Sixth Sunday of Easter, Year C - May 26, 2019

Lectionary texts, illuminated by art, for the Sixth Sunday of Easter, Year C - May 26, 2019

Rev. Tommy Williams preaches at the 8:30 and 11:05 am services. Sermon title: Peace to You

Rev. Dr. Matthew Russell preaches at the 9:45 am Service of Table and Word. Sermon title: A Primal Wound.

St. Paul’s Choir will sing for all three services: Christ, the Apple Tree – Stanford Scriven and The Call – David Ashley White (9.45am only)

Congregational hymns for all three services, all from from the United Methodist Hymnal (UMH): 116, The God of Abraham Praise; 732, Come We that Love the Lord; and 384, Love Divine, All Loves Excelling.

Schedule of Lectionary readings, Advent 2018 to Pentecost 2019 (revised)

Good Friday, Year C - April 19, 2019

Lectionary texts, illuminated by art, for the Good Friday, Year C - April 19, 2019

Rev. Karyn Richards-Kuan will preach at the noon service in the Sanctuary. St. Paul’s choir will sing.

In addition, a Children’s Good Friday Tenebrae Service will be in the Chapel at 11 am. St. Paul’s Youth Strings will provide music. Snacks and labyrinth walk in the Activity Center will follow the service.

At 7 pm a Spanish/English worship service with Rev. Nataly Negrete will be in the Sanctuary.

Schedule of Lectionary readings, Advent 2018 to Pentecost 2019

Lent 2019: Episode 5

Rev. Neil Willard

Rev. Neil Willard

Welcome to the final episode of this 2019 Lenten podcast series.

Today, we finish a conversation between St. Paul’s senior pastor Rev. Tommy Williams and Rev. Neil Willard, rector of Palmer Memorial Episcopal Church here in Houston. Rev. Willard offers us some resources in this episode, ways we can pray when just can’t find the words. He especially appreciates turning to the Psalms and even hymn texts as expressions of prayer.

Thank you for listening, and we hope you’ve enjoyed this podcast series about prayer. To listen to any of the previous episodes, visit www.stpaulshouston.org/lent

While you’re there, you can find all the details about Holy Week and Easter at St. Paul’s.