WORSHIP, LEARNING, FAITH IN ACTION, COMMUNITY

NEWS & NOTICES

Vestry Nominations

Elections will take place on January 29th for Warden and Members of the Vestry; the Nominating Committee slate includes Ingrid Stanlis (Warden); Mara Hazzard-Wallingford, Christopher Moore & Maura Surdyka (Vestry). For more information, or to submit additional nominations, please speak with Erin Glanton

Altar Flowers

There are opportunities to once again donate altar flowers “In memory of” or in “celebration of” an event. For more information, please call Nancy Andrus with your contact information at 406-8545 or email at nandrus002@rochester.rr.com.

2023 Pledge

If you have not turned in your 2023 pledge, please do so using the pledge cards in the pew or use the pledge button.

PLEDGE

OUTREACH

St. Paul's Outreach Council

The Outreach Council has an opening on its team. If you are interested in working with this group to give financial gifts to like-minded organizations on behalf of our gifts and review the outreach activities of our congregation, please speak with Mary Pietrzykowski or Deacon Sue.

Contemplative Knitting Retreat

Discover how to turn your knitting time into a spiritual practice. Beginner and experienced knitters are welcome. February 3-5th, at the historic Grail at Cornwall-on-the-Hudson, now home to Rural and Migrant Ministry. Contact Julie Cicora at julie.cicora@gmail.com All proceeds go to Rural and Migrant Ministry!

Rural & Migrant Ministry

Join us for a "Delegation of Witness" on Sunday, January 22nd at 3:00 pm at Liturgia Rural Worker Education Center,

7 Phelps Street, Lyons, NY.


This is a chance to witness the people and programs of the Rural & Migrant Ministry in Wayne County. Learn more about the programs of RMM, meet RMM's people, and explore the Apple Region. Following the Delegation of Witness, stay for the "Justice Celebration" meal at 6:00 pm. To register, contact Ana Mendez at rmmanamv@gmail.com or call 315-591-0243. RuralMigrantMinistry.org/finger-lakes-lake-ontario

WORSHIP SERVICES


Wednesdays

12:00 pm

Noonday Eucharist

in the Chantry


Thursdays

8:00 am

Morning Prayer

via Zoom


Sundays

8:00 am

Holy Communion

in the Chantry


Sundays

10:15 am

Holy Communion

Sunday School at 10:00 am


Available at 10:15 am

Nursery Care

Live Stream

ASL Interpretation

PARISH PRAYER LIST

We entrust into your unfailing care, Merciful God...


Those for whom our prayers have been requested: Marge, Mary Jane, Makhi, Stephanie, Jean, Mary Kate, Jinny, Helen, Jeff, Sandy, Kirk, Art, Phyllis, Louis, Scott, David, Ella, Matthew, Larry, Dean, Diane, 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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