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Community Hour in the Great Fifty Days of Easter
Gather with the community of St. Paul’s in the Parish Hall at 10:15am on Sundays in Easter:
April 22 – A Parish Conversation
Where are we going as a parish? What do we want St. Paul’s to look like? Who do we want St. Paul’s to be in five to ten years? Hear the vestry’s work-plans from last weekend’s retreat for the future and join in on the conversation. Share your own thoughts and respond to ideas and questions from the vestry.
April 29 – Arts Community Hour
Hear from the St. Paul’s Arts Commission and some of St. Paul’s own artists to share and discuss how the Arts enhance our worship experience.
May 6 and 13 – Praying the Daily Office
Father Rob and parishioner Michelle Heyne, OA, will lead a two-session class on learning to pray the Daily Office. The first session will teach you the “how” and offer several methods for engaging daily prayer. In the week between sessions, you are invited to practice praying the Office on your own. The final session we’ll gather again to reflect on how things went and discuss what more you can do to deepen your grounding in this tradition.
Calling All Artists and Musicians!
Is your world colorful and creative? Do you share your imagination through words? Do you love to express yourself through music? The St. Paul’s Arts Commission wants to showcase YOU during the April 29th Community Hour! Please contact Denise Crawford, Robin Jones, or Kit Warfield.
Cathedral Day, our annual diocesan celebration, will be Saturday, April 28 at Saint Mark’s Cathedral from 11am – 3pm. The event will begin with the Eucharist and liturgy for confirmations. Spend the rest of the afternoon celebrating with fun, food, and fellowship. Find out more details here and register here for a free lunch voucher.
This is anticipated to be a very busy event and parking is limited! Plan on carpooling or taking public transportation.
This week, please keep the following confirmands from our parish in your prayers: Kat Woods, Sean Marsh, Kenzi Roberson, Amelia Coulter, Kierstin Brown, Heidi Adkisson, Adrienne Elliott.
Thursday, April 26th at 7:15pm
At this month’s young adults gathering, Adrienne will lead topics concerning “Eco-theology”. Stop in to join the lively discussion accompanied by delicious appetizers.
Each Wednesday in Easter, join those who are are going through the Catechumenate or Baptismal Renewal (Confirmation/Reception/Reaffirmation of Faith) for a series of six sessions on the Christian Life. Join in for any or all of the evenings’ schedule:
5:30pm – Evening Prayer in the Chapel
6:15pm – Mass in the Parish Hall
6:45pm – Shared Mealtime
7:00pm – Lecture and Discussion
Here’s a small preview of Natalie Doud’s live painting from last Sunday. Natalie, our Easter Artist in Residence, will continue doing live painting during the 5pm masses through May 13th. She will also offer an Artist’s Talk for the whole St. Paul’s community on April 29th at 3:30pm.
This month’s Fatted Calf Cafe will be on Tuesday, April 24th. Whether you can help with food prep, food serving, setup or break-down (or all of the above!), your help is a huge benefit. Click here to see which spots still need to be filled. The more the merrier!
Tuesday, May 1st at 7pm
Learn more about St. Paul’s, visit with parish clergy and other new and long-time parishioners.
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