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Pet Blessing

Remembering the life of St. Francis, we'll gather with our friends from the Presbyterian Church of Morris Plains to celebrate all of God's good creation with a pet blessing on the lawn at St. Read more

Church School starts September 9th

Mark your calendars!!  Church school at St. Paul's will be starting again on Sunday, September 9th at 10 am.  We'll kick off the new academic year with a plenary session for all students.  All children and youth in grades Pre-K through grade 8 are encouraged to attend.  All are welcome!! Read more

Growing into Our Second Century

Growing into Our Second Century Read more

Somerset Patriots outing

Please join us for the annual St. Read more

SUMMER SCHEDULE

On June 16, St. Paul's will begin the Summer Schedule for worship!! Saturdays - worship on the lawn at 5:30 pm.  On the fourth Saturday of the month, we have a pot luck BBQ after worship!  Come as you are and bring something to share!! Sundays - one service only at 10 am. All are welcome!! Read more

2017 Stewardship Campaign Testimonial

John Squillace is a long time member of St. Paul's.  He has held many lay and leadership positions within St. Paul's  over the years.  In this brief video, John tells what Saint Paul's means to him.   Read more

Parish Hours

The Parish Office is open Wednesdays and Thursdays from 10:30 am - 3:30 pm. Volunteers often staff the office on Fridays.   If you need to reach someone when the office is closed, please leave a message, along with your question/concern and phone number, and someone will return your call as soon as possible. Read more

For Children and Youth

  St. Pauls Youth group welcomes all teens between 13 and 19 to join a fellowship of caring teens!  We participate in a mixture of activities, including group lunches, fun outings,  and community service.  Our goals center on building relationships with each other and helping those in need in our community. Read more
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A Letter from Our Bishiop

Regardless of how we voted on the recent Presidential election, we all were affected.  Here is an open letter from our Bishop with his thoughtsl www.dioceseofnewark.org/bishops-blog/transforming-aint-it-awful Read more

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