Welcome to St. Paul's. Please join us at our 9:00 AM service on Sundays! Be sure to stay for Coffee Hour after the service, not only is the company great - but our coffee is also wonderful... we serve Fair Trade Coffee! Take some time to look around and please call or email us with any questions you may have.
Introducing The Sherrill Hall Art Gallery
Starting immediately, Sherrill Hall will have artists' 2 dimensional work rotating to brighten the walls while supporting local artists. First up is our own Watercolor Connection, the women who paint in Sherrill Hall on Tuesdays and host Natick Artist Open Studios here too. If you would like to exhibit in Sherrill Hall at anytime, please contact the church office at firstname.lastname@example.org
Annual Report is now available Click here to download the Annual Report for 2017
From the Interim The Rev. Dr. Gale Davis
From the Interim
Sometimes the words of a hymn rumble through my head—not so much because I can’t let them go—but because they are just what I need at the moment. This Sunday we will be singing Morning Has Broken when Bobby Butler leads our music, and knowing that, the words have been a part of my thoughts and prayers all week.
“Morning has broken, like that first morning” and I think of those boys and their coach getting out of the cave in Thailand and what it must be like for them to have that first morning light, the light that comes sneaking through the darkness to crack the dawn once again. I wonder if they will ever take it for granted again? Surely, morning is breaking for them in a way i anticipate will impact them for the rest of their lives.
I wonder what it is like for them to hear the birds sing again? Will rainfall ever become something to cherish again? Hopefully they will know what it is to praise “God’s recreation of a new day “over and over in a joyful way for the rest of their lives.
I hope that for all of us. May we each greet each morning’s breath waking the day as another gift, filled with potential and hope. Sometimes that is not easy to do I know. But this Sunday when we sing ”Morning has broken” all together, I hope we are all renewed with hope and the promise of newness and life.
A Look Ahead - Save the Date – Mark Your Calendar
B-SAFE Week July 30 to August 3, 2018
Vacation Bible School “A Wrinkle in Time”
August 20 – August 24
Rummage Sale Saturday. September 15,
3 Services Resume and Church School Begins
Sunday, September 16, 2018
Holiday Fair November17, 2018 10:00AM to 2:00 PM
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 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.
View the presentation from January 21, 2018 - Long Term Care Insurance
View the presentation from January 28, 2018 - Essential Estate Planning Tools
View the presentation from February 4, 2018 - Navagating Elder Care Resources.