Sunday, May 15, 2022
7:45 a.m. ~ 10:00 a.m.

The Fifth Sunday of Easter

Justice for All

Looking ahead: we will need help collecting signatures at 'The Loft Cinema' (3233 E Speedway Blvd) where the immigrant centered film 'Ricochet' will be screened on May 15th from 6-9pm. Co-founders of Pima County Justice for All, Margo Cowan and Isabel Garcia will sit on the panel to discuss the importance of lawyers in the immigration system. Please contact our Media Coordinator - Mar'Shayla Thomas (346 254 5650) for more information on the event and volunteer slots. 
Taylor Manson

Taylor Manson (daughter to Kim Braun) graduated from NAU with a degree in Dental Hygiene on Saturday, May 7. Kim and family went to Flagstaff to celebrate! 

Congratulations Taylor!
Fiona Fischer

Fiona Fischer (daughter of Kurt and Judith Fischer) graduated from Rio Salado College with an Associate's degree in Religious Studies. Fiona will begin her junior year at the University of Arizona this fall, with plans to study Political Science. Fiona just turned 18 years old and is ahead of the game! 

Congratulations Fiona!  
Lilly Krug

Lilly Krug (granddaughter of Kay Buckler) is graduating from 8th grade at Dietz K-8 School. She has attended there for the past three years of Middle School. She has been president of the National Junior Honor Society for the last two years and played the violin in the school orchestra. She loves to participate in the Youth Program at Grace St. Paul's and likes being part of that group. Lilly is looking forward to attending Santa Rita High School as she embarks on her new journey through the high school years. Congratulations Lilly!
Holden Knutson

Holden Knutson (grandson of Kari McBride) is graduating from Salpointe Catholic High School. He plans to train as an EMT and become
a Firefighter. 

Congratulations Holden!
Wesley Hunter

Wesley Hunter (son of Lynn and Spencer) will be graduating in June from Central Washington University with a Masters in Conducting and a Minor in Viola Performance. 

Congratulations Wesley!
Nathan Denoyer

Nathan Denoyer is leaving his elementary school (K-5) for middle school (6-8)! He will be promoted at the end of the month. 

Congratulations Nathan!
Beloved community of Grace St. Paul’s,

You have been my bedrock these last four years that I have lived in Tucson, and I am honored to invite each and every one of you to my wedding to the love of my life, Ellery Doehrman, at 10 a.m., Saturday, May 21st of this year. It will mean so much to me to have your presence there.

The people of Grace St. Paul’s have made my life immeasurably better since I first crossed the threshold in November of 2018, and I am delighted to be celebrating my marriage at our altar and in the sight of our community.

Reception information will follow.

Beatrice M.L. Washburn
CPR/AED/First Aid Class at GSP
Have you noticed we have an AED (Automated External Defibrillator) in the narthex of the church? Would you know what to do or how to help in a medical emergency?

Come take a CPR/First Aid class at GSP. Desert Fire Department will provide a 2.5-hour class on a Saturday. After completion you will receive a certification card from the AHA (American Heart Association). 

Who should attend? Anyone who is interested: clergy, ushers, pantry and other volunteers, and older teenagers.

The cost is $45 payable the day of class. A minimum of 10 people is required for Desert Fire Department to do a training class, so once we have a commitment from 10 people we can contact them for a date.

If interested please contact Jessica Swift or Nancy Moritz.
Opportunities to Put Your Faith Into Action
Hello from the Bread Ministry!!

Hello from the Bread Ministry!! For those of you who might not know what we do. One of our tasks is to pick up the extra bread daily from Beyond Bread, and bring it to Grace St Pauls where it is distributed to folks here at Grace St Pauls, and to additional food banks throughout Tucson. This Bread pick up only takes about 45 minutes and makes a huge difference in our Community.  

