Weekly Reflections

“Virtual Healing… What?” by Rosemary Dellinger

St. Paul’s is known for so many wonderful worship elements. Beautiful music, welcoming ministry, fresh baked bread at Eucharist, resounding liturgy and healing prayer each and every Sunday… outside of a pandemic. But worship in the time of COVID looks and feels very different. The clergy and staff at St Paul’s have striven to reinvent […]

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  September 28, 2020   No comments

“Love Our Neighbor” by Bob Giolitto

From the gospel of Mark: “Now the woman was a Gentile, of Syrophoenician origin. She begged him to cast the demon out of her daughter. He said to her, ‘Let the children be fed first, for it is not fair to take the children’s food and throw it to the dogs.’ But she answered him, ‘Sir, even […]

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  September 21, 2020   No comments

“Volunteering in the Classroom” by Sarah Johnson

September means back to school, and several St. Paul’s parishioners have returned to the classroom for some years now. We work with students who have recently immigrated to Norwalk from Latin America, many with horrific stories of family members they left behind and their own journeys to Norwalk. Most of these students know little English […]

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  September 16, 2020   No comments

“What Next?” by Anne Watkins | July 29, 2020

A few months ago, the Episcopal Church’s Presiding Bishop, the Most Reverend Michael Curry, began publishing weekly meditations that he calls “Habits of Grace” aimed at helping those who watch or read to adjust to the changing environment and realities that the Covid Pandemic heaped upon us all so suddenly. They reminded me of my […]

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  July 28, 2020   No comments