St. Paul’s Church & Religious Education Info/Closure due to Hurricane Ian

St. Paul’s will have 5:30PM Mass on Wednesday, September 28th, but Masses on Thursday and Friday, September 29th & 30th will be cancelled.  Mass intentions will be rescheduled next week.  Masses will resume on Saturday, October 1st at 8:00AM.

Religious Education classes for Wednesday, September 28th have been cancelled due to Hurricane Ian.

Stay safe with your families and blessings to you all!

St. Paul’s Dad’s Club Howl-In and 16th Annual St. Paul’s PTA Oyster Roast

Dad’s Club Howl-In – Saturday, October 22nd, 2022

 


 

St Paul’s PTA Oyster Roast – November 5th from 5-10PM

 

We need your help!  We are searching for fun experiences to include in the LIVE Auction to help raise money for St. Paul’s School.  Do you have a rental property and are available to donate a night/weekend/week to the Oyster Roast Auction?  Please contact spoysterroast@gmail.com for more information or scan the QR code.

 

 

GOOD NEWS FOR OUR PARISHIONERS WITH HEARING PROBLEMS

St. Paul’s is finally ready to roll out our Hearing Loop System.  As we have been learning, large rooms with many hard surfaces like our church are not hearing friendly.  Even with the best sound system, reverberation and ambient noise are a huge problem for those with hearing loss and hearing aids.  Hearing loop systems in churches literally brings the homily straight to the ear of the listener via their hearing aid, or through a neck loop and earpiece.

       A hearing loop (also known as an induction loop) is a wireless device technology that works with telecoil hearing aids and all cochlear implants to produce clear sound without feedback or background noise. Consisting of only three parts, hearing loops create a magnetic field that is picked up by any t-coil equipped hearing aid and converted to audible sound. (Those without t-coils can use compatible earpieces/neck loops).  Essentially, a hearing loop system helps the hearing aid do its job!

Hearing loops and/or neck loops are now available from the rectory office.  There is no initial cost, but please bring your credit or debit card as there will be a $200.00 fee if the device is either lost, damaged, or not returned.