Announcements

The Week Beginning Sunday, July 29th

Join us for Holy Eucharist this Sunday at 8 & 9:45 am

Office Hours: Monday-Friday from 9am—2pm.

St. Paul’s Maumee is hosting Baldemar Velasquez, co-founder of the Farm Laborers’ Organizing Committee, to speak about immigration issues on Sunday, July 29, from 6:30-8:00PM. This sounds like a venture into scary ground politically, but the General Convention actually has spoken out about immigration, undocumented workers, migrant labor, and more over the past twenty years, so it is very much in line with Episcopal teaching and practice.

Here is a link to a blog post about the event, including links to the Episcopal church’s policies: https://stpaulsmaumee.org/blog/immigration-2018-and-beyond/
Here is a link to the Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/169684380569929/

Coming Soon! Rally Sunday, September 9th at 11am Food Trucks and Fellowship

Let’s kick off the church year on Rally Sunday with delicious food and great fellowship!  Invite your friends and neighbors!

Be a Garden Angel!
The Memorial Garden work days for Summer 2018 will be as follows: Aug 4 & 18. All times 9-11 a.m. Come prepared with gardening gloves to do some weeding, and dress for the weather. Contact Dee Becker for more information.

Feed Your Neighbor: 

Please donate nonperishable food items to support the local food bank. Drop off items in the baskets near the entrances.

Presiding Bishop’s Letter Regarding Upcoming Surgery; Prayers Welcomed. Bishop Curry has been diagnosed with prostate cancer. Here's a link to his official statement.
https://www.episcopalchurch.org/posts/publicaffairs/presiding-bishops-letter-regarding-upcoming-surgery-prayers-welcomed

Compline Service:
During the summer, Compline will be held on the last Wednesday of the month, August 29th, from 7-8pm. We continue to use the Night Prayer Service from the New Zealand Book of Common Prayer. All are welcome!

Save the date!
The Memorial Garden service will be held on Sunday, August 26th at 9:45 am.  Tower Brass Quintet will provide the instrumental music for the service in the Garden.