Hello and Goodbye

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As we prepare to welcome the Reverend Marcus Halley, we will also say goodbye to the Reverend Lydia Huttar Brown. Lydia has journeyed with us as our transitional priest since 4 January, 2016. Her last Sunday with at Saint Paul’s will be 26 February. We will send her off with our prayers and gratitude, and pancakes. For Ash Wednesday and the first several Sundays in Lent, the Reverends Leonard and Lindsay Freeman will preach and celebrate with us. We will welcome … Read More

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From the Parish Archives: Reverends Past

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In 1963, the financial report showed a deficit of $2,071. The money to finance operations had to come from trust funds. The Vestry approved a budget with a surplus of $155 if pledge revenue kept up to anticipation. The Rev. Foster made some changes in the use of space in the parish house. He moved the rector’s office to the first floor, making it more accessible. Miss Dorothy Kimball’s employment as a professional Christian Education … Read More

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Lowry Hill

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Though no action had been taken for over two years, in 1899 the vestries of Saint Mark’s (still on 6th Street, and not yet a Cathedral Church) and Saint Paul’s had meetings about consolidation. Saint Paul’s refused, having decided to relocate. Saint Mark’s offered consolidation a second time, but Saint Paul’s vestry had committed to the move. A committee was appointed to dispose of the church and acquire lots in the Lowry Hill area. A … Read More

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