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Each Sunday we celebrate Communion together at 10:30 am with music, hymns, scripture readings, a sermon and prayers. Although masks are optional, we strongly encourage those worshiping to wear a mask for their own protection and the protection of others. We look forward to welcoming you to St. Paul’s.

Celebrating Black History Month

It was January, 1970 in the United States and 1995 in Canada when Black History Month started. During the month of February there is a focus on culture, history and issues of justice, both past and present. As much as it is about culture and history, though, I also believe it is about spirituality, faith and faithfulness. Black History Month has gained momentum in the church for that very reason, because it is equally about spirituality and faith.

Many of the most faithful followers of Jesus I have known over the years have come from Africa and the Caribbean. Their sense of spirituality is so ingrained within them that it is integrated into their whole outlook on life. God is very central and Jesus is a foundation as blessings are recognized, even though their life experiences haven’t always been the easiest to rise above. And yet, they are clear that they have done so with God’s help, by knowing and trusting in Jesus as the source of all that has grown into goodness and newness of life. Read More.

Posted on: February 16th, 2022

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