Apr
26
6:00 PM18:00

Kids Night Out

Theme:  Earth Day

Theme: Earth Day

Our popular Friday-night program for children 4 months to 5th grade includes a full schedule of games, crafts, play, snacks and supervised activities from 6 to 10:30 pm while parents enjoy an evening on their own. The cost is $25/child/night ($5/each additional sibling).  A light supper is served around 6:30. During December, this activity becomes Kids Day Out.

Kids Night/Day Out is available for families of St. Paul’s Church and School. Reservations, which are required due to limited space and staff, are accepted for each date up to two weeks in advance.

Please use this secure link to register and pay. For questions or special needs, please contact Ellen Edwards via eedwards@stpaulshouston.org.

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Apr
27
8:30 AM08:30

Mitzvah Day 2019

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Saturday, April 27 ■ 8:30 am–3 pm
Location:
Wesley Community Center, 1410 Lee St.

In the Jewish tradition, mitzvah involves doing a good deed. This churchwide serving day will benefit Wesley Community Center, one of our partner organizations. Wesley has been serving the Northside community since 1904 providing early education, programs for children and youth, employment and financial services, a community garden and food co-op, and programming and social services for seniors.

Various mission projects will be available for people of all ages. There will be projects ideal for families with small children, but childcare will be provided for those who need it. 

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Apr
28
4:00 PM16:00

David Oluwo recital

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David Oluwo, a baritone/bass in the select choir of St. Paul’s Choral Scholars, will present a recital on Sunday, April 28, at 4 pm in the Sanctuary. He will perform classical selections from arias to art songs by Fauré, Schubert, and Poulenc, as well as spirituals. He will be accompanied by pianist Brittany Ruhmann.

The recital is free of charge, though donations will be accepted to help defray costs of his attending the invitation-only Colorado Vocal Institute in Copper Mountain and the highly competitive Schmidt Vocal Institute in Oxford, Ohio.

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May
5
5:00 PM17:00

Youth Banquet

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We hope you’ll attend the Youth Banquet this year. Tickets are $25/person. If you are a graduating senior or 2019 confirmand, you will receive a complimentary ticket.

Even if you can't attend, please consider making a donation in honor of Tiffin Wilsford, who has served for 20 years in youth ministry at St. Paul’s.

Jennifer West says, “When we asked Tiffin how we could honor this milestone, he requested donations for mission trip scholarships, supplies, dinners for UMY, and other programing needs.”

“Our goal is $20K for 20 years! We are also looking for 20 new volunteers to serve on youth mission trips, teach Sunday School classes, and more.”

If you’d like to volunteer, or send a note of gratitude and/or photos for a memory book for Tiffin, please email Oksana Schwack, Assistant Youth Director, at oksana@stpaulshouston.org by April 29.

To give online, go to www.stpaulshouston.org/give and click GIVE ONLINE. Make a one-time donation by choosing “Other” from the drop-down menu. Put “20 for 20” in the memo line.

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May
6
6:30 PM18:30

Foundation Annual Dinner

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St. Paul’s Methodist Foundation of Houston was established in 1960 as a permanent endowment to undergird the church’s facilities and ministries. Thanks to generous donors throughout the years and prudent investment strategies, the Foundation now has a robust fund balance of over $20 million and is uniquely positioned to be here for good. Being here for good means the Foundation: 1) safeguards financial stability for the church’s future and 2) supports St. Paul’s commitment to pursue the common good.

Each year, the Foundation takes a portion of its fund earnings to provide scholarships to college students and makes grants to support the efforts of local ministries and international missions. In 2018, the Foundation made 23 grants ($79,208 total) to non-profit organizations.

We invite you to the Foundation’s 2019 Annual Dinner where guests will enjoy a delicious catered meal ($15/person) and hear from representatives of local non-profits supported by Foundation grants. Panelists will be:

  • Lisa Levy (SEARCH Homeless Services)

  • Rev. Dr. Matthew Russell (Iconoclast Artists)

  • Kyttie Sanford (Emergency Aid Coalition)

Guests will also get an update on Revive capital project renovations and receive a copy of the 2018 “Here for Good” Annual Report.

For questions, please email foundation@stpaulshouston.org or call 713-528-0527.

