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This Sunday at St. Paul's: January 20, 2019

The Second Sunday after the Epiphany

8:00 am  

 
Contemplative Service of Holy Communion  Sanctuary 
9:00 am  All parish intergenerational
   Martin Luther King Jr. weekend activity
Nursery/Childcare
Church School
Great Hall &
Lichtenberger Room
Lower Level
Lower Level
10:00 am

Holy Eucharist with Sermon  

 Sanctuary
11:15 am  Coffee Hour Great Hall  

 
This Week at St. Paul's

Monday, January 21            Martin Luther King Jr. Day (Parish Office Closed)

Tuesday, January 22          7:30 pm       Scripture Group            Lichtenberger Room

Wednesday, January 23    7:00 pm        Choir Rehearsal          Sanctuary
                       

Scripture Group: January 22   

Scripture group will reconvene Tuesday January 22 from 7:30-9:00pm in the Lichtenberger Room. We'll be discussing chapter 3 in Levine's book - The Kingdom of Heaven is Like Yeast, pp.117-137. If you have questions about St. Paul's Scripture Group, please contact Leah Rugen This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Annual Meeting: January 27

St. Paul's Annual Meeting is scheduled for January 27, when we will gather to discuss the business of the parish and share our hopes for our next year together. We are adding final touches to the Annual Report booklet. Thank you to all ministry leaders who have submitted your 2018 report for your ministry area. There are a few reports still outstanding and our hope is that all ministry areas will be represented in our Annual Report. Last call... email your reports to Jill in the Parish Office This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  

Yoga Class on Hold for a few weeks    

Yoga on Wednesday mornings at 7am will be postponed for a few weeks as our instructor, Martha Curtis, will be recuperating at home after back surgery. The date of startup will be forthcoming.

Adult Formation

Learning from our Muslim Neighbors  

The season after Epiphany is all about light - what better way to observe the season than by working to remove the dark veil of ignorance that surrounds many of our perceptions of Islam and our Muslim neighbors? Facilitated by members of the Brookline Muslim Friends, this four-part series will cover a basic introduction to Islam, understanding the Quran, worship and prayer in the Muslim tradition, and gender roles in Islam. There will be numerous opportunities to ask questions and get to know our Muslim friends. Join us at 9am on January 27, February 3, and February 10 (January 20 will feature our regular intergenerational activities in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr.).

Upcoming Small Group Opportunities 

Small groups provide an opportunity for more informal and intimate prayer, for fellowship, support, and deeper learning about our faith tradition. In a small group we can connect more directly and deeply with other Christians, in a way that is not always possible on Sunday mornings.

Beginning January 29: Walk In Love: Episcopal Beliefs & Practices

Based on the book of the same name by Scott Gunn and Melody Wilson Shobe, this small group will explore what it means to be a Christian in the Anglican/Episcopal tradition. 10 copies of the book are available in the office on a first-come, first-served basis.

We will meet in the chapel from 7 - 8:30 pm. Our first session will be January 29, focusing on "The Anglican Way of Christianity" (Chapter 1 of Walk In Love). Subsequent meetings will be on the second Tuesdays of each month.

Save the dates - Lenten House Church is coming!!

Ash Wednesday this year is March 6, and Lenten House Church is never far behind. Join us for prayer, food, and discussion at the homes of St. Paul's parishioners on Friday evenings: March 15, 22, 29, and April 5 and 12. Our topic is to be determined.

Racism Learning Group Meets February 3      

Racism Learning Group meetings are scheduled on the first Sunday of each month, following the 10am service.  Our next meeting will be Sunday, February 3.  Middle-schoolers, teens, and adults are all welcome to come reflect, learn, and grow in our understanding of racism and what we can do to respond proactively to it.

Mission Sunday Event - Common Cathedral on February 10  

It is St. Paul's turn to provide lunch for the worshipers in the outdoor Eucharist service called Common Cathedral.  We will make lunches from 9-10am. Then after church we will go downtown to the Boston Common to have lunch with Common Cathedral and participate in the church service.  If possible, please sign up to participate before February 10 with Melissa Dulla at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 650-743-6745. Or speak with Melissa this Sunday at the Martin Luther King, Jr event from 9-10am.

Summit to Eliminate Racism in Brookline: February 10  

To Brookline Neighbors and Social Justice Advocates:

Join us on Sunday, February 10, from 11:30am - 4:00pm; location for the event will be forthcoming.  Please register by clicking HERE.

