Sixth Sunday after the Epiphany

Luke 6:17-26
Friday, February 15, 2019
In This Issue
Weekly Services

Sunday - 4 Services

8:00 & 10:30 a.m.
Holy Eucharist

1:00 p.m.
South Sudanese Service

5:30 p.m. Holy Eucharist
Spanish Language


12:05 p.m. Holy Eucharist


6:00 p.m. Holy Eucharist

5:00 p.m.  Holy Eucharist 
Organ Practice
with Kurt
November 14, 2018
Sunday Lectionary
Haiti Report

Haitian Proverbs

"Di m' ki sa ou renmen, m'a di ou ki moun ou ye."
"Tell me what you love, and I'll tell you who you are"
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This Weekend at St. Paul's
At the 10:30 service the choir is singing The Beatitudes by Richard T. Gore. There will be a full Mariachi Band at the 5:30 Spanish Language Service.  Join us to worship together in song and praise. All are welcome to fellowship after both services. 

Calendar and Upcoming Events

Feb 17 & 24th: Special 9:30 am Study:
Rome to Canterbury

Feb 17: Mariachi Band Eucharist

Feb 24: The Centennial
"Birthday  Celebration" for our
Steinway Grand Piano 

March 3: Birthday Sunday

March 6: Ash Wednesday

March 16: St. Paul's Talent Show
See below for more information
Upcoming Calendar & Events Information

current and formerly Roman Catholic
St. Paul's family and friends:
Please carve-out an extra 40 quick minutes on the next two Sundays to join Father Jonathan in a conversation about the beauty and depth of our shared traditions, and finding home here at St. Paul's.  The journey from Rome to Canterbury is rarely an easy one. We will meet Sundays
February 17th & 24th at 9:30
 in the lovely Garden Room, between the morning's services. The nursery will be available on the 2nd floor, and Sunday School happenin' on the 3rd
  All are welcome, RC or not. Please join us.   

Mariachi Band Eucharist ~ 
Sunday Evening
at St. Paul's
We are so excited to announce that Armando Gutierrez, our Spanish Mass music minister, plans to have a full Mariachi band play for the Holy Eucharist this Sunday
February 17th evening at 5:30.
The service is easy to follow, even if you don't speak Spanish. All are welcome.

Steinway Centennial Celebration
Chamber Music Sunday

Sunday Feb 24th During the 10:30 a.m. service.
On March 14, 2019, our Steinway tur ns 100 years old and we will celebrate it well.  Join us  February 24 for a beautiful  Chamber Music Sun day . Our organist, Kurt Knecht, will be joined by violinist Dorris Dai-Janssen and cellist Ho Anthony Ahn.  
Music selections include a movement of the beautiful Fauré piano trio and the exciting first movement of the Brahms Trio #1. The service will also include, Messiaen's poignant Louange a l'eternite de Jesus [Meditation on the Et ernity of Jesus] - a work written inside a Nazi prisoner of war camp. Finally, there will be a premiere of a new piece Kurt wrote for this occasion for piano trio, soprano,  and baritone which will feature two vocalists from  our choir, Sarah   Anderson and Joshua Lawlor.   It will be a Sunday to remember that celebrates our piano and the joy of music at St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 

If anyone knows who donated this Steinway to St. Paul's, please contact the Rector.

St. Paul's Talent Show Returns!
Saturday evening
March 16.
We Need Your Talent!

If you would like to perform
[and you know you would!]
Join Us On Stage.
Talent We Need - A Lot!
Call Paul Herbers 816.520.3558 for info

 2019 Stewardship

Information about your 2019 
Mission and Ministry Pledge:
     Every year, in response to the many and great gifts God freely bestows upon us, we are all invited to make a pledge to the financial support of St. Paul's Parish.
     Our gifts become a witness in the world of this parish's response to God's call to us to be a faithful community serving all God's creation.   
     The ministries of St. Paul's depend upon the financial support of its members and other interested persons.  In order for the Vestry to make good decisions on how to manage our resources, we invite you to make a financial commitment to our parish for 2019.  You can use the link below to make your pledge or contact the  Church Office for a paper pledge form.
     Thank you for your support financially, for your participation, and by remembering our efforts in your prayers.

This Sunday Godly Play at 10:20 on the third floor.
Special 2-Part Series for Adults:
The Beauty & Traditions shared between the Roman Catholic and Episcopal church. All are welcome to join us at 9:30 in the Garden Room February 17th & 24th. 
verse of the week

When justice is done, it is a joy to the righteous, but dismay to evildoers.

- Proverbs 21:15
voice of the week

I use the term radical in its original meaning - getting down to and understanding the root cause. It means facing a system that does not lend itself to your needs and devising means by which you change that system.

- Ella Baker
prayer of the week

Loving God, teach us to order the desires of our hearts according to the call to do justice, love kindness, and walk humbly with you. Amen.
thought for the week
George MacDonald
For the righteousness of God goes far beyond mere deeds, and requires of us love and helping mercy as our highest obligation, and justice to our fellow humans, those of them too who have done nothing for us - those even who have done us wrong. Our relations with others, God first and then our neighbors, must one day become as in true nature they are, the gladness of our being; and nothing then will ever appear good for us that is not in harmony with those blessed relations.
Coffee Hour Hosts
Please Let Alison know

February 17 - Ellen Haden & Becky Forsyth
February 24 - Bridget Wagstaff, Jennifer Coen & Henry Steinway
March 3 - Birthday Sunday
March 10 - ????
March 17 - Saint Patrick's Day
March 24 - ????
March 31 - ????

Hosting Coffee Hour is a fun and easy way to get to know other St. Paul's members! The host brings the food and the church provides the drinks. An example of what a host might bring would be: two large pans of brownies (cut very small), maybe a bowl of fruit (oftentimes grapes cut into small clusters), and a bowl or two of pretzels or popcorn. If you have questions or wish to co-host with another member, please contact  Alison.  Dates are available.

St. Paul's Tech Squad forming: 
Are you a wiz with audio or livestream technology, or interested in becoming one? We have a simple systems in the church which need a few sets of trained eyes and ears to help us manage & trouble-shoot now and then. Teens, young adults, seniors - all techies are welcome to join the Tech Squad. School service hours and/or additional jewels in your crown in heaven are available. We need you. Please contact  Techie  if you are interested or willing to learn our AV systems. Thanks so much!


Makers Wanted:
Makers of all kinds (knitters, crocheters, quilters, fabric crafters) to make baby hats, booties, scarves, hats, lap quilts, prayer shawls, etc. on your own time frame to bless members of our parish and day school during times of joy and times of stress.  Contact  Jessica Kerrigan (knitters/crocheters/weavers) or  Pat Rudy (quilters, other fabric crafters) if you are interested.


check WEMOYouth  for more details
As always, if you'd like to stay connected with what is happening with youth ministry in our network and diocese, please check out our Youth Network Facebook site.

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