To pay for your meal online, visit our online giving platform. The Foundation Annual Dinner is $15/person. Select “Payments” from drop-down menu.

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May
11
11:00 AM11:00

Harvey Recovery Team

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Have you ever had a checklist that seems never-ending? Let's help our neighbors still recovering from Harvey get some things checked off. 

You’re invited to serve on St. Paul's Harvey Recovery Team on Saturday, May 11, 8:30 am-4 pm. Work may include:

- installing insulation
- hanging drywall
- painting walls and trim
- cleaning up debris from storm damage
- doing yard work (mowing, weeding, etc.)

Come for any part of the day. We will train you on the job; ages 13 and older welcome. More details via www.stpaulshouston.org/harvey or contact Amy Taylor, Director of Missions, via ataylor@stpaulshouston.org or 713-528-0527.

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May
21
7:00 PM19:00

Brazos Bookstore presents author Celeste Ng

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Celeste Ng - LITTLE FIRES EVERYWHERE

Brazos Bookstore presents Celeste Ng, reading from her book Little Fires Everywhere. Q&A and signing to follow. This event will take place on Tuesday, May 21 at St. Paul’s United Methodist Church. This is a ticketed event. Doors open at 6:30 pm, and the event starts at 7 pm.

From the bestselling author of Everything I Never Told You, a riveting novel that traces the intertwined fates of the picture-perfect Richardson family and the enigmatic mother and daughter who upend their lives. When old family friends of the Richardsons attempt to adopt a Chinese-American baby, a custody battle erupts that dramatically divides the town—and puts Mia and Elena on opposing sides. Suspicious of Mia and her motives, Elena is determined to uncover the secrets in Mia’s past. But her obsession will come at unexpected and devastating costs. 

Little Fires Everywhere explores the weight of secrets, the nature of art and identity, and the ferocious pull of motherhood – and the danger of believing that following the rules can avert disaster.

Tickets admit one individual, cost $17, and include a paperback copy of Little Fires Everywhere. Tickets are nonreturnable. For more information, please contact the Brazos Bookstore at 713-523-0701.

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Jun
2
7:00 AM07:00

Deadline to register for Holy Land Pilgrimage 2019

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Today is the final deadline to sign up for this trip.

About the Trip | Discover the Holy Land with a group from St. Paul’s who will be taking a pilgrimage September 16-27, 2019. This transformational experience will include visits to many of the places we’ve read about in the Bible and to understand them with greater depth and appreciation. Our group will walk in the footsteps of Jesus, touring the Galilee region (Nazareth, Tiberias, Capernaum, and Mount Hermon). We will travel south to the Dead Sea and visit Masada and Qumran (site of the Dead Sea scrolls). In Jerusalem, we will visit the Mount of Olives, walk the Palm Sunday Road, visit the Upper Room, as well as the House of Caiaphas, and the Via Dolorosa. We’ll spend time at the Western Wall, Church of the Holy Sepulchre and the Pool of Bethesda in the City of David. On our last day, we will visit Bethlehem, the Herodian, and Yad Veshem (Israel’s Holocaust Museum).

If you have questions about the trip, please contact Rev. Andrew Wolfe via awolfe@stpaulshouston.org or 713-528-0527.

Go to the booking site for pricing information and more detailed itinerary. Scroll down to the trip named: “Wolfe/St. Paul’s.”

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Jun
3
7:00 PM19:00

Reshaping Religious Imagination and Thinking: An Evening with Michael Morwood

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Michael Morwood

Guest speaker Michael Morwood will present “Reshaping Religious Imagination and Thinking” on Monday, June 3, 7–9 pm. This event will be held in Fondren Hall (2nd floor, Jones Building) at St. Paul’s UMC. It is free and open to the public.

Morwood is at the forefront of spiritual teachers who are allowing their thinking and teaching to be reformed by insights from the area that is often referred to as “the new cosmology.” He has authored numerous books, including In Memory of Jesus, It’s Time, God Is Near, and Is Jesus God?

Sponsored by the Kerley Endowment for Spiritual Advancement and Understanding, there is no charge for this event and no registration process. Space is limited, so we encourage those wishing to attend to arrive early.

