St Paul's Church

Twenty-second Sunday
after
Pentecost
Today at St. Paul’s       
Sun., October 21st
8:00 am        Holy Eucharist Rite I    
10:00 am      Holy Eucharist Rite II
10:00 am      Church School/Nursery Care during service
12:30 pm      NLM Services in Church
7:00 pm        NIANA Meeting in Parish House
 
This Week at St. Paul’s
Daily
8:00 am-7:00 pm  The Church is open for prayer
 
Mon.-Fri.
8:30 am-12:30 pm Parish Office is open
 
Mon., October 22nd
7:00 pm    NIANA Meeting in Parish House
 
Tues., October 23rd
10:00 am   Sherburne Commons Worship
6:30 pm    Handbell Practice
7:00 pm    NLM in Church
 
Wed., October 24th
8:30 am    Holy Eucharist
9:30 am    Staff Meeting
7:00 pm    NLM Bible Study
7:00 pm    NIANA Meeting in Parish House
 
Thurs., October 25th
11:30 am    Bible Study Group in Parish House
 
Fri., October 26th
4:00 pm      Somewhat Spooky Halloween
7:00 pm      NIANA Meeting in Parish House
8:00 pm      Experimental Halloween Event
 
Sat., October 27th
9:00 am     Centering Prayer Group
10:00 am   Youth Choristers Rehearsal
3:00 pm     Somewhat Spooky Halloween
4:00 pm     Choir Rehearsal in Parish House
7:00 pm     NLM in Church and Gardner Hall
 
Sun., October 28th
8:00 am      Holy Eucharist Rite I    
10:00 am    Holy Eucharist Rite II
10:00 am    Church School/Nursery Care during service
12:30 pm    NLM Services in Church
7:00 pm      NIANA Meeting in Parish House
Happening Soon
Hospital Visit
If you or a loved one are in the hospital or home bound, please let us know if you would like a visit. Please notify Father Max at 508-228-0916 ext. 11 or 302-542-5587.
One-Sunday Service Returns on November 4th
On November 4th, we will begin worshipping together in one Sunday service at 9:30am. Followed by a breakfast cooked by men of our Parish.
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St. Paul's Somewhat-Spooky Halloween
October 26, 4 -7 pm/October 27, 3-6 pm
 
How you can help:
Volunteer: help with crafts, games, or Halloween science lab
                be a "cast member" for the Fright Room
Lend: indoor/outdoor decorations, friendly or spooky
                white or orange light strands
Donate: clean 2 liter or 1 liter bottles with lids
clean gallon milk or water jugs with lids
black sheets/cloth
supplies for Halloween Science Lab
cotton balls
baster
water bottle with caps
double-sided tape
3- liquid dish soap
4- pancake syrup
4- rubbing alcohol
2- shower curtain rods
assorted food coloring
large bags of Skittles, M&Ms, and Candy Corn
Empty tissue boxes

 
All donations may be delivered to the office.
Thank you!!
Contact Pam Goddard
           pjgoddard13@gmail.com/508-228-6184                      
Fall Work Weekend - Saturday, November 3rd
9am-noon and noon-3pm
Volunteers are needed for Parish House window washing, Fall yardwork, painting and straightening of fences. Paint and sand paper will be provided.

We will have window washing equipment ready for all. All window washing will be what can be accomplished from inside, with no ladders to the exterior. 
General cleaning supplies will be available as needed.
Please advise Christine in the church office -
office@stpaulschurchnantucket.org or 508-228-0916 - if you can help and specify whether you will come in the morning or afternoon. We'll meet in the parking lot.
Christmas
Market
Donations

We need your help stocking our annual
Christmas Market.
 
So we’re “making a list and checking it twice” to make it easy for you to know what we CAN (nice) take and sell and what we CAN’T (naughty).
 
               NICE                                    NAUGHTY
 
                Silver                                 ANYTHING WITH A PLUG
         Tabletop items                                     Pots and Pans
Gently used Christmas décor                       Furniture
    Christmas ornaments                                  Tools
Creches and Advent Calendars                     Books
                 Art                                                Stuffed Animals
             Antiques                                (without content tags)
   New wrapping paper                                     Rugs
            Gift Tags                                                 Pillows
     Handcrafted items                                      Bedding
 Nantucket memorabilia                     Dish drying racks
 Santas, Angels, Reindeer                      Used clothing
 Anything you’d LOVE                   Anything you would NOT
       to give or get for                           want to unwrap on
            Christmas                                 Christmas morning
 
REMEMBER - most of the Christmas Market customers come over on the boat and want smaller, portable items they can easily take home with them.
 
