Archive for 2021

James’s story

Last year when my grandmother was transferred to hospice, my mother asked if I would select the scripture readings, hymns, and prayers and put together the funeral service. Knowing that much of what I needed would be in the Book of Common Prayer, I asked Daniel if I could swing by the church and pick […]

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  June 1, 2021   No comments

Brigid’s message

It was a privilege to serve as Usher this past 11:00am Sunday Service. I learned a lot about team work, attention to detail and on relying on each other for assistance. I believe everyone was  being led by God in an effort to bring people together in this sacred space where we worship, love, share […]

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  May 18, 2021   No comments

“Regathering” by Gail Bindley-Taylor

As 16 May gets closer and many of us consider “regathering” in person at St. Paul’s I want to share what it has meant to me to come in occasionally to read a lesson or do intercessions, or of more recent vintage to sing Compline on a Sunday night. Initially I was just anxious, but […]

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  May 12, 2021   No comments

Announcing the Interim Choral Director

St. Paul’s is thrilled to announce the appointment of Will Doreza to the position of Interim Choral Director for the next year. Will is an experienced and passionate musician who has already been a part of the life of St. Paul’s as a baritone section leader for five years. Will will begin his work at […]

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  May 10, 2021   No comments

“What’s beyond St. Paul’s?” by Charlene Higbe

What’s beyond St. Paul’s?  Everything, and nothing. In this very strange year that’s just happened, being part of St Paul’s via internet, Zoom, and email is an extraordinary gift.  It’s been at least 15 years since my partner Fredrica and I first heard of St. Paul’s through our friend Wally.  Over the years we have […]

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  May 3, 2021   No comments

A Message from Fr. Daniel

Dear People of St. Paul’s, Another week and another rash of headlines detailing another mass shooting in our country, this time in Colorado. In fact, in this past week alone there have been at least seven shootings in which more than four people died. It joins an awful litany of violence, and it is one […]

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  March 24, 2021   No comments
Volunteer position: photo organization

Volunteer position: photo organization

St. Paul’s is seeking a part-time volunteer to help organize the St. Paul’s library of digital photos. The volunteer will help to cultivate the best of the collection and will “tag” photos to make them easier to sort. A well-organized digital photo collection will be a tremendous help to the staff, which uses digital photos […]

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  February 24, 2021   No comments