This Sunday at St. Paul’s

April 22, The Third Sunday of Easter

Solemn High Mass: 11:00 AM
Sunday’s Appointed Readings and Sermon

The First Reading—Acts 3:12-10
Psalm 4
The Epistle—1 John 3:1-7
The Gospel— Luke 24:36b-48
Sermon—Fr. Wallace

Music

Prelude:  Aria—David Ashley White
Entrance Hymn and Asperges, “Awake, arise, lift your voice,” Hymnal, #212
Offertory Hymn: “Now the […]

Guest Preacher, Sunday, April 22: Canon Claire Woodley

We are honored to welcome the Rev’d Claire Woodley, Canon for Ministry Support for the Episcopal Diocese of Long Island, as our guest preacher next Sunday, April 22.  She will be guiding St. Paul’s through its search process. Please give her a proper St. Paul’s welcome.

236 and 238 PRESIDENT STREET ARE SAVED! (for now at least)

 

We are happy to announce that the historic buildings at 236 and 238 President Street have been “calendared” by the Landmarks Preservation Commission which means that the issue of landmarking these buildings has been added to the LPC’s calendar for discussion.  In the meantime, the buildings cannot be demolished. Many thanks to everyone from the […]

2nd Annual St. Patrick’s Day Dinner Huge Success!

Many thanks to Keith Edwards, Ken Schwartz, the kitchen crew, and to The St. Paul’s Irish Singers (a.k.a., the Choir) for their diligence and hard work in making this year’s St. Patrick’s Day Dinner such a wonderful success!  Attendance was twice what it was last year, with several families from the neighborhood in attendance. And […]

Bishop Wolf Visits St. Paul’s on Easter Sunday

St. Paul’s was honored to host Bishop Gerayln Wolf, Assistant Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Long Island, on Easter Day.  Bishop Wolf celebrated the glories of the Resurrection with us by celebrating High Mass.

First Prayer Day is “transformative”

Our first Prayer Day, part of the Prayer Covenant with Bishop Provenzano, was this last Saturday afternoon, March 10. The session was structured as a workshop-practicum, and Lilo Carr-Rivera guided the six-member group through three different methods of prayer.  It proved to be a moving and rewarding experience for everyone involved, one participant describing it […]

St. Paul’s Welcomes New Music Staff

On Sunday, January 21, St. Paul’s welcomes its new Music Staff:  Alex Canovas, Director of Music, and Nathan Taylor, Organist.

Alex Canovas is a vocal artist, conductor, and teacher based in Brooklyn, NY. He currently serves as Director of Music at St. Paul’s Carroll Street, Associate Conductor for Choral Chameleon, and Operations Manager for the Empire […]

Parish Names New Interim Priest

The Wardens and the Vestry are pleased to introduce Father Sean Wallace, our new interim priest for St. Paul’s.
“I seek to make God present in people’s lives through worship, community, and the sacraments; and to preach, teach, and walk with people in their journeys with Our Lord Jesus Christ.”
– Fr. Sean Wallace
Fr. Wallace comes to […]