Shrove Tuesday (also known as Fat Tuesday), is the day before Ash Wednesday (the beginning of Lent). It is the day to use up all your butter, sugar, white flour and all the other fattening luxuries that many refrain from eating during the introspective season of Lent. The most traditional Anglican thing to do on Shrove Tuesday is to have a big pancake supper, as experience has shown that pancakes are a great way to use up all your butter, sugar and white flour, and because you can easily pack a way a few dozen pancakes per person!  

St. Paul's continues this tradition every year by jazzing up the parish hall in Mardi Gras fashion  just in time for our Annual Pancake Supper. We serve pancakes, sausage and spiced fruit with coffee, milk and/or orange juice to drink. You may choose to dine in and enjoy the Mardi Gras theme and some fellowship, or you may take your pancakes home if you are unable to stay.

Please check back in 2020 for more details about our upcoming Pancake Supper!!!