Please prayerfully read through the Stations of the cross below, or you may download the booklet here.

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Click here to access the leaflet. Palm Sunday Entire Service with The Reverend Margaret Sammons and The Reverend Gregory Sammons: Palm Sunday Sermon by The Reverend Gregory Sammons What a Friend We Have in Jesus, played by Organist, Lia Ferrell    

Dear St Paul’s friends, We’re approaching the most sacred week of the church year, the last week of Jesus’ earthly life, his Resurrection. Since very early days, this has been a week of worship by doing. You might have fond memories of gathering outside St. Paul’s or another church, and imagining that we are that...

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Friends, Please enjoy the following resources for participating in prayer at home. Thank you, Deacon Otto Anderson for sharing these with us! Online Resources The Sunday Readings for 2020 can be found at: https://www.lectionarypage.net/CalndrsIndexes/Calendar2020.html The Daily...

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3rd Sunday in Lent: View the Livestream here The Reverend Mike Kreutzer What are you thirsting for? Do you even know? The Israelites in today’s first readings thought that they knew. By this time in the story it had been two months since they had left Egypt. In all that time they’ve been traveling through the dry and...

2nd Sunday in Lent The Reverend Lynn Sinnott March 8 I’m going to start with a story. Several years ago, I served a church in the Rochester diocese and it was a pretty good size church. Well, I think it was about 2003 when we elected an opening gay bishop Gene Robinson in New Hampshire. That was announced one day and...

1st Sunday in Lent The Rev. Canon Jason Leo We continue the Lenten journey that we began on Ash Wednesday. It is a very religious time of the year. I live in Cincinnati Ohio and one of the outward manifestations of this religious time of the year is Friday night fish fries. Interestingly enough, the fish sandwich was...