A new Holy Week post in the Hope for the Journey series: “I doubt that Jesus experienced peaceful solitude on the night before his betrayal, but the fact of the matter is that he was alone: already betrayed by one of his closest friends, soon to be abandoned by the rest of his companions… I wonder if Holy Week has something new to offer us this year: a rare opportunity to reflect on the kind of loneliness that Jesus felt that night in the Garden.”Continue reading
A new meditation from the Hope for the Journey series: “During these times in which we find ourselves, with all the anxiety and fear, I am drawn to the
language of poetry.”
A new meditation from the Hope for the Journey series: “If you’re like me—which is to say, if you are just the slightest bit neurotic—then you’re familiar with the ominous feeling I’ve had over the past couple weeks…”Continue reading
For those folks who are not experienced Facebook users, here are some tips to get you started in watching our live streamed services. …Continue reading
Dear Friends, I am in touch with you this week to let you know you will find on our St. Paul’s website a new section called St. Paul’s Connects. Please go there (StPaulsConnects) and see the numerous ways we are looking to stay connected during this coronavirus crisis. I’ve asked our wardens, Mary Kintz and Frank Laney, to write this week about stewardship. While I miss seeing you all face to face, know that you continue to be held in my daily thoughts and prayers. George
Click HERE for the complete letter from George, Mary, and Frank.