St. Paul’s highest priority is the health and safety of our community, and we are taking every precaution feasible to minimize the spread of transmissible diseases. In compliance with Governor Newsom’s March 19 announcement directing a mandatory state-wide shelter-in-place effective immediately, we regret to advise that all in-person meetings and activities are currently suspended. However, […]
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We’re pleased to report that Father Tom has resumed his Lenten series through Zoom. Don’t miss his final presentation on April 8 starting at 7:00 pm. To join the program, click here. To download the accompanying April 8 handout, click here. The Spirituality of the Neighborhood in the Global Vision of St. Matthew’s Gospel Join […]
Early Christians observed “a season of penitence and fasting” in preparation for the Paschal feast, or Pascha. The season now known as Lent (from an Old English word meaning “spring,” the time of lengthening days) has a long history. Originally, in places where Pascha was celebrated on a Sunday, the Paschal feast followed a fast […]
Registration begins 8:15 am Childcare available at 8:30 am One service at 9:00 am This service will feature a sermon for all ages followed by our Annual Meeting. Members will review priorities for 2020 and elect vestry, deanery, and convention delegates. And when it’s all done, you get to taste-test amazing chili in our 2nd […]
Epiphany is a season of four to nine weeks, from the Feast of the Epiphany (Jan. 6) through the Tuesday before Ash Wednesday. The coming of the Magi is celebrated on the Epiphany. The length of the season varies according to the date of Easter. The gospel stories of this season describe various events that […]
We had a full house on December 15 for this beautiful candlelight service featuring our St. Paul’s Festival Choir, joined by oboe and our own St. Paul’s Festival Brass, in offerings from classical to more contemporary anthems under the direction of Dr. Larry Crummer.