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"Woven Together" Ministry
Will meet the 1st and 3rd Sunday after church for an hour, where we will gather to create sleeping mats out of plastic bags. This will be a ministry of both hands and fellowship aimed at helping to give those experiencing homelessness a little more protection from the elements. Due to space, we are asking that all recycled plastic bags be dropped off the 1st and 3rd Sunday after church. Everyone can be a part of this ministry—to help fold & cut plastic bags, make "plarn" (plastic bag yarn), crochet or weave. Won’t you join us? For more information, please contact Dr. Jeanne Robertson.
St. Anna's Food Bank Collection
It’s that time of year! During the month of October we will work to help local families who are food insecure or on a fixed budget. The grocery list has the basic foods and a few holiday food items, along with some essential household items. Please help as much as you can to help make the holiday season a little bit easier for those fortunate. Download the shopping list here.
LOL Group 2023 - 2024 Season
Our LOL group's next gathering will be on Wednesday, November 15, 2023. The topic of the day is To Kill a Mockingbird. Speaker- Julian Katz, who grew up in the same hometown as the author, Harper Lee (NELL). He is a new member at St. Paul’s. He has given talks about this book at several high schools. He says the book is “fiction” but in some ways it is not. The characters in the book are based on real people from his small hometown, Monroeville, AL. You can download a complete lineup of LOL events here.
Journey to the Holy Land
Have you ever thought of making a pilgrimage to the Holy Land? Fr. Rob is leading a group in 2024! You could join people from around our diocese in experiencing what it's like to walk in the footsteps of Jesus. Learn more here!
Glass Recycling Partnership
St. Paul's is now a commercial client of Glass Half Full NOLA which provides glass recycling. They collect and process glass "waste" into sand for coastal restoration, disaster relief, sustainable Mardi Gras beads, and more. Learn more about how and where to drop off your glass recycling next time you're on campus here.
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