Join us at Noon today for healing service.
Welcome to St Paul’s!
The Flowers on the altar are given to the Glory of God and in memory of Madeline Scappatura by Paula Scappatura and family. May light perpetual shine upon her.
The Sanctuary Candle is given to the Glory of God by Fr. Shawn Williams and Dr. Gregory DeJean in thanksgiving for the wedding of Blaire Brown and Jordan Brower. May God’s blessings be on them in their years to come.
Please join us for hospitality in the Common Room after the 10am service. Thank you to the Stone family for hosting coffee hour today. There is a sign-up sheet with open dates for hosting. If you aren’t able to Host but would like to sponsor Hospitality Hour, speak with Jon Wyatt or Georgia Ravener.
James Ritchie is participating in a Yankee Candle fundraiser to benefit the Boy Scouts. You can place orders online at Yankeecandlefundraising.com, account James 22, or for more information, see James directly.
Please join us for the Mid-Week Healing Service on Wednesdays at Noon.
The donation letter for All Saints Day memorials has been sent out. If you did not get one there are extra ones in the Narthex. Deadline for your memorials is October 31. Any questions call Maryellen in the Parish Office.
You may have noticed the work being done on the doors. While still a work in progress, please take a moment to say thanks to Fred Holzkamp for all his work and to Fr. Shawn for supplying the materials.
The Outreach Committee is collecting winter coats, gloves, hats, mittens, boots, etc. Drop off anytime during office hours, on Sunday mornings, or call Fr. Shawn.
St Paul’s will be distributing winter coats, hats, boots, etc during our November Fellowship Cafe on Saturday, November 18th.
If you have winter gear you would like to donate, please bring it by the church during regular business hours (9:00 am to 2:00pm Monday – Friday) anytime before November 18th.
Clean out your closets and help keep your neighbors warm!
Presiding Bishop and Primate Michael B. Curry and the primates of the Anglican Communion prayed to honor the victims of the shooting in Las Vegas, Nevada.
More than 50 people were killed and more than 500 were injured in a shooting on the Las Vegas Strip on Sunday evening, marking the worst mass shooting on American soil.
The primates have gathered at Canterbury Cathedral for their Oct. 2-6 meeting.
Statement from the primates
The following is a statement from the primates of the Anglican Communion to Bishop Dan Edwards of the Diocese of Nevada.
We were greatly distressed to learn of the dreadful events in Las Vegas last night. The scale of the loss of life and the numbers of injured is truly shocking. We are sending our deepest condolences to you and to the people of your diocese – in particular, the people of Las Vegas.
We are praying for the families and friends of those who have died and for the many people who have been wounded. We remember, too, everyone else caught up in this tragedy – including the emergency services (first responders). We pray that the peace of the Lord Jesus Christ will be with the people of Las Vegas as they endure this trauma.