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Jun
17
to Jun 23

RSCM Gulf Coast Summer Course

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The week of June 17–23, St. Paul’s UMC will again host the Royal School of Church Music (RSCM) Gulf Coast Summer Course. Girls ages 10–18 will be immersed in sacred music under the direction of world-class musicians.

This year, our clinician will be Walden Moore, Director of Music at Trinity Church on the Green in New Haven, and our course will feature music from the Italian Renaissance and pieces written by female composers. Singers are housed at the University of St. Thomas and rehearse at St. Paul’s.

As the congregation has done so faithfully in years past, we invite you to show your amazing support of these young singers. 

WAYS TO SUPPORT RSCM

Attend Worship: Come hear the beautiful music RSCM choristers have prepared all week. We hope you’ll attend any or all of these worship services, and invite your friends!

  • Thursday, June 20 @ 6 pm
    Choral Evensong at Christ Church Cathedral

  • Friday, June 21 @ 6 pm
    Choral Vespers at Villa de Matel

  • Sunday, June 23 @ 11:05 am
    Choral Eucharist at St. Paul’s United Methodist Church

Volunteer: Every year, we count on dedicated volunteers to help us with airport transportation, ushering for the services, setting up and/or serving meals. If you are interested, please contact volunteer coordinator Beth Brown via bobbeth@sbcglobal.net.

Make a Donation: We appreciate and depend on your financial gifts. Donations go toward snacks, music supplies, transportation expenses, lodging at the University of St. Thomas, and partial scholarships for singers. Give in the offering plate during worship, or go to www.stpaulshouston.org/give and click GIVE ONLINE. Make a one-time donation by choosing “Other” from the drop-down menu and put “RSCM” in the memo line. Thank you so much!

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Jul
28
to Aug 1

VBS: To Mars and Beyond

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VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL 2019 
July 28 - August 1 

  • Sunday Family Night: 5–7:30 pm 

  • Monday–Thursday: 9 am–Noon, with extended hours available

Join us for this great week of faith, fun, friendship, powerful Bible stories, great music, and helping others! The action begins Sunday, July 28 for children age 4 years through completed 5th grade. This year’s exciting theme is To Mars and Beyond - Explore where God’s power can take you! Of course, you’re welcome to invite your friends! Cost: $30/child.

For more details, contact Ellen Edwards via eedwards@stpaulshouston.org or 713-528-0527.


Ready to volunteer? Opportunities to serve in this high-impact week include: planning team, classroom leader or assistant, decorations, food, storytelling, arts and crafts, assembly and music, recreation, safety, and supply coordination. Join us!  Our March Planning Luncheon is Wednesday, March 20, at noon. To volunteer or RSVP,  contact Helen Spaw: hspaw@stpaulshouston.org

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Apr
17
9:15 AM09:15

Social Emotional Development and Your Child

Diana Dang

Diana Dang

Social Emotional Development and Your Child
A St. Paul’s School Parent Education Event

Emma Wilking and Diana Dang will discuss the six basic functional emotional developmental levels based on the Developmental, Individual Differences, and Relationship-based Model (DIR).

Emma Wilking

Emma Wilking

Wilking and Dang are pediatric occupational therapists who opened Foundations Pediatric Therapy to offer integrated and holistic care for children and their families. They believe in building meaningful relationships to support social emotional development, facilitate sensory integration, improve gross and fine motor coordination, and decrease anxiety. Foundations Pediatric Therapy serves children with sensory processing disorders, Autism Spectrum Disorders, ADHD/ADD, Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, genetic disorders, emotional/behavioral challenges, learning disorders, and developmental delays. 

Cost: free; Parent Education Events are open to everyone. 

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Apr
16
7:00 PM19:00

Chapter One Book Group

The book for discussion April 16 is The Spectator Bird by Wallace Stegner.

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Chapter One Book Group is open to anyone who enjoys reading and discussing a wide variety of books. The group meets the third Tuesday of the month at 7 pm in J-203 (previously in J-202).

To be added to the email list for group notifications, please contact Linda Harmes at hblinda@hibit.com.

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Apr
15
to Apr 21

Holy Week & Easter at St. Paul's

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Click on map to enlarge. Those with mobility concerns are invited to use the accessible ramp (highlighted in yellow) near Fannin Street and be seated in the Sanctuary.

