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Annual Labor Day BBQ Chicken

Sunday, September 3
The Brotherhood of St. Andrew will be cooking our annual Labor Day BBQ Chicken dinner.  New to the traditional offering of one-half chicken and three bean salad, we will be serving Ron Backer’s homemade baked beans.  Proceeds from this event go to funding St.

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Rector’s Blog 8.18.17

At a time when white supremacists are still assembling to foment hate and division, when terrorists who have perverted the message of Islam are still perpetrating death and destruction, advocating tolerance seems like a necessary starting place for restoring respect and civility to the public square. But how do we,

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Rector’s Blog 8.12.17

Believe it or not, this Monday, our Day School begins its 54th year of providing quality education in a loving, Christian atmosphere!  Please pray for Liz Ryan, our Day School director, and our teachers: Grace Aho, Morgan Miller, and Kathy Yates, as we begin the 2017-18 school year.  We have 34 children enrolled this year! 

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“Dunkirk” Viewing and Discussion

Sunday afternoon, August 13
Movie time: 2:25pm at Frank Cinebowl
Discussion: 4:45pm in the Church
Join us for a special matinee presentation of the box office hit Dunkirk, the true-life story of the heroic mission that rescued 330,000 French,

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Fellowship Opportunities Survey

In our parish strategic planning, many people indicated an interest in additional fellowship opportunities at St. Paul’s.
We want to ask you a few more questions to gain further understanding of
* What types of fellowship activities interest you;
* What times are most convenient for you;

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Rector’s Blog 8.6.17

Today we celebrate the Feast of the Transfiguration of the Lord.  This special feast day invites us to embrace anew the divine gift of Jesus Christ, revealed to Peter, James, and John as the Son of God, the Chosen Messiah.  Jesus, in his transfigured glory, appears with Moses and Elijah. 

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Rector’s Blog 7.30.17

Believe it or not, it is the last weekend of July, which means the new school year starts in two weeks!  Our Children, Youth, and Family Advisory Council met this past week and we are excited about the new school year for Church School and Youth Group.  In the Acts of St.

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Rector’s Blog 7.23.17

It is wonderful to be back after two weeks of vacation.  Irene and I spent a week in southern California helping to move our daughter Ingrid into her new home in Anaheim.  We enjoyed many special family moments, and now Irene and I are adjusting to the bittersweet reality of our “nest” no longer including Ingrid. 

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Introduction to Centering Prayer

Saturday, August 5, from 10 to 4 at St. Joseph’s Episcopal Church in Boynton Beach (3300A South Seacrest Blvd)
Contemplative Outreach,
together with St. Paul’s and St. Joseph’s, will be offering an Introduction to Centering Prayer.Contemplative Outreach is a worldwide organization dedicated to fostering the contemplative dimension of Christianity as reintroduced to the modern world by Fr.

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Christian Yoga

The next series of classes begin:
Tuesdays: July 11, 18,  August 1, 8, 15, 22, and 29 (No class – July 25) Drop in fee: $8
Bring a mat, towel, and water to class. Email Yoga Instructor Sally Grillo to attend: salasana18@hotmail.com 

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