With summer approaching and other health issues within our team of volunteers, we are in desperate need for pick-ups on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday. Would one of these days work for you? Please contact Kitt Leonard at 906-1230 if you can help us continue this mission. Training is FREE! And you could start this week! Thank you for considering.
Would you like to be a Reception Assistant
for the Reception Team?

Currently Ann Sunderland & Debbie Tinajero head up our Reception Team. They serve drinks & food for the receptions here at GSP. Sometimes they have a need for many more hands to help serve at a reception.

We would like to have a team of people who could assist as needed. Would you be willing to help serve the drinks & food? You would only be needed maybe 6 times in a year. If you would like to add your name to the Reception Team, please contact Pam Spears in the Church Office, (520) 327-6857 or e-mail

Thank you for your consideration.
GSP Shower Ministry

We are looking for shower volunteers
for Wednesday mornings.

Please contact Jessica Swift for
more information & details.
Grace St. Paul's is in need of volunteers to usher at the 10AM service on Sundays. You would likely only be asked to serve one Sunday a month. Ushers welcome people to GSP, direct people to the front for communion, and collect the offering. If you are interested in serving, please contact Steve Streeter. Thank you in advance for your service!
Joseph's Pantry needs Dog & Cat
food on an ongoing basis.
Can you help our furry friends?

You can drop off food on Sunday when you attend worship. Or drop food off in the parish office, Mon-Thu 9a-4p, Fri 9a-noon. You can also order from or Amazon & have the food delivered to the church office.

We thank you in advance for your help!
Blankets, Towels Needed for Homeless Animals

Pima County Animal Shelter (PACC) depends on the community for donations of old or new blankets, towels and pet beds. The need is ongoing and these items are crucial in helping the homeless animals at PACC become more adoptable by providing them with comfort, security and warmth.

Please note: The location of the donation box for PACC has changed; it is now located in the church office! Please place your animal comfort items in the donation box (with the doggie picture on it) in the church office during regular office hours: Mon-Thu, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.; Fri, 9 a.m. - 12 noon.  The homeless pets at PACC will be so very grateful!

Sponsored by the Animals and Spirituality Ministry.
Our Protocols for Live, In-Person Services

Both Sunday services at Grace St. Paul’s — 7:45 and 10 a.m. — are live and in-person. The 10 a.m. service will also continue to be live-streamed.

To ensure the safety of all present, all congregants must wear a mask, properly worn over nose and mouth. Congregational singing is now allowed with masks on.

Parents, please note. The nursery is staffed every Sunday in the Undercroft for the 10 a.m. worship service. Kids can be dropped off as early as 9:40 a.m. Nursery is for infants to age 3. Kids are welcome to enjoy church with their families in the Sanctuary.
New to GSP?
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  • GSP has a YouTube channel! - Please click here for more info.
  • How to Support Immigrants - Please click here.
  • Just Coffee - Please click here
on SUNDAY, 10 A.M.

Live-stream the Sunday 10:00 AM service:
  1. Live on Facebook
  2. Live on YouTube
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Sunday Worship
Edited service video
By 7 PM Monday 
*Please wear name tags so folks can recognize you in your mask.*
Don't have a name tag?
Call the office, 327-6857,
or email
*If you requested a name tag, please check
with an usher on Sunday morning.
Sunday Offering
We do not take the offering during the worship services. Please drop your offering in the box in the narthex.

You may also make your donations by U.S. mail or via the EasyTithe online portal.

Thank you for your continued support of Grace St Paul’s. We are able to make a difference in the world because of your support & generosity.
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We are a 2022 CORE Grant Recipient!

Thank you to the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona (CFSAZ) and the Graydon Ketchum Charitable Fund for supporting GSP this year! GSP is a second-time CORE grant recipient. We are grateful to have received $10,000 to put to good use in 2022! As many of you know, the CORE grant we received in 2021 helped us make our budget and continue to do good work in our community. CORE grants can be used for programs AND operations, something CFSAZ and its CORE collaborators understand is essential to organizational functioning. We are grateful for the support of CFSAZ, the Graydon Ketchum Charitable Fund, and our whole community for striving together for a hopeful future.
Join Dr. John Dore in a free class/discussion/practice group each Wednesday, from 5 to 6 p.m. (MST) on Zoom. The goal is to integrate the deep parts of our self, to become more whole, healthy and balanced in heart, mind and spirit, and to connect with others.

