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In-Person Worship Still on Hold Until July 1  Even though Governor Baker has said it is okay for houses of worship to open again, St. Paul’s is continuing to follow the directive of our Diocese, which stated on May 18 that all in-person worship or gatherings in church be suspended until July 1. 

Our vestry feels the safety of our parishioners is the most important consideration before reopening, and will not resume in-person activities until it feels it can do so with little risk to St. Paul’s members.  

Hopkinton Food Pantry at Project Just Because   While we are not able to collect items for our monthly Food Pantry Sunday, there are other ways we can still support Project Just Because.  You can donate online at: http://projectjustbecause.org/ (credit or debit or PayPal link) or through the Amazon Wish List (http://a.co/9zuovXz ) also located on the website.

A financial donation via check may be mailed to Project Just Because, 109 South Street, Hopkinton, MA 01748. Gift cards can also be donated.

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).  The account is under Lori Robak.  We hope to hear from you.

Joint Worship Services Continue  The combined churches of Community Covenant, St. Paul's Episcopal, and The Sanctuary at Woodville invite you to worship with us throughout this time of self-distancing through HCAM (Verizon channel 30, Comcast channel 8 in Hopkinton), and through HCAM on YouTube www.hcam.tv/live  Sundays at 10:30 a.m.  

If you would like to volunteer to be a reader for St. Paul’s during these services, please contact Sue Ramsley at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Red Barn Coffee Fundraiser to Continue   Here’s a chance to save yourself a trip to the grocery store, support a local business and enjoy fresh roasted Red Barn coffee.  Bags of coffee are $13 each, and 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. 

Prayers, Pastoral Care and Assistance Available  Pastor John Stendhal is continuing to provide pastoral care to St. Paul’s parishioners – you can reach him at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..   You can also let St. Paul’s vestry know if you need prayers or other assistance at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Jennifer and Jack Green have generously offered to help parishioners with yard work, pharmacy runs and grocery shopping during this period of self quaranteening.  You can contact them at  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call their home number at 508-497-2455.