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March 6th – Ash Wednesday - 6 PM Service with Imposition of Ashes


March 9th – Launching our Saturday Evening Service at 5PM. We will have Saturday Evening Eucharist all the Saturdays of Lent, until Holy Saturday. Bring a friend for a quiet, reflective Mass, then go out to dinner!


March 16th – Dinner for students at Great Basin Community College. We’re inviting the students from the dorm over for dinner, and we’ll have Eucharist.


March 23rd - Scouting for Food: Area Scouts will be collecting food for FISH in front of area stores, from 9AM until 3PM.     Please come out and support the Scouts in this community service!

Preferred Donations

Peanut butter           Jelly

Canned meats         Ravioli

Mac and cheese     Chili

Rice-A-Roni               Pasta        

Spaghetti sauce

Pancake mix

Canned fruit/veggies



Do you know a St. Paul’s parishioner or friend who needs a home visit?     Contact the office and let the secretary know – we will arrange a pastoral visit for the shut-in.





St. Paul’s Episcopal Church

777 Sage Street, Elko, NV 89801       T: 775-738-3264


Announcing the Selection of The Rt. Rev. Jim Waggoner as Assisting Bishop of the Diocese of Nevada

We are excited to announce the selection of The Rt. Rev. James Edward (Jim) Waggoner Jr. as our assisting bishop. +Jim will begin his tenure with us on April 1, 2019. He will serve one-quarter time performing episcopal functions such as visitations, confirmations, ordinations, and receptions.

Bishop Jim served as the bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Spokane from October 2000 to March 2017. He earned a bachelor's degree at Marshall University and earned MDiv, Doctor of Divinity, and Doctor of Ministry degrees from Virginia Theological Seminary in Alexandria, VA. Before seminary, he served in the Navy. He served 21 years with the Episcopal Diocese of West Virginia, 12 years in parish ministry, and 9 years on the bishop's staff before coming to Spokane.

What is an assisting bishop? An assisting bishop is a bishop appointed by the standing committee to serve under its direction for a certain period of time. This bishop already exercises episcopal authority, which means he has the ability to perform ordinations, confirmations, receptions, and visitations, but does not have voice or vote in the House of Bishops for the diocese they currently serve.




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