Welcome to the Church of Saint Paul's website. As a parish we seek to live out our Catholic faith by encountering the living God. We seek to grow in deep relationship with the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit through prayer and the Sacraments, and by knowing the truths of the Gospel and our Catholic faith. This knowledge is meant to be lived in relationship with God and one another. Join us as we seek to grow deeper in encountering the Lord through our Catholic Faith.
During this week, please keep the participants and volunteers in your prayers. Thank you to all of you who have played a role in the preparations of this wonderful week!
Vacation Bible School runs from 8:45am-12:00pm each day, August 3-7.
Please note Mass times for VBS week:
· Mass at 6:00pm on Monday, August 3 (NO 7:30am Mass or 8:00am Reconciliation)
· Mass at 6:00pm on Tuesday, August 4 (NO 8:30am Reconciliation or 9:00am Mass)
· Mass at 6:00pm on Wednesday, August 5 (NO 5:00pm Reconciliation)
· NO 8:30am Reconciliation or 9:00am Mass on Friday, August 7
Discover who the prophets were, what their message was, and why they are important to us • See how God is constantly calling you to a deeper relationship with Him • Discover the areas in your life that prevent you from drawing closer to God • Understand how the central message of the prophets is one of love, proclaiming the mercy of God for His children • And much more!
We are excited to announce that the Bible study for this fall is “The Prophets: Messengers of God’s Mercy." The cost is only $25 for this NEW 10-part DVD study that begins September 29 and ends December 15. Open to teens and adults, members and non-members. Please join us this fall!
To register online, click here.
Or download a registration form to return to the parish office by clicking here.
For more information or questions, contact Amanda in the parish office at 763-757-6910 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
All are invited to Healing the Family: How Healing
Reveals our Dignity and Strengthens the Body of Christ presented by Grief to Grace and Rachel's Vineyard founder Dr. Theresa Burke and International Pastoral Director, Fr. Dominic Allain on Friday, August 21 at 7:00pm at the Church of Saint Paul. Freewill offering.
The presentation will look at questions such as: How does trauma affect the Human Experience? Why do we need to address the past and heal? Are there practical means of healing from anxiety and depression? What is grief work? and I have a friend, co-worker, or relative who has experiences trauma, what can I do?
To learn more about the work of Dr. Burke and Fr. Allain, visit www.grieftograce.org or www.rachelsvineyard.org. You may also contact Judy V. in the parish office at 763-757-6910 or email@example.com.