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Summer in the City

Summer in the City One of the best things about summertime in the city is that we have a bit more time and energy to do fun things.  We hope that you’ll spend some of both with us!  It’ll be great to enjoy the city and each other over July and August.  Mark your calendars…

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Be Not Afraid: The Journey to a Fearless Embrace of the Holy

This year, we’ll spend the weeks of Advent exploring the theme, Be Not Afraid: The Journey Towards a Fearless Embrace of the Holy.  Over and over again in the scriptures, God speaks, either directly or through messengers.  God’s voice can be heard time and again, saying, “Fear not!”  The story that tells of Jesus’s conception…

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“Love in Action”

“Love in Action” Pledge Campaign for 2022 We do this work together and with God. We are called to live in community because through this holy connection, the impossible can happen! Our resources multiply and miracles manifest. Thank you for prayerfully considering your support of ministry at St. Paul & St. Andrew. Please use the…

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Worship for June 27, 2021

Pride in Process! Pride Sunday | Bulletin   With great joy, I invite you to join us for worship this Pride Sunday!  For the first time, the entire service will be led by queer and beloved members of our church community.  We celebrate the lives, families, and ministries of our LGBTQIA+ siblings and we renew…

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Worship for June 20, 2021

Be Opened Fourth Sunday After Pentecost | Bulletin   “The Syrophoenician woman answered Jesus, ‘Sir, even the dogs under the table get to eat the children’s crumbs.’”  Mark 7:28 Does Jesus really call this woman and her daughter dogs?  That hits kind of low on the ‘What Would Jesus Do’ meter, even though Jesus does it.   But…

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Juneteenth

We celebrate this day, which commemorates the true emancipation of enslaved persons on June 19, 1865, when finally freedom reached those persons held in bondage in the deepest parts of the Confederacy.  This day is a reminder that justice and freedom for black people has always been delayed.  We, as people of faith and as…

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Worship for June 13, 2021

Crossing Jordan Third Sunday After Pentecost | Bulletin   “When your children ask, ‘What do those stones mean to you?’ then you shall tell them that the waters of the Jordan River were cut off…and the people crossed over.” -Joshua 4:7 How did you get through the last fifteen months? How are you getting through? The…

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Outdoor Worship!

Follow Jesus into the streets as we continue our worship outside each week at 11am on West End Avenue, right on the steps of our church.  We will also livestream our services on YouTube, so you can join from the comfort of your home or from where you are traveling. For those attending in person, masks are…

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Fun’s A Poppin!

Summer Pop-Up Events for Kids & Youth This summer, we are reimagining the way we connect with kids, youth, and families.  The church building is still in use as a warehouse and distribution center for the West Side Campaign Against Hunger.  We want that essential work to continue.  But running a fully-fledged Vacation Bible School…

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Worship for June 6, 2021

People Get Ready Second Sunday After Pentecost | Bulletin   In many ways, the past few weeks have made me feel like I could see again, move again, breathe again.  Walking outside without a mask for the first time was a strange experience, like I had left the house undressed or something.  But smelling things: flowering trees,…

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