We are not collecting items for the Fair or Hodge Podge at this time.   
Nantucket’s Freemasons Open House & Food Drive
The Brothers of Union Lodge join with the Nantucket Interfaith Council in extending an invitation to attend an Open House and Food Drive on Saturday, October 20 from 9:00 am until 3:00 pm. Please bring nonperishable food items to the Union Lodge Foyer, located on the second floor of Freemasons Hall, 30 Main St.
 
Representatives from the Nantucket Interfaith Council will be available to answer questions about their programs and initiatives. Members of Union Lodge will also be   
on-hand to answer questions about Freemasonry and show you around the Lodge room.
Buildings and Grounds committee
We kindly ask if you see some aspect of the campus in disrepair or in need of attention please report via email to “St. Paul’s Office Manager”
office@stpaulschurchnantucket.org.We will attend to it as soon as we can. Thank you!



Christian Education Opportunities
Wednesday Eucharist
Holy Eucharist at 8:30 am in the Chapel. 
 
 
 
Thursday Bible Study
Based on or lectionary : readings from Scripture appointed to be read the following Sunday. St. Paul’s Bible Study Group meets on Thursdays, 11:30-12:30 in the Parish House. For more information, contact Father Max, or Lucy Bixby, bixbyphoto@gmail.com
ALL are welcome!
 
Centering Prayer Group
Saturdays, 9:00 am -10:00 am
St. Paul’s Parish House
Led by Sister Susanna Margaret 
This weekly group includes an opening prayer or meditation, a 20-minute practice of Centering Prayer (silent sitting), a scripture reading, and a time for discussion.
National Alliance on Mental Illness
For support, education, and advocacy for mental illness please contact Nantucket’s Program Coordinator Suzanne Fronzuto at
508-221-6202 or NAMIonNantucket@gmail.com
 
Sharon Robinson will arrange and deliver today’s altar flowers to those who are ill, recovering from surgery, needing cheer and/or celebrating a special event or achievement. Thank you for helping.
 
Yvette St. Jean, Libby Tracey and Penny Macintyre will provide the refreshments for Coffee Hour. Thank you for your help.
We pray for: Justin, Archbishop of Canterbury; Michael our Presiding Bishop; Alan, our Bishop; Gayle, our Suffragan Bishop; Max our Priest and Susan, our Deacon. 
 
We pray for: Howard, Gil, Blair, Molly, Hilary, Jeff, Judy, Victoria, Pamela, Ray, Priscilla, Philip, Libby, Betsy, Beverly, Sandra, Christian, Bill, Jenn, Debbe, Olivia, Marianne, Felix, Joan, June.
 
The Anglican Cycle of Prayer: The Most Rev. Dr. Daniel Sarfo, Primate and Metropolitan, CPWA; Archbishop of the Internal province of Ghana and Bishop of Kumasi.
The Diocesan Cycle of Prayer:
Parish of St. John the Evangelist,   
Hingham; St. John’s Church, Holbrook; Trinity Church, Marshfield; Church of Our Saviour, Milton; Order of St. Luke.
 
We pray for: The men and women serving in our Armed Forces; easing of racial tensions in our country; those with mental illness and their families; healing and peace among peoples and nations throughout the world; the President of the United States, the United States Congress, the Supreme Court and all in authority; our brothers and sisters from other faiths; our Companion Church: San Juan Evangelista, in Vertientes, Cuba; our local Food Pantry, the Rental Assistance Program .
St. Paul's By-Laws
The Constitution and By-Laws that govern our church are posted on the St. Paul’s website in the About Us section. In addition, hard copies of it are available in the sanctuary

P.O. Box Discontinued
Effective March 31, 2018, St. Paul's will no longer be maintaining a U.S. mail box. Please address all mail to the church at 20 Fair Street, Nantucket, MA 02554