Entries by St. Paul's

October 8, 2023. Nineteenth Sunday after Pentecost. The sermon preached by Rev. Andree Appel

                                                                 Indigenous People’s Day                                                             Tomorrow, Maine along with 14  other states and several municipalities, will observe Indigenous Peoples Day, formerly known as Columbus Day. Columbus set out in search of new land and resources. In his quest, he was empowered by the Church, specifically by something called the Doctrine of Discovery.  In essence, the […]

“My heart is full of love …”

Beloved Friends,      My heart is full of love, joy, and gratitude for you! The party Saturday was absolutely a heavenly experience with a joyful and loving crowd. Thank you all for your presence. It was a gift to me. Thank you too, for the beautiful spread of food and the gorgeous flowers. I love […]

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October 1, 2023, Eighteenth Sunday After Pentecost. Sermon preached by Rev. Carolyn H. Eklund

Year A; Proper 21; 10.1.2023, The Rector’s Retirement Sermon                 Philippians 2:1-13 [Act out Acts 16 – Paul, Silas, Timothy meet Lydia and her household at the River near Philippi. Props:  1.purple shawl, two other scarves             2.Name tags: “PAUL” “SILAS” “TIMOTHY”             3.Blue streamers for river water.             We are the faith community called St. […]