News from
St. Paul's Church
STAYING CONNECTED
THROUGH PRAYER, FORMATION, AND FELLOWSHIP
SPECIAL COLLECTION THIS SUNDAY
The Memorial Scholarship Fund was created as a living memorial to those from our parish who gave their lives in the Second World War. The Fund exists to this day to support all of our young parishioners as they seek higher education. The loose-plate offering will be given to this fund (for checks -- memo: Scholarship Fund). Thank you for your generosity.
TRINITY SUNDAY
May 30th
8am & 10:30am
8:00am: Holy Communion
10:30am: Holy Communion
Fellowship in Paul's Cross following

Live-Stream at 10:30am via YouTube Live

Face Masks and Distancing for all attendees remains our conventions while indoors.

Registration is requested for the 10:30am Service
RESUMING ON JUNE 3rd

Our Outdoor Eucharist will resume on Thursdays at 5:30pm.

All are welcome.

Seating provided or bring your own comfy chair.

Masks optional.
Lifelong Christian Learning
Keep an eye out here for information about an upcoming special event and a Summer Bible Study.
Memorial Scholarship Fund 
Deadline is FRIDAY

The St. Paul’s Church Memorial Scholarship Fund is funded by the Vestry to provide scholarship aid for members of pledging families of St. Paul’s and their children who have graduated from high school and who are enrolled in full time college programs.

Please contact Rev. Jay Burkardt for an application at jburkardt@stpaulsec.org.
Outreach Opportunities
Worship Opportunities
SUNDAY LITURGY
LIVE-STREAM
10:30am
A link for Sunday Worship will be e-mailed out on Saturday evening and will also be available on our website: 
WEDNESDAY NOON EUCHARIST
The Holy Eucharist will be celebrated in the Chantry on Wednesdays beginning June 2nd.
BEGINNING JUNE 3rd
Morning Prayer via Zoom is held on Thursdays at 8:00am. To join, have your BCP handy (if possible) and click HERE
Noonday Prayer is offered TUESDAYS via Facebook Live. Use this link to view:  https://www.facebook.com/stpaulsec/live/
Parish Prayer List
We entrust into your unfailing care, merciful God: 

Those for whom our prayers have been requested: Anne, Patty, Jeff & Cassie, Ken & Carolyn, Kathleen, Bob, Bill, Joan & Bill, Jeanne, Nancy, Wanda, Gerry, Steve, Jean, Case, Nancy, Gordon, Diane, Christine, Benjamin, Tim.

Those who are anxious, lonely, or despondent; for the unemployed, underemployed, and destitute. 

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; and all those elected or appointed to positions of public trust.

With thanksgiving: our health care professionals, first responders, essential workers, and farmworkers.

Those who have died and 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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