Save the date. St. Paul's parishioners come enjoy as we feast on the eve of Lent. This is when we indulge in food that we often sacrifice for the upcoming 40 days of fasting and religious
obligations associated with Lent. The term Mardi Gras, "Fat Tuesday," refers to the practice of the last night of eating richer, fatty foods before the Lenten season, which begins on Ash
St. Paul’s is happy to announce that Sally Beagley will be the Vestry’s Clerk for 2017 and that the vestry has elected Colt Smith to be Junior Warden.
Thanks for Souper Bowl of Caring Pantry contributions these last two weeks. A general
accounting of that intake will appear later. We still need to build up our stocks of canned soup. In order of most to least fave:
everyone associated with and/or contributing to the St. Paul's pantry! Blessings for the donations and parish generosity! St. Paul’s Food Pantry.
Your Directory is ready for pick-up! If you asked for a paper copy of the Church Member
Directory please pick yours up in the Church office today, if you would like it mailed to you please call/email Selma. Parishioners who asked for an emailed version should have that in their inbox. We are continuously updating the information in our Member Directory so please email or bring your updates to the Church office.
St. Paul’s Parishioners, the Children's Choir will give a performance during next Sunday’s coffee hour, don’t miss it!
The Centering Prayer Group at All Saint’s Episcopal will be studying “The Book of Joy”
at 7:00 PM on Wednesdays. While you read the book you almost feel as though you’re
listening to His Holiness the Dali Lama and Archbishop Desmond Tutu as they share five days together exploring the nature of True Joy. We begin the evenings with a 20 minute “sit” and then discuss the reading assigned for each week. All Saint’s is on the corner of 17th South and Foothill Drive. There are already a couple of people from St. Paul’s in the group, so please join us!