At the 10:45 am Presentation we sing the German Lutheran Chorale Ich ruf zu dir herr Jesu Christ (I call to you, Lord Jesus Christ.) The history of the hymn is completely overshadowed by Bach’s incorporation of the chorale as basis for his cant... Read More ›
Readings for the Nineteenth Sunday after Pentecost.
A picture is worth a thousand words, they tell us. A parable by Jesus is worth so much more.
Jesus packs a lot into this parable, the parable of the rich man and the poor man – often known to... Read More ›
Readings for the 18th Sunday after Pentecost
The Parable of the Shrewd Manager as it is called in our Bibles.
Shrewd – it’s a word we would want maybe our boss saying about us as at a performance review; but probably not our priest at our fu... Read More ›
If there recently seems to have been series organ voluntaries, hymns and anthems the color of Lent, as one of my music professors would say, “your ears are on!” Sunday's 10:45 prelude and offertory anthem are principally drawn from the opening... Read More ›
Two books: One old, another new; one written by a female American, the other by a Japanese male; one funny, the other pretty serious. What they have in common: not much, other than the fact that the Assistant Rector recently read them, and liked ... Read More ›
How do you, as a parent, influence your child’s faith development?
I think that most people have a tough time tackling topics like “What I Believe” with their kids. Sometimes it’s because they may not be entirely sure what they believe... Read More ›
Youth Praise Band is open to all youth with any touch of musical skill. We jam, have fun and occasionally play at the 8:45 Contemporary service. Contact Bryan Sable [email protected] for more info.
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Saturday, October 156:30 - 8:30 pm
The Outreach and Fellowship Commissions cordially invite parishioners, friends, and neighbors to the annual HarvestFest Dinner! The buffet dinner will be a family-friendly affair, and will feature many food it... Read More ›
Getting Our House Ready... Moving Our Mission ForwardPlease join us for one of our fun and festive fall social gatherings to greet old friends and make new ones. There will be brief presentations about Getting Our House Ready, Moving Our Mission ... Read More ›
We have enjoyed a very robust summer at St. Paul’s, with far more activities than usual during our Summer of the Spirit. It was great having something special for children and adults every Sunday. But now summer is over, if not quite by the cale... Read More ›