October 2020  
This Week's Events


4:00 PM


AA Garbage Dump Group
10:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Meets in the Parish Hall
Bible Search
Jeffersonville, Indiana


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  • The Jeff High Jazz Band presented a concert on May 9nd to benefit the Student Food Pantry at Jeffersonville High School.
  • At St Paul's we use Discovery Days conversations in making important decisions as a congregation.
  • We contribute food monthly for the CLM Food Pantry. And we have monthly St Paul's OUTSIDE the Walls projects to meet other needs in the community.
  • Nan Chappell ang Kim Kearschner were confimed at the Bishop's visitation. They were presemted to Bishop Jennifer by Pastor Nancy
  • Built in 1893 by workmen from the Howard Steamboat works St Paul's is a lovely victorian style structure.
  • Pastor Nancy has a conversation with two of our young people during the Children's Chat
  • Bishop Jennifer made her first official visitation at St Paul's spending time to know us and this community.
  • St Paul's is a diverse group of people who are willing to do the hard work of being an inviting, caring Christian community.
  • We encourage people to participate in many ways in our worship.
  • Our children are full and honored members of the congregation, as are our elders and all those in between.
  • Our red doors open to welcome and provide worship that speaks to the heart and head.


Thank you for visiting St Paul's website!

St Paul's Episcopal Church,in downtown Jeffersonville Indiana (across the Ohio River from Louisville KY) is a community of welcome, hospitality and acceptance.  The people of St Paul’s Church, invite you to come gather with us, to rest in the Lord, to be sheltered under the inclusive branches of God’s love, and to live out the radical openness of God.  We gather on Sunday morning at 10:15 AM for worship.

St. Paul’s, located at the corner of Walnut and East Market Streets in Jeffersonville IN, is an intergenerational congregation which values participation in worship. A coffee hour follows our service. We periodically have educational opportunities including book studies, examination of issues and topics relating our faith to our lives. 


We extend God’s invitation to ALL-

Gay, lesbian, transgendered, bisexual, straight, male, female, senior, youth, liberal, conservative, married, single, partnered, bi/multi-racial, searching, in recovery, healing -

to more fully become the people God created and calls us to be. We prepare a place for everyone around God’s table, believing that in St. Paul’s faith community all are valued and included in God’s kingdom.

We see our purpose is to share God’s radical openness with others. We range in age from young children to 90+. Some of us were born into the Episcopal Church. Most among us have come to this faith community more recently.  Feel free to browse through the various areas of our website and learn about our fellowship.

No matter where you are in your spiritual journey, or the questions you may have, St Paul’s invites you and offers you welcome. If you are looking for a worshipping community, or are relocating to our area, we would love to have you get to know us and to consider joining with us as compnaions on life's journey.

But don't just take our word for it...


When you visit our church, you will find:

  • A community of wholeness, healing and hope
  • A variety of people who gladly welcome you as a guest or as a member
  • Preaching/teaching that is centered on scripture and applies it to life today
  • Music and liturgy that reaches the heart as well as the head
  • Companionship for you on your spiritual journey
  • Ministries to provide nurture for the spirit and tangible assistance to people in the community.
  • Our "red doors of welcome and sanctuary" are open to you

Ours is an open door to ALL -

 especially for those who seek God

or a friendship with Jesus.



Contact Us  
St. Pauls Episcopal Chuirch
321 E. Market St.
Jeffersonville, Indiana 47130
Phone 812-282-1108

Celtic Service

St. Paul will hold their monthly Celtic Service this Sunday, October 11 online at 7pm. This service is a contemplative service that invites you into candlelight, scripture, prayer, poetry, music, and short periods of silence. All are welcome. You are invited to bring a candle to light if you wish.


There are two ways for you to attend:

1 – Join by computer by clicking on this link a few minutes prior to the service. If you join by computer, you will see a “waiting room.” Pamela will let you in when she sees that you are waiting. You will be given an option to allow your video to show your face; this allows more of a connection, and it is optional. You will need to download Zoom (free) first, so please allow for this. Instructions walk you through this process, and Pamela will also be available by email at that time: pamela@mindfulresilience.com. Also note that Zoom seems to have added another step to joining – logging into your Zoom account. Here is the link for connecting by computer:



2 – Join by phone (either number), and punch in the meeting id and password when you are prompted to do so.

Dial in using either of these numbers

+1 312 626 6799 US

+1 646 558 8656 US

Meeting ID: 830 8129 7324 (you will be asked for this)

Passcode: 240483 (you will be asked for this)

This is not as complicated as it looks. We hope you can join us.

Pamela Cotton


Effective March 13, 2020

Due to to the public health concerns with the COVID-19 virus, a decision has been made by Bishop Jennifer and our Senior Warden to suspend all worship and meetings throughout the month of March. If you would like to read the notice from bishop Jennifer, you can  follow the link below:


Regular Schedule  

Office Hours

  • There are no posted office hours as we do not have office staff. For questions or pastoral care you may call (812) 282-1108 contact the parish by email atStPaulsjeff@gmail.com) 


  • Holy Eucharist with hymns and homily; followed by coffee hour
    – 10:15 AM
  • Celtic Prayer - SECOND SUNDAY of the month at 7 & the following Wednesday at 6.
    – 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM


  • Addiction Family Suoort Group - (meets in the basemtn meeting space. (Enter at the bottom of the ramp from the parking area to the basement.)
    – 6:30 AM to 7:30 AM
  • Primary Purpose Narcotics Anonymous Group
    – 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM


  • Spiritual Companionship Group - second and fourth Tuesdays of the month
    – 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
  • HOLY YOGA Group (Chair & Floor) includes quiet time and meditation on scripture.
    – 4:00 PM


  • Monthly Communion at Westminster Village - FIRST WEDNESDAY of Month
    – 12:30 AM


  • Clark County CARES (4th Thursday of the month)
    – 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM
  • Pitch-in dinner & Bible Study (first and third Thursdays of the mont)
    – 6:00 PM to 8:00 AM


  • A A Garbage Dump Group
    – 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM
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