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 Vestry for hosting Coffee Hour on Sunday; next week, the Choir.
WONDER Eucharist will be offered this Sunday (and each first Sunday of the month) at 3:00pm in the Chapel. Bring your littlest worshippers for a brief liturgy of stories, sacrament, and fun!
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. According to news outlets, furloughed federal workers are now utilizing these resources as well. January’s theme is PERSONAL CARE PRODUCTS (razors, baby shampoo, soap, deodorant, etc.) 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
3 FEBRUARY: The women of Saint Paul’s Choir, Saint Christopher’s Choir (Roseville), and Merliee Klemp (oboe) will offer a festive Choral Evensong at 5:00pm, featuring the music of Gerald Near, Larry King, Geoffrey Burgon, and David Evan Thomas.
Please note that this liturgy will be offered at Saint Mark’s Cathedral. Saint Mark’s Cathedral.
6 FEBRUARY: Saint Lydia’s Circle will meet this Wednesday (and all first Wednesdays) at 1:00pm in the Bishop Kellogg Room.
10 FEBRUARY: The Hidden One, the first volume of Norm Mitchell’s new trilogy People of the Blood, is now available as an e-book and paperback. Norm will be holding the second reading from his novel at Common Good Books in Saint Paul at 2:00pm. Seating is limited, so please rsvp directly to Norm.
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 ; (Re)Discovering the Practice of Prayer is 7x3o6jg .
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.
TAKE THE FOOD SHELF CHALLENGE! For the month of January, consider bringing at least one item to place in the food shelf basket in the Narthex; in February, the challenge is two items; March is three items, etc. Hunger never ends for some. Let’s take the challenge together to do our part and keep those food shelves full.
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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Saint Lydia’s Circle
In the Anglican Cycle of Prayer, we pray for the Anglican Church of Burundi.
In the Diocesan Cycle of Prayer, we pray our Province VII of The Episcopal Church, as well as for those who serve on the Council as Mission Area Team members, the Trustees, the Standing Committee, the Commission on Ministry, the Chancellors, and the Treasurer of the Episcopal Church in Minnesota. We also pray for the parish of the Holy Trinity and Saint Anskar (Minneapolis).
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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: email@example.com. Your request will be shared with our pastoral care team, as well as Saint Paul’s clergy.
From the Organ Bench
Voluntary: Elegy (William Grant Still)
Psalm: Psalm 71 (Edward Bairstow)
Anthem: Tantum ergo (Gabriel Faure)
Voluntary: Chorale Prelude on Old 100th (Johann Pachelbel)
Choir Diary for 5:00pm Evensong FEB 3RD
Note: offered at Saint Mark’s Cathedral, with the women of Saint Christopher’s choir and Merilee Klemp, oboe.
- Voluntary: Psalm (David Evan Thomas)
- Introit: O gracious light (Gerald Near)
- Suffrages: (Daniel Justin)
- Psalm: Psalm 84 (Peter Hallock)
- Magnificat: My soul proclaims the greatness of the Lord (Larry King)
- Nunc dimittis: Lord, now lettest thou thy servant (Geoffrey Burgon)
- Anthem: Tantum ergo (Gabriel Faure)
- Voluntary: Dance (David Evan Thomas)
Serving This Sunday
Errik & Whitney-Lehr Koening
Marcus G. Halley
Barbara del Caro Scaia
master of ceremony
coffee hour hosts
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.
Jesus was a teacher and so much more. He is the Son of God and that matters. Listen to Father Marcus' sermon from March 3, 2019.