We are pleased to announce Mrs. Erin McAdams as the new Organist/Choirmaster of St. Paul’s. Several weeks ago Erin was our guest organist, and has just completed her master’s degree in organ performance as a student of Robert (Bob) Brewer at UTSA. Erin received overwhelmingly positive feedback from our choir during her audition, and comes highly recommended by numerous local musicians. In addition to organ performance, she has a background…Keep Reading
Introducing Brian Fox, our Seminary Intern for this Academic Year doing his Anglican Year here with St. Paul’s.
Summer Choir Season has started! As our wonderful choral scholars take some time off we invite all in our church community to sing in the choir on Sunday mornings. You can come once, twice, or whenever the spirit moves you! Rehearsal is at 9:30am each Sunday in the church – a couple of leaders will be present to assist.
Junior Choristers performing alongside the Choir during last Sundays service.
February 22-24, 2018 114th Diocesan Council in San Marcos Diocesan Council 2018 will be hosted by St. Andrew’s, Seguin; St. Margaret’s, San Antonio; and Resurrection, Windcrest, and will be held at the Embassy Suites Hotel and Conference Center in San Marcos. The theme for 2018 is “The Word is very near to you” from Deuteronomy 30:14. For more information as each Council is planned, visit the official Council website at…Keep Reading
Beginning with Ash Wednesday Eucharists this week, St. Paul’s will be hosting Br. Joseph Wallace Williams for the first week of Lent. Br. Joseph comes to us from Holy Cross Monastery in New York to lead us through a series of teachings, reflections, and sermons on forgiveness and community. Aside from guest preaching, Br. Joseph will lead a Lenten Quiet Day on the Art of Forgiveness Saturday, February 17th, 9:00am…Keep Reading
We will be commemorating Candlemas on the Eve of The Presentation with a service of Holy Eucharist, Friday, February 2nd at 6:30pm including candle blessing. Candlemas commemorates the presentation of Jesus and the purification of Mary in the Jerusalem Temple forty days after Jesus’ birth, in accordance with the requirements of Jewish law (Lv 12:2-8). The feast is celebrated about forty days after Christmas. According to the account of Lk…Keep Reading