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Rector’s Blog 12.10.17

I hope that, despite the “busy-ness” of this time of year, you have found some time and space to prayerfully reflect on the Incarnation, the profound mystery that we are preparing to celebrate at Christmas.  I encourage you this Advent to take some time away from the malls and the internet retail sites,

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Off the Ave Book Group

The December book is The Delight of Being Ordinary: A Road Trip with the Pope and the Dalai Lama by Roland Merullo. This is a lighthearted read which we will discuss on Tuesday, December 12 at 7pm.  

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“Titi”

My name is Kathy Fazio.  I have been a member of St. Paul’s since the early 90’s.  Our family found our way to church thanks to the gentle introduction to spirituality through our association with St. Paul’s Day School.  Attending the weekly chapel service with our small children brought me into the peace,

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Rector’s Blog 12.3.17

This year, we will have several Advent offerings at St. Paul’s that will help us live into our Vision 2020 Parish Strategic Plan’s goal of deepening our spiritual vitality.  Sunday, December 3rd, we will make Advent wreaths that will fill our homes with the beauty and aroma of fresh greens as we prepare to celebrate Christmas. 

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Clothing the homeless

Report from Dr. Sandy Norman:

Thank you St. Paul’s people of God.
I took a car overloaded with warm clothes, blankets, shoes and dental products to St. George’s in Riviera Beach this morning.  The church sits just off Broadway across from empty lots, in a very poor part of town.

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Judy and Nick Fenney: From Heartbreak to Hope

By Rev. Paul J. Kane

On June 26, 2016, St. Paul’s parishioners Nick and Judy Fenney received the unimaginably painful news that their beloved granddaughter Maggie Mae had been critically injured in a car accident in Islamorada, just a half mile away from home, while driving to the gym. 

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Rector’s Blog 11.26.17

Today we celebrate the Feast of Christ the King.  This feast brings the liturgical year to a triumphant conclusion, as we proclaim the Reign of Christ sovereign in our lives.  The Resurrection of Christ forever bears witness to the power of love.  It is this love, particularly shown to “the least of [his] brothers and sisters,” that is the defining characteristic of the Reign of Christ.

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Rector’s Blog 11.19.17

This past week ended on some incredible “high notes.”  On Thursday, I had the joy of joining the children, staff, and volunteers of Paul’s Place Afterschool Program for our annual Thanksgiving Feast.  On Friday, our Day School children, their families and friends, our faculty members, and our Board members gathered for our annual Thanksgiving program “The 1st Thanksgiving”. 

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Powerful Tools for Caregivers

St. Paul’s will be offering a 6-week self-care education program for family caregivers. The program will provide tools and strategies to better handle the unique challenges caregivers face. Please join us for an informational meeting this Monday, November 13 at 7pm in Bush Hall. All caregivers welcome!

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Icon Workshop

Contemplating Advent with our Holy Mother, Mary: An ICON Workshop
Saturday, December 2, 9am – 12 noon
Continuing with our Vision 20/20 Goal of Spiritual Vitality within our Parish, there will be an ICON Workshop, Saturday, December 2nd, from 9 a.m. until Noon, in the Parish Hall. Our Workshop leader will be Brooks Saunders Wilson,

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