This Sunday at Saint Paul's
The Office of Morning Prayer is said each Sunday from 8:00-8:30am in the Chapel. All are welcome.
Thank you to the Worship Committee for hosting this week’s soup and stories social; we will use our Coffee Hour time during Lent to share and listen to one another’s stories through structured activity while enjoying soup, salad, bread, and community immediately after worship in the Kellogg Room. Next week, the Altar Guild will host.
NEW! View The Year in Photos
(thanks to Angie Paulson for compiling and creating the video!)
Hands to Service
Groveland and Joyce Uptown Food Shelves joyfully receive Saint Paul’s weekly donations. March’s theme is MEATLESS MEALS (for Lenten observance). Please bring items to church as part of your weekly offering, and place in baskets in the Narthex.
The Winter Goods Drive, the first donation campaign for 2019 by Downtown Congregations to End Homelessness (DCEH), is a collection for warm winter outerwear to support our neighbors experiencing homelessness. Now through the end of February you can bring new/gently-used winter items such as hats, gloves, scarves, and coats to Saint Paul’s; look for a bin in the narthex/lobby. Thank you so much for your support!
Upcoming Events and General Announcements
1 APRIL: Eucharistic Visitor Training: Are you interested in bringing the Sacrament to members of our community who can’t attend worship? Join us at 6:30pm in the Bishop Thurston Room to learn more about this ministry. Please register here.
13 APRIL: The first Commission Saturday of 2019 will be held at 9:00 am. Commission Saturdays are opportunities for the entire community of Saint Paul’s Church to gather, learn, share, and do the work of the Church. You can register for the event here.
18 MAY: Flowers and veggies and herbs, oh my! Are thoughts of gardening filling your dreams? Saint Paul’s can help you make your perfect garden a reality, and you in turn can help Saint Paul’s! Check here for the details of our Spring Plant Fundraiser…
PARKING ALERT: The city of Minneapolis has enactedwinter parking restrictions until 1 April. NO PARKING is allowed on the even side of non-Snow Emergency routes at any time (for example, parking on the north curb of Lincoln Ave is prohibited; Logan Ave is fully usable, since it is a Snow Emergency route). For more information, visit the city’s website.
It’s a girl!! We celebrate the arrival of the freshest Saint Paulite, Sara-Katherine Eleonora, to happy parents Whitney-Lehr and Errik; all are doing well. Cards can be sent to the family at home.
In lieu of a Tuesday Night Theology Class, you can try your hand at playing Stump the Rector! Join him on any Tuesday night in March at Common Roots Cafe (2558 Lyndale Ave S) from 6:30-8:00pm. If you have questions about spirituality, theology, or cold brew coffee, share a table with Father Marcus.
Online Classes at Saint Paul’s: Want to join a Faith Formation class, but can’t come when it meets? Enroll in the online class! You may miss some live content, but you can still participate in online discussions and get the resources. Go to the Google classroom site, select “+” in the top right corner of the screen, then select Join Class. The class code for The Path (Bible Study) is jgdxyr0 .
Saint Paul’s Author Forum: Are you or someone you know a creator of written word? Read here about the formation of an Author Forum.
The Episcopal House of Prayer in the City invites all to join for their weekly Contemplative Prayer Practice each Monday at 6:30pm in the Auxiliary Classroom. Whether you are looking for a way to revitalize your prayer life or just searching for space and quiet, pray-ers of all abilities are welcome. If you are new and would like an orientation, feel free to come at 6:00pm.
At this year’s General Convention, the Episcopal Church took steps to bring justice and accountability to the Church at large with regard to how they address charges of clergy misconduct. A letter from the Episcopal Church in Minnesota states, “It is requested that this letter is posted and shared widely within each faith community to ensure that everyone in ECMN knows about this provision and can utilize it in order to see that justice is done.” You may read the email here, and use links within to learn more.
Have you taken the Saint Paul’s Food Shelf Challenge?
It’s the third month, so the challenge is to bring three items to place in the baskets in the Narthex. Only three items spread across the whole month of March – you can do it!
If you have need to be visited by a member of our Pastoral Care Team (including our rector or deacon), want to request prayer for yourself, place someone’s name on the parish prayer list, or simply want to make someone aware of an acute or ongoing need, please click the button below.
Father Marcus’s office hours at Saint Paul’s are on Mondays and Wednesdays, 9am-5pm. To make an appointment, please contact him directly.
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In the Anglican Cycle of Prayer, we pray for the Church of England.
In the Diocesan Cycle of Prayer, we pray for those involved in specialized licensed ministries throughout the Episcopal Church in Minnesota including lay preachers, Eucharistic ministers and visitors, and lay readers; and for our musicians and worship committees. We also pray for the parishes of Emmanuel (Alexandria, Rushford).
Our Parish Prayer List in its entirety can be found here.
Pastoral Care at Saint Paul’s: If you have need to be visited by a member of our Pastoral Care Team (including our rector or deacon), want to request prayer for yourself, place someone’s name on the parish prayer list, or simply want to 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
Beautiful music for Lent
Serving This Sunday
Brandon & Jacob
Marcus G. Halley
Barbara del Caro Scaia
master of ceremony
coffee hour hosts
From the Pulpit
Catch up on our most recent sermons
IN THE NAME OF THE GREAT ONE…WHO CREATED THE SUN AND THE MOON AND THE EARTH AND THE STARS…AMEN [May 31, 2020] The following is the text of Presiding Bishop Michael Curry’s Pentecost sermon from the Washington National Cathedral service that was live-streamed on...
IN THE NAME OF THE GREAT ONE…WHO CREATED THE SUN AND THE MOON AND THE EARTH AND THE STARS…AMEN I firmly believe that this deep story of Lazarus is a gift to us today. Wouldn’t we all right now want an experience to ‘just take all of this Coronavirus away’?...
Jesus said to her,
"I am the resurrection and the life."