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Stations of the Cross: During this season of Lent, the Stations of the Cross will be hanging in the parish hall for our use. There are booklets available to guide you through each station.

Confirmation Classes: Bishop Harris is visiting St. Paul’s on Sunday June 25th and will be doing Confirmations at the 10:30am service. If you have not been Confirmed or Received into the Episcopal Church and would like to be, please let Fr. Ben know as soon as possible. People looking to be Confirmed or Received will need to go through a series of Confirmation Classes with Fr. Ben prior to the Bishop’s visit. These classes will be taking place on Sunday afternoons following the 10:30am service. The classes will begin on April 23rd and go through June 18th. Teens & Adults are welcome!

St. Paul's Christian Yoga classes have begun! Please join us for one or more of these classes where we will use yoga to strengthen our relationship with Christ through meditation, breath work, and asanas. Classes are open to all levels (no experience necessary), are about an hour long, and cost is a suggested donation of $5. Classes are offered Wednesdays at 11:00 am (Christian Yoga - Hatha), Tuesdays at 6:00 pm (Secular Class - Hatha), and Fridays at 9:00 am (Christian Yoga - Yin). 

Wednesday Lenten Supper Series: Please join us for our Lenten Supper Series in the parish hall at 6:30 p.m. each Wednesday in Lent! We will have a covered dish supper and a program to follow. Our Lenten Series this year is “Entering the Passion of Jesus” by New Testament scholar, AJ Levine. In Entering the Passion of Jesus, author, professor, and biblical scholar Amy-Jill Levine explores the biblical texts surrounding the Passion story. She shows us how the text raises ethical and spiritual questions for the reader, and how we all face risk in our Christian experience. We need volunteers to sign up on the bulletin board to set-up and clean-up! We ask that volunteers for set-up arrive 30 minutes early (by 6:00 p.m.).

Adult Education: Adult Sunday School will continue every Sunday at 9:15am in the Parish Hall.

ACES March List: Pantry: Beef stew, Canned meat (spam, chicken, ham, salmon, tuna, etc.), Canned fruit, Instant potatoes (smaller boxes), Rice (smaller bags), Peanut butter, Personal care items (soap, toothpaste, shampoo, lotion, deodorant, toilet paper, etc.), Cleaning products (laundry soap, dish soap, etc.) Children's Clothing: Boy's and Girl's larger size winter clothes (sizes 12 - 18), Girl's larger size underwear (sizes 14 - 18), Diapers (size 4, size 6 and size 7)... We do not need pull-ups Adult Clothing: Men's athletic shoes (all sizes), Men's work boots (all sizes), Men's jeans (waist sizes 32 - 36), Men's plus size sleepwear, Men's white undershirts (all sizes), Women's bras (band 36 and above; cup D and above), Women's underwear (sizes 8 and larger/XL and larger).

The Backpack Ministry is a joint ministry between Hillcrest Baptist Church and St. Paul’s. We provide food for seven meals over the weekend to students who are identified by the school counselors. We serve seven area elementary, middle and high schools. Volunteer teams pack and distribute food to the schools once a week. Food is provided through donations and Outreach funds. We have started collecting food donations or monetary donations. Items needed are: Small cereal boxes or cups, Juice boxes, 15-16 oz. peanut butters, Mac-n-cheese cups, Canned: Corn, Potatoes, Peas, Green beans, Peas & carrots mix and Pork-n-beans. Please leave in the parish hall in the Backpack ministry tub. If you would like to make a monetary donation please write Backpack Ministry in the memo. God bless and many thanks to all who make this wonderful ministry possible. 

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