|What’s Happening at St. Paul’s|
|Presiding Bishop Michael Curry’s 2021 Easter message|
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The Easter Vigil
Saturday, April 3 7:00 pm
A Service of Light, lighting of Paschal candle and reading of salvation history St. Paul’s parking lot and streamed on Facebook Live. Bring your bells to ring!
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Sunday, April 4
9:30 a.m. Family Worship
Rev. Katie Holicky and musician Susan Brown will lead us in a time of song, prayer, story, and sharing with our friends!
Here is the link for the Zoom gathering.
Click here for the 9:30 Family Worship Booklet
10:30 a.m. Spiritual Eucharist
Click on the links below:
for the Worship Booklet
for the St. Paul’s Announcements
Isaiah 25:6-9 1 Corinthians 15:1-11
Mark 16:1-8 Psalm 118:1-2, 14-24
Explore the Sermon over coffee on Zoom
Sunday, 11:30 am
Join in for a facilitated virtual gathering to check in with each other and explore the morning’s sermon.
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Daily Morning Prayer and Compline — Join us every morning and evening on St. Paul’s Facebook Live for Morning Prayer and Compline, 7:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Ritalee Doty’s children are asking for someone to give her baby grand piano a good home. It is being given away. Contact the rector for details.
Rev. Carolyn Eklund will be on vacation April 5-12 and April 26—May 10.
Rev. Katie Holicky will be on vacation April 12-21.
Earth Care Meeting
Earth Care ministry group will meet in person in the memorial garden on April 25 at 1:00 pm.
Have you been wondering about how you might learn more about the history of racism in our nation and how you might consider your own call to anti-racism learning and formation? Have you been wondering about joining a Sacred Ground Circle? This Spring St. Paul’s will begin a second round of Sacred Ground Circles!
If you are interested in joining please email Rev. Katie Holicky (firstname.lastname@example.org). For more information on Sacred Ground visit https://www.episcopalchurch.org/sacred-ground/
Midcoast Hunger Prevention Program — THANK YOU!
Dear people of St. Paul’s, I want to extend a heartfelt thank you for your contributions to last Saturday’s food drive. In the seven years that we have been supporting MCHPP in their mission to feed the hungry, it was the most successful ever. This will help feed many families and seniors as we go through coping with Covid-19. We still need to support them with the checks that we write. The end of this pandemic is in sight, but it will be a while before we get to the point we were before it started. I hope that you will continue to do this in any amount you can spare. Again, thank you for your contributions last Saturday. Bill Edman
Help Needed with St. Paul’s Research
Charla A. Spann is researching and documenting information on all the different types of Fiber/Fabric used at St. Paul’s. Currently, she is focusing on the Altar Hangings and other Fabrics used at the services – Chasubles, Stoles, Banners, etc. Anyone who can share information on the history of any of these items, please contact Charla at email@example.com.
Choir Rehearsal and Hymn Sings
There will be no choir rehearsal this Wednesday, April 7th.
There is no Hymn Sing in April.
Pray for new life in our homes, our families, and our communities.
We pray for:
Christy, Ryan & family, Ray, John, David, Judi, Nick, Bob, Kathy, Skip, the Blackburn family, Willow, Ann, Jim, Lollie, James, Dave, Caroline, Jeffrey, Carol, Roger W, Harlan, Shirley, Rob, Rick+, and Elizabeth
Jennifer, John, Reeve, Victor, Travis & family, Ben, Diane, Nate, Priscilla, Garrett, Elliot, Marcia, Lynn, Bill, Bob, Paul, Sue, Nan, Clare, Cameron, Barbara, Carol, Chris+, Christy, Michael, Ryan, Ralph, and Jacob
Matthew, Herb, Gair, baby Thomas, Jason, Annie, Terry, Mark, Donelda, Sudie, Pat, Marie, Michael, Debbie, Carol, Ron, Hope, Therese, Lois, Virginia, Sally, Steve, Luke, Catarina, Jen, Richelle, and all essential workers
Call or email the parish office if you would like a name to be placed on the prayer list. The names will be removed after three months unless otherwise notified.
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