At the first meeting of the St. Paul’s Search Committee in mid-January, Canon Lynn Carter-Edmands described the responsibilities of the Search Committee, including the need for strict confidentiality. Committee members then blocked off weekly Sunday evenings for the next 6-8 months but are prepared to continue their wo…

The St. Paul’s Men’s Group will meet this month on Wednesday, January 27th, 6:30pm, in the St. Paul’s Parish Hall. Dinner will be prepared by brothers Joe Schenk, Rick DePrato, and Doug Kinsey. As risky as it sounds, the program will include a “light-hearted” discussion about US Presidential politics. We will also disc…

Pancake Supper, Pancake Games, Pancake Music, and a fond farewell! Please join us for the Annual Pancake Supper, February 9th, 6 – 8pm After all the frivolity, of which there will be plenty, we will bid a fond farewell to our dear friend, Alleluia. This liturgical dear one will be put away until Easter. Come prepared t…

Our new community prayer group has begun. We’re meeting every Wednesday evening, 7 – 8 p.m. in the Paulpit. The focus of this group is to bring concerns of the week to an intentional, informal prayer group, engaging a confidential support system and a regular appointed time to share. The Paulpit has a outside entrance…

The community is invited to join St. Paul’s for a nostalgic afternoon of fun as organist Don Hurd entertains us *theatre-organ-style* on the newly refurbished, Austin Zimmer sanctuary organ while we enjoy classic silent films! The event will take place on Sunday, January 24 at 4:00pm. Bring the whole family and spread…

Wake Up!! Look clearly and honestly at your life – and take action. Now. For now is the time to waken out of sleep. That is the watchman’s trumpet call – the clarion call of Advent. Now is the time for you – a choice to be made, a decision to be taken. – Br. Geoffrey Tristram From St. Paul’s: Wake up to your Baptism, t…

The Last Sunday after Pentecost: Christ the King, 2015   The church year closes on this last Sunday after Pentecost, often called Christ the King. The word king brings lots of things to mind. For me, winters in Mass, when a plow created a huge drift in our driveway. My friends and I used that drift to play king of the…

L A big box store has a sign on its front window: More Easter here! as if Easter is available by putting down a credit card and lugging it out to your car. It’s a dubious idea, but the sign spoke to me of a deep yearning in our hearts for more Easter in our For example, in the face of the tragedy in Belgium or the endl…

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Pancake Supper! Pancake Games! Pancake Music! And a fond farewell! What could be better to celebrate Fat Tuesday: the last day of feasting before Lent. Come to eat, come to dance and come to say farewell to the ever-popular Alleluia!

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