And the crowds asked him, “What then shall we do?” And he answered them, “Whoever has two tunics is to share with the one who has none,"
St. Paul's takes this commandment seriously and is happy to share our blessings of buildings and grounds. The church parking lot has room for 30 vehicles with additional street side parking as well as additional parking at the Visitor Center across the street. The church and fellowship hall are completely accessible. No smoking is allowed in any of the buildings. If you are interested in using our space, send your inquiry to the church secretary at email@example.com. Please make sure to include the name of your organization, your contact information, the space you are desiring, the purpose of use and the date and time of activity.
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Fellowship Hall & Kitchen
The hall measures approximately 24' x 53' and can seat up to 104 people. Hard wood floors make for easy navigation. There is an upright piano, 11 long tables, 12 commercial card tables, 80 metal folding chairs. The 13' x 20' commercial kitchen has two sinks, dish washer and a six burner gas range. A cloak room and restroom is available. Use of the dishes and silverware are available.
Seating is approximately 100 in pews with an additional 20 with folding chairs. In case of an overflow, services/functions can be viewed on the big screen television in the adjoining fellowship hall via telecommunication. There is an organ, grand piano and sound system. The front entrance has 6 steps as well as an accessible ramp via fellowship hall. There is a children's area with bean bag chairs, child's rocking chair, books and toys.
St Tim's Chapel
Seats approximately 90 in pews. This century old chapel was built by the families of "Lost Nation", five miles from town. It has no modern conveniences and offers the unique experience of stepping back in time. Oil lamps provide light and a wood stove spreads warmth in winter months. The setting is ideal for weddings.
The spacious lawns are often used for yard sales, out-of-door services as well as events such as Earth Day celebrations, and the like. There are four picnic tables which are readily used during the summer and fall months.
A quiet haven and a place to sit and meditate. This garden was designed by Dr. Robert Christie and was consecrated in 1988. Week's Medical Center uses this garden for their hospice remembrance service. This is an ideal location for prayer vigils or out-of-door worship services.
Once used to house the rector, this building is now used for office and meeting spaces. The library, with its long table and wooden straight back chairs, is ideal for the more formal meeting.
The community room offers a more intimate feeling for the smaller and more personal gatherings such as the Grief Support Group. This room has three love seats and four wing-back chairs. More seating is available.
Please note that there is no accessible ramp to this building.