Prayer for a Pandemic

Prayer for a Pandemic May we who are merely inconvenienced Remember those whose lives are at stake. May we who have no risk factors Remember those most vulnerable. May we who have the luxury of working from home Remember those who must choose between Preserving their...

When a plan comes together

It’s nice when a plan comes together. We’re getting ready to launch a great fall, and it’s all coming together well. Jamie Turk is off to a great start organizing volunteers and launching a new approach to your kids’ Sunday morning experience. Starting September 9...

Who are we as Methodists?

Pastor Sandra Cox in the pulpit of New Room in Bristol, England, which was built by John Wesley in 1739. Where I grew up, when you met someone for the first time it was not uncommon to ask, “Where do your people come from?” As in, “Are you kin to the Jacksons from...

The Story of St. Paul’s CSA Farmer, Saje Dar

This is the second year that Saje Dar has been “our farmer” for St. Paul’s Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program. She is from Burma. Here is her story. Saje was resettled in the United States in 2008, along with her husband, three daughters, and three sons....

This Week in a Minute

Change is (always) in the air. Find out what’s new in Pastor David’s video update, then follow up with This Week at St....

Just a minute (or so)

Here’s our attempt to give you the most essential St. Paul’s news for this week in around one minute (this week’s is 1:19). Please make sure to read the rest of this week’s newsletter as well – we can only put so much into a one-minute...