For some, Christmas can be a painful, difficult, and lonely time of year because of the recent loss of a loved one or painful memories. The Liturgy of the Longest Night, also known as “Blue Christmas,” is symbolically held around the Winter Solstice. This service creates a sacred space to lift up our grief and lament to God as we wait together in hope and longing for the Eternal Word Made Flesh to be born anew in our weary hearts and world. Please join us for this special service of Holy Eucharist on Wednesday, December 22nd at 6:00 p.m. at St. Paul’s.
In-person and live-streamed. Please e-mail Linda Willis by Sunday, December 19th if you need childcare.
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Next week, we celebrate the feast of St. Francis who was born and raised in Assisi. He is celebrated for his generosity and compassion to the poor and outcast, but he’s celebrated, also and equally, for his connection to creation.Read More
Linda Armstrong’s Memorial Service will be held this Friday, August 13th at 11:00 a.m. at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church. There will be a brief reception after the service with light refreshments in Scott Hall.Read More