Sundays at 9 a.m. until next "season," when we return to two services: 8 and 10 a.m.
All are welcome at St. Paul's! If you can't be with us in person, join us on YouTube where we live-stream the mass.
To learn about our worship service and about the Episcopal Church, click here. And click on that shelf of red books to get a short, cute introduction to our time-honored Book of Common Prayer.
This group meets at 9:30 a.m. Wednesdays in the library to view and discuss the highly acclaimed film series, The Chosen," Next week we will watch and discuss Season 1, Episode 4. All are welcome.
This is a series of videos, readings and small-group discussions about race. This is highly recommended if you have questions about "critical race theory," a topic needlessly politicized. To watch an introduction, click here.
Interested in pursuing Sacred Ground further? As in participating in a small-group study? Contact Nora Broszeit or Tom Connolly.
"The Bookman" retired last year, but volunteers at St. Paul's picked up the ball and we are once again selling used books at the Farmers' Market. They're inside our parish hall, so weather won't interfere.
The market will reopen in November
Welcome to the easy in-and-out St. Paul's Farmer's Market! Stop by the hospitality pit, have a hotdog and introduce yourself to new friend! The market is open November through April, Saturdays from 8 a.m.to noon. Lots of fresh produce and select items of interest for sale.
If you are a prospective vendor, please call the office, as we have room for more vendors.
For more information about the market, click here.
Almighty God, who created us in your own image: Grant us grace fearlessly to contend against evil and to make no peace with oppression; and, that we may reverently use our freedom, help us to employ it in the maintenance of justice in our communities and among the nations, to the glory of your holy Name; through Jesus Christ our Lord, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever. Amen.
—Book of Common Prayer
Dr. Susan Wilson, an English family physician, is full of energy and zealfor the Lord. She founded Tumaini (the word means "hope") Fund to put her faith to work in the AIDS-ravaged Kagera region of Northwest Tanzania. There she established an orphanage for thousands of children who lost their moms and dads to AIDS. In addition to monitary contributions, the women of our church have sewn numerous dresses, as seen here with Dr. Wilson.
Parishioners Mike Moore and Roger Conant are directors for the fund in the United States.
Episcopal Relief and Development is a charity you can trust to use your resources wisely and lovingly. Click the logo above to learn more and make a donation.
Saturday, September 23, 2023
October 11, 2023
Visitors are welcome to observe our church leadership team in action. 6:30 p.m. in the library, Serson Hall.
[Episcopal News Service] The House of Bishops approved a written statement on Sept. ...... acknowledging “the disappointment, pain and grief felt across The Episcopal Church” over the current process for [.....................]
[Episcopal News Service] How are peacemakers of any age likely to engage people in what some describe as an era marked by global disinterest? This was one of the questions [.....................]
[Diocese of California] The Standing Committee of the Episcopal Diocese of California on Sept. ...... approved a preliminary slate for the 9th bishop of California. The candidates are as follows: [.....................]
[Episcopal News Service] Presiding Bishop Michael Curry is awake and talking, according to a Sept. ...... press release from The Episcopal Church’s Office of Public Affairs. Curry continues to recover [.....................]
[Episcopal News Service] About ...... Indigenous Episcopal clergy and non-Indigenous clergy who serve Indigenous congregations are currently gathering for a conference in Bloomington, Minnesota, to establish a network of support. [.....................]
[World Council of Churches] Speaking on Sept. 16 at a workshop during the Lutheran World Federation Assembly, World Council of Churches moderator the Rev. Heinrich Bedford-Strohm introduced the concept of [.....................]