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 for A Series of 

Occasions to connect!

Grace and Peace to you all in this strange time of "sheltering at home," and being compelled for the sake of one another's health and well-being to avoid gathering for worship. We can make good use of this time by sanctifying it and offering it, and ourselves, souls and bodies, to God. Let's consider this time as a true Sabbath from our usual busy-ness a time to listen and look for God's Presence here. Our weekly series schedule is below and includes; Lectionary Bible Study (via Zoom), Gospel reflections and more. 
Taizé Gatherings
Are suspended. 
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An evening of prayer. 
Meditation and music.
 We are wheel chair accessible

 8:00 A.M.   The Holy Eucharist
                  Spoken Service Rite I
10:15 A.M.  Childcare to 11:45 A.M.
10:15 A.M.  Choir Practice
10:30 A.M.  Children's Chapel
10:30 A.M.  The Holy Eucharist
                  Serive W/Music Rite II
11:30 A.M.  Coffee and Fellowship
During the statewide Stay at Home Order, the Parish Office will be closed. We will still be checking email messages throughtout this time 

Weekly Bulletins
Lent 3, March 15, 2020

Lent 4, March 22, 2020

Lent 5, March 29, 2020


The Reverend

Barbara A. T. Wilson

The Children's Pray
Ground Is Always Open

Contact Information

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

Rev. Barbara A.T. Wilson, Rector

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

Parish Office Phone: (815) 756‐4888  



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900 Normal Road
DeKalb Illinois 60115

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for updates
on our Holy 
Week Services.
April 5 -   Palm Sunday, 10:30 AM
April 9 -   Maundy Thursday, 7PM 
April 10 - Stations of the Cross, 12PM
               Good Friday, 7 PM 
April 11 - Great Vigil of Easter, 7PM 
April 12 - Easter Sunday, 8:00/10:30 AM

Gospel Reflections

The Rev. Barbara A. T. Wilson (MonMar30)

St. Paul's Series of Occasions to Connect
The Reverend Barbara A. T. Wilson

Gospel Reflections The Revised Common Lectionary  (MonMar23)

Mindfulness Meditation In a time of sheltering at home (TueMar24)

Lectionary Bible Study 7 PM (Zoom Video or Audio) (WedMar25)


A Blessing of Hope Meditation (ThurMar26)


Healing the Blind Man  (FriMar27) Gospel Reflections  

A day of rest. Check in with each other. Go for a walk. (SatMar28) 


Bishop Jeff Lees Sermon  Fifth Sunday of Lent (SunMar29)

Gospel Reflections (Lent5 MonMar30) 

We ask that you take good care 
of yourselves and each other! 
No Worship Services until further notice.
In accordance with the suggestions and guidelines of the Episcopal Diocese of Chicago, and our Bishop, The Rt. Rev. Jeffrey D. Lee, we are suspending all in-person worship, meetings and events until further notice. Bishop Jeffery Lee's Letter
On Sunday's, I feel it is important to listen in to our Bishops, Presiding Bishop Michael Curry and our own Bishop Jeff Lee. For Sunday, March 29, 2020, Here is Bishop Lee's Sermon for the Fifth Sunday in Lent 

Yours in Christ, The Reverend Barbara A. T. Wilson, Rector

“As we learn how to adjust our lives given the reality of the coronavirus and the request to do our part to slow its spread by practicing physical distancing, I invite you to join me each week to take a moment to cultivate a ‘habit of grace.’ A new video meditation will be posted on Mondays through May.” — Presiding Bishop Michael Curry.
Bishop Lee preaches on John 11:1-45, which is 
the story of Jesus raising his friend Lazarus from the dead. 
Sunday, March 29, 2020. Find the reading online: The Lectionary Page

A Blessing of Hope Meditation The Rev. Barbara A. T. Wilson (ThuMar26)

Greetings, friends of St. Paul's Lobster Boil!  


Due to the covid-19 coronavirus pandemic, we are going to postpone this year's Lobster Boil, originally scheduled for May 16.  We will reschedule once the risk of spreading the virus is past, probably in late summer or fall.  Until then, stay safe and dream of delicious lobsters to come.


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Fellowship - Sharing in Your Community