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Financial Update from the Wardens

In early August, we reported to you on the financial health of St. Paul’s and let you know that with the help of government relief through the Payroll Protection Act, through the benefit of volunteer efforts that resulted in cost savings, and with giving projections that remained on track at the time, St. Paul’s was […]

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  November 7, 2020   No comments

Vestry news: October 28, 2020

Last week we gave you a quick rundown of what a Vestry is, and how members are chosen. If you missed reading our rundown, here is a repeat! We are also including the link to our description of the position of vestry person. Current vestry members: Carol Custus, Wally Frey, Mirella Gonzalez, Diane Jellerette, Ryan […]

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  October 26, 2020   No comments

St. Paul’s Virtual Silent Auction

Thanks to the many, many people who donated items, sponsored our efforts, made cash gifts, and bid on items in St. Paul’s first Virtual Auction. Congratulations to all successful bidders! The preliminary estimate is that we’ve netted just over $12,000 for the support of St. Paul’s mission. But, it doesn’t have to be over quite yet! […]

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  October 20, 2020   No comments

Vestry news: October 21, 2020

Your Vestry is working to remove any mystery about what a Vestry is, what it does, and how Vestry members are chosen. In the Episcopal Church the governing body of a parish has several parts: the Rector/Provisional Priest in Charge; the four officers; and the nine vestry members. The four officers are: two Wardens (Terri […]

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  October 19, 2020   No comments

A Note from Steve McCay

New beginnings are bittersweet, as a beginning usually means there is an ending first.  I am excited about the chance to live full time in the town Luke and I love so much, as well as the prospect of a slower, less stressful existence where we two can pay more attention to one another.  All […]

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  October 19, 2020   No comments

Mask Ministry at St. Paul’s

This week, Lucas and Gavin Kopreski (pictured) spoke with Ryan (their dad) and St. Paul’s parishioner Brian McGunagle over Zoom. The topic: the ongoing community ministry of mask-making and distribution at St. Paul’s. Ryan: My first question, and I’ll start with Lucas, is: what is the goal of the mask ministry? Lucas: To spread masks around […]

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  October 6, 2020   No comments

A new journey for Steve McCay

Dear St. Paul’s parish community, It is with a sad but grateful heart that I write to say that Steve McCay, our beloved and longtime facilities manager, parishioner, and friend, will be relocating to Massachusetts later this fall. Steve and his husband, Luke, will be settling full-time in their home in Provincetown, where they have […]

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  September 16, 2020   No comments

August Regathering Update from Fr. Daniel

We begin the dog days of summer crossing the 20th week of our coronavirus distancing measures that began back in March. We can give grateful thanks that after that first initial and tragic wave of sickness, including four covid-related deaths in the parish, no one has become gravely ill. As we look ahead to the […]

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  August 4, 2020   No comments