The Sunday Sermon: Entertaining Angels Unawares

How appropriate that, on the day when our secular culture celebrates fatherhood, we read in Genesis of God’s promise to Abraham that he would be the father of nations. This is the story that puts the twinkle in his eye that ultimately becomes the whole chosen people of God. Three strangers come to Abraham’s desert … READ MORE…

Was it Fate, Timing, or a God Thing?

Have you ever question how or why certain situations appear at your front door (metaphorically speaking). Lately, this has been happening to me whether it’s my impeccable timing or just cause. Here are a few stories that I want to share. Initially the weekend of April 8th-9th I was supposed to be up in the … READ MORE…

Welcoming All

The Rev Jeff Martinhauk shares,  Tomorrow we will welcome four new members into the congregation! There have been many more new members in the congregation over the past several months, but in the changing world around us, lives are busy, and expectations from the church are changing. So is the way people relate to church … READ MORE…

Welcoming the man in the seat by the aisle

Canon Chris Harris brings to our attention this post, originally published during Advent on the progressive Episcopalian blog “Friends of Jake”. Written by a member of St Paul’s, the essay was also featured in the newsletter for the Episcopal Diocese of Central New York Last Sunday, I was sitting in the side section on the right … READ MORE…

Welcome to the blog!

To the St Paul Community: Welcome to our new blog experiment! The goal here is to give all members of the community a chance to connect on matters large and small, so we can hear All Our Voices. Anyone can submit short notes, articles, pictures, or video links (youtube) to post. Why a blog? Because … READ MORE…

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