St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
*Reminder: There will be no 8:30am service next Sunday 1/29 due to the Annual Meeting
Pursuant to the By- Laws of the Saint Paul’s Episcopal Church of North Andover, The Annual Meeting of the Parish shall be held on Sunday, January 29, 2017, in the Church Parish Hall immediately following the 10:00 a.m. service.
- To receive reports of the Priest-in-Charge, the Officers, and Chairs of Committees, and other Organizations of the Parish;
- To elect members of the Vestry;
- To receive the budget for 2017;
- To receive and act upon resolutions and to transact such other business that may be brought before said Meeting.
catechumenate or (katəˈkyoōmənate) or κατηχούμενος
- Catechumenate comes from a Greek word meaning “to learn and explore.” The Catechumenate is a place where we explore what it means to be a human being and a person of faith within our community. Catechumenate provides a place to slow down, a space to truly listen to other people, and a time to honestly speak about what they believe. The small groups are the key. As one “catechumen” put it, “The Catechumenate provides that balance between chaos and structure that is sometimes lacking in our daily lives, but is so key in helping to learn about oneself.”
- Here at St. Paul’s we will be having a five session Catechumenate in preparation for reception into the Episcopal Church which will be held on March 19. Please call the office or email Rev. Sarah if you are interested.
St. Paul’s, North Andover with the LMVC
Thursday, February 2 at 7:30 p.m.
Followed by Fellowship with coffee and cookies provided by the ECW of St. Paul’s
Come celebrate the Presentation of our lord!
On February 5 We welcome the Reverend Holly Ostlund to worship with us today. An Episcopal priest, she speaks for those who have no voice – The Third World destitute served by Food For The Poor, an interdenominational ministry providing food, clothing, medical care, housing, school supplies and economic development programs in the Caribbean and Latin America. Rev. Holly travels most weekends for Food For The Poor, visiting churches and introducing people of The First World to the people of The Third World. Holly lives in Palm Beach Gardens (near West Palm Beach) with her canine ‘rescues,’ Dakota and Sahara, and her adult son, Grant. Weekdays Holly is a Palm Beach County hospice chaplain.