From Rev. Ellen Jennings

Greetings~

As I approach my sabbatical, I’m aware of how much I hope our entire congregation will embrace this opportunity to practice Sabbath. I pray that we will: STOP and listen to the still small voice of the true Self or God, REFLECT on what we hear, and DARE TO ACT in new and different ways. I promise I will do so!

In my last Pastor’s Page (3/31), I shared some thoughts about my sabbatical theme: Sabbath KeepingCONTINUE READING

Mid-Summer News

Please join us for worship Sundays at 10:30 am. We offer childcare and Sunday School for all ages and welcome everyone to our lively Coffee Hour following the service. Here’s what’s going on in the life of the church:

Food pantry


8/20—St. Paul’s Food Pantry: We need six volunteers to serve from 9 am-Noon at St. Paul’s Food Pantry, located at 4900 Connecticut Avenue, www.stpaulslutherandc.org. To participate: jsingleterry@gmail.com.


goodbye8/21—Coffee Hour Concert and Goodbye: Please join us for an extra special after-worship coffee hour. CONTINUE READING

From Our Moderator

Presenting our 2016 Mid Year Report

It seems like only yesterday that our congregation met to create our Strategic Plan, but it turns out it was actually four years ago. (I had to read the Plan itself to jog my memory.) The purpose of the meeting was for all of us to think deeply about our church: what we were doing, what we weren’t doing, and where we were going. The original meeting was followed by a series of listening sessions to discuss and develop our emerging vision and subsequent meetings with each of the church committees to turn those broad goals into specific action items. CONTINUE READING

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