Live Stream Worship
Our new live stream cameras and sound upgrades in the nave are a profound demonstration of St. Paul’s generosity and hospitality. The quality of the video and sound is clear, and after the mics are installed in the choir area, the system will be complete. It will give us many years of live streaming.
Beginning this Sunday, July 24th, you can access the live link on our website, recording the 10:30 a.m. Sunday Eucharist. Making available our joyful praise of God, our thanksgiving for God’s abundance, and our approach to the altar for the first time in 2 1/2 years strengthens and deepens this amazing call of God to hospitality of all kinds in all places.
I often quote Brother Luke of the Society of St. John the Evangelist, who writes movingly about monastic hospitality, a Christian practice for us all. Profoundly, hospitality is about saving lives. Brother Luke writes, “Hospitality is not about entertaining, not about impressing others with our stuff, nor is it only expressed in sharing meals and shelter. It is about saving lives, for our journeys are challenging, and we need one another.”
The Rev. Carolyn H. Eklund