A number of social justice and anti-racism groups have formed to challenge persistent racism in Brookline, but much of the work is occurring in silos. This Summit aims to propel our community forward together--from learning to organizing, and from organizing to action.

Participants will:

  • Survey the strategies that residents and institutions are currently deploying, through personal, interpersonal, and institutional/structural;
  • Prioritize the issues most critical to justice and equity in Brookline;
  • Orient ourselves around action groups devoted to dogged pursuit of specific campaigns for change.

Members of existing institutions and coalitions as well as individuals with experience in anti-racism activism are encouraged to participate in the Summit. Please RSVP so we can make sure we have an appropriate space.

Serving us this week

Preacher and Presider  The Rev. Elise A. Feyerherm  
Assisting Clergy  The Rev. Jeffrey W. Mello 
Director of Music and Organist  Andrew E. Clarkson 
Cello  Melissa Dulla 
Verger  Kendall Gray 
Server  Julie House 
Crucifer  Elliana Clarkson 
Torchbearers  Sarah Dulla and Viola Schultzberg 
Lectors  Margie Chapman and Judy Rice 
Chalice Bearers Betsy Munzer and Adelaide Xie 
Healing Prayers  Sharlene Wing and Martha Curtis 
Eucharistic Visitor   Maryann Kurkjian 
Altar Guild  8:00 am: Maryann Kurkjian 
10:00 am: Adelaide Xie and Beverly Estes-Smargiassi   
Offering Counters  Mike Scheffler, Ayanna McPhail, and Tim Hintz 
Greeters  Brett Foster, Kate Kelley, and Melissa Dulla    
Ushers  The Ushers Team
Coffee Hour Host  The Hopkin Family 

Click here to view the server spreadsheet. If you need to make a change, please find someone to swap with and let your ministry leader know so that the server spreadsheet can be updated. 

Celebrations, Memorials, and Prayers 

Celebrations 

We celebrate and remember the birthdays of Don Coleman, Laura Rutherford, Emily Bassett, Sam Kauffmann, and Andy Boral. 

Memorials   

We remember especially Francis E. and Betty L. Sultzman and Melvin W. and Jean K. Snover, in whose memory the altar flowers are given this week by Lydia Snover.

Prayers       

Jennifer L., Felina R., the Children and Staff of Mil Milagros, Janet R., David F., Kendall G., Helmut T., Fran C., Harry B., Faye M., Roger H. Sr., Anne C., Tracey G., Alissa P., Laura R., Alice G., Denise E., Jane L., Dottie S., Ross K., John M., Tom C., Sona H., Miranda, Eileen and John P., Silas P., Robert R., Carolyn R., those in the military: Lucas S., Hana L., and Jamie C., and those in the Ordination process: Tammy Hobbs Miracky and Lauren Lukason.   

Sunday Worship Bulletin for January 20, 2019.

 Please click HERE to view our worship bulletin for this coming Sunday, 1/20/19.

Scripture Readings

Isaiah 62:1-5; Psalm 36:5-10; 1 Corinthians 12:1-11; John 2:1-11    

Please click HERE for the readings. 

Wherever you are on your journey with or toward God,
you are welcome and invited at St. Paul's!

Abundant Blessings,

St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Brookline

 
 

This Sunday at St. Paul's: January 13, 2019

The First Sunday after the Epiphany and Holy Baptism

8:00 am  

 
Contemplative Service of Holy Communion  Sanctuary 
9:00 am  Adult Formation
Nursery/Childcare
Church School
Choir Rehearsal
Great Hall
Lower Level
Lower Level
Choir Room 
10:00 am

Holy Eucharist with Sermon and Choir 

 Sanctuary
11:15 am  Coffee Hour Great Hall  
11:30 am  Budget Forum
Prison Ministry Group   
Great Hall
Lichtenberger Room   
Adult Formation: Learning from our Muslim Neighbors: Facilitated by members of the Brookline Muslim Friends, this is the first in a four-part series.Budget Forum: Everyone is invited to attend. Your Rector, Wardens, Treasurers, and Stewardship Ministry members will share information about St. Paul's current budget process.

