E-pistle for Friday 29 September 2017

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Traffic alert: I-35W south of downtown to Highway 62 will be CLOSED this weekend. There will also be extra traffic with Twins, Vikings, Gophers, and Twin Cities Marathon events on Sunday. Adjust your route accordingly! Thank you to the Altar Guild for hosting coffee hour this week; next week, the Building and Grounds Commission. Joyce Uptown Food Shelf receives Saint Paul’s weekly food and personal care donations. October’s theme is PACKAGED SIDE DISHES (Rice-a Roni, au … Read More

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E-pistle for Friday 22 September 2017

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Blessings on Rowan Antonius Fanous, son of Julia and Michael Fanous, as he receives the Sacrament of Holy Baptism. Be a part of this special celebration and renew your commitment to Christ and the mission of the Church through the renewal of your own Baptismal vows. There will be a reception in the living room given by the Fanous family to commemorate this special occasion. Welcome to the household of God, Rowan! All students and teachers … Read More

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Fr. Marcus Halley – The Practice of Forgiveness

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Then Peter came and said to him, ‘Lord, if another member of the church sins against me, how often should I forgive? As many as seven times?’ Jesus said to him, ‘Not seven times, but, I tell you, seventy-seven times. Matthew 18:21, 22 The theme of our Gospel this morning can feel deceptively simple – forgiveness. Peter asks Jesus, “Lord, if someone in the community sins against me how many times should I forgive? Seven times?” Seven feels … Read More

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Fr. Marcus Halley – Mission on the Move

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This is how you shall eat it: your loins girded, your sandals on your feet, and your staff in your hand; and you shall eat it hurriedly. It is the passover of the Lord. Exodus 12:11 Eight years ago I was a religious pilgrim searching for a new faith community that would honor my identity and help me live out the vocation to which God was calling me. For reasons I am not quite sure about, … Read More

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E-pistle for Friday 08 September 2017

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Many of you have witnessed the devastation facing southeast Texas, particularly the city of Houston. It if often hard to see such destruction and to walk away feeling any ability to help in any measurable way. One of the ways you can help is by donating to Episcopal Relief and Development. ERD works with local dioceses, churches, and other partners to respond to needs on the ground in real time. While it might not feel … Read More

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From the Parish Archives: Camping

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Camping was awarded to boys who sang in the choir. For many years St. Paul’s choir consisted of boys and camps were well attended. But in the late 1970’s the number of young men and boys dwindled. With changes in the choir, it was inevitable for the first time in 50 years in 1979 St. Paul’s did not have a boys camp. However, there were plenty of girls and a camp session was arranged for … Read More

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E-pistle for Friday 01 September 2017

Saint Paul's ChurchChurch News, E-PISTLE

Many of you have witnessed the devastation facing southeast Texas, particularly the city of Houston. It if often hard to see such destruction and to walk away feeling any ability to help in any measurable way. One of the ways you can help is by donating to Episcopal Relief and Development. ERD works with local dioceses, churches, and other partners to respond to needs on the ground in real time. While it might not feel … Read More

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