In Forty Minutes this week we will begin another Great Courses series of videos and discussions. The topic will be the History of Christian Theology, presented by Proffessor Phillip Cary of Eastern University. He will begin with the lecture, "What is theology?" We meet at 9:10 a.m. in the library, and conclude at 9:50, in time for the 10 a.m. worship service.
Jean Szen, right, president of the Society of Saint Paul's, announces the $1,000 scholarship awarded to Sophia Carter. Sophia, here with her mother, Elizabeth and father, Paul, was the center of attention last Sunday as we celebrated her recent graduation from Saint John Newman High School and her many academic and athletic feats. Also representing the Society of Saint Paul are Alan Cragg, left, and Chuck Smith, second from right. Sophia will be with us for a few more Sundays as she prepares to study at Florida Polytechnic.
The market season is over, but we'll have two big yard sales before it opens again in November. The first will be next Saturday, May 30. Volunteers are needed; please call the office between 9:30 a.m. and 1 p.m.More about the market here.
Fr. Tara blesses the newest member of the Altar Guild, Joan Menslage, right, and rededicates some of Joan's fellow tenders of the sacred worship space. They are, from left, Linda Condon, Tootie Steineger, Susan Larson and Ray Davila (partially hidden).
Please help by purchasing nonperishable food items and depositing them at our tub in the narthex. We suggest: cereal, pasta sauce and pasta, coffee or tea, tuna or canned meat, canned vegetables and fruits, crackers or snacks, peanut butter and jelly, soup, granulated sugar, bottled juice (not frozen). Food banks we deliver to also dispense toilet paper and paper towels, nonperishable dietetic items for diabetics and new personal items such as deodorant, soap, powder, shampoo, so at this time you may also bring any of those. We support Salvation Army, St. Matthew's House, Grace Place and St. Vincent de Paul food banks.