The Welcome Team Gets Busy!

St. Paul’s Welcome Team (formerly Task Force) has been busy lately! On April 26th we held our first social event for a group of newcomers to St. Paul’s. It was a great success, with a chance for all of them to meet and chat with Eric (and his family, of course) and to have a […]

Organ Update, May 2024

The photos accompanying this update show views of the central swell chamber and exterior pipework (lectern side) that few people other than organ builders and tuners will see. Photo credit Stephen Russell. Recent visits to St. Paul’s by the crew from organ builders Russell & Co. brought exciting progress in what is now the final […]

St. Paul’s is Looking for Office Furniture!

Do you have old office furniture in good condition you no longer need but don’t want to throw away? Consider donating it to the St. Paul’s Office!  Items of particular interest are chairs and desks, but any submission is welcome. If you are interested, please send a picture of the item(s) you would like to […]

Join us for Rev. Callie Swanlund’s book celebration on Saturday, May 11!

From Weary to Wholehearted: A Restorative Resource for Overcoming Clergy Burnout [it’s for non-clergy too!] book event: 10-11 am: micro retreat with sound bath meditation around the labyrinth in the sanctuary (if participating, you may wish to bring a blanket/yoga mat/bolster to lay on) 11 am-Noon: book reading/signing and refreshments in parish hall (books available […]

Adult Education Forum 4/28/24

Join us this Sunday for an Adult Forum on medieval drama with Kara McShane from 10-10:50am in the Dixon House Library. Most of the earliest plays in English are religious in nature, retelling familiar Bible stories. Together, we’ll explore the context for these plays with particular focus on the most famous – and complicated – […]