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Remote Morning Prayer Service on January 24  The monthly remote Morning Prayer Service will be held on January 24 at 9:30 a.m.  This service will be led by Laura Thiel and will be done via Zoom, as a way that we can safely worship together during this pandemic. 

Save the Date:  Annual Meeting January 31   Please note that the Annual Meeting will be held via Zoom on Sunday, January 31, 2021, at noon.  Please plan to virtually attend this very important meeting, which will include an update on St. Paul’s finances, plans for the future, and election of the next Vestry.  The slate of Vestry Candidates for 2021 will include Laurie LaBrecque as Senior Warden, since Sue Ramsley’s term as Senior Warden will be ending.  We thank Sue for her many years of great leadership during these trying times, and pray for God’s grace and wisdom to be with Laurie as she leads us in 2021.   We need your presence to have enough people to make a quorum, so please plan to be there.

Diocese Looking for Input on Mission Strategy  Our diocese is looking for input from members as they refresh their shared Mission Strategy. DioMass Canons require that they adopt/adapt an updated Mission Strategy at the Nov. 2021 Convention.

Linked here are some questions in both a shorter and longer form. (You can also find it online here: https://www.diomass.org/our-mission/mission-strategy-process under the “What’s happening now” section.) Deadline for your input is March 19, 2021 to  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

A Note from your Office Administrator re:  Clothing Donations  Pam Main writes:  One day last week, when I arrived at St. Paul's to check the mail and phone messages, I was greeted at the door by a huge box containing brand new back packs, new sports sneakers, a few winter coats, and a few odds & ends.  I contacted Project Just Because (PJB), as I had been told that during this pandemic they were not able to take used clothing.  Because it was mostly new items, some with tags still on them, she agreed to take them and was excited about my call.  They do have a "keeping people warm this winter" project.  On behalf of PJB, let me say a BIG THANK YOU to the Angels who donated these items.  Although we at St. Paul's can't take used clothing for pick up by PJB currently, this act of kindness was gratefully accepted.  I'm glad my instinct worked and that I called to check if the status had changed.  In the future during this pandemic, however, any used clothing can be donated into our clothing box in the corner of our parking lot at St. Paul's.  There is also a book drop off box for donations.  St. Vincent de Paul donates a fee to St. Paul's each year so they can leave these collection boxes; contributions are thankfully welcomed.  I have posted a note near the ramp door about the collection boxes. I will update you regarding PJB as to when they can accept used clothing again.  In the meantime, gift cards for food or checks made payable to PJB are always acceptable.  They are at 109 South St., Hopkinton.

Reminder:  Red Barn Coffee Fundraiser Continues  There’s still time to order Red Barn coffee in time to make our goal of raising an even $1000!   (So far we have raised $902.70) Bags of coffee are $13 each, and 12 pack of pods (for of Keurig and similar coffee machines) are $10.00 each (not $11 as originally posted.)  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 509-497-0913 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.