The first meeting of the year for the Prison Ministry Group will take place this coming Sunday at 11:30am in the Lichtenberger Room. Paul Kozak, a postulant in the Episcopal Church who served for several years as a prison chaplain, will be there to talk to us and answer our questions. All are welcome! Please contact Leahanne Sarlo with any questions: (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

This Week at St. Paul's

Tuesday, January 15          7:30 pm        Vestry Meeting                        Lichtenberger Room

Wednesday, January 16    7:00 am        Yoga                                        Lichtenbeger Room

Thursday, January 17        7:30 pm         Discernment Committee           Lichtenberger Room
                                                                 (J. House)
                                                             

Adult Formation

Learning from our Muslim Neighbors  

The season after Epiphany is all about light - what better way to observe the season than by working to remove the dark veil of ignorance that surrounds many of our perceptions of Islam and our Muslim neighbors? Facilitated by members of the Brookline Muslim Friends, this four-part series will cover a basic introduction to Islam, understanding the Quran, worship and prayer in the Muslim tradition, and gender roles in Islam. There will be numerous opportunities to ask questions and get to know our Muslim friends. Join us at 9am on January 13, January 27, February 3, and February 10 (January 20 will feature our regular intergenerational activities in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr.).

Annual Report Ministry Write-ups are due next week on January 16

Our Annual Meeting is approaching!    

Our Annual Meeting is scheduled for January 27, when we will gather to discuss the business of the parish and share our hopes for our next year together. Please be reminded that if you are a ministry leader submitting a write-up for the Annual Report, the deadline for submissions is Wednesday, January 16 to allow time for compilation and completion of the report. Please email your reports to Jill in the Parish Office This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. And thanks to all those folks who have already submitted reports! 

 To all Ministry Leaders: If you want to take a look at last years' write-up, you can click HERE  to peruse our Annual Report from last year.

Scripture Group: January 22   

Scripture group will reconvene Tuesday January 22 from 7:30-9:00pm in the Lichtenberger Room. We'll be discussing chapter 3 in Levine's book - The Kingdom of Heaven is Like Yeast, pp.117-137. If you have questions about St. Paul's Scripture Group, please contact Leah Rugen This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Upcoming Small Group Opportunities 

Small groups provide an opportunity for more informal and intimate prayer, for fellowship, support, and deeper learning about our faith tradition. In a small group we can connect more directly and deeply with other Christians, in a way that is not always possible on Sunday mornings.

Beginning January 29: Walk In Love: Episcopal Beliefs & Practices

Based on the book of the same name by Scott Gunn and Melody Wilson Shobe, this small group will explore what it means to be a Christian in the Anglican/Episcopal tradition. 10 copies of the book are available in the office on a first-come, first-served basis.

We will meet in the chapel from 7 - 8:30 pm. Our first session will be January 29, focusing on "The Anglican Way of Christianity" (Chapter 1 of Walk In Love). Subsequent meetings will be on the first and second Tuesdays of each month.

Save the dates - Lenten House Church is coming!!

Ash Wednesday this year is March 6, and Lenten House Church is never far behind. Join us for prayer, food, and discussion at the homes of St. Paul's parishioners on Friday evenings: March 15, 22, 29, and April 5 and 12. Our topic is to be determined.

Racism Learning Group - Off and Running     

On this past Sunday, the Racism Learning Group had its first monthly meeting.  Meetings are scheduled on the first Sunday of each month, following the 10am service.  Our next meeting will be Sunday, February 3.  Middle-schoolers, teens, and adults are all welcome to come reflect, learn, and grow in our understanding of racism and what we can do to respond proactively to it.

Summit to Eliminate Racism in Brookline: February 10  

To Brookline Neighbors and Social Justice Advocates:

 Join us on Sunday, February 10, from 11:30am - 4:00pm; location for the event will be forthcoming.  Please register by clicking HERE.

 A number of social justice and anti-racism groups have formed to challenge persistent racism in Brookline, but much of the work is occurring in silos. This Summit aims to propel our community forward together--from learning to organizing, and from organizing to action.

 Participants will:

  • Survey the strategies that residents and institutions are currently deploying, through personal, interpersonal, and institutional/structural;
  • Prioritize the issues most critical to justice and equity in Brookline;
  • Orient ourselves around action groups devoted to dogged pursuit of specific campaigns for change.

Members of existing institutions and coalitions as well as individuals with experience in anti-racism activism are encouraged to participate in the Summit. Please RSVP so we can make sure we have an appropriate space.

