THIS SUNDAY - July 29, 2018
Tenth Sunday after
Holy Eucharist, Rite I
Holy Eucharist, Rite II
WEEK DAY SERVICES
Morning Prayer: 9:00 am - Monday thru Thursday - Chapel of the Good Shepherd
Wednesday Evening: Celtic-inspired Service is suspended until the fall.
Youth Mission Trip, August 4 - 10, 2018:
Who: YMT 2018 is open to all Episcopal youth currently in 8-12 grades.
What: YMT 2018 is going to learn about faith in the Native American context and assist in work projects.
Where: The Diocese of Navajoland
We will be hosted by St. Mark's Episcopal Church in Albuquerque, New Mexico and Good Shepherd Episcopal Mission in Fort Defiance, Arizona. They are excited to have our group return to Navajoland!
Two of St. Paul's graduating high school seniors will be participating in this summer mission experience. Please keep them and leader Amy Goerger along with 21 other youth and leaders from around the Diocese of Oregon in your prayers as they strive "to seek and serve Christ in all persons, loving our neighbors as ourselves," share in Christian community and service and explore other part of our church and country.
St. Paul's at Capitol Pride
: Join Fr. Andy and friends from St. Paul's at Salem's annual LGBTQ+ Pride Festival, Saturday, August 4, at Riverfront Park. Meet at the entrance to the fair at 11 a.m. (before it gets too hot out!). Together we'll visit booths and vendors, say hello, make some friends, and make sure everyone knows The Episcopal Church Welcomes You - No Exceptions!
Kairos Kitchen Lunch:
Volunteers are needed for St. Paul's next turn at Kairos Kitchen on Sunday, August 12! Meet at St. Mark's Lutheran Church (@ Winter & Marion downtown) from 12:30-3:00 pm. to prepare and distribute lunches for our hungry neighbors. To sign up, contact Dawn Manke at email@example.com.
Interfaith Hospitality, August 12-18 -
Calling experienced dinner hosts! We are blessed to have several volunteers come forward recently who are new to this ministry. To help orient and support them, we are looking for experienced dinner hosts to "show them the ropes" by sharing groceries, meal planning and dinner host duties on the following evenings: Tuesday, Aug. 14, Friday, August 17, and Saturday, August 18. A "dinner drop off" is needed for Thursday, August 16, and a couple of openings for evening and overnight hosts still exist. Can you help? See Michelle in the Narthex or firstname.lastname@example.org /503-930-7888.
Congregations Helping People (CHP) is in need of new volunteers to help with client intake services. CHP welcomes clients four days per week at First United Methodist (600 State St.). We offer two 3-hour shifts (9:00 am to Noon or Noon to 3:00 pm, Monday-Thursday). No special experience is required to fill this important support position other than a desire to help people who are experiencing difficulties meet their daily needs. Responsibilities include filing and some basic data entry; training is provided. For more information, call 503-391-4365 and speak with a volunteer, or send an email to email@example.com.
Pop-Up Summer SPY: Follow us on Instagram @SPYgram1444 for upcoming SPY events and to see what we're up to this summer! Regular SPY group meetings are on a break for the summer; we will meet again when the school years begins.
Library Checkout Policy: St. Paul's is blessed to have a beautiful library full of wonderful and interesting books! But they're not meant to be decorative. We want you to know this is a resource available for you to enrich your studies and your faith journey. Do you see a book that interests you? Take it home and read it! Just bring it back when you're done. No cards, no forms, no due dates. We trust you.
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Fish, stained glass, Sir Basil Spence, (1907-1976). Sir Basil Spence is most famously associated with his modern design for the rebuilding of Coventry Cathedral following its destruction by bombing during the Second World War. Building commenced for his competition-winning program in 1955, and by the time the new cathedral was consecrated in 1962 it had become an international symbol of regeneration and reconciliation.
The old cathedral in the historic center of Coventry was destroyed during an air raid in the Second World War. In 1951 Spence was chosen from over 200 architects who had entered a competition to design a new cathedral to replace it. Spence chose to keep the ruins of the old cathedral intact--the only competition entrant to do so--and link them to the new cathedral with a high porch. Mother Anne, Dr. Paul Klemme, and the Trinity Choir are currently on pilgrimage, and are scheduled to visit Coventry Cathedral on
Friday, July 27.