St. Paul's Epsicopal Church | Maumee, OH

Annual Meeting

The 182nd Annual Meeting is Sunday, February 18, after the 10am service.  Everyone is encouraged to attend.  The agenda’s items are to elect four new vestry members, hear a report on the audit, and pass a budget for 2018.  A light brunch will be provided by the hospitality committee.

The candidates for vestry are nominated through process by vestry.  Nominations are also taken from the floor.

Childcare will be provided.



The Good Book

During Lent, St. Paul’s will participate in the “Good Book Club” and read through the gospel of Luke.  Materials are available that provide the daily readings as well as weekly home activities for all households.  Online resources such as podcasts on the theme will also be linked to the church’s newsletter and Facebook pages to further your study and devotion. 

Note:  The adult Sunday School class, Just ASK, will also be studying the gospel of Luke together using a video curriculum.  Get ready to join the club!



Racial Understanding

The next event of the Commission for Racial Understanding will be February 18, 4-6 PM, at All Saints’ Episcopal on Pinewood in Toledo.  Join us for a video interview with the filmmakers of “Lessons from Hayti” and engage in roundtable discussion on black entrepreneurship. 



Lenten Dinner Series

Please join us for the St. Paul's Lenten Dinner Series, which takes place on Wednesday evenings from 6-8pm between Ash Wednesday and Palm Sunday.

Our series kicks off on February 21st with Cantor Ivor Lichterman of Congregation B’nai Israel, who will offer songs and stories about his faith. Cantor Lichterman was born and raised in Cape Town, South Africa, and nurtured for the Cantorate by his father, the late Cantor Jakub Lichterman, the last Cantor of Warsaw, Poland’s only remaining pre-World War II Synagogue, the Nozyk Synagogue.



GF in God Movie Night

Girlfriends in God Movie Night
Monday, March 5
St. Paul's Guild Room


Based on a true story…


When a group of Burmese refugees join the congregation, the pastor of a failing Anglican church attempts to aid them by planting crops and enlisting the help of the community.






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