St. Paul's Episcopal Church


      Palm Sunday, 3/25/18                    10:45 am

      Maundy Thursday, 3/29/18             7:30 pm

        see additional info below

      Good Friday, 3/30/18                     7:30 pm

      NO SATURDAY SERVICE at St. Paul's

      Easter Vigil to be held at our

      sister church, St John's in Athol 

      Saturday, 3/31/18                         7:30 pm

      Easter Sunday, 4/1/18                   10:45 am

        see additional info below

Easter Sunday,  following the 10:45 A.M. service

On Easter Sunday, on April 1, 2018, we will gather to celebrate the Resurrection of our Lord.  Right after the service, anyone who would enjoy sharing a festive Easter meal and some wonderful family fellowship is welcome to attend our Easter Feast. It will be a potluck; with ham and lamb provided.  Dishes such as salads, casseroles, vegetables, and desserts are all welcome.  Snacks, appetizers, beverages, rolls or butter are great choices for the non-cooks in the congregation.  Anyone bringing a dish for the feast should bring it to the fellowship hall before the service starts, as kitchen space is limited.   We will also have family videos for the kids to enjoy, and some Easter arts and crafts.

We will need to have an idea of how many will attend, so leave your R.S.V.P. with the church secretary at
978-632-0925 and tell us what you will bring and how many will come. Family, friends and neighbors are welcome, too.

We’ll make sure the coffee and tea will be on, the tables will be ready, the hall will be cheerfully decorated, and the conversation will be great!

St. Paul's will be hosting a pot luck supper on March 29, 2018, Maundy Thursday at 6:00 PM.

In addition to dinner, participants will be seated at one long table replicating The Last Supper and there will be brief monologues from the "Apostle's". A sign-up sheet for various items will be in the narthex  of the Church. This is a very important feast day in Christianity. This is the night Christ gave us the Eucharist, and, through His example of washing His disciples feet, taught us to serve one another. Please join us for a meaningful and fun gathering before attending the 7:30 service in the Church.