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The June 2022 Messenger Is Here
First Sunday Life Together Worship
Sunday, June 5th wewill worship together for
First Sundays Life Together Worship!
Join us at 10:30 am in the Nave
and on Facebook Live.
Special Project: Stick around after worship and join Family Ministries as we make a special item for Lay Pastoral Visitors to deliver to those in their care. Many helping hands will be needed and appreciated! SUNDAY, June 5th
Day of Pentecost
FIRST SUNDAY LIFE TOGETHER WORSHIP
|FAMILY MINISTRIESJoin Us|
In 2 weeks on June 12th,
For WorshipFamily Ministries Sunday Schedule
9 am Modified Eucharist
in the Great Hall & on Zoom
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 966 1711 1762
Please note starting 6/12 there is no Family Group or Youth Group this summer. Outside toys will be available for folks to enjoy in the garden after 9am worship. (6/12 is our Desert of Maine outing!) See our summer schedule below!
in our Guidelines
Worship & Gatherings
in the Building Family Ministries Summer GatheringsJoin us for various activities and outings throughout the summer!Waivers are required for every participant.Our next outing will be on June 12th!Summer Schedule Click HereWe will carry on this summer with 9am Family Worship. We will not have a formal Family Group lesson, though the outside toys will be available for you to stay and enjoy playing in the Garden. While we will not be having Family Group, we WILL BE enjoying some fun outdoor activities together over the course of the summer. REGISTER TODAY
Please fill out this updated registration form for children participating in Family Ministry offerings.Safe Church Training
https://episcopalmaine.org/resources/safe-church-training/The Diocese of Maine (“the Diocese”) is committed to the prevention of child abuse of all forms. The purpose of this policy is to help the church to be a safe place for all who worship, or minister, or come in any sort of need, including children, youth, and those who work with them. We believe that this policy is one aspect of honoring our baptismal vows to “respect the dignity of every human being.”SUNDAY WORSHIPFirst Sunday Life Together
10:30 a.m. Modified Eucharist
in the Nave and on Facebook
Click on the link below to view from home:
To watch on Facebook
for the Worship Booklet
for the St. Paul’s Announcements
ReadingsActs 2:1-21John 14:8-17, (25-27)Psalm 104:25-35, 37Lectionary PageAfter Worship, June 5th
Intergenerational project for Lay Pastoral Visitors
Adult Formation meeting in the Library
JUNE 5TH NO EXPLORING THE SERMON
EXPLORING THE SERMON WILL RETURN ON JUNE 12TH
PARISH ANNOUNCEMENTSLike many of us, you may be struggling to make sense of racist violence against Americans of color, including the recent murders in Buffalo. While there are no easy answers, the Sacred Ground program provides a supportive environment and clear curriculum to help us to gain a better understanding of how we have gotten to this place and to envision a different way forward. We are now taking registrations for groups beginning this summer and fall, and hope you will consider joining us. We offer groups on Zoom and in-person, and we make the schedule based on participant availability. Sacred Ground is for anyone who wants to join with others to understand racism more clearly and to take a step towards repair. No matter where you are in your understanding of these issues, you are welcome here! Learn more and register at https://stpaulsmaine.org/learning-sacred-ground-new/ or by contacting our Program Coordinator at SacredGroundME@gmail.com / (207)295-7856. Hard-copy registration forms are also available in the office.
PRAYER REQUESTSMidcoast Hunger Prevention Program
Happy June. School will be getting out in two weeks. This will mean an end to school lunches for many students. Last year MCHPP established 8 sites to provide free lunches. This year they will be doing the same. This is in cooperation with the Summand Food Service Program and the Maine Department of Education. All students from ages 0 to 18 are eligible to receive a free lunch, no questions asked. This is an important program for these children. It is hard to enjoy their summer vacation on an empty stomach. Please help support this program and the other programs that MCHPP sponsors with any amount that you can spare. Also please visit the new MCHPP store on their website. You will find a variety of apparel on sale for all ages. This is a new feature they recently began. Send your contribution to MCHPP, 12 Tenney Way, Brunswick, ME 04011.
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Campaign Update: $18,539 donated to date!
Reaching Beyond Our Bounds: Help Us Expand Our Connection to People with New Systems for Sound and Online Streaming
Thanks to a bequest from the late Jo Belknap, we have the opportunity to expand our online worship capacity with a new live streaming system that will be accessed easily and reliably through the St. Paul’s website.