Stations of the Cross 2021

Stations of the Cross with readings from members of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Mount Vernon, Washington and music from David Sloat, music director at St. Paul’s. The guide to the stations is here.

Our deepest thanks go to Cathey Frederick for putting this video together.

Holy Week Schedule

It's Holy Week!!!!

Sunday 3/28: Palm Sunday @ 9:30 (details posted 1 hour prior to worship)

Monday 3/29: “Seven Last Words” posted at 12:00 p.m. on Facebook and on the church website

Thursday 4/1: Maundy Thursday worship at 7:00 p.m. (details posted 1 hour prior to worship)

Friday 4/2: “Stations of the Cross” posted at noon on Facebook and the website; worship at 7:00 p.m. (details posted 1 hour prior to worship)

Saturday 4/3: Easter Vigil at 7:00 p.m. (details posted 1 hour prior to worship)

Sunday 4/4: Easter Sunday @ 9:30 a.m. (details posted 1 hour prior to worship)

Quick Links
If you missed Sunday’s worship service on Zoom and want to watch it, click here.

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If you want to read our 2021 Lenten devotional book, click here.

Anti-Racism Covenant

From Bishop Greg Rickel:

Dear People of the Diocese of Olympia and beyond,
At our most recent Diocesan Convention, you overwhelmingly passed a resolution supporting the Anti-Racism Covenant put forth initially by the Rt. Rev. Deon Johnson, Bishop of Missouri, and co-sponsored by many other bishops. My name has been on this covenant since just after its posting, however, I have now, on your behalf, added not just my name and office but the entire Diocese of Olympia. Read it and more importantly, read it regularly, use it as a rule of life right now, study it in your congregations, and hold it up as the ideal we are striving for. As I said at our convention, signing such documents, passing such resolutions, really is the easy part. The difficult part, the part that will change this Church, this country, this world, is our following it, acting on it, living into it. I offer it here as I vow to do just that personally.

You can read more about this Covenant, see the list of signers, and sign yourself here. A PDF is available here.

Christmas Eve at St. Paul’s

We will be having a bilingual Christmas Eve service with La Iglesia Episcopal de la Resurrección on Thursday, December 24, 2020 at 6:00 p.m. PST.

The worship details will magically appear here and on our Facebook page at 5:00 p.m., an hour before worship begins.

We aren’t doing our normal carol sing before church tonight, so here’s a playlist of all the Christmas hymns in The Hymnal 1982.