This Sunday at Saint Paul's
Be ready to set your clocks back this weekend for Daylight Saving Time. You’re always welcome to come to church an hour early (and Kelly will gladly find something for you to do!), but wouldn’t you rather catch a few more zees?
We welcome The Reverend Lydia Huttar Brown back to Saint Paul’s pulpit and table. Thank you for leading our worship this week!
Thank you to the Evangelism Commissionfor hosting Coffee Hour; next week, the Building & Grounds Commission.
Upcoming Preachers and Presiders:
10 Nov: The Revs. Barbara del Caro Scaia and Richard Cogill
17 & 24 Nov: The Rev. Nancy Brantingham
Advent: The Revs. Leonard and Lindsay Hardin Freeman
In the Anglican Cycle of Prayer, we pray for the Church of Bermuda.
In the Diocesan Cycle of Prayer, we pray for the Minnesota Commission on Indian Work (MCIW); and for the Hispanic, Hmong, Liberian, Karen, and numerous multi-cultural ministries and faith communities throughout the Episcopal Church in Minnesota. We also pray for the parishes of All Saints (Minneapolis, Northfield).
Pray for migrants, refugees, and displaced people throughout the world. Pray also for those in our country who have been taught to fear or hate people different than they are.
We are asked to reflect and devote prayers in honor and appreciation of 400 years of African American history and culture. Read more about this anniversary request from our Presiding Bishop.
Our Parish Prayer List can be found here.
If you wish to be visited by a member of our Pastoral Care Team (including our rector or deacon), request prayers for yourself or someone else on the Parish Prayer List, or simply make someone aware of an acute or ongoing need, please e-mail email@example.com.
This list is maintained to assist you in praying for the parish and the larger community throughout the week. To add your friend or loved one to this list, e-mail Deacon Barbara with your request and any additional details: firstname.lastname@example.org. Your request will be shared with our pastoral care team, as well as Saint Paul’s clergy.
From the Organ Bench
Choir Diary for 10:00am Eucharist
Serving This Sunday
Lydia Huttar Brown
Barbara del Caro Scaia
Kate Maxwell, OSB
choirmaster & organist
master of ceremony
coffee hour hosts
Faith in Action
Joyce Uptown Food Shelf joyfully receives Saint Paul’s weekly donations. Our theme for September will be foods from other lands. Please bring items to church as part of your weekly offering, and place in baskets in the Narthex.
Step up to the Food Shelf Challenge: Bring TEN items in over the course of the tenth month – let’s fill the baskets each week!!
5 NOVEMBER: VOTE!
6 NOVEMBER: Saint Lydia’s Circle, a prayerful ministry of the older and wiser women of our parish, will meet this week (and all first Wednesdays) at 1:00pm in the Bishop Kellogg Room. You are invited to bring a bag lunch and join us.
10 NOVEMBER: Whole Earth Justice, penned by Saint Paul’s own Gene Tierney, will be the subject of the next Master Class at 11:15am. Join us for a glimpse into Gene’s process of writing this fictional novel speaking on community and environmental issues. Invite your friends via our Facebook Event page!
16 NOVEMBER: Mark your calendars for Saint Paul’s annual Fall Clean-Up Day. Come wield a rake or trimmers (indoor jobs can be found as well) between 9am-noon to ready the property for the coming w—– season. Coffee and donuts will be provided. If the weather doesn’t cooperate, clean-up will move to the 23rd.
24 NOVEMBER: Gratitude Sunday will be celebrated with a luncheon after the liturgy. Read more details here, and be sure to sign up on the 10th and 17th. Need further motivation? How about the opportunity to walk in a circle for pie? See you there!
Have you taken the Saint Paul’s Food Shelf Challenge?
Bring ELEVEN –yes, eleven– items in over the course of the eleventh month The need for grocery assistance never wanes. Let’s fill the baskets each week!!
1st Wed 1-3p Saint Lydia’s Circle
3rd Mon 7-9pm Vestry meeting
Saint Paul’s Leadership
From the Pulpit
Catch up on our most recent sermons
From June 30, 2019 at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Lake of the Isles, Minneapolis It’s the Sunday before July 4, Independence Day. The reading we had from Paul’s letter to the Galatians is all about freedom. So I think we need to go there. But I have to be honest with...
Ash Wednesday holds two truths: Our sin and God's grace. Listen to Father Marcus' sermon from March 6, 2019.