Weekly sermons are available. Simply navigate to Rector's Corner-->Sermon Audios (or take this link to 2019 sermons). Prior year sermons are also available

Next Remote Social Hour and Conversation Friday, April 9 at 5:00 p.m.   The next Remote Social Hour will be held on Friday, April 9 at 5:00 p.m.  Again, you can participate via telephone or Zoom – the choice is yours.  This is a chance to safely reconnect and check-in with each other, so please mark the date on your calendar.  Bring your own beverage of choice and snacks and share enjoy some fellowship with your church family.


Pansies for Pancreatic Cancer Alliance Bob Snyder will be offering pots of pansies again this year. The donation for each 5-inch diameter pot is $5.50. All proceeds go to the Pancreatic Cancer Alliance (PCA), which supports Pancreatic Cancer research at UMass Medical in Worcester. See the PCA Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/Pancreatic.Cancer.Alliance/

Please let Bob know how many plants you want by calling him at 508-259-1312 or emailing him at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  He needs your order by April 12. The plants will be available for pick up at St. Paul's front door area on April 16. (Please practice social distancing and wait in your car if someone else is picking up pansies at the same time.)  Make your checks payable to the "Pancreatic Cancer Alliance" and mail them to Bob:

Bob will also deliver your order to your house if you notify him via either of the above channels, Payment is best accomplished by mailing a check, made out to PCA, to Bob. Mail it to:

Bob Snyder

37 Eastview Road

Hopkinton, MA 01748

A Message from your Treasurer, Pam Main “It's been a long year for all of us since the Coronavirus struck our Nation.  We were all thrown into a different world and circumstances than what we'd been used to:  Wearing masks, constantly sanitizing, working from home, staying in our homes constantly and not being able to visit with family and friends.  One of the other difficulties has been trying to keep businesses, churches and organizations afloat.  Here at St. Paul's, we've been blessed by all our faithful members helping each other by keeping in touch individually and through Zoom meetings, pitching in to handle the daily tasks required, and dealing with the unexpected events, like too much snow or a broken hot water heater!  Your financial contributions have been keeping St. Paul's open, but like in our households, prices keep going up and the bills keep finding their way into the mailbox.  We haven’t been able to allow any rentals of the dining hall or hold any fundraisers (many stated that they missed the Apple Pies at Thanksgiving) to help defray our costs, so we are totally dependent on your monthly pledges/contributions.  Thank you for your continued support of St. Paul's."  

Interview and Reflection by John Stendahl  An interview with Pastor John Stendahl, followed by his very thought-provoking reflection on Mark 3:28-29, is available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UZDKGLB-Leo.   The interview was done by a co-pastor of St. Peter’s Lutheran Church of Harwich.  Thanks to John Stendahl for sharing this video with us.   

COVID Memorial Book  The Cathedral Church of St. Paul in Boston has dedicated a memorial book into which names will be inscribed of those who have died of COVID-19. All are invited to send names for remembrance in the book. They can be e-mailed to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or submitted via the cathedral church’s COVID-19 resource webpage, www.diomass.org/resources.

Red Barn Coffee Fundraiser Breaks $1,000.00!  Barb Beale announced that the Red Barn Coffee Fundraiser has raised $1003.40 for St. Paul’s, and she sends her heartfelt thanks to everyone who has helped us meet the $1000 goal.  Let’s see if we can make it to $2,000!  Bags of coffee are $13 each, and 12 pack of pods (for of Keurig and similar coffee machines) are $10.00 each.  As always, a portion of the proceeds of the coffee sale will benefit St. Paul’s.  For more information please contact Pam Main at 508-736-6955 or Barb Beale at 508-497-0913 or at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  They will also arrange a way for you to pick up the coffee while maintaining social distancing. 

The Coronavirus Telephone Prayer Session Continues Weekly  The Telephone Coronavirus Prayer Session continues to hold these  sessions weekly during the COVID-19 pandemic.  Prayer sessions are held every Saturday at 10:00 a.m.  You (and your friends and family) are invited to call the number below and take part – either silently or aloud – as we offer up prayers regarding the coronavirus. We will pray for our country, the world, those on the ‘front lines’ – and any specific personal concerns you want to share.  There is no specific agenda except to join together and ask for God’s help and guidance. 

Simply dial 978 -990-5149 and when prompted, enter the access code 1520667# (note the # at the end).  We hope to hear from you.  Please note there is no commitment to “attend” Prayer Group every week; just when you are moved to do so.