HOLY WEEK 2019
Walk Through Holy Week: All are invited to journey through a multi-room display depicting Jesus’ last week in Jerusalem. It will remain open through Easter Sunday. Start the walk in the Jones Building Lobby and travel room by room through the Jones Basement.

Good Friday | April 19

  • 11 am: Children’s Good Friday Tenebrae Service in the Chapel with St. Paul’s Youth Strings, followed by snacks and labyrinth walk in the Activity Center.

  • Noon: Worship Service in the Sanctuary with music by St. Paul’s Choir. Homilist: Rev. Karyn Richards-Kuan.

  • 7 pm: Dual language (Spanish/English) Worship Service in the Sanctuary. Homilist: Rev. Nataly Negrete.

Holy Saturday | April 20

  • 7 pm: Easter Vigil. Begin on the outdoor Labyrinth then process into the Sanctuary. The service will feature the music of Philip Baker and René Clausen sung by St. Paul’s Choir.

Easter Sunday | April 21 

  • 8 am, 9:30 am, and 11 am: Worship in the Sanctuary with music by St. Paul’s Choir, including the Hallelujah Chorus by Handel. Rev. Tommy Williams will preach all three services. Flowering of the cross all morning near Main Street steps. 

  • 5 pm: Servicio de Pascua a la capilla (en español).

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Apr
12
6:00 PM18:00

Kids Night Out

Theme:  Eggstravaganza

Theme: Eggstravaganza

Our popular Friday-night program for children 4 months to 5th grade includes a full schedule of games, crafts, play, snacks and supervised activities from 6 to 10:30 pm while parents enjoy an evening on their own. The cost is $25/child/night ($5/each additional sibling).  A light supper is served around 6:30. During December, this activity becomes Kids Day Out.

Kids Night/Day Out is available for families of St. Paul’s Church and School. Reservations, which are required due to limited space and staff, are accepted for each date up to two weeks in advance.

Please use this secure link to register and pay. For questions or special needs, please contact Ellen Edwards via eedwards@stpaulshouston.org.

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Apr
11
7:00 PM19:00

Lenten Recital: Jeremy Filsell, piano & Erik Suter, organ

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2019 LENTEN RECITAL SERIES

Sponsored by the St. Paul’s Chamber Music Society | Free admission | Sanctuary

Thursday, April 11, at 7 pm
Jeremy Filsell, piano & Erik Suter, organ
*Note: this is an evening performance.
Internationally renowned performers, Jeremy Filsell and Erik Suter, present a varied program, including Franz Liszt’s Prelude and Fugue on BACH, Earl Wild’s Etudes on themes by George Gershwin, and Rachmaninoff’s Variations on a theme of Paganini, arranged for piano and organ.

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Apr
6
10:00 AM10:00

"Beholding Counter-Testimonies": Panel Discussion on Faithful Responses to Homelessness

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Thao Costis, President and CEO of SEARCH

Thao Costis, President and CEO of SEARCH

SATURDAY, APRIL 6 | 10 AM–NOON
Fondren Hall at St. Paul’s United Methodist Church (5501 Main Street, 77004)
Cost: Free; refreshments provided

We dream of a day when no one encounters housing insecurity or experiences homelessness. But how do we respond to the homelessness that we and those in our community experience today? Listen to and engage with a panel of faith and community leaders to kindle reflection and interaction with faithful responses to homelessness in our city.

Presentation by:

Panel participants:

  • Robert Williamson, Lead Pastor of Mercy Community Church

  • Martha Macris, President and CEO of Memorial Assistance Ministries

  • Lisa Levy, Spiritual Support Coordinator of SEARCH

For more details, contact Rev. Karyn Richards-Kuan via krichards-kuan@stpaulshouston.org.

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Apr
5
6:30 PM18:30

"Beholding Counter-Testimonies": Lecture and Dinner with Dr. Robert Williamson

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Dr. Robert Williamson

Dr. Robert Williamson

FRIDAY, APRIL 5 | 6:30 PM
Wesley Hall at Memorial Drive United Methodist Church (12955 Memorial Drive)
Cost: $15 for entry and meal; books available for purchase

Dr. Robert Williamson teaches Religious Studies at Hendrix College in Conway, AR and is founding pastor of Mercy Community Church in Little Rock, AR.

