Saturday, May 4, 2013
On Saturday and Sunday, May 4th -5th there will be a number of food vendors, games, music and more at 9th annual festival.
Forget about Cinco de Mayo. This May 4th and May 5th weekend, the best place to be is at St. Paul's 9th Annual Caribbean and West Indian Heritage Weekend. There will be 2 days filled with fun, food, games, learning activities, and more. This is a family-friendly event that will take place outdoors at 306 Peyton Road SW. For more information call St. Paul's Episcopal Church at 404-696-3620.
Thursday, September 27, 2012
St. Bartholomew's & St. Paul's of Atlanta cordially invites you to An Evening for Haiti - Benefiting the Children of Bois Blanc.
St. Bartholomew's & St. Paul's of Atlanta cordially invites you to An Evening for Haiti - Benefiting the Children of Bois Blanc on September 28 at the Marriott Courtyard in Decatur. The school Bois Blanc, located in Haiti, is a small school that is supported by these 2 local churches. With their help they are able to help children learn to read, write, and become valuable students. Cascade Patch was able to sit down with one of the Atlanta members of the organization, Carol Lyle, for 2 brief questions: Why is it so important to continue to help Haiti? Despite the flood of attention and promises of aide to Haiti since the earthquake in 2010, very little progress has been made. The people of the rural area of Bois Blanc, though not …
Monday, June 4, 2012
Photos from Rev. Wright's first sermon since being elected as the next Episcopal Bishop of Atlanta.
Sunday, June 3rd 2012 turned out to be a momentous day for the leader of St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Southwest Atlanta. This was not to be his last sermon to his growing congregation, but it was the first sermon since he was announced as the next Episcopal Church Bishop of Atlanta. The Very Reverend Robert Wright will be the Episcopal church's 10th bishop and the first ever African-American. The St. Paul's congregation stood up and gave him a round of applause to both congratulate him and thank him for the 10 years of service that he gave to their church. Rev. Wright said, "only God, could have made this happen." He told his congregation that the work of St. Paul's "must carry on. Leaders come and go, you must turn the page and …
Monday, December 12, 2011
The 8th annual Christmas at St. Paul's Episcopal Church concerts Sunday—recorded for a later broadcast on National Public Radio—brought fans of all types of composed music to their feet.
For the legions of musicians, artists and choir music experts who packed the pews Sunday for the 8th Annual Christmas at St. Paul's concerts, the two standing-room-only free music offerings were old hat. But newcomers to the festive experience at the landmark Cascade Height's/Peyton Forest area Episcopal church—now recognized as the nation's largest African-American and Caribbean-American Anglican church—found themselves on the edge of the seats—and, at times, out of them. The concert, led by personable St. Paul's music director Trey Clegg, included outstanding delivery of every genre imaginable: traditional English and French carols, Negro spirituals, handbell tunes, men's carols, women's carols, brass and drum solos, chamber music and …
Thursday, September 15, 2011
The weekend of events includes the popular "Jazz Under The Stars" outdoor concert Saturday at 6 p.m. and the 10 a.m. homecoming featuring acclaimed Pastor Joe Roberts of Ebenezer Baptist Church.
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Thursday, September 15, 2011
St. Paul's Episcopal Church, the Atlanta Diocese's fastest growing parish and the second largest predominantly African-American and Caribbean-American Episcopal Church in the U.S., is celebrating 131 years as a church this weekend. Events and services include a "Jazz Under the Stars" outdoor concert on Saturday evening (see attached flier or call the church for details at 404-696-3620) and a 10 a.m. Sunday homecoming celebration with acclaimed Pastor Joe Roberts of Ebenezer Baptist Church offering the homily. Parishioners and guests are asked to arrive early at the church, 306 Peyton Rd. across from Peyton Forest Elementary for this festive celebration.