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Dates to Remember: Family Ministries New Sunday Schedule
Starts Sunday 9/12 9 am Family Worship Family Group following worship, ending by 10:15
12-1 pm, 2nd & 4th Sundays Middle & High School Youth Group
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!
Updated Gathering Guidelines here.
Schedule for Upcoming Sundays
Sunday 9/12: The Move to Morning Worship and Family Group!:
Family Worship moves to 9 am followed by Family Group!
Family programming will end by 10:15 am.
Youth Group will move to 12-1 pm the 2nd and 4th Sundays
Starting 9/12 Family Group following 9am worship on Sundays.
Join as we pray, play, and spend time in story!
If you are interested in joining a Family Group please reach out to Rev. Katie.
Please wear a mask, practice physical distance
Starting 9/12 Family Group will meet following 9am Family worship
All Things Youth
Hello St. Paul’s Middle & High School Youth!
2nd & 4th Sundays
12-1pm in the Garden.
Please wear a mask, practice physical distance, and bring your own water and snack should you need them.
*9/12 We will switch to 12-1pm
Faith at Home
Here are some helpful resources to keep you and your family faithfully connecting.
Holy Troublemakers and Unconventional Saints. An illustrated children’s storybook about people of diverse faiths who rocked the religious boat on behalf of love and justice.
Common Prayer for Children and Families. Whimsical, simple illustrations and prayers drawn from Episcopal prayer resources Common Prayer for Children and Families is a collection of prayers and liturgies written for kids and the adults or communities who pray with them.
Faith at Home, lectionary based family devotions.
Enjoy some Bible Stories brought us by Godly Play. Well suited for the youngest among us.
Check out the new children’s book Netflix show: Bookmarks: Celebrating Black Voices
The Center for Racial Justice in Education has some great resources to help families in the work of racial justice.
Family Sermon by Rev. Dr. Mark Bozzuti-Jones about the sin of racism.
A list of resources from some Episcopal friends in North Carolina.
A short family guide to supporting racial justice now.
Book Lists: (various social justice topics, including racial justice)
Social Justice Books; A Teaching for Change Project
Act for Social Justice
Embrace Race: “Diverse” Books for Children
Anti-Racism Books for Elementary Students
Indigo Arts Alliance Book list
21 Anti-Racism Videos To Share With Kids: These helpful videos cover a variety of topics to help us talk together about race and racial justice.
They’re Not Too Young to Talk About Race: This helpful chart breaks down concepts of race that children can engage with based upon age.
Sunday Junior Paper – Click to Read!
MCHPP Program Support
On August 30th Brunswick schools will open for the 2021-2022 school year. The good news is that children will be able to receive free lunches; however, it does not solve the entire problem of food insecurity. MCHPP will again start up their Backpack Program. providing nutritious food to the children to help them get through the weekend when school is not in session. The children can pick up a bag of food anonymously. The food is the type that will not spoil. MCHPP will have to purchase most of the food used in this program. Please consider writing a check in any amount to MCHPP, 12 Tenney Way, Brunswick, ME 04011. Put Backpack Program on the memo line.
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