In his new book, The Forgotten Books of the Bible, Dr. Williamson guides readers to see how the Five Scrolls of the Old Testament (Song of Songs, Ruth, Lamentations, Ecclesiastes, and Esther) deserve more attention in the life of the church and how neglecting them prevents us from having relevant conversations about sexuality, grief, existential despair, ethnic identity, and power. With scholarly wisdom and a quick wit, Williamson skillfully guides readers as they rediscover the relevance for the Five Scrolls today.

Dr. Williamson will be with us to discuss his new book, answer questions about his scholarly work, and share dinner with us.

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Mar
24
12:15 PM12:15

Spring Picnic & Playtime

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Spring Picnic & Playtime for Families with Babies, Toddlers, and Two’s 
Sunday, March 24 • 12:15–2 pm 

Enjoy a picnic lunch, play on St. Paul’s playground, and make new friends in your church family! Older siblings and extended family members are welcome. A picnic lunch will be provided, but of course you may bring food for your own child. 

Mark your calendar for the annual Easter Egg Hunt for infants through Kindergarten. It’s Saturday, April 20, at 10 am on the playground. 

For information about nursery care and ministries especially for young children, contact Ellen Edwards, Director of Children’s Ministries, via eedwards@stpaulshouston.org or 713-528-0527. 

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Mar
24
11:05 AM11:05

Conspire in Lent

“Cloud” by Brooke Summers-Perry

“Cloud” by Brooke Summers-Perry

Conspire co-facilitated by Brooke Summers-Perry and Lindsay Espejel
Sundays, March 10–April 21, 11:05 am-noon
J-203 (Jones Building, 2nd floor)

Inhale and engage spiritual practice as a breath of fresh air on the journey. Conspire provides an alternative to a world characterized by overwhelming speed, frantic lives, and failures to connect with others, ourselves, and the Holy. Conspire is designed to create places of community, belonging, spiritual formation, and compassion in action.

Fore more details, contact Brooke Summers-Perry via: brooke@summers-perry.com

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Mar
23
9:00 AM09:00

East End Community Garden Day

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The East End Missional Community currently participates in community organizing around two key concerns: housing affordability and food insecurity.

With our partners in the East End, we have created a garden collaborative that connects all the community gardens throughout the area. We are also establishing garden clubs at each local elementary, middle, and high school.

These community gardens not only produce fruits and vegetables that can supplement the diets of our neighbors, they also give students and neighbors places of pride in their community. 

So far, we have had tremendous support from students, parents, teachers, and community members who want to start gardening or are expert gardeners. Come join us!

Rev. Paul Richards-Kuan invites members and friends in the St. Paul's community to come volunteer on Saturday, March 23, 9 am–1 pm, at Navarro Middle School (5100 Polk Houston, TX 77023). “This would be an excellent way get to know some East End neighbors, see some of the East End, and get your hands dirty in service to God,” he says.

For more details or to be added to a list of future community garden volunteering opportunities, email prichards-kuan@stpaulshouston.org or call 713-528-0527.

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Mar
22
7:00 PM19:00

Trinity University Chamber Choir in concert

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Under the direction of Dr. Gary Seighman, the Trinity University Chamber Singers are comprised of 48 undergraduate musicians committed to choral artistry of the highest quality. They will be joined in their concert program at St. Paul’s United Methodist Church, Houston on Friday, March 22, at 7 pm, by St. Paul’s Choral Scholars. This performance is free and open to the public.

In 2017, Trinity University Chamber Singers were one of only 12 choirs in the country selected to perform for the National Collegiate Choral Organization Conference in Baton Rouge, LA. They are also regularly invited to perform for the Texas Music Educators Association (TMEA) Convention. The Chamber Singers enjoy touring nationally, throughout the region, and abroad. They recently served as ensemble-in-residence for the 2018 Eisenstadt Classical Music Festival in Austria where they performed Haydn’s Die Schöpfung and Beethoven’s Mass in C Major. In Spring of 2020, they will be traveling to New York City where they have been invited as the featured ensemble for a program at Carnegie Hall. There they will perform a major work with the New York Chamber Orchestra and also give a spotlight a cappella program of their own on the main stage.  

