Looking for the green leaves

I find myself looking for encouraging yet simple signs in nature as I open the curtains each morning. The white blanket of snow is receding while still showing the stark outlines of empty trees and barren branches. When will the buds appear? Sunnier brighter mornings auger the mystery of spring. I saw my first groundcover […]

Cooking for Outreach: Supplies Needed!

Please consider donating any of the following non-perishable food items as we package together meals in March and April! Turkey gravy in a jar or powdered mix Cream of mushroom soup French’s fried onions Chicken broth Stovetop stuffing Instant mashed potatoes Canned mushrooms, carrots, peas, corn Brownie mix and/or cookie mix Please bring any of […]

Applications Closed!

The application period for Rector candidates is now closed, and we’ve received quite a few who may be a good fit with St. Paul’s.  We’re doing more first interviews, and later in March we may be able to start second interviews with the most promising candidates.  We’ll also be meeting (by Zoom, of course) a […]

Nominating Committee: Receiving names for positions

The Nominating Committee is open to receiving names for consideration for one vestry member and one delegate to the Diocesan Convention. The vestry is the governing body for St. Paul’s Church responsible for developing policies and procedures according to canons and by-laws; ensuring that financial and organizational systems are in place; developing and managing the […]

A Year On

Our modern-day heroes and health care panelists invite St. Paul’s to navigate the wilderness of COVID-19 A year ago, we started to see strange things happening in other countries and began telling our members at St. Paul’s that we might want to think differently about sharing the cup at the eucharist. No-one could have imagined […]

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