There is a short video on YouTube called "Soul-Tending the Garden: Following Carl Jung into the Tao" which provides more information. Feel free to forward the link to anyone who might be interested. Contact Dr. Dore by email if you wish to join.

John Dore, Ph.D.
Emotional Health Systems

"We are empty awareness mirroring the ever-changing forms of Reality." ~ Lao Tzu
Thank you to past and future volunteers for your support of these families, who are from many countries, fleeing danger and seeking asylum in the US.
For more information, please call Margie King at 310-903-0280 or e-mail her.
A Prayer Vigil is held every first and third Mondays, 4:30-5:30 p.m., for migrants, asylum seekers, refugees and those threatened with deportation. Prayers may be offered in Spanish and English. 

All are welcome. Please join us on Zoom
Artisans Beyond Borders, (ABB) a bi-national ministry at Grace St. Paul’s, began in 2019 as a way to bring trauma-informed arts and activities to asylum-seekers and their families waiting in shelters and on the streets in Nogales, Sonora, Mexico.

Today, therapeutic arts and the dignity of artisanal craft continue to bring comfort to the traumatized and hope to asylum-seekers. 

Bordando Esperanza / Embroidering Hope, the flagship program, also helps restore personal agency and income through Etsy shop sales of artisans’ original hand-embroideries.

For more information, please visit the ABB website.
Casa Alitas Welcome Center

Thank you to our volunteers & supporters! Please spread the word about our work & recruiting friends, family, & colleagues for volunteering. All of our teams could use the help!

Please click here for more updates on Volunteering, Donations, & Job Openings!
 Donations Currently Needed:
  • For men: new underwear, socks, T-shirts, baseball caps, athletic pants (especially smaller sizes), shoes
  • For women: new underwear, bras, new men's underwear, lycra/stretch leggings, socks 
  • For children: clothing sizes 2-12, new underwear, shoes
  • Backpacks
The following is an up-to-date list of all services and classes currently offered. 
Click on the Zoom link at the appropriate time to join any service or class.
Descriptions of some services and classes are available.
Click on the red here under each title.
Worship or Meeting
Date and Time
zoom address

Live Sunday Worship
Sunday 10 AM   

Sunday bulletins   

Youth Group - In person
Sunday 12:00-1:30 p.m.

Sunday Worship
Edited service video
By 7 PM Monday 

GSP Today
Monday at noon
Please click here for more information.

Migrant Prayer Vigil
1st & 3rd Monday at 4:30 PM
Please click here for more information.
bulletin for the service:

Evening Prayer 
Tuesday 6 PM  

Fourth Tuesday 7 PM  

Liturgy Meeting
Wednesday Noon

Staff Meeting
Second Wednesday 2 PM 

Fourth Wednesday 2 PM

Anti-Racism Group
Fourth Wednesday 4:30 PM
Call the Parish Office for more information.

Guided Meditation
Wednesday 7 PM
Please click here for more information.

Morning Prayer
Thursday 9 AM
Please click here for more information.

Between the Lines - Lectionary
Thursday 10 AM 

Spirit Now/Spirit Song Worship
Thursday 5:00 PM
Please click here for more information.

GSP Spirit Players
1st Friday 6:30 PM
Please click here for more information.
Contact Nanalee Raphael or the office

Friday Night Evening Prayer
2nd, 3rd, 4th (& 5th) Friday 7:00 PM
Grace St Paul's Episcopal Church
2331 E. Adams St., Tucson, AZ 85719
Parish Office: 520-327-6857
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