Welcome to St. Paul's!
From Inside the Collar
The laborers are few? or tired because they can't keep up with all the expectations?! Maybe some of the expectations need to go on vacation. Remember work, quit and rest are all four letter words and there is a big difference between the last two.
Rest is a godly commandment, for refreshment so that we can serve again!
It is the Fourth of July weekend. We give thanks to those who worked, gave, prayed, loved, fought, endured until the job was won. Don't quit on your patriotism. Don't quit on yourself or your neighbor. And never, ever, quit on God. He never gives up on us:only and always gives and gives and gives! Work for the spread of the Kingdom of God, here and now and your rest will be eternal and perfect.
Thank you to those who never gave up, only gave.
Please God, Bless America and all who seek to serve.
Mobile, Loaves and Fishes
Our midsummer truck run to the men’s shelter at Harrington Hall is right around the corner (July 12), and the men continue
to appreciate all the wonderful food items you donate so generously. So as not to quarrel with success, we are reprising
those Italian meatball grinders that the men rave about (“Did you bring meatball sandwiches?”).
All our other favorites are in popular demand, and their thanks are for you.
Nonperishables can be left in the round bin in the Main Street church narthex.
Perishables can be left in the Parish House refrigerator Sunday morning the 10th before or after 9:30 church,
or Tuesday the 12th from 8am to 3:30.
Thank you for the blessing of your love and caring.