Visitors are always welcome.
Tuesday 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Thursday 10:00am – 8:00pm
Friday 10:00 – 3:15pm
with Divine Mercy Chaplet
Who is Luigi??? What is St. Paul’s world-famous Italian Night?? Check out the Knights of Columbus link under Ministries in the above tool bar. You won’t be sorry!
The Women of Saint Paul are having a bake sale Labor Day weekend. We will be selling the baked goodies after every mass. We need baked goods and volunteers to work after every mass. Thank you! For information, contact Terry Scalera at: firstname.lastname@example.org or 706 969 2295
The date for our fundraising festival is October 3, 2015! For all information and details pertaining to our festival, please check out the Office Info link above. Thanks and see you there!
We will be in the school ahead of time on class days and nights to help you. Please don’t forget your check or cash for tuition. Children are $35 each for registered parishioners, and if receiving a sacrament in the spring, there is a $20 charge for extra materials used in class for the sacrament. More details can be found on the Religious Ed link above or in the bulletin.
All teens who have achieved Confirmation are invited, along with their families, for an informational meeting and COOKOUT on Sunday, September 13 from 6:00 to 7:30 pm on the parish grounds. We’ll be forming a new youth group JUST FOR YOU, and you will have an important role to play in bringing ideas for fun, fellowship, and interactive discussions on lively faith topics.
Coordinator: Gordon Brown at 706-969-8753
We will have our Ministry Fair after all Masses on Saturday September 12th and Sunday September 13th in The Parish Hall. The Knights will be having their delicious hot breakfast on September 13, so stop by and also visit members of each ministry for our parish. You may be interested in helping out now, or in the future. Getting involved in our parish is the best way to grow a healthy parish! Take a look at our Ministries link above, click on the down arrow, and see what we have going on.
When I decide to work towards a tithe, should I be calculating it based on my gross or net income?
When striving to give a full tithe, you should calculate the amount you give back to God based on your gross income. The reason for this is that stewardship calls us to give back to God first, before we take care of any of our own wants, needs or obligations – including our obligation to our government. After all, God should come before Uncle Sam, shouldn’t He? By placing God first – above all other financial obligations – we show how much we love and trust Him. Some people may never be able to reach a full tithe. Others reach that goal and keep giving, knowing that in reality it all belongs to God.
“Honor the Lord with your wealth, with first fruits of all your produce; then will your barns be filled with grain, with new wine your vats will overflow.” – Proverbs 3:9-10