book of Revelation, and the Rev. Michael Battle's, Heaven on Earth: God's Call to Community in the Book of Revelation. Beginning Sunday, June 16, from 9 AM to 10 AM, in the conference room through Sunday, August 4th.  

It would be helpful, though not required, if participants get a copy of Elaine Pagel's book to read along with discussion.
St. Paul's will Be a Host
for 4K Ride for Cancer Support

On Friday, June 21st, we will be welcoming 27 young adults riding on 4,000 mile ride from Baltimore, Maryland to San Francisco, California to help support the work of the Ulman Foundation which supports young adults affected by cancer.


St. Paul's will provide a potluck meal Friday night, sleeping accommodations, breakfast in the morning, and blessings on their way.

 

Here are Some Pictures of Our Services &

Fellowship - Sharing in Your Community