With sadness we announce that Bill Rolston, our friend and brother in Christ, has finished his baptismal journey and now rests in the arms of Jesus. 

We also learned that The Rev. Donald Hugh Dinwiddie, a former Rector of St. Paul's, departed this life on October 5, 2020. Now he worships our Great High Priest in the Kingdom of God. 

May their souls, and souls of all the faithful departed rest in peace.
March 7th - 10:30am

(Greenville, SC: Bob Jones University Museum and Gallery, 1660),
oil on canvas.
A Morsel for Meditation
How easy we find it to condemn structural injustice, institutional violence, and social sin! All that is quite real, but where are the sources of that social sin? They are in the heart of every person. Modern-day society is an anonymous society in which nobody accepts blame but everybody is responsible. All of us are responsible for what happens, but the sin remains anonymous. We are all sinners, and we have all contributed our grain of sand to this mountain of crimes and violence in our country. That is why salvation begins with the human person, with human dignity, with freeing every individual from sin.
Oscar Romero, The Scandal of Redemption 
Almighty God, you know that we have no power in ourselves to help ourselves: Keep us both outwardly in our bodies and inwardly in our souls, that we may be defended from all adversities which may happen to the body, and from all evil thoughts which may assault and hurt the soul; through Jesus Christ our Lord, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. Amen.

The readings may be found here
Pray for the Church, the Body of Christ
Please pray for those on our prayer list this week:

Please Pray for those on
our prayer list this week:
Gail Rolston and family,
Jincy Jones, Rita Woods and family, Beverly Gish, Bob Lanier,
Ken Gunter, Dana Medford,
Marcy Walsh, Paula Reeves,
Mike Lavigne,
Dolores & Father Gordon,

Contact our church office to
add a name to our prayer list: 903-455-5030. Names remain
for one month unless
renewed or canceled.
We also pray for our Daughters of the King Ministry as they bring their strength and service together by praying for friends and for the people.

You may also add people to the list by filling out a DOK confidential prayer card and putting them in the blue box located in the Narthex.

The Daughters of the King support your prayer needs and wishes. Each Sunday a prayer team will be available to pray with you after the Worship Service in the choir area after the 10:30 service. If you would like additional information, please see a DOK member.

They also have a intercessory prayer box on the table in the Narthex to deposit prayer requests. Prayer request cards may be found in the pews and beside the box in the Narthex. Daughters pray daily. All prayers are confidential. Each person is prayed for one month. If you wish for continued prayers, please complete another request card or contact a Daughter.

You may call the church office (903-455-5030) and specify it is for the DOK intercessory prayer list. You can hand the card to a Daughter (she is always wearing her cross).

You can make your checks payable to "St. Paul's Episcopal Church" and mail them to:

St. Paul's Episcopal Church
8320 Jack Finney Blvd. 
Greenville, TX 75402
You can also make your donations at http://stpaulstx.org/giving/ to make a donation using your credit or debit card via PayPal or Tithe.ly.
Lenten Contemplation
Andy Stanley's, Christian: It’s not what you think is our Lenten
program for 2021. The program
will continue through all the Thursdays of March.

As in year’s past, our program will be in Clardy Hall on Thursday
nights, starting with dinner at 6:00 pm, the program at 6:30, and small group discussion until 7:30. We’re looking for hosts to handle one of the dinners. Available dates are March 11 and March 18.
Please contact the Parish Office at 903-455-5030 to sign up!
Since we’re doing so much online our Google, YouTube, Facebook reviews are particularly important. Please take the time to give us a 5-star review! : https://g.page/r/CfEFxlXVrQvbEAg/review

  • Our Sunday services are available live at 10:25 am (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCmlrRFxbQF7CSAnFS8H9FA) and Facebook (https://facebook.com/stpaulsepiscopalgreenville). Our recorded Sunday service is broadcast on the GEUS community Channel (Channel 34) on Wednesdays at 8 am and 6 pm. Previously recorded services may be accessed anytime on our Facebook and YouTube pages. The recorded sermons may be found on our website as MP3s.
  • Remote Eucharist continues, and a few parishioners are helping me to distribute the Eucharist to parishioners’ homes on Wednesdays and Thursdays. Please let me know by email if you’d like to receive the Holy Sacrament remotely. The best way to contact me is fathernickfunk@gmail.com.
  • The Parish office remains closed; however we continue to check voicemails and emails regularly.
  • The St. Paul’s Zoom Meeting may be found at https://zoom.us/j/9037772020. Our Meeting ID is: 903 777 2020. To call in, use one tap mobile: +13462487799,,9037772020# or to dial: +1 346 248 7799.
  • Morning Prayer on Wednesdays at 10:30 via a Zoom meeting, and upload it live if Zoom and Facebook work together (about 75% success rate).
Masks worn by all at worship. Please bring your own!
Only one entrance. Sanitizers
will be located there.
separated by 10 feet.
No tactile passing of the Peace

Indoor services will not have congregational singing.
Collection plate placed at
entrance to the Nave
Bread only communion distributed within Diocesan protocols.
Join us for coffee hour

Dear Brothers and Sisters,
Greetings in Christ. Thank you for your faithfulness and your patience in this season of both uncertainty and hope. There are considerable improvements in our situation: more vaccines, downward trends. Ahead early in the fourth quarter is not the time to let up! So we continue with the same protocols: allowing indoor worship safely (masked, distanced, without singing, what we call Step C), and encouraging outdoor worship, with singi: ng, which will get easier as we move into the spring.  Throughout the past year we have learned that worship which follows these protocols has been safe, and that each of our problems has resulted from not doing so. Click to continue reading
Episcopal Diocese of Dallas Podcasts
Daily podcast from the clergy of the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas offers a reflection on scripture from the Old Testament Reading of the Daily Office Morning Prayer.

These podcasts can be found on our Facebook page
Fr. Nick will be offering the podcast on March 17th

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