Weekly Announcements

April 14, 2024

The flowers on the Altar are given by Wendy and Joe Connaughton
in memory of Wendy’s mother, Rose Reynolds Arena, on her heavenly birthday


ALL ARE WELCOME! Come to Coffee Hour in the Parish Hall following both the 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. service! If you are visiting, please sign the guest register and fill out one of our WELCOME cards found on the back of the pew and place it in the offering plate. We treasure your presence with us.

Wednesday, April 24, Paul Mahder Gallery, 5:30 pm
Introduction to Education For Ministry 

Following a briefer than usual worship service on Wednesday, April 24th (at the Paul Mahder Gallery), we will have an opportunity to learn about a way to deepen our understanding and practice of the Christian faith. We will be joined by special guest, The Rev. Kevin M. Goodman, executive director of EfM, Education for Ministry, a four-year Christian Formation program founded and administered through the School of Theology of the University of the South at Sewanee. Through study, prayer, worship, and reflection, EfM seminar groups journey together through scripture, church history, and theology.
A seminar group consists of one or two mentors and up to twelve participants. The group meets up to 36 times during the course of a year. Years 1 & 2 study the Hebrew Scriptures, the Gospels, and the New Testament. Year 3 looks at Church History. Year 4 reads systematic theology, developing and enhancing their own practice.  
Come for the 5:30 service, and Fr. Kevin’s talk will begin around 6 pm.

Saturday, April 27, St. John’s Church in Roseville
Fearless Faith Revival

Come and hear inspirational preachers and teachers from around The Episcopal Church! The featured guest preacher is Bishop Daniel Gutiérrez. There will also be a Fearless Feast and Compline on Friday the 26th at Trinity Cathedral. For more information, visit the website,

Sunday, May 5, 5:00 pm
Organ and Wind Ensemble Concert

Paul Blanchard and the St. Paul’s Wind Ensemble (Jennifer Murray, Flute; Jim Gibboney, Jim McCammon, Paul McCandless, clarinets) will perform music based on three early Easter Hymns: Victimae Paschali Laudes, Christ ist Erstanden & Christ lag in Todesbanden


Tuesday, May 7, 7:00 pm, Linda Maxwell home
Rainy Day Readers Bookclub Meeting

The book for discussion is A Year of Biblical Womanhood, How a Liberated Woman Found Herself Sitting on her Roof, Covering Her Head and Calling her Husband "Master" by Rachel Held Evans. The Amazon book review is as follows:  Have you ever wondered what God truly expects of women? Is there really a prescription for biblical womanhood? Does the Bible's idea of womanhood have a place in modern Christianity? New York Times bestselling author Rachel Held Evans embarks on a year-long study of what it means to live by the standards of biblical womanhood.

St. Paul’s Cookbook
Cooks of St. Paul’s—gather some of your favorite recipes to share in the church cookbook under development! The website is “”. To enter recipes, use your log in information which was sent to you via email in mid-March. The website is easy to use and you can view all recipes submitted thus far. Alternatively, bring copies of recipes to the church office and a Cookbook Committee member will enter them on your behalf. We are looking for 100 to 150 recipes in total. Thanks for your contributions to this parish wide project. Jennifer Murray, Cookbook Editor.   


Coffee Hour Openings
The following dates are available for signing up, April 21 and month of May. Remember it doesn’t need to be fancy—something sweet and something savory will be very appreciated by everyone!

Food Drive
Due to the success of the Lenten Food Drive of our Sunday School, we will continue accepting donations for the Healdsburg Food Pantry. Bring donations to the church and we will get them to the Pantry! Most needed: Canned tuna, canned chicken, peanut butter, rice, pasta, oats, dried beans, low sugar cereal.

AED Up and Running
We are pleased to announce that we have a brand-new AED (automated external defibrillator).  It is all charged and currently stored in the office until we find a permanent home

Online Giving Using Cell Phone
Here is an easy way to make a donation/payment to St. Paul’s from your cell phone by sending a text message!!! For example, if you want to donate $50 from your checking account or on a credit card, send a text to 73256 with the text message of…STPAULHB 50. You will receive a reply back saying, “You’re almost there”.  A link is then provided to your Giving Account at St. Paul’s. At this point, you specify the fund (Outreach, Pledge, etc.). Call church office if you have any questions, 707-433-2107.

Community Ministry Update

Needed Items:  3 in 1 body wash, shampoo, conditioner

 Year to Date: 455 showers and 723 lunches

Weekly Sunday Dinner: 50 – 60 meals per week

Held at St. Paul’s Church

Hosted by Churches of Healdsburg Shared Ministry

Thank you for your ongoing donations of goods and time!

Many thanks to Healdsburg Food Bank, Farm to Pantry, Healdsburg Senior Center,

and the community at large for the food we are able to hand out throughout the week.

Small Church, Big Heart, Big Impact

Ask us how you can get more involved! (707-433-2107)


On Going Announcements

Our Ministries Are In Operation!

Choir Rehearsal
Tuesday,  6:30 – 8:00 pm, St. Paul’s Church

Bible Study 
Wednesday, 3:45 p.m. (Zoom)
If you wish to join in with Zoom, please send an email request to the church by Wednesday morning: You will then receive an email invitation with instructions how to join Zoom. We study the lectionary texts for the upcoming Sunday.

Mass in the Moss Room, An altar in the world
Wednesday, 5:30 p.m. 
Paul Mahder Gallery, 222 Healdsburg Ave.
Second Wednesday of each month we have a Lectio Divina followed by a potluck dinner.