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This Sunday at St. Paul's: April 16 - The Sunday of the Resurrection: Easter Day
8:00 am:                       Choir Rehearsal (Sanctuary)
9:00 and 11:00 am:        Festival Easter Eucharists (Sanctuary)
10:15 am:                     Easter Egg Hunt
11:15 am:                     Coffee Hour: Easter Potluck
Easter Potluck:  Please grace us with your favorite Easter treats this Sunday, either baked or store-bought. Welcomed items are fruit, cheese and crackers, and simple finger foods. Many thanks!       
Maundy Thursday Service: April 13 - Calling for volunteers
Can you help with Agape Meal Preparations and Set-up/Clean-up?
We'll be preparing for the Agape Meal on Thursday, April 13 starting at 3:30 pm in the kitchen. At 5:00 pm, please drop in to help with meal set-up in the Great Hall. Please join us as many hands make light work. If you have questions, please contact Alan Fried at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Upcoming Adult Education: Death, Where is Thy Sting?
An Easter Conversation about Death and Dying
As Christians, we are resurrection people, and when better than Easter to have life-giving conversations about death? Nearly 90% of Americans feel that it is important to talk openly about the end of life, but only a third of that number have actually done so-a gap with serious implications for ourselves and our loved ones. Using the framework and resources of The Conversation Project (theconversationproject.org), a national public engagement campaign to spark open dialogue about what matters to us at the end of life, we will explore what our faith has to teach us about death, and how we can live into this season of resurrection by fearlessly speaking with those we love. These Adult Education sessions will be led by Hal Edmonson, a staff member with The Conversation Project and a student at Harvard Divinity, and Michael Robinson. Please join us from 9-10 am in the Great Hall on April 23 & 30, and May 14. All are welcome! 
On April 23, the Sunday after Easter, we will be celebrating our 3RD ANNUAL GODSPELL MASS!!!  So buckle up and get ready to ROCK and SING and maybe even DANCE (or at least see some dancing)!

If you would like to participate as part of the chorus, there will be a rehearsal on Thursday, April 20 @ 7:00 pm in the sanctuary, and then a final prep rehearsal on Sunday, April 23 @ 9:00 am; please come and join in. You do not need to be able to read music to sing in the chorus - much of the music is easy to learn - and it should be lots of fun! 
The Newcomers' Brunch is Coming: April 23
If you are new to St. Paul's or have started coming anytime during the past year, you, your family and friends are warmly invited to a delicious brunch on Sunday, April 23 at the Parish Rectory after the 10 am service, hosted by the Mello-Daigneault family, the Vestry, and the Newcomers'/Greeters' Committee. This is a wonderful opportunity to get to know others who have recently become a part of St. Paul's, to learn more about our community and to meet some of the parish leadership team in a gracious and informal setting.To help us plan, kindly RSVP to Jill, our Parish Administrator, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 617-566-4953 no later than Wednesday, April 19. We look forward to seeing you! 
Spiritual Book Club: April 25
The Spiritual Book Club will now meet again on Tuesday, April 25 to discuss "You Are Already Praying" by Cathy George. Copies are available for purchase at the Brookline Booksmith, just ask for the book at the front desk!

Please contact Barbie Maniscalco (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) with any questions.
Anti-Racism Working Group
The Anti-Racism group is asking for submissions for a reading (or viewing!) list that can be shared with the St. Paul's community.  If you have a reading, video, or other resource on this topic that you think should go on the list, please fill out this form.  If you'd like to help out with this project, please email Sarah Barbrow at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
Serving us this week
Presider and Preacher The Rev. Jeffrey W. Mello (9 & 11am) 
Assisting Clergy  The Rev. Michael Robinson and The Rev. Megan C. Holding (9 & 11am) 
Director of Music and Organist   Andrew  E. Clarkson (9 & 11 am) 
Assisting Organist  Brian E. Jones (9 & 11 am) 
Trumpet  David Newsome (9 & 11 am) 
Verger  Kendall Gray  (9 & 11 am) 
Crucifer  Austin Jewell (9 am) Claire Holding (11 am) 
Server  Ardani Mello-Daigneault (9 am) Julia Boral (11 am) 
Torchbearers  Jane Hopkin and Sarah Dulla (9 am)
Mehret Hopkin and Lena Schultzberg (11 am) 
Lectors                                     Kristen Renaud and Mike Scheffler (9 am)
Jim Zaremba and Nate Gaede (11 am) 
Prayers of the People  Lauren Lukason (9 am) E. Lorraine Baugh (11 am) 
Chalice Bearers     Georgia Smith, Leah Rugen, and Roger House (9 am)
E. Lorraine Baugh, Lauren Lukason, Tammy Hobbs Miracky, and Adelaide Xie (11 am) 
Vestry Representatives  Mike Scheffler, Ayanna McPhail, and Tim Hintz (9 am)
Leah Rugen (11 am) 
Altar Guild 
Members of the Altar Guild Ministry 
Greeters      Members of the Youth Ministry 
Ushers  Members of the Ushers Ministry    
Coffee Hour Hosts Easter Potluck 
Easter Egg Hunt Coordinators  Members of the Youth Ministry 
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 Matthew Snover, AnaMaria Gioia, Naomi Fairchild, Caleb Teiwes, Grace Swardstorm, Jane Hopkin, Brett Donham, Andrea Brue, Peter Snover, Jaclyn DeSelm, Jamie Rubino, Jamie Moore, Ayanna McPhail, and Sarah Fairchild.
Maria P., Don S., Linda S., Jennifer L., Felina R., the Children and Staff of Mil Milagros, Gladys J., Tim G., Jane, Camille J-F, Janet R., David F., Randy Lewis and Family,
Kendall G., Ruth R., 
Paul, John P., Alexander T., Annette W., Martin S., Maryann T., Gerke V., Ken C., Kim L., Lavinia J., Deborah F., Charles O., Gerry O., Jackie S., Kitty C., Mike K., Betty K., Alissa P., Jane K., and those in the military: Lucas S. and Hana L. 
Scripture Readings
Jeremiah 31:1-6; Acts 10:34-43; Matthew 28:1-10 
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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