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St. Paul’s Parish Administrator – Full time or Part time St. Paul’s is a thriving faith community of over 400 families located in the heart of Brunswick, Maine in the Diocese of Maine. We are searching for a parish administrator who is highly competent and skilled to perform a broad spectrum of administrative functions efficiently, […]

ADVENT & CHRISTMAS AT ST. PAUL’S

Please invite friends and family to St. Paul’s for Christmas worship. Blue Christmas Eucharist       Thursday, December 19, 11:00 a.m. 4th Sunday of Advent       Sunday, December 22                               8:00 a.m.        Quiet Eucharist                               9:30 a.m.        Family Eucharist                               10:30 a.m.      Eucharist with Choir Christmas Eve Family Holy Eucharist       Tuesday, December 24 […]

March 3, 2024, The Third Sunday in Lent. Sermon Preached By Rev. Katie Holicky

3.3.24 Lent 3     The Rev. Katie Holicky, Assistant Rector Friends, I was so excited to read the very first sentence of the Gospel story today. Did you notice that the Temple had sort of a store going?! I thought, well, maybe we should have a store. Hold on, I’ll be right back. (Hang […]

2.18.24 First Sunday in Lent. Sermon preached by The Rev. Katie Holicky, Assistant Rector 

2.18.24 First Sunday in Lent                 The Rev. Katie Holicky, Assistant Rector  I grew up with a dad who spent a lot of his younger years collecting comic books. To this day our family still has boxes and boxes of his rather large collection. I recall the Marvel […]

January 21, 2024, The Third Sunday After The Epiphany. Sermon preached by Senior Warden, Cliff Ruprecht

Last Sunday, we heard the account in John of the calling of disciples. Today, we hear the synoptic version, as it’s found in Mark. All four versions have this common core: Jesus calls the first disciples to follow, and they do, immediately, dropping everything.  The stories differ in other details, but they share this in […]

January 14, 2024, Second Sunday After The Epiphany. Sermon preached by Rev. Andree Appel

Sermon for Second Sunday After the Epiphany       January 14, 2024 Rev. Deacon Andree Appel Sometimes the Old Testaments readings can be pretty inaccessible- the warring tribes, the sacrificial altars and burnt offerings. But I find today’s reading from Samuel to be one of the loveliest stories of the Old Testament.  It makes me think of […]

January 7, 2024. First Sunday after the Epiphany. Sermon preached by Rev. Katie Holicky.

1.7.24, Baptism of Our Lord: Mark 1:4-11           The Rev. Katie Holicky, Assistant Rector  *** please note this sermon is not the actual text presented via Zoom due to the changes from in person to digital worship due to the snow storm*** If I were to put on say…. THIS (sheep […]

December 31, 2023, First Sunday After Christmas. Sermon preached by Rev. Katie Holicky

12.31.23, John 1:1-18                 The Rev. Katie Holicky, Assistant Rector  Tonight many will celebrate Watch Night. Frederick Douglass said of the first Watch Night on December 31, 1862, “It is a day for poetry and song, a new song. These cloudless skies, this balmy air, this brilliant sunshine […]

December 17, 2023, The Third Sunday of Advent. Sermon preached by Rev. Katie Holicky

12/17/23 Advent 3: John 1:6-8,19-28                 The Rev. Katie Holicky, Assistant Rector  Prophets. Have you ever cried out? Or perhaps heard someone cry out? Not a screaming into the void sort of cry, which I know I have done… maybe you have too. But crying out in those […]

November 26, 2023. The last Sunday after Pentecost, Christ the King. Sermon preached by Rev. Andree Appel

Christ the King                                           November 26, 2023 Gospel Hymn: The King of Love My Shepherd Is This morning, we have come to the end of Chapter 25 of Matthew’s Gospel- The Judgement of Nations. You might think thatan event as momentous as the final judgement might be recounted throughout the New Testament- but Matthew’s is the […]

November 5, 2023. The Feast of All Saints. Sermon preached by Rev. Katie Holicky

1.5.23 The Feast of All Saints Day                 The Rev. Katie Holicky, Assistant Rector  Are there any fans of a morning walk in the house today? Maybe you walk to school or the bus, maybe you walk a trail.  Well, this past Wednesday, when I went for my […]