Upcoming Events



Please join our community for weekly Sunday worship
beginning at 9:30 a.m. in person or on Zoom

Fall 2022 Events

Saturday, October 1st – 5:00 p.m.
Taize Service at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, Mt. Joy.
Carpooling from St. Paul’s will be available.

What is Taize? Pronounced “tay-zay,” this form of contemporary liturgical song was first developed for use by the ecumenical Christian community at Taizé, France. It is worship filled with prayerful song, scripture and meditation. Taize is known for its simple yet rich and meditative character. Come join us!

Sunday, October 9th – 1:00 p.m.
Francis Fest – Blessing of the Animals

Second Annual Francis Fest - Blessing of the Animals

Let us give thanks for the love of our furry, feathered, and gilled friends!

Gathering on the church’s lawn.
Bring your pets to be blessed OR bring a photo.
(Cats, dogs, hamsters, fish, reptiles.)
All in-person pets must be leashed or in a carrier.

Donations will be collected for Pet Pantry of Lancaster County.
Dry or canned pet food, pet toys, cat litter, or gift cards.
For more information, call the church at 717-665-6584.

Saturday, October 15th – 5:00 p.m.
Healing Service

Worship will include prayers for healing and anointing with holy oil using Evening Prayer or Compline from the Prayer Book as well as other alternative services.

Saturday, October 29th – 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
First Responders Breakfast

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church Appreciation Breakfast for Manheim’s first responders & families.
First responders – For more information or to RSVP, contact the church at 717-665-6584.

Every Sunday in October and November…

Grocery Cart Filled with Food Donations
Keep Filling the Cart!

Keep Filling the Cart

One of our ongoing missions is to support the Manheim Central Food Pantry. Drop your non-perishable food donation into our grocery cart on Sunday and we will deliver it to the pantry. (Can’t make it on a Sunday? There’s a drop box at the entrance by our parking lot.) On the pantry’s special needs list for September/October: Cereal, crackers, toilet paper, canned soups, (especially tomato) boxed potatoes, canned spaghetti & meatballs, Spam, boxed rice (not bagged microwaveable), and paper towels.

Want to learn more? Volunteer? Check out the food pantry’s website HERE.
Together, we can fight food insecurity and hunger


Visit our Service Schedule page for information on weekly services.

Church Sign - Blessing of the Pets 2022
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Manheim, PA

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