Episcopal Relief & Development is partnering with the dioceses of Texas, West Texas, and Western Louisiana on response efforts. This strategy enables us to work with local church leaders who have extensive and valuable experience in responding to disasters.
If you have already made a gift, thank you. If not, please support our efforts by making an urgent donation today.
Our partners are moving quickly to gather information, assess needs, use church facilities when possible, and will provide critically needed supplies to those in need. With your help, we will continue to provide immediate needs and long-term assistance to rebuild.
We are all too aware that these are very challenging times we live in - but also times that carry much potential for great transformation. Many of us have been blessed over the years in our efforts towards Interfaith dialogue and friendship. We now hold the challenge to take the next step and find ways to unite in our common humanity and pray together - especially for Peace. In a spirit of mutual respect, reverence and awe for the beauties of our varied sacred traditions, we desire to join our hearts, our hopes and our voices across our traditions in this endeavor. If our vision resonates with yours please come join us! Together we can live the “Miracle”!
With love and gratefulness,
Clare Julian and the All Are One Committee
Choir rehearsals resume on September 6 in the church and will continue each Wednesday evening from 7:00 until 9:00. If you are interested in singing with St. Paul’s Choir, now is the perfect time to join us. We all share a love of music, have a great time together and do not take ourselves too seriously. If you have questions, please contact Charles Black, our Music director at email@example.com.
Dear St. Paul's Parishioners,
It is case lot sales time for many of the major grocery stores. Please consider the following donation to your food pantry:
Last Saturday, August 26, your pantry volunteers distributed food to over 80 clients. All donations large or small are appreciated by our clients.
Your Pantry Team
Pantry Volunteers are needed. There are pantry jobs other than serving on Saturday.
If you are interested please contact:
Lori Morris: firstname.lastname@example.org or call/text 801-898-8646
Attention Nursery Families!
We've decided to give our wonderful staff and volunteers four Sundays off to relax and prepare for Back to School. The nursery will be back in full swing for the 10:30 service on Sunday, September 10. We love our parish families and all are welcome during the service. Engaging fun packs can be found at the back of the sanctuary. Enjoy the rest of summer.
The Education for Ministry (EFM) program invites participants into small mentored groups that provide a framework for understanding life and shaping actions while deepening Christian faith. Six to twelve participants in each group meet weekly over the course of 36 weeks annually. The entire four-year program includes year one Hebrew Bible; year two New Testament; year three Church History; year four Theology, Ethics and Interfaith Encounter. A major component of each weekly session is a theological reflection. We have the capacity for three Salt Lake area groups. So far, two groups will be meeting on Monday evenings, one with Fran Crookston at St. Stephen's and one with Rev. Susan Toone at St. James. Another group is planning to meet Wednesdays at St. Mark’s. If you have already started EfM or are thinking of joining, please contact one of the individuals listed below.
Carol Bolsover: StJudesCedarCity@gmail.com (Iron County)
Fran Crookston: email@example.com (Salt Lake County)
Marti Jones: firstname.lastname@example.org (Salt Lake County)
Phil Kinchington: Kinchington@msn.com (Northern Utah)
Don McShane: Don.McShane@gmail.com (Davis County)
The Rev. Susan Toone: email@example.com (Salt Lake County)