September 2023 Newsletter

From Pastor Matthew Nelson Greetings to all of you in the St. Paul’s congregation and friends of St. Paul’s. It is exciting to have begun getting to know you and I hope I will get to know each of you well. I would love to find a time to connect with you and hear about… Read More ›

August 2023 Newsletter

An Update from Pastor Ryan Patenaude Can you believe that I began my internship at St. Paul’s well over 5 years ago!? I remember our days there with such fondness. It was God’s hand the put us there and it was the perfect place for me to grow as a pastor. You also took such… Read More ›

July 2023 Newsletter

For everything there is a season “1 For everything there is a season, and a time for every matter under heaven: 2 a time to be born, and a time to die; a time to plant, and a time to pluck up what is planted; 3 a time to kill, and a time to heal; a time to break down,… Read More ›

June 2023 Newsletter

As spring turns into summer, we see the changes in the air. Trees that were barren a month or so ago are now full of leaves. The grass needs mowing and the flowers are in bloom. Heralding in summer, construction, and allergy season. Change is everywhere we look. There is no escaping the changes that… Read More ›

Pray with Adoration

    I am going to say this at the very beginning – I believe prayer can be a difficult thing and that I don’t believe I spend as much time in prayer as I should. I don’t think my feelings about prayer are too different from many(or most?) Christians. I am going to focus… Read More ›

I Love Easter!

    1 Corinthians 6:14: “And God raised the Lord and will also raise us up by his power.” I love Easter! It is by far my favorite holiday, and it has been for many years now. Growing up, I always thought of Christmas as the “biggest holiday of the year.” For businesses this is true, but Easter… Read More ›

In Times of Uncertainty

    I ran track in high school, and March always marked an interesting time for spring sports. You never knew what would happen. Would winter come to an early end and give you a nice long season? Or would March be full of snowstorms leaving you with only a handful of weeks to compete?… Read More ›

The Connection Between Love and Sin

    If I had to pick a theme color for each month of the year, red would seem to be a logical one for February. Red (or pink) hearts, red roses or other flowers and red boxes of candy dominate the scene for Valentine’s Day. While we probably haven’t hit that season in full swing yet,… Read More ›

God Will Meet All Your Needs

    And my God will meet all your needs according to His glorious riches in Christ Jesus.  Philippians 4:19 With the close of December and the beginning of January, people’s minds often turn to the making of New Year’s resolutions.  Despite an often-poor record of success with these resolutions, we continue to make them… Read More ›

Remember the Blessings

  Note: Due to extenuating circumstances there was no November newsletter sent out. This makes the following article somewhat outdated (through no fault of Scott’s), but I think that practicing gratitude is relevant in any season!  – Rachel As we enter the month of November, I am reminded to be thankful. This past October was… Read More ›