Welcome to St. Paul's 

St. Paul's is a community of faith. We serve Jesus Christ through worship, prayer, study, and service in the tradition of the Episcopal Church in the Anglican Communion. We warmly welcome all persons to join with us in Christian worship and fellowship. For information on becoming a member, please click here.

Grocery Gift Card Fundraiser 

Grocery Card Fundraiser resumes in September.

We have a great ongoing fundraising opportunity with ShopRite, Stop&Shop, and Kings. If you buy a giftcard for those locations through St. Paul's, the church gets a 5% donation from these stores. So please consider this for your food shopping! Download the form and bring to Church. Thank you and happy shopping!

Click to download St. Paul's Grocery Card Order Form (pdf)

 Upcoming Events 

Sunday School Begins Sunday, September 14th

Our Sunday School will kick off under the director of our new leader, Erica Webber.  Looking forward to seeing everyone at our first day of Sunday School!  We will meet in the Parish Hall at 9:45am to kick off our Sunday School program!  An email has been sent with registration forms for our Sunday School and Youth Programs. Please be sure to register your children so that you are included in future emails. If you did not receive a registration form, please contact Erica Webber. 

Confirmation Classes Begin This Sunday, September 7th

Classes will be held: 9/7/14, 9/21/14, 9/28/14, 10/5/14, and 10/19/14 at 9am and 5pm each Sunday.  Confirmation is October 26th with a mandatory rehearsal on the 25th at 10am. Any questions, please contact Lora at 908-232-8506, x10.

Acolyte Signup

If you are interested in acolyting, please sign up at the bulletin board outside Fr. Andrew’s office.

Parish Picnic: “Welcome Back Sunday!” – September 14th

Please join us on September 14th right after the 10am service for our annual Welcome Home Picnic.  Gourmet food, good company, and activities for children are planned.  As always, we ask for your help in supporting the picnic either through a donation or by preparing a salad or dessert.  Family names beginning with A-M are asked to please bring dessert, family names from N-Z are asked to please bring a salad.   Please sign up to help Setup (10:00am) or Clean Up (1:00pm) on the bulletin board outside Fr. Andrew’s office.  Please contact Anne Wargo at annewargo@ymail.com or 908-803-4466 if you have any questions.

Beginning with the Bible - Thursday, September 18th at 10:30am in the Lounge. 

Have you ever wanted to read the Old Testament but never got to it?  Want to know more about the book of Genesis?  How do we today, as Christians read the Old Testament? Beginning this September 18th at 10:30am and for the next six weeks we will meet in the lounge and read parts of Genesis, followed by discussion led by Fr. Nathan.

Parish Hall

The renovation of the Parish Hall is just about complete and the space looks great! Back to school night is Wednesday, September 3rd and all will be impressed!  Many thanks to Alex Antonelli, John Rivell, Carlos Guzman, the Renovation Committee of the Day School Board and vestry, and all others who worked to make this project a success!

Youth Group In Transition

Over the summer, we heard from Wes Clarkson that he had a good chance to return to Charlottesville.  While he regretted to leave his work here with us, he could not turn down this opportunity.  Obviously, this leaves us with Youth Group in transition.  As the staff reconvenes, we will endeavor to find just the right combination of leaders to resume the program.

St Paul's Book Group – September 24th and 28th

St Paul's book group had a lively discussion in July, attended by 10 book lovers.  The book group offers two meeting times in September: Wednesday, Sept. 24th at 7:30pm and Sunday, Sept. 28th after the 10am service. Everyone is welcome and invited.  All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr is a novel set in Europe in World War II, which can appeal to men and women readers.  It's a long book, but reads quickly and you won't want it to end.

September Outreach Donations

This month our donations will be given to St. Albans Episcopal Church in New Brunswick. It is a mission church and was also the discernment parish of our own parishioner and postulant, Casey Woodruff. St. Albans operates a thrift shop and is in need of electronics and small kitchen appliances. The shop provides much-needed items to the community at a low cost and its income is also used to help St. Albans continue its other mission work.  This is a great opportunity to recycle those unused electronics and small appliances. Questions or transporting needed to St. Paul's, please contact Casey 908-868-4915 or cwoodruff@gts.edu.  As always, thank you for your generosity as we help our neighbors!

We are now on Facebook

Come visit us: www.facebook.com/stpaulswestfield
(If you can’t connect, press Ctrl + Click on above link).

Bread Delivery

We have 2 openings on the bread team to pick up on Sunday mornings at Stop & Shop and deliver to another location in Westfield.  Interested?  Please contact Sara Clarkson stroson@aol.com or 908-612-3962.  Great service project for our teens (w/ some help from their parents)

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St. Paul's Westfield
414 East Broad Street
Westfield, NJ 07090
PH: (908) 232-8506
Please feel free to contact us if your have any questions or needs.
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We hold Sunday services
at 7:45 AM and 10:00 AM. 


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