June 25



The Fifth Sunday after Pentecost, June 28, 2015

  • SUNDAY'S APPOINTED MASS READINGS: Song of Solomon 1:13-15; 2:23-24; Mark 5:21-43; Preaching: the Rector. 
  • THIS SUNDAY, JUNE 28, COLD COVERED DISH LUNCH AFTER MASS!  Yes, in our own hot Parish Hall we will hold a cold covered dish lunch. Team Kitchen will have removed the Parish Hall kitchen’s sink and portions of the kitchen’s floor, making that workspace impossible to use.  THEREFORE, start thinking now of the great COLD DISH (as in not requiring heating on a stove, washing preparation, etc.) that you will bring and share with others.  And yes, the usual iced tea and lemonade will be served to wash it all down.  And bring a friend!
  • TEAM KITCHEN IS UNDERWAY! The old cabinets, countertop, sink and flooring will be removed by members of “Team Kitchen” this weekend, June 26-28. The kitchen will be closed for approximately a month while our volunteers purchase, assemble and install the new cabinets, counter, sink, lighting, dishwasher and coffee machine! If you’d like to volunteer to help, please contact sheryl.a.jordan@gmail.comWhether or not you have time or ability to work, we need your support! We are only about 10% to our fundraising goal, so let’s step it up! Please DONATE, and please tell your friends and family about our fundraising website: www.gofundme.com/stpauls and the online pop-up-auction www.biddingowl.com/stpaulsepiscopal
  • POP UP AUCTION UPDATES:  Keep checking your Summer 2015 POP UP Auction bids and watch for newly added items at www.biddingowl.com/stpaulsepiscopal . You can bid until the bidding closes at 2pm on Saturday July 18th.  NOTE the following updates and exciting additions:  KIDVILLE - One 2-Week Camp Session & a Silver Membership at Kidville Carroll Gardens (380 Court St.) or Kidville Park Slope (808 Union St.) - $850 value.  And check out this newly added item perfect for a summer’s day - SCHOONER PIONEER- 2 passes for a beautiful 2 Hour Sail Around New York Harbor! A daytime sail on the 1885 Schooner PIONEER donated by the South Street Seaport Museum. The PIONEER sails 6 days a week throughout the sailing season. This is the best way to tour the city, without crowds, cars, and chaos, relax aboard the original way New Yorkers worked and traveled ($76 value).


  • FOOD DRIVE:  Throughout the summer months, bins to receive non-perishable food items are placed in the rear of the church.  Items collected will help restock the pantry shelves of First Presbyterian Church, Brooklyn Heights. 


Summertime activities – Mark your calendars 

  • CHOOSE A TEAM: GET INSPIRED:  Did you choose a team yet?  We are hoping everyone will participate in some way.  There are 4 Teams:  Basement, Kitchen, Rectory, and Exterior.  For more information about each team's project and the many ways you can help, check out www.gofundme.com/stpauls .
  • A GREAT OLD HYMN FEST will fill mass next Sunday, July 5, Independence Day weekend.  Make plans to sing your favorite hymn!
  • FERRAGOSTO ICE CREAM: In celebration of the Assumption of the BVM (August 15), special Italian ice-cream will be served after mass on August 16.
  • JAZZ@MASS SUNDAYS are planned for August 2, and September 27.
  • FALL RUMMAGE SALE: September 12.  

St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Clinton & Carroll Streets, Brooklyn.
718-625-4126  •  email: info@stpaulscarrollst.org  •  Donate
Rector: The Reverend Peter Cullen  |  Music Director: Vince Peterson

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