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Wait. Christmas is coming.  It is not yet here. I vowed long ago not to be a member of the Advent police.  You know, that church person who makes it known to everyone this time of year that it is not yet Christmas?  I won’t do that. Reflecting on my own experience,...
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Abundant Generosity

Dear St. Paul’s Family, This week alone we have celebrated All Saints Day and All Souls with noonday Eucharists, and welcomed the Wilmington community by performing Faure’s Requiem to a full crowd. It was a great event. Our regularly scheduled outreach ministries of...
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Saints in the Street!

Beloved of St. Paul’s, What a busy time of year!  The church is abuzz with a flurry of activity.  As we prepare for our much-anticipated SAINTS IN THE STREET Block Party on Saturday, I give thanks for all the SAINTS who contribute their time, talent, and treasure...
Vestry Approves Columbarium

Vestry Approves Columbarium

I am the resurrection and the life; he who believes in me, though he die, yet shall he live, and whoever lives and believes in me shall never die. JOHN 11:25-26 People of St. Paul’s, Over the years, the Bellamy Memorial Garden has served St. Paul’s as a final...
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Assistant Organist Appointed

Beloved of St. Paul’s, As we begin the new year of Music at St. Paul’s I write with exciting news to share. I have appointed the Rev. Dr. William J. Weisser (Dr. Bill) to assist our Director of Music Ronnie Wise at the organ bench. Dr. Bill has been with us during our...
Pastoral Letter on Richard Rhoads

Pastoral Letter on Richard Rhoads

Dear St. Paul’s family, I write with sadness to tell you that our beloved organist, Richard Rhoads, has lost his battle with complications from cancer and has passed fully into eternal life. I know this news is hard to bear. It has been an honor and privilege to work...