Jesus Christ is Risen Today!

All Are Welcome to Worship With Us

St. Paul's Cross Easter Sunday 8, 9:15 and 10:45 a.m.
Each liturgy has its special emphasis and appeal. For more information about that and about the Episcopal Church, click here.

This Easter we will again have the flowering of the cross and special music. Flowers will be available at all services for all who wish to participate.
Easter Egg Hunt will be at 10:15 a.m. in the church yard. Fun for little kids and their parents. Nursery is available for the 10:45 service.
Haitian Episcopalian Service Sundays 5 p.m.

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Video Showcases God's Gardeners

Cesar Noble created this 12-minute video of the activities of God's Gardeners, a vitally important ministry of the church. Anyone can join the men and women who take care of the buildings and grounds by showing up at 7:30 (or so) on Thursday mornings. If you can't partake, give a nod of gratitude to your fellow parishioners who keep our campus spiffy.

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Farmers' Market
Closes April 26

Saint Paul's is home of the popular Farmers' Market, open Saturdays from 8 a.m. to noon.

While the last market day for this season is April 26, we will be having three big yard sales in the interim: May 31, Sept. 27 and Oct. 25, the last Saturdays of the month. Have stuff to sell but not enough to hold your own garage sale? This is your opportunity to get space for a small fee and join lots of your neighbors in displaying your goods. More information will be posted here in coming weeks. More on the market here.

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Society of St. Paul's Gathers for Lunch

Society of Saint Paul members came together last Thursday for the annual luncheon and meeting at the Vineyards Country Club. Our guest speaker was Kenneth H. Quigley, Director of the Episcopal Church Foundation. You can find the Whites, Bev Thorn, the Craggs, the Ansons, the Cunninghams, Roger Conant, the Brundages, Adrienne McGrain, the Lamberts, Su Szen, the Hotalings, the Connells, Elinor Skinner, Fr. Larry (Rector Emeritus), Fr. Frank & Mick, and Fr. Tara. The steering committee, which administers the fund and its endowment is comprised of Jean Szen, chair; Bill Kling, treasurer; and Art Pearson, Alan Cragg, Peter Kanarian and Chuck Smith who was absent for the photo. (You can enlarge the photo by rolling your mouse wheel while holding the Ctrl key)

A Show of Fashion and Fun

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A Runway for the Unique Boutique

Ladies of the church and friends gathered for an afternoon of fashion and tea, featuring the gently used fashion designer clothing that is for sale at the Unique Boutique at the Farmers' Market on Saturday mornings. The event combined fun and a good cause!

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Blessing the Animals
Szens' Trip to Holy Land
Diocesean Convention
Meet Our New Priest
Parish Tours St. Matt's
'Roasting' Roger Conant
Celebrate Larry Smellie

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St. Paul's Calendar

Click the calendar image to see what's going on at St. Paul's. Want to know what the Gospel will be this Sunday? Click on the band on top of the Sunday box and the lectionary will appear. The http link at the bottom will take you to the readings.

Name Tag

Do You Need a Name Tag?

Wearing a nametag is an act of hospitality! To order one, email the office. These plastic ones are $8; paper ones are free.

Have a Coffee, on Us!

Coffee and snacks are available during fellowship time after each Sunday service. Parishioners provide the goodies, and you can sign up to share in this expression of love, in Trinity Hall. Small donations help us keep the coffee flowing and supplies on hand.

Help Feed the Hungry

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.