Sunday, January 16, 2022

7:45 a.m. ~ 10:00 a.m.

The Second Sunday after the Epiphany
The Feast of Martin Luther King, Jr.

The Pantry will be open on Monday, January 17th.
The Church Office will be Closed on Monday, January 17th,
in observance of MLK Day.

We will meet this coming Monday, January 17 at 4:00 p.m., to prepare 500 packs for migrants' ongoing travels. We will then skip two weeks and return on February 7 to pack 500 more packs.  

Thank you to the more than twelve volunteers who have made speedy work of this task, which means so much to the travelers and to Casa Alitas.
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 10:00 a.m. worship service. Kids can be dropped off as early as 9:40 a.m. Nursery is for infants-age 3. Kids are welcome to enjoy church with their families in the Sanctuary.
New to GSP?
Have you recently discovered Grace St. Paul’s Episcopal Church? Would you like to know more about our beloved community? Please fill out our Visitor Card at

  • Live Stream Instructions - Please click here.
  • Altar Flowers - Please click here to find out how to request flowers.
  • GSP has a YouTube channel! - Please click here for more info.
  • How to Support Immigrants - Please click here.
  • Just Coffee - Please click here

Livestream the Sunday 10:00 AM service on Facebook:

Sunday Worship
High quality recorded
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
Please remember, we do not take the offering during the worship services. You can drop your offerings 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.
Do you need a
housecleaner or gardner?

One of our pantry volunteers is looking for work as a housecleaner or gardener. Please email if you would like more information and to get in touch with this person. Thank you!
Can you help?

The church needs a queen size box spring for our Sanctuary guest.

Please call Pam in the church office if you are able to help.

Thank you very much.
Candidates for Vestry
Meet the Vestry Candidates on January 23,
after both services, in McBride Hall.
The Vestry Nominating Committee has been hard at work,
and announces the slate of candidates for Vestry:
Fiona Fischer, Paul Hetland, Harlan Hokin,
Courtney Pulitzer Joubeaud, and Christian Payne

Junior Warden - Angel Wang
Angel Wang has agreed to stay on as Junior Warden. The Junior Warden will continue serving and that is the will of the Nominating Committee.
Click here for the candidates’ biographies and photos. The election will be held during Grace St. Paul’s Annual Meeting (Sunday, January 30).
January 23 - Meet the Vestry candidates forum. We are turning this meeting into a hybrid session. There will be one forum, at Noon in the church and on Zoom. Questions can be asked in person or on zoom.
GSP is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Topic: Meet the Vestry Candidates
Time: Jan 23, 2022 12:00 PM Arizona
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 831 1501 4881
January 30 - Annual Meeting - This will also be a hybrid meeting beginning at Noon. You will have an opportunity to vote for new Vestry members and delegates to Diocesan Convention both in person and on Zoom. 
GSP is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Topic: Annual Meeting
Time: Jan 30, 2022 12:00 PM Arizona
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 814 4342 4205

Dr. Chuck Dickson's newest Virtual Adult Education presentation is a two-part look at Blacks in the Episcopal Church, their roles, history, treatment, and much more.

View this and the entire collection of presentations:
Hello friends,

I invite you to join me in a free Zoom class/discussion/practice group that I'll be starting next Wednesday, Jan.12 from 5 to 6pm (MST). 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.

Please take a few minutes to look at this short video on YouTube. It's called "Soul-tending the Garden: Following Carl Jung into the Tao."

Each week I'll be offering a brief teaching from Jung and Taoism. Then we'll have discussion and sharing, followed by experiences using Jung's methods or Taoist practices.

Please forward this link to anyone who might be interested. Also please let me know by email if you'd like to join us.

I'm looking forward to being with you,

John Dore, Ph.D.
Emotional Health Systems

"We are empty awareness mirroring the ever-changing forms of Reality."       ~ Lao Tzu
Join GSP's Anti-Racism Study Group

Next meeting will be Jan. 26
4th Wednesday — 4:30-5:30 p.m. 

To enhance your spiritual considerations dealing with importance issues such as white privilege, white supremacy, critical race theory, etc.....and knowing the difference, in today's language's....consider attending and discussing what you know and want to know, and learning even more for your discussion and education (possibly) with your spouse, family, and friends. We meet the fourth Wednesday of the month at 4:30 pm on Zoom ( ) .....typically we read an article or two that's been received from other members and sent out by Rev. Chris to focus our discussions/learning. We have included articles by James Baldwin, articles and YouTube presentations on The Ghost Dance, and an article on Bruce's Beach. To know more about these, please come to our meeting. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Rev. Chris or Peggy Scott through the Church Office. Your attendance would be an honor and most welcome!

Peaceful blessings, Chris
Honor the First Anniversary of UN Treaty on Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons

Screening of “Original Child Bomb” – a meditation on the delusion of nuclear weapon utility. 2004, 57 minutes.
Event: Wednesday January 26, 2022 at 6-8 pm

2004 documentary, named for a Thomas Merton poem, reviews the atom bomb history of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945. Film contains historical and contemporary footage of reactions to the bombing including footage of the photographer in 1945. The US is the only war-time user of nukes to date, and now is one of nine nations with known nuclear weapons. Deterrence, the US strategy, has brought this nuclear proliferation. Now the majority of the globe demands nuclear abolition!

Two options to see the film: in person 6-8 pm [vaccinated and masked] at
Grace Saint Paul’s Episcopal Church, 2331 E. Adams Street. Free Film.
Pre-registration required to determine room size. Live event followed by short panel and Q&A.

Or link for home stream: Registration required, free.

Registration by 1/25/ [kathy altman]
Respond with request for In-person or Link or both!
COVID-19 Free Testing in the Tucson area

The CDC states that anyone who may have been exposed to someone with COVID should test five days after their exposure, or as soon as symptoms occur.
Pima County COVID-19 Testing Centers
Embry Health Offers Free COVID-19 Testing
Self-swabbing - Accurate Results within 2 – 3 Days
Schedule an appointment: 480-376-2170
·      Southern Baptist Church - 445 E Speedway Blvd, Tucson, AZ, 85705
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Migrant Monday!


The GSP Migrant Ministry will meet in-person on Monday, January 17, 4:00-5:00, in McBride Hall, to prepare 500 packs for migrants' ongoing travels. We will then skip two weeks and return on February 7 to pack 500 more packs.  

Thank you to the more than twelve volunteers who have made speedy work of this task, which means so much to the travelers and to Casa Alitas.

For more information, please call Margie at 310-903-0280 or email her at
A Prayer Vigil is held every first and third Monday (Jan 17), 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, in the shadow of politics and pandemic, 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
web address

Live Sunday Worship
Sunday 10 AM   

Sunday bulletins   

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

Sunday Worship
High quality recorded
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:

Creating Communion and Sacred Ground
Tuesday at 10 AM
Please click here for more information.

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

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 
Please click here for more information.

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

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