Dear friends,

Welcome to St. Paul’s Episcopal Church’s blog!  We are so glad you’ve taken the time to visit and hope you will consider commenting on blog posts and even writing posts of your own!

We hope for this to be a platform for discussion and updates among community members.  Check back regularly for posts regarding sermons, church-life announcements, current events, the arts, our community, and how our faith intercepts it all.

The more posts and comments contributed, the more rich the conversation becomes, so join us!

May the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, guard your hearts and minds in Christ Jesus.

Published on February 1, 2011 at 3:47 pm  Comments (4)  

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  1. This new blog has great possibilities! It could replace the need for a newsletter! It could even do away with time-consuming notices and information being read to us after church! The only thing necessary is for everyone in the church to get on board! Yeah! Thanks Kari!

  2. Just what honestly motivated u to post “The Ship’s Blog”? I reallytruly appreciated the post! Thanks for the post -Otto

    • Thanks, Otto. I hope you will take time to check back and read our brief daily reflections for Lent. We will be posting some sermons and other materials, too.

  3. Awesome that the Ship’s Blog has been resurrected. I love that the Lenten Reflections and Sermons are posted. Provides quick access for all who carry electronic devices that have Internet access. Thank you.

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