This week’s letter includes some exciting opportunities for September, and information for Sunday worship. Read George’s Letter
In this week’s Hope for the Journey, Fr. George reflects on his recent conversation with the Rev. Alice Graham Grant and shares a meditation from Richard Rohr.Continue reading
As the academic year begins, St. Paul’s invites you to reconnect and gather safely over the month of September.Continue reading
This week I’d like to announce the hiring of St. Paul’s Facilities Manager, a new staff position for Natalie Sroka, an interview with St. Paul’s new Associate Rector, and information about this Sunday’s worship. Read George’s Letter
Join us for a discussion of “The Church Cracked Open” by the Rev. Canon Stephanie Spellers, who serves as the Presiding Bishop’s Canon for Evangelism, Reconciliation and Creation.
Less than 140 pages long, this deeply theological book looks at the history of Christianity in general and the Episcopal Church in particular and challenges us to consider how we might learn and grow from the racial reckoning and COVID pandemic of the last 18 months to help build true beloved community.
We will meet on Sunday, September 12 and Sunday. September 26 outside at the church from 4 to 5 p.m. If either the weather or COVID intervene, we will shift to Zoom.
Learn more about the book and Mother Stephanie here.
Signup to participate in the discussion here. Space is limited and pre-registration is required.
Click Continue reading for the latest prayer list (first names only).Continue reading
In this week’s Hope for the Journey, Fr. Javier reflects on José González’s “El Invento” and the nature of life’s big questions.Continue reading
This week I want to remind you to join us this Sunday for worship as we welcome St. Paul’s new Associate Rector for Children’s and Youth Formation, share a message from the Arts and Crafts Festival leadership team, hear a message from our Presiding Bishop, and provide you a link to worship this Sunday on Facebook Live. Read George’s Letter
Thank you to all the St. Paul’s volunteers who worked to move materials from the Chapel to the newly refurbished Education Building.Continue reading
Thank you, St. Paul’s! Through your bountiful support, we provided more than 100 backpacks filled with school supplies to the Episcopal Farmworkers Ministry.Continue reading