St. Paul’s Episcopal Announces New Developments

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From Rev. Mary Staley:

Three items we want to share.

First, the Bishop’s visit will take place Nov 9th (date changed from Nov 2nd) – please come and help celebrate the 150th anniversary of the founding of our congregation.

Second: We’ve been looking for two new volunteers to take on the bookkeeper and treasurer roles for several months. Not finding a volunteer bookkeeper, the vestry decided we will seek to hire a paid bookkeeper.

If you know of someone who might have the qualifications for this responsibility as bookkeeper, please ask them to contact the church office to get a copy of the full position description.

Position Open – Bookkeeper
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
4-6 hours/month
Salary based on ability
Contact St. Paul’s for detailed job posting
419-285-5981 stpaulspib “at” frontier.com
Application Deadline Nov 24th

The third item is; our office hours are changing.

New Office Hours At. St. Paul’s

St. Paul’s Office hours are changing for the winter beginning October 27th

Although the office may not be open, you may call for appointments to meet with Mother Mary, our part-time priest. Appointments available 9am to 7pm Tuesday through Saturday when office is not open. Walk-ins always welcome during office hours!

Mondays: Closed (Clergy Sabbath)
Tuesdays: 1:30 pm – 3:00pm
Bible Explorers (Church) Tuesdays 3:15pm – 4:15pm
Wednesday: 9:00am – 11:30pm
Thursdays: 9:00am – 11:30pm and 1:30pm – 4:00pm
Friday: Appointments only
Saturday: Appointments only

The Rev Mary L. Staley
St Paul’s Episcopal Church
PO Box 284 / 628 Catawba Ave
Put-in Bay, Ohio 43456
1-419-285-5981
Parish Office E-Mail: stpaulspib “at” frontier.com
Clergy E-Mail: clergy.stpaulspib “at” frontier.com
Web Site: http://stpaulpib.com
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American CrayonPut in BayThe American Crayon Company in Sandusky, Ohio, may house some ghosts, but Rev. Mary Staley and Gabe keep the colors bright during Saturday’s Halloween Festival.