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This Sunday at Saint Paul's

I lie down in peace; at once I fall asleep;
for only you, Lord, make me dwell in safety.  Psalm 4:8

04Feb2024 Epistle

The Eucharist will be celebrated at 10:00AM, in person and via Zoom; login instructions above. The bulletin is available here to view or download.

Join us for Coffee Hour fellowshipdownstairs in the Undercroft following the liturgy. 

St Paul's Prayer Candles

Prayer Calendar

In the Anglican Cycle of Prayer, we pray for the Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand, and Polynesia.

In the Diocesan Cycle of Prayer, we pray for the work of the House of Prayer and all spiritual directors serving in the Episcopal Church in Minnesota, as well as all engaged in the Faithful Innovation process.

Saint Paul’s Parish Prayer List can be found here.
If you wish to be contacted by a member of our Pastoral Care Team and/or priest, request prayers for yourself or someone else on the Parish Prayer List, or simply make someone aware of an acute or ongoing need, click the blue button below:

Common Book of Prayer & The Hymnal 1982

provided for your prayers and meditations, and song

SERVING THIS SUNDAY AT 10AM


EUCHARIST 10AM 
Liz & Steve Clarke
ushers

Bryan Jones
crucifer

The Reverend Dr. Penelope Warren
presider

The Reverend Ramona Scarpace
preacher

Meredith Johnson
John McDaris
lectors

Laurie Larsen
vestry announcer

Jacob Manier
choirmaster, organist

Team II
altar guild

Parish Choir
hospitality

Laurie Larsen
Peter Montgomery
vestry tellers

The Pastoral Care Team has a request for all: Take a few minutes every day to call someone to see how they are doing – to reach out and say a prayer with them and/or find out if they need anything. If there are those who need help, please let us know and we will figure out how to assist; if you are that person, please reach out to Reverend Ramona or Pat Trumbull. As Jesus said: Love one another.

View Our Sermon Archive

Upcoming Events

The Spring Programming Guide is available, filled with these and more opportunities Check it out here.


21 April: Lenten Book Group Wrap-up: Readers of any part of A Different Kind of Fast are invited to a concluding discussion in the Undercroft following the liturgy.

28 April: An All-Parish Meeting will be held in the Undercroft following the morning’s liturgy. Hear updates from the Wardens, Rev. Ramona, Building and Grounds, Beloved Community Action, Faith in Action initiatives, Jacob Manier’s sabbatical, and more.

Help us realize a zero-waste coffee hour: the goal is to throw nothing away. Bring your own utensils, mug, and perhaps a cloth napkin, then take them home to wash. Let’s see if we can keep the trash empty that day!

28 April: Future planning: Join us for a discussion led by Gene Tierney on visioning the future of Saint Paul’s. Discussion topics include what are we called to live into as followers of Jesus, members of Saint Paul’s, and participating in community engagement. All are welcome.

 

View all of our events on the church calendar


 
 
 

Faith in Action

April’s food shelf theme is LATINX PANTRY STAPLES: canned corn, refried beans, tomatoes, jalapenos; dried beans; white rice; canola oil; and tortillas. Place your items in the bins outside the Undercroft. p.s. General donations are always welcome. Email Laurie or call 612-849-1348 to assist with delivery.

From Joyce Uptown Foodshelf: “Monetary donations are the most helpful and can be made through the PayPal link here or sent to Joyce Uptown at 3041 Fremont Ave S, Minneapolis 55408. For every $1.00 donated we can purchase $2.20 of food from our foodbanks.”

Blessing Bags are still available for distribution! Check the cubbies outside the Undercroft, and keep them in your car for distribution to neighbors in need.

Saint Paul’s Little Library is still popular even as the temperatures drop. Children’s picture books are most needed, as well as metal bookends; all donations can be placed in the bins outside the Undercroft. Your continued generosity helps make this outreach possible!

Episcopal Relief & Development accepts donations to aid those in need both at home and abroad. Click here to donate in a way meaningful to you.

And the king will answer them, “Truly I tell you, just as you did it to one of the least of these who are members of my family, you did it to me.”
Matthew 25:40

Subscribe to our Bridge of Song playlist, now on YouTube.  Is there a hymn or song you’re particularly longing to hear, your requests are welcome, and may be e-mailed to Jacob Manier. Click the thumbnail of the video you would like hear to play.

Food Shelves

Have you taken the Saint Paul’s Food Shelf Challenge?

The need for grocery assistance never wanes. Let’s fill the baskets each week!! Donate today!

Upcoming Events

General Announcements

Windows of Our Soul: The latest book about Saint Paul’s is hot off the press and available to order! This beautiful archive of our stained-glass… continue reading
Crock pot mission accomplished: Thank you to Bryan Jones, Deb Low, Julie L’Enfant, and Peter and Kevin Donnan-Marsh for donating crock pots to Saint Paul’s.
Recommended Reads: Is there a book on your nightstand you’d like to suggest to others at Saint Paul’s? Check our latest must-reads… continue reading
Ministers in Liturgy and Coffee Hour treats are in high demand during Lent and Eastertide! Please check your availability, then click here to sign up for a position or several; helpful customaries will be emailed. Contact Jacob with questions regarding the MIL, or Laurie if you’d like to bring treats for a given Sunday.
Adorn the retable with flowers to mark important occasions or people in your life. Reserve the date you wish to give flowers by contacting Kathy Kullberg. Payment can be made online via Realm or a check made out to Saint Paul’s Church, with “flowers” in the memo; suggested donation $50.
If you know a parishioner who would benefit from receiving our weekly E-pistle newsletter in printed form via snail mail, please email Angie.
Do you have an announcement for Saint Paul’s parish-at-large? Submit your news to the E-pistle, or call Angie at 612-483-4187 by noon on Thursdays.

A Message from Our Rector

ATTENDANCE

-7 April 10AM: 29
-31 Mar (Easter): 78 in person, 14 online
-2024 Sunday average: 52
-29 Mar (Good Friday): 20
-28 Mar (MaundyThursday): 29 in person, 4 online
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Pastoral Care

The Pastoral Care Team has a request for all: as we practice our social distancing, do not let that extend to social isolation. Take a few minutes every day to call someone to see how they are doing – to reach out and say a prayer with them and/or find out if they need anything. One of the things that is so important right now is to connect with our community. If there are those who need help, please let us know and we will figure out how to assist; if you are that person, please reach out to Deacon Janet or Pat Trumbull. As Jesus said: Love one another.

Saint Paul’s Leadership

(click a name to email)

Ramona Scarpace
Rector

The Reverend Dr. Penelope Warren
priest associate

Jacob Manier
choirmaster-organist

 

Caytie Anderson
vestry senior warden

Lu Whitney
vestry junior warden

Tom Lockhart
vestry treasurer

Pamela Hofstadter
bookkeeper

 

SAINT PAUL'S, IN SO MANY WORDS II<br />
created from parishioner responses, 29 January 2023

SAINT PAUL'S, IN SO MANY WORDS II

created from parishioner responses, 29 January 2023

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Jesus said to her,
      "I am the resurrection and the life."

John 11:25a

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