Church Bulletin 
Sunday, July 18th

Eighth Sunday after Pentecost

This Sunday, we're going to be having a Eucharistic Service, with Father Raja Zabaneh, live and in person, at St. Paul's, beginning at 10 am.  Our altar server this week will be Keith Satterwhite, and the acolyte is Gabriel Gonzalez.

Music for the Sunday Service

The Mezzanos have returned from their well-deserved vacation.  Be sure to welcome them home!
  • Processional Hymn: Savior Like a Shepherd Lead Us v.1,2 [H #708]
  • Sequence Hymn: My Shepherd Will Supply My Need v.1,2 then 3 [H #664]
  • Offertory:  There is a Balm in Gilead Burleigh
  • Communion Hymn: One Bread, One Body Foley
  • Recessional Hymn: The Church’s One Foundation v. 1,2,3 [H #525]
Download this week's service booklet HERE

Readings for the Sunday Service

  • The Reading: 2 Samuel 7:1-14a (Becky Webb)
  • The Response: Psalm 89:20-37 (Keith Satterwhite)
  • The Epistle: Ephesians 2:11-22 (Sue Bush)
  • The Holy Gospel: Mark 6:30-34, 53-56 (Fr. Raja Zabaneh)
Download this week's service booklet HERE

July Birthdays and Anniversaries

Blessings, Felicitations, and Many Happy Returns!
  • Frank Howe July 7
  • Michelle Nader July 7
  • R. Forrest Adams July 8
  • Merilyn Kaufmann July 12
  • Stephen Seymour July 21
  • Aaron Uitti July 21
  • Alice Bayne July 22

We might not have your birthday or anniversary:  Reply to this email with your name, your birth date, your marriage date, and your confirmation date, and we'll update our records!

General Announcements

This Saturday, a celebration of the life of Joel Perry will take place, starting at 11:00 in the Sanctuary.  A reception will follow in Bocher Hall.  All are welcome.  In lieu of flowers donations may be made in Joel’s name to St. Paul’s Episcopal Church.  

Offering Statements will be in back of the church.  Please pick up yours after the service, in order to conserve postage.

Father Raja's new vestments have been blessed, by Bishop Howard, to the service of our Lord.

"These Vestments were blessed by me on June 24, 2021 with much love for the one who will wear them in God's Service" +SJHoward

Father Raja will commence his Bible Study on The Book of Revelation, beginning July 14 at 10 AM in Bocher Hall.  All are welcome to attend, and please bring your favorite Bible, too.

Early Bird Gardeners:  Sue, Mary and Jill will be working in the Memory Garden, and Fr. Mike's Garden on Saturday mornings, beginning June 26 from 8:30 AM to 11 AM for those who would like to join are most welcome and needed!
The Sanctuary has a new gutter running the full length of the third story with 3 down spouts to remove rain water away from the lower roofs. The Choir Director happily reports that we are not experiencing any leaks above the organ, piano, choir area. Job well done, Vestry!
The Creek Property has been cut and one truck load of debris (hurricane, fallen tree tops) departed the property last week!  Load #2 is in the works within the month! HALLELUJAH!
Bocher Hall windows have been washed by our Sexton, Susan Powell, and her friend, Albert. They are spotless!!  The lettering is now removed from the inside top, and they will relocate to the Library next, then back to the driveway windows (up high) in Bocher Hall. We are extremely pleased with Susan's willingness to serve and go beyond the call of duty! The screens are stored in the Flower Room as a couple need repair.

The Altar Guild is looking for new volunteers to help out dressing out the altar. Respond to this email if you're interested.

Church Bulletin Submissions

Anyone wishing to contibute to the Church Bulletin, update information, make corrections, and so on, please note that the reply email for our Church Bulletins has changed:  Please direct all replies to:
This separate mailbox will allow me (Richard) to keep track of announcements, updates, and changes in one place!
In a real sense, we'll be starting over, especially with the parts of the service that we all participate in.  Ushers, Readers, Cleaners, and so on.  We need to start rebuilding the volunteer lists and schedules going forward, and this is a first call for helpers, for all of these volunteer activities, and others as well.  So, please reply back to this email to offer your labor to reactivate St. Paul's.
We are asking that families can sit together, but please otherwise lets keep social distancing going.  Please consider sitting in alternating pews, to help with this.  If you have a mask to wear, please bring it, although we have a small supply of masks for those that need them.  Masks are not to protect you, they are to protect those around you.  The collection plate will be set up in the back of the sanctuary, for those that make weekly donations or want to make a special offering. 

Prayer for the Election of Our Bishop

The Diocese of Florida Nominating Committee is asking for the prayers of everyone at St. Pauls:

Almighty God, giver of every good gift, we pray that you would look graciously upon the Diocese of Florida, and so guide the minds and hearts of the Nominating Committee as they prayerfully select candidates for the election of the next bishop of this diocese, that we may receive a faithful pastor who will care for your people and equip us for our ministries: Guide also the minds and hearts of the candidates who will come before the Nominating Committee, that this process will be a time of discernment and growth in their lives and ministries; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

Media Ministry

We have completely replaced the sanctuary sound system, and we are striving to make it better every week.  Please subscribe to the channel, and click the bell for notifications, in order to be notified when new videos are uploaded, or live-streams begin.

Be sure to tune in via YouTube (CLICK HERE)
if you are unable to attend.

We've launched a Facebook Page, in order to expand our presence on the internet.  We will be including pictures, articles, stories, posts, links to videos, and links to our website.  There's even a signup page to receive this email!  So become a Facebook Fan, and spread the word. Like, Follow, Share! Let's Grow the Kingdom of God on Earth.

Prayer List

We're re-starting an old church program with a new post-covid twist.  Our prayer list will now be sent out via email!. 
Send Prayer Requests to 
to have a name added to the prayer list. 
We will keep a name on the list for 4 or 5 weeks, unless a different length is required.  Just let us know.

New and Returning Members

Every week, it seems, that familiar faces are returning to St. Paul's, and new ones are appearing as well.  Be sure to say good morning to Kyle Karousatos, a potential new member, and welcome back Kimberly Cates, whom we've missed for some time!

New Artwork in the Sanctuary

Our Sister in Christ, and esteemed artist, Harriet Wilson, has graced us with a new piece of art in the Sanctuary.  The piece, of a seagull at the beach, is a clever Florida twist on the dove of Pentecost.  Stop by the lectern and take a moment to contemplate the image and meditate of the message of anticipation.

Can A Week

We're still doing our Can-A-Week campaign to support the Arlington Food Bank.  So many have been negatively affected by the economic upheaval from the response to the CoronaVirus pandemic.  More than ever, those least able to cope with these changes need our help.  Bring an extra can Sunday morning, or drop one by during the week, and we'll make sure it makes it to those who need it.
Note that in June, 90 pounds of food
was delivered to the Arlington Food Bank!
We've been told that Personal items such as toothbrushes, toothpaste, shampoo, toilet paper and laundry powder are most in need at this time. We will be expanding on this list of needed specialty items going forward. 

Supporting St. Pauls

The Mission of the Church remains unchanged:  We are still feeding the hungry, healing the sick, and working for the Kingdom of God.  We still need your financial support, as always.  Follow THIS LINK to make "on-line" contributions to the ministry of St. Paul's. Contributions sent in by US Mail are always welcome, and you can still drop off your pledge offering in your envelope in the mail slot at the church.
This newsletter will improve as we go forward.  Thanks, and We'd like your input at Be sure to put "newsletter suggestions" in the heading!
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