REMINDERS: 1) TIME CHANGE! Daylight Savings Time ends; 2) NY Marathon on Sunday morning—many street access routes are cut off. Pre-check your route to church.
NO SUNDAY SCHOOL TODAY
SOLEMN MASS with HOLY BAPTISM: 11:00
SUNDAY'S APPOINTED MASS READINGS: Isaiah 25:6-9; Psalm 24; Revelation 21:1-6a; John 11:32-44; Preaching: The Rector.
ST. PAUL’S 27th ANNUAL AUCTION set for SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7!
VISIT THE AUCTION TABLE during Coffee Hour - View some stuff up for auction, get quilt raffle tickets, and buy your entrance ticket for the Auction dinner and bidding! Join some Auction bidding now in progress! If you go to www.biddingowl.com/stpaulsepiscopal you will find an array of items up for bids on our By It Now (BIN) list. This portion of online bidding ends at 2:00 pm, Friday, November 6. Bid Now! Bid Often!
BRING A FRIEND TO CHURCH SUNDAY: November 22: Lots of people say that more than once it crossed their minds to check out what church might be like, but they don’t know how to “do it”—how to “go” and how to “act” once they cross the threshold. Give them the gift of an invitation! Ask them if they’d like to come to church with you on November 22. They will at least learn something about you—what brings meaning and joy and direction to your life.
ADULT CHRISTIAN EDUCATION OFFERINGS: November 15: The Rev. Nell Archer, Keith Edwards, and John Prince leading a discussion of Pope Francis’s encyclical Laudato Si, “On Care for our World”; and on December 20: “Re-Considering Handel’s Messiah”, a presentation led by Rufus Hallmark and Vince Peterson as a prelude to our annual “Messiah Sing” to be held later that evening.
MESSIAH Sing Sunday, December 20, 7:30 p.m.: In short order, our (now) annual Messiah Sing has become a favorite holiday event of parishioners and neighbors alike. And although tickets are “cheep,” a crowded audience greatly helps the parish budget. Our own Vince Peterson directs a baroque orchestra and professional soloists, while the audience sings the great choruses of Handel’s Messiah, concluding with the thrilling Hallelujah chorus. After the “sing,” all are invited to the Parish Hall for seasonal homemade cookies and warm cider. Tickets go on sale beginning November 15, but mark your calendar now, and invite friends to join you.
St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Clinton & Carroll Streets, Brooklyn.
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Rector: The Reverend Peter Cullen | Music Director: Vince Peterson