Sunday, October 19, 2018

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

Memorial Services Details:

This Saturday, October 20, we will have a memorial service for Seavey "Bud" Bailey at 9:00 am followed by interment in the Garden.  At 3:00 pm, we will have a memorial service for Shirley Lindeen, followed by interment in the Garden and a reception in the Commons Room.


Common Grounds: Every Sunday after the 9:45 service

This Sunday, October 21: Our Local Mission Hours/Dollars At Work, Part 2: St. Paul's Community Center: Learn more about this vital agency serving the needs of the homeless in Toledo. We send a team there each summer to serve a proper Sunday dinner, and are blessed to be a small part of the daily presence St. Paul’s provides. Hear from Joe Habib, Executive Director of St. Paul's.


Trunk or Treat: Sunday, October 28th following the 9:45 service

All are invited to join us in the parking lot for this fun Fall event! We invite kids (and adults) to dress up and ‘trick or treat’ from car to car. In order for this event to be a success, we need parishioners who are willing to pass out candy from their car! It’s tons of fun if you decorate your car, but if you aren’t able, we welcome you to simply come and enjoy the presence of the children and sit by your car & hand out candy. This event is for EVERYONE, so please invite your friends, family and neighbors! Flyers are available on the hall and narthex tables.

Children's Storytelling Day: Peace-Making Across Cultures

On Sunday, October 21 from 4-6pm, the West Mission Chapter of the Commission for Racial Understanding is hosting Children's Storytelling Day: Peace-Making Across Cultures at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Maumee (310 Elizabeth St.). Representatives from several cultures will be on hand to tell stories about peace-making along with sharing activities, crafts, food, and fun! This event is particularly good for children and families, but it is informative for adults, so all ages are welcome to attend. The event is free and open to the community!

Donate to Hurricane Florence & Hurricane Michael Relief through Episcopal Relief & Development
We respond to storms in the United States and U.S. territories through our U.S. Disaster Program. Through our partnerships with Episcopal dioceses, we offer resources and training to help people prepare for disasters and provide emergency support so vulnerable people can make a sustained recovery after the storm. The benefit of our partnership with Episcopal churches is that these congregations are already deeply integrated within their communities. In other words, the Episcopal Church is there before responders arrive and will remain long after the news cameras have gone. You can help provide critical relief to affected communities by donating to our Hurricane Relief Fund. To donate and read the latest updates, visit

Feed Your Neighbor: 

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


Christmas Greenery Sale
It's time! Order your Christmas wreaths and greens and help support our youth mission trips at the same time! Find the order forms on the table in the hall and order by Sunday, October 28th. Wreaths and greens will be available for pick-up around the week of Thanksgiving.


Compline Service:
Please join us for prayer on Wednesday evenings from 7—8 pm. We often use the Night Prayer service from the New Zealand Book of Common Prayer. All are welcome.  This is a midweek opportunity to share thanksgivings and petitions.

"Again, I tell you truly that if two of you on the earth agree about anything you ask for, it will be done for you by My Father in heaven.” Matthew 18:19-20