"Rejoice always, pray without ceasing, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you." The First Letter of Paul to the Thessalonians (5:16-18).
Maundy Thursday, April 17, 6 PM
We will gather in the parish hall for the service of the Word (first half of the Eucharist) with a family style Mediterranean meal in the spirit of the last supper Jesus ate with his disciples. Holy Communion will follow in the second half of the service with procession to the altar of repose with the reserved sacrament (bread from Communion) to set in a garden to remind us of Gethsemane in the Sanctuary.
Lobster Boil is Saturday May 17 Lobster Boil - Mark your calendars and please come and help out! More information is forthcoming.
Lobster Boil News [Lobster Boil is Saturday, May 17, 2014]
On Wednesday, April 9, 2014, our Episcopal Church Women ministry donated over $4000 to local charities from the proceeds of the 2013 St. Paul's Lobster Boil. Lobsters orders will begin soon and you can help support the works of these great organizations! #lobsterboil2014
Join us Wednesdays for Mid-Week
Holy Eucharist Service with Prayers for Healing
All are welcome to join us Wednesdays for a quiet service of Holy Communion with healing prayers. The service begins at 9:30A.M. and never lasts longer than 30 minutes. We meet in the chapel in the Parish Hall, which was formerly the nursery. Enter through the North doors or the Kitchen door. The readings for the day are the propers for the Saint of the day from the "Holy Women, Holy Men" book. Here is the schedule of saints propers we will use for prayers and readings of the day:
April 23: Wednesday in Easter Week April 30: Sarah Josepha Buell Hale