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Programs Affiliated with St. Paul's


Outreach to the immediate neighborhood and to Oakland as a whole is extremely important at St. Paul's. These are some of the community organizations that we support:

The Thursday Food Co-Op provides fresh produce at wholesale prices to the neighborhood. It is open to all on Thursdays at 10 am.


St. Paul's hosts several twelve-step recovery program meetings: Overeaters Anonymous daily at 7 a.m., Alcoholics Anonymous on Saturdays at 4:30 p.m. and Narcotics Anonymous on Saturdays at 7 p.m.


St. Paul's Episcopal School, founded in 1966, is an independent, Episcopal private school with a public purpose" dedicated to providing the finest morally sound and socially conscious education to Oakland's diverse population. For more information call the Head of School, Karan Merry, at 510-287-9600.


Clausen House is an Episcopal-sponsored, residential treatment center for developmentally disabled adults. For more information, call 510-839-0050.


St. Paul's Towers, located across the street, is a retirement community of Episcopal Senior Communities. For more information, call 510-835-4700.


  Episcopal Outreach to Elders

St. Paul's supports programs oriented to Seniors by lending its building and grounds to these programs, by particaption of clergy, staff and parishioners in the programs, and through modest financial support. We work together with Episcopal Senior Communities (ESC), who also operate St. Paul's Towers.

The core outreach programs of St. Paul's and ESC are: