Outreach Opportunities 

RAIHN - Rochester Area Interfaith Hospitality Network 

Paul's Place next RAIHN rotation is  August 27th - September 3rd , 2017. 
…Save the date, Sign Up, and Serve!
. . .Sign up at RAIHN Volunteer - Sign Up 
. . . . . or call Lynn Griffith at (516) 662-1216.


St. Joseph's House of Hospitality  - The need for the following is still great: Clothing: gloves, hats, socks that go over the ankle, any fleece jackets, turtleneck sweaters; Grocery items: foil, bleach and dish soap, sugar, coffee, paper towels. Place your donations in the baskets in the Narthex or in the grocery cart in the Parish Hall. Questions? Contact Meredith Halter by email at mhalter@rochester.rr.com or by phone at 585-615-2058.

Faith in the World 2017

The Eucharist and Human Flourishing

Sunday, October 1st and Monday, October 2nd 

James Farwell is Professor of Theology and Liturgy at Virginia Theological Seminary in Alexandria. His work is in liturgical and sacramental theology, theories of ritual and religion, comparative theology, and the theology of religions. He holds degrees from The Catholic University of America, The General Theological Seminary, and Emory University.

Dr. Farwell has long been interested in liturgy as the ritual performance of identity and worldview – a notion central to his books on Holy Week (This Is the Night, T&T Clark 2005) and the shape of the Eucharist (The Liturgy Explained, Morehouse 2013). The same notion informs his Inaugural Address at Virginia Seminary and a recent essay published in the journal Liturgy, in which he calls for Eucharistic prayers to refer more explicitly to the ministry of the human Jesus, linking the Incarnation and Redemption together in the liturgical assembly’s imagination of its own life in Christ.

 In “The Eucharist and Human Flourishing,” Dr. Farwell will share his reflections on how liturgy imagines-in-performance the identity of the church; about the church’s liturgical consent to participation in the mission of Godand about the implications of all this for the future of the Eucharistic prayer, the manner in which the Eucharist is celebrated, and the possible revision of the Book of Common Prayer.


25 Westminster Road
 Rochester, New York  14607
 (585) 271 - 2240 ,  Fax (585) 271 - 8879
 Church e-Mail  -  
info@stpaulsec.org 


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Mark Your Calendars
for these upcoming events and services 
 

August 27th - RAIHN week at Paul's place

September 10th - Welcome Back Sunday and Breakfast

October 1st & 2nd - Faith in in the World


Service Items

Sundays 
   Child care provided from 9:00 - 11:30 a.m.
    - Church School 9:00 a.m.
 
   - Adult Education 9:00 a.m.
   
 - Loop and assistive listening devices available for the hearing impaired

Learn More About St. Paul's 

Link to THE EPISTLE - our Newsletter
Link to the SERMONS 
Link to ALLChurch Events List
Link to Faith in the World

Sunday Nursery Wish List:

     We like to keep our toddlers busy and engaged with fresh toys! If you are able to donate any of these new items, it would be appreciated. Toy cash register, doll stroller, Playskool Singing bus, Fisher Price Singing Puppy, coloring books, AA batteries, Clorox/Lysol Cleanup Wipes, and a pencil sharpener.