Welcome to St. Paul’s Episcopal Church Exton, a community of faith that has served God’s mission in Jesus Christ for over 185 years. We are a worshiping family with open doors and open arms. Through worship, prayer, giving and forgiving, learning, sharing and serving, we proclaim by word and example the Good News of God in Christ.
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2019 CHRISTMAS PAGEANT
It is officially Pageant time! The pageant is going to be bigger and better than ever this year! Ms Rege McAden will be our director this year and she has some wonderful ideas. Please let me know if your child wants to participate, registration is now open. It is very important to make sure that we have enough costumes in each category-angel, shepherd, and manger animal. In addition to this the children will be singing more this year, if there are older children who would like to be senior-angels, shepherds, and manger animals they are most welcome. This will help us with singing parts and also for our youngest to have a little extra guidance during the pageant. Also because there have been some changes to the pageant it is especially important that your child attends at least one rehearsal and the full run through dress rehearsal. The schedule for rehearsals: December 8th and December 15th both immediately after church. These rehearsals will include costume fittings the costumes are first come first serve. The full run through will December 22nd also immediately after church. We will have refreshments after each rehearsal. For more information contact Liz Longua – email@example.com
NATIONAL WREATHS ACROSS AMERICA
Saturday, December 14th Wreaths Across America is an organization that provides wreaths to place at veterans’ graves. The wreaths are a symbol of honor, respect and victory for those who served their country. St. Paul’s has approximately 50 graves of veterans laid to rest in our cemetery. At 10am on Saturday, December 14th, the Brandywine Squadron, Delaware Wing of the Civil Air Patrol will once again conduct a short ceremony and place a wreath on each one of the graves here. We are taking donations to cover the cost of the 50 wreaths, which are $15 each, and handmade of balsam fir with a red bow. If you’d like to donate or sponsor a wreath for one of the veteran’s graves in our cemetery, please clearly mark your gift and place it in the alms basins or send it to the Church Office. Donations must be received at the church by December 1st.
8:00 am Rite I, a “said” service
9:00 am Breakfast in Getman Hall
9:45 am Sunday School & Adult Forum
10:30 am Rite II, Music & Choir
10:40 am Children’s Chapel
ALL ARE WELCOME