Why St. Paul’s

• October 20, 2021

Most years, “Pledgetide” sounds and feels familiar, perhaps almost to the point of exhaustion.  Sermons about the widow’s mite and the Parable of the Talents are preached, pleas from the Vestry are made.  The congregation, obligingly or reluctantly (or perhaps both at once) opens their pockets and furnishes the means that will continue for another […]

Why St. Paul’s

• October 18, 2021

It’s March of 2020. Mask mandates are appearing across the country. Rules and advice are changing, sometimes by the hour. We all know that story. But when the edict came down from the Bishop that we were to immediately close our doors, I admit I panicked a little. It had never occurred to me that […]

Adult Faith Formation

• September 28, 2021

That’s it for, “The Divine Outlaw”, a series about people and moments that disrupted our world and revealed God. You can catch up on what you missed below: “Moses”, hosted by Dylan Thayer, Parish Coordinator “J. Ellice Hopkins”, hosted by Christopher Poore, Parish Seminarian “Conrad Noel”, hosted by Dr. John Orens, Professor of European History, […]

St. Paul’s Virtual Hymn-Sing

• October 14, 2020

Have you missed congregational singing? Parishioners, family, and friends joined their voices together in our new project, a virtual hymn-sing. Check it out below:

Gerre Hancock Tribute

• September 5, 2020

“Jesu, joy of man’s desiring” played by Jeffrey Smith

• May 1, 2020
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