Friday Announcements – March 20, 2020



March 20                   Contemplative Prayer @ 7 pm CANCELLED 

March 24                   Worship Committee Meeting @ 6:30 pm (via teleconference)

March 25                   PIE Meeting @ 3:45 pm CANCELLED

March 26                   Lenten Program @ 6:30 pm CANCELLED

March 27                   TGIFF Social Gathering @ 5:30 pm CANCELLED

MARCH 29    Church Service @ 10 am (via Facebook livestream)


 Online Offering Available

During this time we also ask that you continue to be faithful in your giving because our bills won’t stop coming.  Mail your pledge or click the yellow “Donate” button on our home page at  We appreciate your continued faithfulness!


New Weekly All-Parish Email on Tuesdays

St. Paul’s has launched a new weekly Email to keep you informed about our response to the COVID-19 Pandemic. It will be sent every Tuesday, and it will include information about church closures, new parish initiatives, and volunteer opportunities. Double check your spam folder or “Updates” tab in Gmail if it doesn’t make it to your inbox, or check the front page of the church website.

Our Friday Email with resources and announcements geared towards Sunday worship will continue. To be added to our all-parish Emails, please contact JoAnn, our parish administrator (

To view this Sunday’s bulletin:


St. Paul’s, Meet Zoom!

Thanks to a grant from our diocese, we now have an account with Zoom! Zoom is a teleconference platform that allows people to come together digitally for video conferences and conference calls. It’s a great way to “see” and meet with your friends at   St. Paul’s. If you’d like to use the account for any small group or ministry, Email Rev. Annie ( to get set up. Watch for new Zoom activities in the coming weeks!


Access to Book of Common Prayer
For those who do not have a copy, Church Publishing Inc. has made an easy-to-navigate PDF version of the Book of Common Prayer available (right click on the link to open).


Habits of Grace: An Invitation for You, from Presiding Bishop Michael Curry 
As we learn how to adjust our lives given the reality of the coronavirus and the request to do our part to slow its spread by practicing social distancing, you are invited to join Bishop Curry each week to take a moment to cultivate a “habit of grace.” A new meditation will be posted on Mondays through May.