Free Community Sharing (Drive-Thru) Meals on Wednesdays 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. - All ARE WELCOME!
Please join us! Our worship services are in-person every Sunday at 10 AM (masks required and social distancing recommended). Our Christmas services will be on Christmas Eve, December 24, at 4 PM & 10 PM. All of our services are also livestreamed on our YouTube. All are WELCOME! ***********Our website is under construction***********
During this holy season of Advent, as we await the coming of Christ Jesus, we will be gathering together to join in a series of Wednesday evening “Cozy Vespers” virtually via Zoom (see information below) at 7:00 p.m. and follow Marty Haugen’s "Holden Evening Prayer." This is an East Side Collaborative of churches: Hope, Arlington Hills, Our Redeemer, and Grace. In addition to "Holden Evening Prayer," we will also use "In Light AND Darkness." Included in this resource are a series of questions to help us dig deeper into what the Advent themes of light and darkness mean to us as followers of Christ. There is even a craft activity that you are welcome—even encouraged—to participate in as we worship together.As we prepare to gather these Wednesday evenings, I encourage you to take some steps to set the scene and make these “Cozy Vespers” even more special: light a candle, prepare a hot beverage, put on your favorite sweater, or whatever makes you most comfortable.Join us tonight, Wednesday, December 1, at 7:00 p.m. and in the weeks to follow to explore what it means to be “Advent People,” wandering and wondering in the darkness, waiting for a child to be born.- Per, the InternWhat: “Cozy Vespers”Where: Zoom link: us02web.zoom.us/j/827570129 OR bit.ly/3cuvY3iMeeting ID: 827 570 129Passcode: 1340When: 7:00 PM on Wednesdays in December (12/1, 12/8, 12/15, & 12/22)Who: All are welcome! ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations to our Flower Garden Team led by Carol Rodriguez! Great job at keeping our church grounds beautiful, which resulted in getting recognized by the Saint Paul's Blooming Showcase!!"We were quite surprised to find your little sign in one of our gardens at our church!There are about ten of us who have been working on the front gardens and a court-yard on the east side of our building for many years.The main garden bordering the semi-circle driveway in the front of our building is divided into eight sections, and each of us takes ownership of a section, planting and caring for it throughout the season. (It used to be wider, but as most of us got older, we decided to make this garden half as wide!)We have gardens around our church sign in the front, as well as around the trees. We also have large planters by the entrance of our main doors.Our continuous goal is to make our church entrance look alive and cheerful, and a welcoming place—just as we are when you enter our doors! Come visit us!Thank you so much for admiring and acknowledging our labor of love!"#BloomingSaintPaulShowcase #Gardeners #ChurchGarden ... See MoreSee Less
Join us for a Thanksgiving Ecumenical Service Tuesday, November 23, at 7:00 p.m. at Church of Saint Pascal Baylon, 1757 Conway Street, St. Paul. This is a tradition we continue with other East Side congregations around Thanksgiving. Join us in person or livestreamed at: youtu.be/rHAFQzZcess... See MoreSee Less