Posts from March 2020

Be Still and Know

From the Rector March 31, 2020 I’ve been thinking alot about Lazarus the last couple of days. What would it be like to return from the dead? Perhaps much the same as to be half dead. Many of us can identify with the latter. It seems as if we are half alive: tied-up at home, […]

If St. Paul’s Walls Could Speak

A Meditative Musical Video It is almost two weeks since we have been outside the walls of St. Paul’s and encouraged to remain within our own. That is so isolating for us and especially those in our community who live in retirement facilities that are under quarantine. We often idealize the reality of early Christianity […]

Messages from the Rector

March 26, 2020 It is almost two weeks since we have been outside the walls of St. Paul’s and encouraged to remain within our own. That is so isolating for us and especially those in our community who live in retirement facilities that are under quarantine. We often idealize the reality of early Christianity and […]

Prayer for Corona Pandemic

As the number of infections, hospitalizations and deaths continue to increase, many of us experience the grip of a paralysis. Yet, in our Christian faith, our ability to move and find calm and center in the midst of fear and the unknown has always be assisted through prayer. This is so much more that case […]

Bridging the Distance

As concerns about the new coronavirus kept some at home, St. Paul’s streamed parts of an outreach forum and worship service on Facebook, for the first time. Find links to the videos below — and watch for more broadcasts on future Sundays.