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Welcome to St. Paul's

Many of us have come from different faith traditions; some from no tradition. However, all of us have been drawn to this sacred place seeking answers to life's deeper questions. 

As an intergenerational community of faith, we celebrate God's graciousness by proclaiming in word and deed that God's love is abundant and unconditional. Our spiritual commitment to social justice and ministry beyond our walls calls us to individual and collective action.

Wherever you are on your journey with, or toward, God, from any tradition or none, you are welcomed and invited to experience God's life-giving grace and peace with us at St. Paul's.

SUNDAY MORNINGS AT ST. PAUL'S

please see "Weekly Calendar" below for details

8:00 -- Contemplative Communion Service in Chapel with time for silence and shared reflections on the readings

9:00 -- Christian Education for All Ages:  Sunday School and Youth Group in Lower Level, Adult Education in Lichtenberger Room (September through June)

10:00 -- Holy Communion with Music, Choir and Sermon in the Sanctuary

11:00 -- Coffee and Conversation

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jill seiler-moonJill brings a multitude of skills, talents and experiences to parish administration at St. Paul's. She is a Spiritual Director who completed the Spiritual Direction Practicum at Still Harbor, as well as a SoulCollage® Facilitator; a process of self-discovery and deepening one's intuition and wisdom through collage making. She has been an occupational therapy practitioner for the past 20 years, serving the elderly in skilled nursing facilities, as well as children with various abilities in elementary schools. She has also served as a Family Education Specialist at the Alzheimer's Association and an Educator at Healing Moments, passions that grew out of her caregiving experience with her father who passed away after his 10-year journey living with Alzheimer's.
 
As a parishioner at Church of the Advent in Medfield for 30 years, Jill has been an Outreach Committee Chair, Vestry member, Parish Profile and Spiritual Life Committee member, and organizer of women's retreats, prayer collage workshops, and labyrinth walks. Currently, Jill serves as a Lay Eucharistic Minister, commissioned worship leader, deanery representative, and member of the Flower Guild.
 
In her leisure time, Jill can be found adoring her Golden Retriever and Black Lab, seeking peace and solace through meditation and long walks in the woods, and kayaking on the Charles River. Her son Evan is completing his masters degree in special education, and her daughter Cameron is a historic preservationist.
 
Jill completed her occupational therapy coursework at Mount Ida College and designed her own program of studies in Aging and Healing at Lesley University to complete her Bachelor's Degree. She also holds a "Doctor of Mirth" degree from the Dana Farber Cancer Institute in Boston, where she was a founding member of their volunteer clowning program.

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