Posts by LFields (Page 3)

Read the July Apostle

The July 2017  issue of St. Paul’s Apostle newsletter has a Q&A with Father Brad Toebben you don’t want to miss!  There’s also a feature article on our sister parish, Christ Church, in Orforla, Nigeria, as well as an at-a-glance preview of Adult Formation for the month. Read it here. July 2017 Apostle for the […]

Christmas Services at St. Paul’s

Fr. Virgil Robinson is returning to be our Celebrant on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. Given our guest Celebrant and Christmas Day falling on a Sunday, we want to make sure everyone’s aware our service times for that weekend are a little different from our usual fare: Christmas Eve Family Service: 4:00 p.m. (no pageant, but the […]

Paul Haubrich leads a tour of the historic cemetery.

Memorial Day at Forest Home Cemetery Monday, May 30

St. Paul’s observance of Memorial Day at Forest Home Cemetery is a venerable tradition of faith, remembrance, honor and history come alive.  Join us. 11AM – A Memorial Service will be held in the Landmark Chapel, led by Rev. Steven Teague, Rector, St. Paul’s Church, with music selections by members of St. Paul’s Choir. Noon […]


Pentecost is this Sunday!

THIS COMING SUNDAY WE CELEBRATE THE FEAST OF PENTECOST. Remember to wear RED, the liturgical color of Pentecost, to “show your colors.” And as in the past, to symbolize (mildly) the disruption and disorder of that first Pentecost, change your usual seating in the nave (and if someone is in your usual pew, be nice). […]

Summer Reading

St. Paul’s lending library, located in the Community Room, is filled with new donations from parishioners.  Browse the spirituality section to find inspiration for your prayer life, and the history and theology areas for ideas and information.  The fiction section offers novels relevant to the Episcopal Church and the Anglican Tradition, both contemporary and classic. […]