Back to St. Paul’s This Sunday
Last Sunday, for the Offertory Anthem, about 16 singers, blended together from the choirs of Nativity and St. Paul’s, surrounded the gathered congregation at Nativity, and sang a beautiful and haunting “Alleluia.” It was a fitting conclusion to a season of generosity, patience and hospitality. Thank you a million times, Nativity!
This Sunday, for the feast of Pentecost, we return to St. Paul’s, the first full day of activities on our newly remodeled campus. It is stunning!
Here are the four thing to know, for now:
• Services will be at 8am and 10am as usual. Please know that, to make access easier and the slope less, the gate through the fence along the parking lot has been moved closer to the playground. This Sunday is the feast of Pentecost, the birth of the church.
• Cocktails and Hymn Sing will be Sunday afternoon from 4pm to 7pm in Duncan Hall. Enjoy a wide range of beverages, many non-alcoholic, as we host the good people of Nativity and our other northern Marin Episcopal Neighbors. We will be giving a thank you gift to Nativity.
• All regular activities during the week return to our campus starting this Monday.
• On Saturday, June 10th, we are hosting a rich conversation about where we have found Jesus in the face of those we serve in our various Outreach projects. If you serve the poor in any way, please come. It’s from 9am to 11am.
The work on our campus, of course, will continue. We still have much to do in the courtyard with plantings, Duncan Hall and the Upper Room are receiving face lifts, the bathrooms will be totally remodeled soon and the parking lot will be renovated in August. But the most disruptive work is just about behind us. Thank you again to each of you who made this possible, particularly Larry and Pat.
p: (415) 456-4842