For so many of us, our baptisms happened when we were very young.
For others of us, our baptisms happened in some other place than among our St. Paul’s family.
Since we all are to be committed to one another in “supporting our lives in Christ,” we are going to have a Sunday where we remember our Baptisms and receive a special blessing.
On Sunday, October 29th at the 10:30 am service, we will first ask to bless: All who have been baptized somewhere other than St. Paul’s, (We will bring children forward, and likely have adults stand in their pews.)
After we have recognized and blessed these persons, we will additionally bring forward ALL EIGHT-YEAR-OLDS who have been baptized (even if you were baptized at St. Paul’s).
As our brothers and sisters in the LDS church get baptized in their 8th year, is good for us to remember and celebrate our baptisms from when we were young.
Please plan on attending this special Sunday.
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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: email@example.com or call/text 801-898-8646
In this Sundays session, we will discuss various ways to get involved in our newly formed Salt Lake Sanctuary/Solidarity Network as well as the logistics and needs of this movement, locally and nationally, against injustice.
Blessing of Our Pets
ALL ARE WELCOME (PEOPLE AND PETS)
For a service of blessing and Thanksgiving
for the pets that share our lives
Join us on Saturday, October 7, at 11 a.m.
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
261 south 900 east
Salt Lake City
We will gather together in the St. Paul's courtyard, and the service will begin a few minutes after the hour. Snacks will be available for dogs and cats, but birds, rodents, reptiles and the like are all welcome. If your pet doesn't do well around others, consider bringing a picture of your pet! (And of course, children's stuffed animals are welcomed as well!!!)