Tuesday Morning Bible Study - meets at 8:30 a.m. - Olcott Room. The readings for the upcoming week are the focus of this group led by Rev. Bill
Our evening Bible study group is using Reading the Bible Again for the First Time by Marcus Borg. No need to read the book to participate though. Next Dates Feb. 11, March 10, April 14 and May 12 6:30-8pm -Parish Hall. Led by Rev. Barb.
Wednesday Night Adult Forum
Centering prayer is an ancient, Christian method of contemplative prayer that has gained much popularity in recent years. This meditative practice is simple and easy to learn, requires no special tools or accessories, and can be a source of deep spiritual peace and enlightenment. Anyone can benefit from adding twenty minutes of centering prayer to their daily prayer life.
Art MacAilein and Marian Flammang will be facilitating a new centering prayer group at St. Paul's. The group's next meeting will be Sunday, February 9, 2020 at 1:00 pm in the Ryan Room. The meetings will consist of twenty minutes of centering prayer and 30 minutes of discussion of a centering prayer text.
All women of the parish are invited to attend our events designed for fun, relaxation, meeting new people and fitting into busy schedules. Come to a women's night out at a local establishment, engage in various artistic endeavors and retreats
Transgender persons are welcome!
February 7-8 Overnight at Alleluia Lodge Camp Amnicon- registration is closed but add your name to the waitlist below; there are usually cancellations
A great way to meet people is by becoming involved in a ministry like adult, bell or brass choirs, usher, distribute communion, set up the altar or lector during Sunday services. Check out GROUPS for more information.
Enjoy Gentle Yoga while you relieve stress & anxiety. Beginners welcome (and encouraged)! Gentle Yoga is for every body! Questions? Email Colette Trial class is free, then $8 per class
Creation Care Team
For several decades, St. Paul’s has been highly involved in caring for God’s creation through education, action and spiritual resources. For example we were designated a Green Congregation and worked with Ecolibrium3 on an energy audit and energy efficient lighting project. Now there is renewed interest and energy among several parishioners in continuing and expanding those efforts to combat climate change and care for creation on an individual and congregational level.
We are in the final step on being the first congregation in the Northland to be certified as a Climate Justice Congregation (and the second Episcopal parish in the state) through Minnesota Interfaith Power and Light. Climate Justice Congregations are faith communities who are committed to living out their faith through effective and sustained climate action. We hope to implement solutions that address systemic problems and co-create a just and sustainable world.
We have taken several small steps like composting food waste, using biodegradable items, reducing waste and plastics. Those are practical steps. In addition we are looking at systemic and spiritual steps as part of a three-legged stool to respond in ways that are effective and life-giving.