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.
Monday-Friday 9AM - 3:30PM
Sunday 10AM - 11AM
Alcoholics Anonymous: Thursday 7PM
A.A. Hotline: (845-534-8525)
St Paul's is celebrating our 150th Anniversary in 2015! Click here for upcoming news and events!
Any sign makers, banner makers out there?
We certainly could use some beautiful banners for the church to welcome Cardinal Dolan and to keep us all aware of our anniversary! We have a simple but beautiful anniversary LOGO and this could be used to make some eye catching signs for our church and hall. Interested in creating and helping? Call the office at 361-3107
Pack a brown bag lunch and join us on Saturday, February 14th here at St Paul's from 9:00-2:30pm for a parish retreat. Prepare for the Lenten Season by spending a day in prayer and reflection.
Bishop Dominick Lagonegro will be here to celebrate Mass with us and Fr. Raymond Maher, O.Carm. will be out presenter. Coffee, tea and liht breakfast snacks will be provided for our morning break along with beverages at lunch time.
Please sign up at the doors of the church, starting next weekend, Jan. 31st and Feb. 1st if you plan to attend. A good will offering the day of the retreat would be greatly appreciated.
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.