Monday-Friday 9AM - 3:30PM
Sunday 10AM - 11AM
Alcoholics Anonymous: Thursday 7PM
A.A. Hotline: (845-534-8525)
Click the link below to go to the Parish Council page and view the current minutes.
April Parish Council Minutes
We continually strive to keep our records and envelope system up-to-date, but we do need your help in order to achieve this.
Please remember to notify the Church Office at 361-3107 if you have an address or phone number change, or if you are moving out of the parish.If you have added any new family members, or if children have gone on to register independently please let us know. Thank you.
PLEASE do not park outside of the designated and striped parking slots, especially in the front of the church. Fire lanes must remain clear. Do not put your safety or the safety of your fellow parishioners in jeopardy by parking outside of the lines.
Fundraising Committee SUnday May 24th 10:00AM
Mark your calendar for our Old-Fashioned Parish Picnic on Sunday, June 7th. There will be plenty of food, Games and fun for everyone, families, singles, and seniors! Let’s get together as a community and celebrate at our 150th anniversary event!! Sign up this weekend after all the Masses.
SESQUICENTENIAL TEE SHIRTS, POLO SHIRTS AND LANYARDS
The much anticipated and long awaited St. Paul’s Sesquicentennial Tee Shirts have arrived! The shirts are high quality, in adult and youth sizes, and the price is just $10 for any size. These beauties are for sale after all the Masses in Deacon John Hall. Polo shirts will also be available for $25.00 soon! Be the first on your block to be “sportin” this fashion of the year! Beautiful commemorative lanyards are on sale now for
Art Auction Tickets
St Paul's is having an Art Auction put on by Marlin Arts. Tickets are on sale in the hall!
Come join us and have fun, ther will be something for everyone!
As part of the Archdiocesan "Making All things New" process, St. Paul's is pledged to cooperate with the following parishes as 'Cluster 73': St. Joseph's (Wurtsboro), Infant Saviour (Pine Bush), Our Lady of the Assumption (Bloomingburg), St. Joseph's (Middletown), and Our Lady of Mount Carmel (Middletown). For the latest information about our Cluster and about the individual parishes, please go to our Cluster Website at:
St. Paul's strives to be a community of Christians, in the Roman Catholic tradition, responding to the call of Jesus under the guidance of the Holy Spirit, providing mutual assistance in Christian life, witness, service and worship and promoting the Reign of God as proclaimed in the Scriptures:
Father Sean Harlow, Order of Carmelites.
Please Click on the link below to read a very important letter from Fr Sean regaurding our building feasability study.
Adult Religious Education
Book Club Tuesday May 19th 10:00AM and 7:00PM
Scripture Study Wednesday May 20h 10:00AM