Serving us this week

Preacher  The Rev. Jeffrey W. Mello 
Presider  The Rev. Elise A. Feyerherm 
Director of Music and Organist  Andrew E. Clarkson 
Verger  Kendall Gray 
Server  Ardani Mello-Daigneault 
Crucifer  Austin Jewell 
Torchbearers  Elior Zaremba and Delilah Chapman 
Lectors  Elizabeth Choi and Jim Zaremba  
Chalice Bearers Leah Rugen and Mike Scheffler 
Healing Prayers  Betsy Munzer and Linda Sanches 
Eucharistic Visitor   John Ferguson 
Altar Guild  8:00 am:  Ann Colageo
10:00 am:  John Ferguson, Mike Scheffler, and Hal Edmonson     
Offering Counters  Sharlene Wing and Leah Rugen 
Greeters  The Greeters Team   
Ushers  The Ushers Team
Coffee Hour Host  George Coggeshall  

Click here to view the server spreadsheet. If you need to make a change, please find someone to swap with and let your ministry leader know so that the server spreadsheet can be updated. 

Celebrations, Memorials, and Prayers 

Celebrations 

We celebrate and remember the birthdays of Tanisha-Marie Mucha, Clara Batchelor, Sharlene Wing, Ellen VanScoyoc, and Janet Ralph, and we celebrate the baptism of Annalise Emily Koczela. 

Memorials   

We remember especially Jim and Betty Davis, in whose memory the altar flowers are given this week by Sharon Davis. 

Prayers       

Jennifer L., Felina R., the Children and Staff of Mil Milagros, Janet R., David F., Kendall G., Helmut T., Fran C., Harry B., Faye M., Roger H. Sr., Anne C., Tracey G., Alissa P., Laura R., Alice G., Denise E., Jane L., Dottie S., Ross K., John M., Tom C., Sona H., Miranda, Eileen and John P., Silas P., those in the military: Lucas S., Hana L., and Jamie C., and those in the Ordination process: Tammy Hobbs Miracky and Lauren Lukason.   

Sunday Worship Bulletin for January 13, 2019.

 Please click HERE to view our worship bulletin for this coming Sunday, 1/13/19.

Scripture Readings

Isaiah 43:1-7; Psalm 29; Acts 8:14-17; Luke 3:15-17, 21-22   

Please click HERE for the readings. 

Wherever you are on your journey with or toward God,
you are welcome and invited at St. Paul's!

Abundant Blessings,

St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Brookline


 

This Sunday at St. Paul's: January 6, 2019

The Epiphany of our Lord Jesus Christ and Holy Baptism

8:00 am  

 
Contemplative Service of Holy Communion  Sanctuary 
9:00 am  Nativity Sets from Around the World
Nursery/Childcare
Choir Rehearsal
Great Hall
Lower Level
Choir Room 
10:00 am

Holy Eucharist with Sermon and Choir 

 Sanctuary
11:15 am  Coffee Hour Great Hall  
11:45 am  Racial Reconciliation Group  Lichtenberger Room 

 Racial Reconciliation Group:  This Sunday at 11:45am and continuing on the first Sunday of each month, we will meet to learn about racism and to help each other to become more aware of the racism in our lives.  If you are of middle school age or older and want to become a racial reconciler, please join us. If you have questions, please contact Pat Zifcak, Deacon at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
Special 9:00 hour offering this coming Sunday

To celebrate the end of the Christmas season, we will gather at 9:00 am for a brief presentation about the history of the nativity scene, or creche. Jeff will bring his collection of Nativity Sets and you are invited to bring yours!  We'll spend the time in fellowship and looking at Nativity Sets from around the world. If you have one to display, please arrive by 8:45 am so you can set it up with a note card explaining its origin (e.g. "From Ghana" or "This was my grandmother's")  Let's see how many sets we can gather in the Great Hall!  The display will stay up for coffee hour after the 10:00 service.

This Week at St. Paul's

Wednesday, January 9      7:00 am        Yoga                          Lichtenberger Room
                                       7:00 pm        Choir Rehearsal          Sanctuary

Thursday, January 10        7:30 pm       Discernment                 Lichtenberger Room
                                                         Committee Meeting
                                                         (Julie H.)

Adult Formation

Learning from our Muslim Neighbors  

The season after Epiphany is all about light - what better way to observe the season than by working to remove the dark veil of ignorance that surrounds many of our perceptions of Islam and our Muslim neighbors? Facilitated by members of the Brookline Muslim Friends, this four-part series will cover a basic introduction to Islam, understanding the Quran, worship and prayer in the Muslim tradition, and gender roles in Islam. There will be numerous opportunities to ask questions and get to know our Muslim friends. Join us at 9am on January 13, January 27, February 3, and February 10 (January 20 will feature our regular intergenerational activities in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr.).

Thanks for your service and presence  

To all parishioners and staff who participated, volunteered, prepared, prayed, served, and spread joy and comfort to others during our Advent and Christmas seasons...THANK YOU! Your presence in so many ways filled St. Paul's with light and many blessings.

