St. Paul’s is currently in Stage 1 of the Diocesan re-opening protocol. Originally, Stage 2 was expected to start on July 1, 2020, but that start has been delayed in response to continued increases in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations. A web page, “Looking Ahead: Next Steps for Gathering Together at St. Paul’s” will be available on the website soon. It will give details about the protocols of Stage 1 and moving to Stage 2. You may wish to read this document before the Parish Update meeting on Monday, July 6, 2020.
It is not enough for us to be non-racists, we must become anti-racists. How do we begin? How do we move from a comfortable position of not desiring to block racial equity, into an often-uncomfortable position of actively supporting racial equity? One way to start is by examining what it means to be a White person in America. In many ways, being White has more to do with racism in America than being a Person of Color. We still have openings for Wednesday afternoons for a study of the book, Waking up White and Finding Myself in the Story of Race...Continue reading
Resilience with brilliance: St. Paul's Prayer Stitchers rise to the challenge. Continue reading for a presentation in pictures.Continue reading
Coffee hours are suspended until we are able to resume normal services. St. Paul’s is looking for volunteers to take over the coordination of Coffee Hour starting in 2020. Continue reading for more.Continue reading