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Jacqueline Nappi

Hailing from Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina, Jacqueline Nappi is an organist, harpsichordist, pianist, and teacher. She is currently a graduate student at the Yale School of Music and Yale Institute of Sacred Music studying organ performance. Jacqueline serves as Minister of Music at Trinity Lutheran Church in Milford and is Piano Faculty & Music Coordinator at […]

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  November 29, 2022   No comments

Joining the St. Paul’s History Project

Calling teachers, former teachers, or anyone with the willingness to be trained to teachas well as middle schoolers between 6th and 9th grades who attend St Paul’s onthe Green. We have a unique opportunity to join with St. Matthews Episcopal Church inWilton; The Unitarian Church of Westport; and Wilton Congregational who areundertaking training sessions during […]

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  November 28, 2022   No comments

Alexander Richard Straus-Fausto

Alexander Richard Straus-Fausto completed his Bachelor of Music at McGill University Schulich School of Music and his secondary school studies at Michigan’s Interlochen Arts Academy. While still a teenager, Alex undertook a Canada Council-funded summer 2019 concert tour of the UK, playing in historic churches and cathedrals. In fall 2019, he was appointed Titular Organist […]

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  November 22, 2022   No comments

Parish Goals for 2022 – Updates

St. Paul’s 2022 Goals and you! The vestry has been working hard organizing groups around our three goals for 2022, Read on for some of the things that have been happening.   Use this link for more information or to volunteer.  Healing Pastoral care teams have begun making in-home Communion visits.  The Healing Ministry Teams continue to […]

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  November 15, 2022   No comments

The Vestry at St. Paul’s

How St. Paul’s Vestry Works In the Episcopal Church the governing body of a parish has several parts: the Rector/Provisional Priest in Charge; four officers; and a number of vestry members as determined by individual parish needs. At St. Paul’s, our norm is to  have nine vestry members serving in rotating classes of three. The […]

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  November 14, 2022   No comments

Vestry “Job Description”

The Vestry  The Vestry is the elected body of the parish that shares with the Rector/Priest-in-Charge the responsibility for oversight of parish life and ministry and for advancing the mission of Saint Paul’s. The Vestry is subject to the Canons of the Episcopal Church and of the Episcopal Diocese of Connecticut. Vestry members are legal […]

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  November 14, 2022   No comments

Matthew Series Handouts

Introduction: Overview | Summary | Synoptic Gospels Session 2, Matthew’s Jesus: Fulfillment of Jewish Prophecies: Scripture References Session 3,  Matthew’s Jesus: Son of God Session 4, Matthew’s Jesus: Healer: Readings | Notes Session 5,   Matthew’s Jesus: Preacher/Teacher Session 6, Matthew’s Jesus:  Rule/Norm Giver

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  October 24, 2022   No comments

A note from “Watch Me Grow”

Hello Everyone, We made it!! The first week is in the books and we just wanted to drop a line to say how grateful we are for all that you have to done to help take Watch Me Grow Norwalk from vision to reality. There is no way we could have done this without you. […]

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  October 11, 2022   No comments

St. Paul’s History Project

Are you curious about the history of this Church? Who were the people who sat in the pews,what was it like when folks walked through the door, were they radically welcomed, or did theyexperience feelings of not belonging? Who were the priests and what was their leadershipstyle like and how did it influence who we […]

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  September 26, 2022   No comments

Getting to Revisit our History

Gail Bindley-Taylor writes: Have you ever wondered whether our Church was involved in the trans-Atlantic trade in persons also known as slavery? Did members or priests in the Episcopal Church own enslaved people? How long did this last? These are just a few of the questions that a small group of parishioners have undertaken to […]

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  July 19, 2022   No comments