Please stop by our Holiday Card Display  

If you would like to send a holiday card to your entire St. Paul's Family, please bring one card to put on our festive display posted outside the parish office.  This way everyone at St. Paul's can feel like they received your holiday cheer and new year well wishes.

Prison Ministry Group: Next Meeting is January 13

The first meeting of the year for the Prison Ministry Group will take place on January 13 at 11:30am in the Lichtenberger Room. Paul Kozak, a postulant in the Episcopal Church who served for several years as a prison chaplain, will be there to talk to us and answer our questions. All are welcome!

Please contact Leahanne Sarlo (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) with any questions. Hope to see you there!

St. Paul's Annual Meeting is January 27, 2019: Call for Reports    

Our Annual Meeting is scheduled for January 27, when we will gather to discuss the business of the parish and share our hopes for our next year together. Please be reminded that if you are a ministry leader submitting a write-up for the Annual Report, the deadline for submissions is Wednesday, January 16 to allow time for compilation and completion of the report. Please email your reports to Jill in the Parish Office This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

To all Ministry Leaders: If you want to take a look at last years' write-up, you can click HERE  to peruse our Annual Report from last year.

Summit to Eliminate Racism in Brookline 

To Brookline Neighbors and Social Justice Advocates:

Join us on Sunday, February 10, from 11:30am - 4:00pm; location for the event will be forthcoming.  Please register by clicking HERE.

A number of social justice and anti-racism groups have formed to challenge persistent racism in Brookline, but much of the work is occurring in silos. This Summit aims to propel our community forward together--from learning to organizing, and from organizing to action.

Participants will:

  • Survey the strategies that residents and institutions are currently deploying, through personal, interpersonal, and institutional/structural;
  • Prioritize the issues most critical to justice and equity in Brookline;
  • Orient ourselves around action groups devoted to dogged pursuit of specific campaigns for change.

Members of existing institutions and coalitions as well as individuals with experience in anti-racism activism are encouraged to participate in the Summit. Please RSVP so we can make sure we have an appropriate space.

Serving us this week

Preacher and Presider  The Rev. Jeffrey W. Mello 
Deacon   The Ven. Pat Zifcak 
Director of Music and Organist  Andrew E. Clarkson 
Verger  Kendall Gray 
Lectors  Sharlene Wing and Adelaide Xie 
Prayers of the People  Julie House 
Chalice Bearers Roger House and Maryann Kurkjian 
Healing Prayers  Julie House and Angie Marks 
Eucharistic Visitor   Leah Rugen 
Altar Guild  The Altar Guild Team     
Offering Counters  Brett Foster, Jeannie Baca, and Julie House 
Greeters  The Greeters Team   
Ushers  The Ushers Team
Coffee Hour Host  The Tanis Family 

Click here to view the server spreadsheet. If you need to make a change, please find someone to swap with and let your ministry leader know so that the server spreadsheet can be updated. 

Celebrations, Memorials, and Prayers 

Celebrations 

We celebrate and remember the birthday of Lindy Bales, and the baptism of Annalise Koczela. 

Memorials   

We remember especially Carl Warren Dorf Knights, in whose memory the altar flowers are given this week by Alexandra N. Dorf.     

Prayers       

Jennifer L., Felina R., the Children and Staff of Mil Milagros, Janet R., David F., Kendall G., Alexander T., Helmut T., Fran C., Harry B., Faye M., Roger H. Sr., Anne C., Tracey G.,

Alissa P., Laura R., Alice G., Denise E., Bill B., those in the military: Lucas S., Hana L., and Jamie C., and those in the Ordination process: Tammy Hobbs Miracky and Lauren Lukason.   

Sunday Worship Bulletin for January 6, 2019.

 Please click HERE 

to view our worship bulletin for this coming Sunday, 1/6/19.  

Scripture Readings

Isaiah 60:1-6; Psalm 72:1-7,10-14; Ephesians 3:1-12; Matthew 2:1-12  

Please click HERE for the readings. 

Wherever you are on your journey with or toward God,
you are welcome and invited at St. Paul's!

Abundant Blessings,

St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Brookline

 
 

This Sunday at St. Paul's: December 30, 2018

Christmas Lessons and Carols

NO 8AM SERVICE 

 
     
9:00 am  Nursery/Childcare
Choir Rehearsal
Lichtenberger Room
Choir Room 
10:00 am

Lessons and Carols with Holy Eucharist 

 Sanctuary
11:15 am  Coffee Hour Great Hall  

  
This Week at St. Paul's

Tuesday, January 1            Parish Office Closed        HAPPY NEW YEAR !

