The Rev. Libby Wade is now Interim Priest-in-Charge. Welcome Libby!
Sunday, March 1, 8, 15 & 29
Services are at 8:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m.

Childcare is provided at the 10:00 service.
Sunday, March, 22 is Every Member Sunday.
There will be one service at 9:00 a.m.

Latest News

Weekly Update from St. Paul’s – February 25, 2015

      Organ Presentation: Please come to a meeting upstairs in the Parish House on Sunday, March 1 at 1:30 p.m. and hear presentations from our principal organist Nancy King and our organ consultant Mike Foley regarding our organ and an exciting replacement option that has recently come on the market. Among the topics […]

Walking the Way

“Walking the Way” is our process we’re using to reflect on God’s generosity to us and our practical response to that generosity in terms of time, talent and treasure. You will see “Walking the Way” under Calendar & News in the menus above, and you can read there the stewardship reflections from our members and from people in the wider church.

Sermons

Teach with Authority … and Don’t Get Puffed Up

Today we have three lessons that on the surface appear to have little to do with each other. In Deuteronomy, amid a very long list of regulations, we find rules governing what a prophet should – and should not – say and how people ought to respond to it. Paul writes to the believers in Corinth concerning a dispute over whether it is permissible to eat meat that has been sacrificed in the temple – and in the process delves into the use and misuse of knowledge. And we have Mark’s account of Jesus drawing a demon out of a man and the witnesses commenting on how he teaches with “authority.”

Jan. 18, 2015 at St. Paul’s

  Last week, my husband and I saw the movie, Selma, and were quite moved by the portrayal of Martin Luther King Jr. and his profound influence as an agent of change in the 1950s and 1960s.  As a few of you know, I grew up in Hayneville, Alabama which is on the route of […]

The Baptism of Our Lord

John August Swanson is a 20th C. folk artist with both Mexican and Swedish influences in his work.  Emory University in Atlanta has a collection of Swanson’s paintings depicting events in the life of Jesus.  One of those works, called simply “The River,” depicts the baptism of Jesus, which we celebrate today in our lectionary […]