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Seven Words for Lent

Seven words for you to begin the purple season of Lent. 1. The PrayWorshipServe rhythm of 20 minutes of prayer a day, an hour a week of worship and an hour a week of service of the poor is classic. Go to and sign up to receive a short daily email of encouragement. 2. […]

Frank Bartow Anderson

Leading up to St. Paul’s 150th anniversary, let’s take a look at some of the former church members. Looking around the church we see many plaques that name former members of the congregation who are memorialized by their gifts to the glory of God and in remembrance of loved ones. The stained glass window on […]

A Note From Kati

Dear Family and Friends, This weekend Zoe will be starring as Mrs. Shrub (the evil stepmother) in Cinderella Meets Wolfman! Her cast is SATURDAY NIGHT AND SUNDAY MATINEE! Here is the link if you’d like to purchase tickets to see my star! YES Theater Tickets 2016-2017 Many thanks if you can make it, but totally […]

Lent at St. Paul’s

Hello – We have a full Lent planned at St. Paul’s. What follows is a brief rundown of some of the highlights. Ash Wednesday is this coming Wednesday, March 1st. Services are at 7:30am, Noon and 6:30pm with the imposition of ashes. Basic Discipleship begins on Saturday, March 4th at 8:30am. This one hour class […]

Update on Calendar for February…

Dear Families, UPDATE on calendar for February… This Sunday – Music Sunday School with Libby February 26th – No Sunday School March 5th – Family Sunday – no Sunday School March 12th – Godly Play March 19th – Music Sunday with Libby March 26th – Godly Play See you Sunday! In Grace and Peace, Kati

Three Invitations for Your Lent

Hello – How will you observe Lent this year? It is the Anglican tradition to do something different to mark the season. Here are three things we’re encouraging at St. Paul’s. Fast From Contempt. Contempt has leaked into our culture and politics in a big way in the last two years. It comes from the […]

Practice Civility, Fast From Contempt

Hello – At the Annual Meeting on Sunday I surprised everyone by my final remarks. People were expecting a sort of run down of events and challenges to come in the next year. Instead, I delivered what was almost a sermon about our needing to take a more prominent and public role in our culture. […]