Wednesday, January 2      7:00 am         Yoga            Lichtenberger Room

Parish Office Hours: New Years Week

The parish office will be open on Monday, December 31 and closed on Tuesday, January 1.

If you have a pastoral emergency when the office is closed, please call 617-566-4953 and press #6 when prompted, for our pastoral emergency care line.

Special 9:00 hour offering on January 6, 2019

To celebrate the end of the Christmas season, we will gather at 9:00 am for a brief presentation about the history of the nativity scene, or creche. Jeff will bring his collection of Nativity Sets and you are invited to bring yours!  We'll spend the time in fellowship and looking at Nativity Sets from around the world. If you have one to display, please arrive by 8:45 am so you can set it up with a note card explaining its origin (e.g. "From Ghana" or "This was my grandmother's")  Let's see how many sets we can gather in the Great Hall!  The display will stay up for coffee hour after the 10:00 service.

Holiday Card Display: December 16 through the Epiphany  

If you would like to send a holiday card to your entire St. Paul's Family, please bring one card to put on our festive display posted outside the parish office.  This way everyone at St. Paul's can feel like they received your holiday cheer and well wishes.

St. Paul's Annual Meeting is January 27, 2019: Call for Reports    

Our Annual Meeting is scheduled for January 27, when we will gather to discuss the business of the parish and share our hopes for our next year together. Please be reminded that if you are a ministry leader submitting a write-up for the Annual Report, the deadline for submissions is Wednesday, January 16 to allow time for compilation and completion of the report. Please email your reports to Jill in the Parish Office This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

To all Ministry Leaders: If you want to take a look at last years' write-up, you can click HERE  to peruse our Annual Report from last year.

Racial Reconciliation Group   

Beginning January 6 from 11:45am-12:45pm and continuing on the first Sunday of each month, we will meet to learn about racism and to help each other to become more aware of the racism in our lives.  If you are of middle school age or older and want to become a racial reconciler, please join us on January 6. If you have questions, please contact Pat Zifcak, Deacon at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Serving us this week

Presider  

The Rev. Elise A. Feyerherm       

Deacon   The Ven. Pat Zifcak 
Director of Music and Organist  Andrew E. Clarkson 
Verger  Kendall Gray 
Crucifer  Mike Scheffler 
Torchbearers  Delilah Chapman and Jane Hopkin 
Lectors  Maryann Kurkjian, Pat Dunbar, John Anderson, Kristen Renaud, Betsy Munzer, Andrew Tanis, and  Elise Feyerherm 
Chalice Bearers Matshai Motimele and Laura Tanis 
Healing Prayers  John Ferguson and Julie Starr 
Eucharistic Visitor   Edward Jacobson 
Altar Guild  Mary Beth Elder and Adelaide Xie     
Offering Counters  Nate Gaede, John Ferguson, Melissa Dulla, and Judy Rice 
Greeters  Cricket Beauregard-Lewis, Chris Dulla, and the Greeter Team     
Ushers  The Ushers Team

Click here to view the server spreadsheet. If you need to make a change, please find someone to swap with and let your ministry leader know so that the server spreadsheet can be updated. 

Celebrations, Memorials, and Prayers 

Celebrations 

We celebrate and remember the birthdays of Viva Fisher, Victoria Vanderschmidt, Naoko Norton, Maria Seminerio Lee, Andrew Tanis, Michael Sheets, Katie Callaway, Michelle Callaway, Chloe Abu-Jaber, and Kerstin Lindgren.

Memorials   

We remember especially Dalton L. Baugh, Sr., in whose memory the altar flowers are given this week by E. Lorraine Baugh.    

Prayers       

Jennifer L., Felina R., the Children and Staff of Mil Milagros, Janet R., David F., Kendall G., Alexander T., Helmut T., Fran C., Harry B., Faye M., Roger H. Sr., Anne C., Tracey G., Alissa P., Laura R., Alice G., Denise E., Bill B., those in the military: Lucas S., Hana L., and Jamie C., and those in the Ordination process: Tammy Hobbs Miracky and Lauren Lukason.   

Sunday Worship Bulletin for December 30, 2018

 Please click HERE  to view our worship bulletin for this coming Sunday, 12/30/18.  

Wherever you are on your journey with or toward God,
you are welcome and invited at St. Paul's!

Abundant Blessings,

St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Brookline

 
 

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