Weekly Newsletter
This Sunday at St. Paul's: May 22
   8:00 am   Holy Eucharist with Reflection (Chapel)
   9:00 am   Church School (Lower Level)
   9:00 am   Adult Education: The Book of Revelation (Lichtenberger Room)
 10:00 am   Holy Eucharist with Choir and Sermon (Sanctuary)  

 11:15 am   Coffee Hour (Great Hall)
 11:30 am   Faith in Action Meeting (Rector's Office)
 11:30 am   Sunday Lunch Bunch (meet in Great Hall to determine off-site location)
 12:00 pm   Buildings and Grounds Meeting (Lichtenberger Room)
  • This Sunday, we are happy to welcome The Rev. Michael Robinson as Priest Associate and his wife Francis who have recently joined St. Paul's.


  • Our conversation and study of The Book of Revelation continues. Please join us in the Lichtenberger Room at 9:00 am. All are welcome! No previous bible experience necessary!


  • This week, the Sunday Lunch Bunch will be meeting again. If you haven't yet heard about us, the Sunday Lunch Bunch is a group of St. Paul's folks who enjoy going
    out for a casual restaurant meal and friendly conversation each FOURTH Sunday of the month. Everyone is welcome. After the 10 o'clock service, we will gather in the Great Hall to determine our destination. Often we travel by foot but transportation is always available. If you'd like to know more, please speak with Ed Jacobson, Maryann Kurkjian or an usher or greeter after the service. Come join us!
Taste of St. Paul's: May 21, 6:30-9:30 pm
For all those that are planning to attend Taste of St. Paul's this Saturday, please find a preview of the silent auction catalog by clicking HERE.  For those that can't make it, we hope you will take a look through the catalog and consider making bids via proxy.  You will be assigned an anonymous bidder who will place your requested bid amounts on each item during the silent auction on Saturday; you set the maximum bid and they will take care of the rest.  More instructions are described in the catalog.
We hope to see everyone for a fun-filled evening!  
Astonished and Amazed
An enormous thanks to all of our readers, too numerous to name (but you know who you are!), who participated in last Sunday's Pentecost service. Thirty four of you "astonished and amazed" us by reading in thirteen different languages. We heard the story of the coming of the Holy Spirit in  Dutch, Farsi, French, German, Greek, Italian, Japanese, Latin, Mandarin Chinese, Spanish, Russian, Zulu, and King James' English. Together, your contributions created a wonderfully powerful and meaningful representation of the diversity of God's people as we celebrated the birthday of the church. Thank you!
Welcome to our new Childcare Provider, Lola!
Our new Childcare Provider will begin this Sunday!
Lola Adeosun is a junior at Boston University, studying English and Political Science. She is originally from London, U.K, but resides in Atlanta, Georgia, with her mom and younger brother. Lola started babysitting at 11 years old and lead a small group of kids at her church in Georgia for four years, which really spurred her passion for children. Lola states, "I have sorely missed child interactions in college, and cannot wait to meet all the families at St.Pauls!" 

We are excited to welcome Lola to the St. Paul's Family!
20s/30s Group Gathering: Friday, May 27
Drop by Middle Grey, a coffee shop/bar/restaurant in Brookline, for as little or long as your schedule allows. The 20s/30s group will be there 6-8PM!
Invitation for MOP Grant Applications: Deadline is May 31
Every year St.Paul's MOP committee awards grants to approximately 20 non-profit organizations doing GOD's work in very diverse fields from Boston to a remote village in Kenya. If there is an organization you would like us to support you are invited to apply for a grant. Information about the application process and forms can be found on our website by clicking here. If you have questions please speak to Matshai Motimele or Georgia Smith or send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
All Parish Activity: Brookline Porchfest
Saturday June 4, 1-3 pm
Our next All Parish Activity will be to participate in Brookline Porchfest 2016! Porchfest is an annual event where bands play music on porches all around the Brookline community.

St. Paul's will be hosting a "Campfire Sing Along," using our song books from the All Parish Retreat. We will gather around a makeshift campfire in the front yard to sing songs together with members of our wider community on Saturday, June 4 from 1-3 pm (rain date will be Saturday, June 11).

Andy will be organizing musicians; if you are available to play, please email Andy at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or if you have questions/comments/feedback, please email Eliza at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. For more information about Brookline Porchfest, please visit their website at: http://brookline.porchfest.info/ 
Church School Outing: Saturday, June 11
Let's celebrate and have fun! Join us on Saturday, June 11 at Skyzone Boston as we
celebrate another great Church School Year!
RSVP by May 31 so Hazel is able to solidify numbers.
Summer Acolytes
If you are interested in Acolyting during the summer (June 19- August 28), please contact Hazel Johnson at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
Are you interested in a Yoga Ministry at St. Paul's?
Our very own Martha Curtis is an experienced Kripalu trained Hath yoga teacher who can offer a meditative yoga class during the week for both beginning and more experienced yoga practitioners. Classes will be free, and meditation and simple yoga postures would be the focus of this class.

If you are interested, please email Martha Curtis at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and Eliza Marth at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with your preferred days/time of the day.
Serving Us This Week
Preacher  Eliza Marth                     
Presider    The Rev. Jeffrey W. Mello  
Assisting Clergy  The Rev. Michael Robinson 
Director of Music 
Andrew E. Clarkson  
Verger  Kendall Gray  
Server  Josh Pang 
Crucifer Jillian Carusone 
Torchbearers  Delilah Chapman and Millicent Chapman  
Lectors  Julie House and Tim Hintz 
Prayers of the People  John Ferguson 
Chalice Bearers  Lauren Lukason and Suzette Stines  
Healing Prayers  Lorraine Baugh and Eliza Marth 
Altar Guild   8:00 AM: Lydia Snover
10:00 AM:  John Ferguson and Mike Scheffler 
Greeters    Clara Batchelor, Julie House, Roger House, and
Rebecca Schultzberg    
Ushers  Sam Scott, Walter Mucha, Robert Burke, and Jeannie Baca 
Sunday School Snack  The Hintz-Rosser 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
Celebrations  We remember and celebrate the birthdays of Gary McPhail, Jacob Boral, Linda Hastie, Kate Kelley, Owen Mallon, and Nancy Madden.Memorials   We give thanks for the lives of Marjorie Ellis VanScoyoc, William H. Vanscoyoc, and Linda and Marion Scott, in whose memory the altar flowers are given.Prayers
Jennifer L., Felina R., the Children and Staff of Mil Milagros, Amy C., Janet R., Edward J.,
David F., Dottie W., Randy Lewis and Family, Bill H., Kendall G., Charles P., Ruth R., Camille J-F, George M., Yukiyo B., Laura Z., Paul, John P., Isobel W-I., Lyn H., Aneta G., Annette W., Martin S., Beverly E-S, and those in the military: Lucas S. and Hana L. 
Scripture Readings
Proverbs 8:1-4, 22-31; Romans 5:1-5; John 16:12-15
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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