Message From Fr. Caleb

Message From Fr. Caleb

Dear St. Paul’s Family, Despite all of us being up to date on vaccinations and eligible boosters, a member of my family woke up this morning with a fever and sore throat and, has since, tested positive for COVID-19.  Under current CDC guidelines I am not required to...
Message From Fr. Caleb

The Living Nativity

What a year this has been!  Think about it for a moment. Over the past twelve months, St. Paul’s has been in a constant state of transition and transformation.  Change is never easy, but all of us, whether we’ve been at this church for years, have just started...
Message From Fr. Caleb

A Word from the Rector

Dear St. Paul’s Family,   It has been a delight to have The Reverend Catherine Powell with us over the past few weeks. Just as I was announcing her new role with us at St. Paul’s, she was receiving news that she would need to undergo surgery at the end of December and...
Message From Fr. Caleb

Thanksgiving from the Rector

Dear St. Paul’s Family,   I write to you to simply say “Thank you!” As I ponder all the things in my life for which I am most thankful,St. Paul’s is near the top of the list.  I am thankful for how we love God in our worship. I am thankful for how that worship...
Message From Fr. Caleb

Transforming Generosity

Dear St. Paul’s Family, As we approach the Celebration of our New Ministry in the presence of our Bishop this Thursday, I want to express my deep gratitude to the entire St. Paul’s family.  It is truly a blessing to be your new rector.   I want you to know that...
Message From Fr. Caleb

Annual Appeal Letter from the Rector

Oct. 21Dear St. Paul’s Family, Energy and morale are high around St. Paul’s these days.  There is excitement in the air as we continue to celebrate and give praise to the living God through our robust Sunday liturgies, the ministry of hospitality and welcome, and...