Welcome to St. Paul's. We are so happy you are here and we hope to see you at either 8am, 10am or 5:15pm on Sundays!  (9am in the summer!) Take some time to look around and please call or email us with any questions you may have.

 
 

News

Medicare for All Town Hall Meeting: The town meeting will be held Jan. 23 from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m., streamed live in Sherrill Hall, is a town hall meeting hosted by Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders and is an important consideration on another option about how might move forward with health care in our country.  Please join us in Sherrill Hall from 6:45pm to 9pm.

 

Celebration of Ministry

and

Service of Leave Taking for

The Rev. Jon C. Strand

 

Sunday, February 11, 2018

10:00 A.M. Service

For More Information click here.

"The Path" will begin again in Epiphany.  During the course of the year, we will be reading and discussing "The Path" in order to more fully understand the main stories in the Jude-Christian tradition. Path 9 Reading

Financial Planning Speaker Series

This series, moderated by Karen Van Voorhis, will take place during coffee hour over three Sundays. This is part of St. Paul's ongoing educational efforts in the area of wellness for its parishioners, and an attempt to answer some of the many specific follow-up questions received after the four-part financial wellness series offered last spring. Topics and guest speakers will include: • January 21: Long Term Care Insurance: Uses and Myths, with Natick resident Tobe Gerard ( https://tobegerardinsurance.com/) • January 28: Estate Planning: Essential Documents and Preserving Assets, with Natick resident Tricia D'Agostino (http://www.margolis.com/patricia-c-dagostino) • February 4: Senior Housing and Health Care: What's What? (Navigating Options and Costs), with Joan Harris (https://www.symphonycaremanagement.com/) The presenters are all seasoned experts in their fields, and we are lucky that they have generously volunteered their time for our benefit. Please grab a coffee and a snack at coffee hour on these three Sundays and join us for an invaluable education on these topics. See Karen Van Voorhis if you have any questions.

Read the latest from the Haiti Mission Trip

Co-Wardens Letter - January 2018 Read the full text of our Co-Wardens' Letter to the St. Paul's Community here.

Church School Registration and SPY (St. Paul's Youth!) and Cherubim and Seraphim choirs now Open!

Frank White has written an excellent article detailing Albert Carlson's bequest to St. Paul's and its use in helping to fulfill the financial needs of the parish.  Click here to read the article.

Read about our recent outreach trip to Tanzania!


You’re invited to attend Values in Action, a Trinity Institute Conference.
This annual conference takes place in New York City and at partner sites around the country via live stream, including at St. Paul’s.

We all want to create a better worldand that requires action and connection. Discerning shared values is crucial to forming powerful partnerships and moving forward with courageous intention. Explore how we can set a collaborative course forward at this years conference.  

Come for the speeches, panels, reflection groups, and networking events. Leave with new skills, ideas, inspiration, and a greater capacity to take action rooted in core values and powerful partnerships.

DETAILS

To register for Trinity Institute at St. Paul’s, visit: www.SignUpGenius.com/go/30E0944ADAF2FA1F58-trinity 

WHERE: Sherrill Hall at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 39 East Central Street, Natick Center

WHEN: Friday, February 2 (6:00pm-9:00pm) & Saturday, February 3 (8:30am-5:30pm)

COST: $25 suggested donation per person (includes dinner on Friday and breakfast and lunch on Saturday)

CONTACT: For more information, contact Beth Folsom at bethfolsom.stpauls@gmail.com

For more information about Trinity Institute’s nationaL THEOLOGICAL CONFERENCE—including speaker bios, schedule, videos, and more—visit TI2018.org