Blessings to St. Paul’s Beloved Family Eucharist Congregation!
Join us for Worship
January 16th, The Second Sunday After The Epiphany
The Sunday before Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. day
Family Group following worship, 9:30 in the Garden ending by 10:15
12-1 pm, 2nd & 4th Sundays Middle & High School Youth Group
MLK Day Panel to Discuss
‘The State of Civil Rights in Maine’
January 17th, 9:30-10:45 a.m.
Maine’s attorney general and four other individuals with differing personal and professional perspectives will address the topic “The State of Civil Rights in Maine” as part of eastern and central Maine’s 2022 Martin Luther King, Jr. Day celebration.
The free, online event will be livestreamed on YouTube from 9:30-10:45 a.m. on Monday, January 17. The MLK Day celebration is co-sponsored by the Greater Bangor Area Branch NAACP and the University of Maine Alumni Association.
Family Ministries Sunday Schedule
9am Family Worship
9:30am Family Group
12-1pm, 2nd & 4th Sundays Middle
& High School Youth Group
(Guidelines subject to change as pandemic unfolds.)
Based on the most recent CDC instructions,
please follow our guidelines for safer in-person indoor worship:
- We will require that you wear a mask. (sanitizer & masks will be at each entrance)
- Double masking is recommended by the Maine CDC and the Diocese of Maine. Feel free to take one of our masks for double masking
- We will encourage three feet of physical distancing. (Seating will be clearly marked and ushers will help us keep our distance. Please only pass the peace to those near you to limit movement around the Hall and Nave)
- We will say the responses, but no congregational singing. (The choir will sing)
- We will not come forward to receive the bread or wine; communion of one kind from pews.
- We will limit two people or family units in each restroom, masked.
- We will not require a limit on the number of people in attendance, and will use the Vestibule for overflow seating.
- We will not offer in person fellowship after worship.
Our dear friend Caroline Russel died Wednesday afternoon, December 15th, and now rests in God’s eternal love and peace.
Her faithfulness, generous spirit, heart for justice, and straight forward presence will be greatly missed.
Our prayers are with her family, especially her daughter Kayte.
Click on this link to view her obituary in the Times Record.
A memorial service and interment will take place at
St Paul’s on June 4, 2022 at 11am.
Memories and condolences may be shared at http://www.brackettfh.com.
Free Worms and Indoor Compsters
Join us for an informative class and adopt your own pet worms. They come with a secure home, a class on how to take care of them andongoing support from Jock of Mainely Worm Bins.
Register to participate at Curtis Memorial Library: https://
CASTINGS CAUSE MAGIC
Join us to learn from Jock Robie of Mainely Worm Bins, and take home your own free bin and worms.
Compost in a way that provides you with excellent garden nutrients and learn why worms make the best pets. Worms are known for their powerful castings, which provide excellent fertilizers for indoor or outdoor plants. Bring home your very own nutrient engines. Harvesters do not have to register for the class but are encouraged to show up to receive help with their first sorting.
YOU ARE LOVED!
Here at St. Paul’s we are committed to making sure all feel welcome! No matter who you are and what body you walk this life in, you are loved by God and by us. You were perfectly made just as you are and are becoming! Check out this article from Build Faith on Gender Inclusive Children’s Ministry. Soon we will offer pins to be worn during 9am worship to help us honor the chosen pronouns of each individual.
Mask up St. Paul’s!
Mask up St. Paul’s!
Please don’t forget to wear your mask while at church.
Let’s do all we can to keep
one another safe!
All Things Youth
Family Group follows 9am worship on Sundays.
Join as we pray, play, and spend time in story!
Please note: Wear a mask and practice physical distance
Hello St. Paul’s Middle & High School Youth! 2nd & 4th Sundays 12-1pm.
Please wear a mask, practice physical distance, and bring your own water and snack should you need them.