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...

Seven Days a Week

I’m so glad to be at a seven-day-a-week church! A seven-day-a-week church is one that has something happening every day. It means that we stay busy with the work that God has given us to do. In this week’s newsletter you’ll see something special happening...

Our Calling to Serve

by Amy Rhodes Frigid temperatures and a little snow didn’t dampen the excitement of Servant Sunday on February 11th. This unique service opportunity generated great momentum its inaugural year and several organizations returned for a second year, including the...

Lenten Study Schedule

2018 Lenten Small Groups We are studying, discussing, and experiencing “The Good and Beautiful God: Falling in Love with the God Jesus Knows” by James Bryan Smith, in small groups. Join us! All groups meet at church unless otherwise indicated. Contact...