News from
St. Paul's Church
WORSHIP, LEARNING, FAITH IN ACTION, COMMUNITY
Note from the Rector
College for Congregational Development
St. Paul's leadership:
Ingrid Stanlis, Julie Gedro and Erin Glanton attended CCD last week.

College for Congregational Development is sponsored by the Episcopal Diocese of Rochester.

They completed the second year of the two-year program.

Photos include: St. Paul’s group, Julie facilitating a session, and the entire diocesan class.

They were honored to participate and they're excited to bring back and apply their learning to St. Paul's.
From The Episcopal Church
Presiding Bishop Curry's Message
Presiding Bishop Michael Curry is among an estimated 650 Anglican bishops worldwide—including more than 100 Episcopal bishops—attending the #lambethconference in Canterbury, England, through August 7th.

He shared a video message, which you can watch below after bishops discussed the Lambeth Call on Human Dignity on Aug. 2.
What is the Lambeth Conference?
Convened by The Archbishop of Canterbury in 2022, the Lambeth Conference is a gathering of bishops from across the Anglican Communion for prayer and reflection, fellowship, and dialogue on church and world affairs. The fifteenth conference is from
July 26th through August 8th. To read more about the Lambeth Conference, please go to LambethConference.org or EpiscopalNewService.org.
Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby
Photo: Neil Turner/For the Lambeth Conference.
The Great EpisGOpal Race!
Register alone or as a team for the Great EpisGOpal Race! Proceeds will support both the 2022 United Thank Offering (UTO) Ingathering and Episcopal Migration Ministries’ (EMM) Neighbor to Neighbor program—founded through funding from a UTO grant. Neighbor to Neighbor trains and provides supports to faith communities who serve as community sponsors for asylum seekers or Afghan arrivals. Learn more at https://iam.ec/episGOpal2022.
Life-Long Christian Formation
Last Sunday for Bible Study this summer!
Outreach Opportunities
Worship Schedule
SUNDAYS
Holy Communion
8:00am and 10:15am
Nursery Care provided for 10:15am
Live-Stream available at 10:15am
ASL Interpretation at 10:15am
1st, 3rd, 5th Sundays

WEDNESDAYS
Noonday Eucharist
(Chantry)

THURSDAYS
8:00am: Morning Prayer

5:30pm: Holy Communion
Parish Prayer List
We entrust into your unfailing care, Merciful God...

Those for whom our prayers have been requested: Julian, Kim, Evan, Vickie, Scott, Jean, Meg, Rick, David, Donna, Ella, Merry Ann, Matthew, Nancy, Larry, Dean, Diane, Bob, Bill, and Tim.

Our nation and the world: the President, Congress and Supreme Court; our Governor, Mayor and the leaders of the communities from which we come; members of our military at home and abroad; for all those elected or appointed to positions of public trust, and, for peace throughout our world, especially, in Ukraine and South Sudan;

With thanksgiving: our health care professionals, first responders, essential workers, and farmworkers; and,

Those who have died, especially those whom we love but see no longer.

Almighty and eternal God, ruler of all things in heaven and earth: Mercifully accept the prayers of your people, and strengthen us to do your will; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
A PRAYER FOR ST. PAUL'S

O God, our heavenly Father, make the door of St. Paul's Church wide enough to receive all who need love and fellowship and loving care, and narrow enough to shut out all envy, pride and uncharitableness. Make its threshold smooth enough to be no stumbling block to children, but strong enough to turn back the tempter's power. 

O heavenly Father, make the door of St. Paul's a gateway to your eternal kingdom; bless every member and worker; may all that we do and say be done and said to your honor and glory and the spreading of your kingdom. May we continue to be forever yours and daily increase through the Holy Spirit in love and service to others; through Christ our Lord. Amen.
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