St Paul's Church
Fourth Sunday in Lent
Today at St. Paul’s       
Sun., Mar. 11th      Youth Sunday
9:30 am                    Holy Eucharist Rite II
9:30 am                    Nursery Care during service
11:30 am                  Meeting with Vestry Members
1:00 pm-3:30pm     NLM Services in Church
7:00 pm                   NLM Meeting in Church
7:00 pm                    NIANA Meeting in Parish House
This Week at St. Paul’s
8:00 am-7:00 pm  The Church is open for prayer
8:30 am-12:30 pm Parish Office is open
Mon., March 12th 
7:00 pm    NIANA Meeting in Parish House
Tues., March 13th 
10:00 am   Sherburne Commons Worship
7:00 pm    NIANA Meeting in Parish House
Wed., March 14th
8:30 am    Holy Eucharist
9:30 am    Staff Meeting 
7:00 pm    NLM Service
7:00 pm    NIANA Meeting in Parish House
Thurs., Mar. 15th
11:30 am   Book Group in Parish House
5:30 pm     Habitat Board Meeting
7:30 pm     Movie Night: The Quiet Man
Fri., Mar. 16th
7:00 pm     NIANA Meeting in Parish House
Sat., Mar. 17th
9:00 am     Centering Prayer in Parish House
4:00 pm     Adult Choir Rehearsal
Sun., Mar. 18th      
9:30 am      Holy Eucharist Rite I
9:30 am      Church School/Nursery Care during service
7:00 pm      NIANA Meeting in Parish House
Happening Soon
Middle School Movie Night 
Saturday, March 10th, with doors opening at 6:00pm and pickup at 8:30pm. We are showing “The Lego Movie” Rated : PG and there will be popcorn and drinks served for all to enjoy.
All middle school aged children are welcome. Seating is limited so RSVP soon, by contacting Deanna McCormack 508-325-1509 or Christine in the Church Office. If you have questions, or would like to be involved just let us know.
Vestry Update 
Sunday, March 11th at 11:30am in the Chapel      
Members of the Vestry will have a meeting to answer any questions and address any concerns the congregation might have.

Movie Night
Thursday, March 15th in the Parish House
7:00pm doors open and movie begins at 7:30pm
Movie and refreshments are Free
The Quiet Man (1952)
The ultimate Irish film starring John Wayne and Maureen O’Hara.
Lent Materials
There are Lent Resources for children and adults: (please find these in the Narthex).

                                             Daily Lenten reflections by SSJE :
                                             “Meeting Jesus” at the following link:
St. Paul’s hosted its fourth monthly “free laundry” event at Holdgates Laundromat on February 14. Providing each patron tickets good for four loads of laundry, StP assisted 18 families at a cost of $471 in washer and dryer fees.

St. Paul’s will fund its fifth free laundry event at Holdgates Laundromat on Wednesday, March 14, between 2:30 pm and 4:30 pm. Since two of our Outreach Committee members will be in Cuba on that date, we would appreciate having additional volunteers. If you can help, please advise the church office.
Further, if you know someone who would benefit from being able to wash and dry their laundry without cost, please advise them of the March 14 date and time.
We Need Eggs
The Annual St. Paul’s Easter Egg Hunt Easter Sunday, April 1st following the service. We need a lot of eggs so that all the children who participate can find some! Please consider donating a dozen or more plastic eggs each filled with individually wrapped candy. You can leave them in the back of the Church or in the Parish House on the bench. Please contact ChristineBorneman at  and let her know how you can help.  
Christian Education Opportunities
Mid-week Eucharist
8:30 am Wednesday Holy Eucharist 
Thursday Afternoon Book Group
Thursdays, 11:30 am -12:30 pm
St. Paul’s Parish House
The group will read the following 75 Masterpieces Every Christian Should Know: The Fascinating Stories Behind Great Works of Art, Literature, Music, and Film, by Terry Glaspey. For more information, please contact Lucy Bixby:
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
Sheila Daume, Jean Bennett, and Betty MacDonald are providing the refreshments this Sunday 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; Bud and Barbara, our retired Suffragans; and Peter, our Celebrant

We pray for: Jordan, Larry, Diane, Myrtis, Felix, Andrew, Cathy, Joan, Steve, Mary, June.
The Anglican Cycle of Prayer: The Most Revd and Rt Hon Justin  Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury. 
The Diocesan Cycle of Prayer:
Church of St. Mary of the Harbor, Provincetown; St. John’s Church, Sandwich; St. David’s Church, South Yarmouth; Grace Church, Vineyard Haven; Ministries with the Aging.

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 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