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This Sunday at St. Paul's: June 14

  8:00 am Contemplative Eucharist (Chapel)

10:00 am Holy Eucharist with Sermon and Choir (Sanctuary)

11:30 am Coffee Hour (Great Hall) 

11:30 am MOP Grants Forum (Lichtenberger Room) 

MOP Proposal Forum this Sunday
Ministry Outside the Parish (MOP) will be holding a Proposal Forum on Sunday, June 14  after the 10:00am service in the Lichtenberger Room. We will be listening to presentations on six organizations that have applied for grants. We look forward to seeing you there. If you have any questions please refer to our website www.stpaulsbrookline.org or speak to Matshai Motimele or Georgia Smith.
Summer Hymn Sing
During our summer Sunday services (mid-June through Labor Day weekend), we have an ongoing "hymn-sing," in which we sing hymns selected by members of the congregation. If you have a favorite hymn or two (or more), please let us know by submitting them on a piece of paper in the hymn-box located at the rear door of the church. We can't promise that all suggested hymns will make it into a service; but we will do our best to include all of your suggestions.
A Conversation about End-of-Life Care: June 14
Please join Sherrill House and Ellen Goodman, Pulitzer Prize winning journalist and founder of the Conversation Project, for a free talk on the most important conversation Americans aren't having today - the conversation about end-of-life care.Ellen Goodman will share with humor and honesty her personal story as a caregiver to her mother. She'll offer ice breakers to start the conversation with loved ones and take questions from the audience: June 14 from 1:30 to 2:30 pm Trinity Church, Copley Square, Boston. For more information, please call 617-731-2400 X3073 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
Upcoming MOP Speakers' Series: June 21
We are pleased to invite you to the next MOP hosted speakers' series on June 21 at 11:30 am. Tinka Perry will speak about the amazing work that Episcopal Relief & Development does in over 40 countries.  Episcopal Relief & Development works to save lives and transform communities worldwide. They rebuild after disasters and empower people to create lasting solutions that fight poverty, hunger and disease.
Capital Campaign Consultant Meetings
As you may have heard over the last few months, St. Paul's is in need of some significant repairs to the building, organ, and heating systems. Additionally, the Long Range Planning Committee identified a number of areas where St. Paul's has a significant opportunity to grow in our programs, mission, and outreach. To address some of these issues and potential opportunities, the Vestry voted to explore the possibility of starting a capital campaign. Over the last month, the Vestry, and the leaders of our last Capital Campaign 8 years ago, met with two consultants to hear proposals about how to potentially run a campaign. After careful consideration, Kairos & Associates was chosen as the group most able to help us based on their skills and our needs.Over the next month, the Vestry will be considering whether to enter into a contract with Kairos to do the Discernment necessary to carry out a capital campaign.  Please let the Wardens (Arlene Swan-Mahony and Chris Dulla) or anyone on the Vestry know if you have any questions or concerns, or if you would like to be part of the conversation.  Thanks!
Brookline Food Pantry
The steady increase in customers at the Brookline Food Pantry has inspired the director, Rene Feuerman, to open a second location at 55 Egmont Street. This new location will open Thursdays from 3-7 pm for the first few weeks and then continue to expand hours based on customer use. If you are interested in volunteering at either location please speak with Melissa Dulla by phone at 650-743-6745 or contact her via email at  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
St. Paul's 11th Annual All Parish Retreat: October 2-4, Save the Date
St. Paul's All-Parish Retreat will take place this year from Friday, October 2 to Sunday, October 4 at the Barbara C. Harris Camp and Conference Center in Greenfield, New Hampshire. The Retreat is a great opportunity to worship, reflect, relax and enjoy a beautiful country setting while getting to know people in the parish in new ways.
Serving Us This Week
Presider and Preacher 
The Rev. Megan C. Holding         
Assisting Clergy  The Rev. Matthew Kruger 
Organist and Choir Director  Andrew E. Clarkson 
Verger 
Kendall Gray 
Crucifer  Jamie Hintz 
Server  HD Rothman 
Torchbearer   Elliana Clarkson and Sarah Dulla 
Lectors
Alexis Howe and Nate Gaede 
Prayers of the People  Pat Dunbar 
Chalice Bearers  Edmund Powers and Hazel Johnson 
Healing Prayers  Linda Sanches and Betsy Munzer 
Altar Guild   (8am) Ann Colageo (10am) Sharlene Wing   
Ushers  Walter Mucha, Robert Burke, and Sam Scott   
Greeters    Beverly Estes-Smargiassi, Cricket Beauregard-Lewis, Jeannie Baca, and Kate Kelley 
Coffee Hour Host  Hannah Haynes & The Dulla Family 
Click here to view the server spreadsheet. If you need to make a change, please find someone to swap with and let the office know so that the spreadsheet can be updated. 
Memorials, Prayers, and Celebrations
Birthdays: Keith Gabryelski, Nancy Sampson, Jeff Brown, Erickson Smith, and Elliana Clarkson.
 
Memorials: The flowers on the altar are given in memory of Earle and Judith Ralph.
 
Prayer List:  Jennifer L., Janet R., Sue A., Felina R., David F., Dottie W., Katherine S., Albert L., Jae K., the children and staff of Mil Milagros, Shadi E., Liz A., Andy S., Ouida F., Emily Z., Amy C., Randy L. & Family, Elena J., Donna L., Kathy E., Jane L., Rev. John H., Edward J., Beth A., Eleanore W., Maryann K., and those in the military: Lucas S. and Hana L.
Scripture Readings
Ezekiel 17:22-24; 2 Corinthians 5:6-10, 14-17; Mark 4:26-34
Wherever you are on your journey with or toward God, you are welcome and invited at St. Paul's!
Abundant Blessings,
St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Brookline

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