The Chamber Singers are frequent collaborators with the San Antonio Symphony, having recently performed Mozart’s Mass in C Minor, Ravel’s Daphnis et Chloe, and works by Verdi, Berlioz, and Brahms. As advocates for new music, the Chamber Singers have introduced many new works to the choral repertoire including joint premieres with Grammy-nominated New York Polyphony and the renowned Minneapolis-based ensemble, Cantus.  They premiered a composition at the 2017 College Music Society National Convention based on astronomical data from the NASA Kepler Mission and traditional melodies of the Coahuiltecan people indigenous to South Texas. In 2018, they enjoyed a collaboration with Chanticleer and renowned composer Dan Forrest.

Other recent projects include a Spanish Baroque program with the Walden Chamber Players of Boston, Henry Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas with period instruments, Tomás Luis de Victoria’s 12-voice Missa “Laetatus sum” in Washington, DC, Aaron Copland’s In the Beginning in Dallas, and the nationally-touring Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddess multimedia concert at the Majestic Theatre.

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Mar
22
6:00 PM18:00

Kids Night Out

Theme:  Spring Fling

Theme: Spring Fling

Our popular Friday-night program for children 4 months to 5th grade includes a full schedule of games, crafts, play, snacks and supervised activities from 6 to 10:30 pm while parents enjoy an evening on their own. The cost is $25/child/night ($5/each additional sibling).  A light supper is served around 6:30. During December, this activity becomes Kids Day Out.

Kids Night/Day Out is available for families of St. Paul’s Church and School. Reservations, which are required due to limited space and staff, are accepted for each date up to two weeks in advance.

Please use this secure link to register and pay. For questions or special needs, please contact Ellen Edwards via eedwards@stpaulshouston.org.

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Mar
21
7:00 PM19:00

Iconoclast Sessions

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Iconoclast Sessions

Iconoclast Sessions are free performance gatherings that pair academic poets with spoken word poets. In addition to introducing Iconoclast students to a wide variety of literary expressions, these sessions create a context where communities that would not otherwise meet can begin to build friendships. Learn more about the upcoming featured poets in Houston and Galveston locations: www.iconoclastartists.org.

Houston session Thursday, March 21 ■ 7 pm
St. Paul’s UMC: Fondren Hall
Special guests: Cristina Martinez, community poet + Joseph Machado, academic poet

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Mar
21
12:15 PM12:15

Lenten Recital: Ben Kerswell & Collin Boothby, organ

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2019 LENTEN RECITAL SERIES

Sponsored by the St. Paul’s Chamber Music Society | Free admission | Sanctuary

Thursday, March 21, at 12:15 pm
Ben Kerswell & Collin Boothby, organ

Featuring the talent of two organists on St. Paul's grand Schantz organ:
- Ben Kerswell, Organ Scholar at St. Paul's UMC
- Collin Boothby, Organist/Choirmaster at Trinity Episcopal Church*

Program:
Toccata - Gigout
Trio Sonata No. 5, BWV 529: - Bach
II. Largo
III. Allegro
Prière, Op. 37 - Joseph Jongen
Fugue in E Minor “Wedge”, BWV 548 - Bach
Introduction & Passacaglia in D Minor, WoO 4, No. 6 - Reger 

*Special thanks to Collin Boothby for substituting for Christopher Betts who was originally scheduled to perform this recital but is recuperating from a foot injury.

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Mar
17
12:15 PM12:15

Information Luncheon on St. Paul’s Special Needs Program

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Build a trusting relationship and share on Sunday mornings the spiritual life of a child with special needs through individually designed activities. One hour on Sunday mornings can make a world of difference in the life of a child. No prior experience required; training and background checks are provided. 

To learn more about this opportunity, attend an informational luncheon on Sunday, March 17, at 12:15 pm, in Fondren Lounge. Led by Helen Spaw, MPS, lunch and childcare will be provided with RSVP via hspaw@stpaulshouston.org

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Mar
14
10:00 AM10:00

Primetimers: "Post Oak Boulevard, A Texas Legacy"

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St. Paul’s Primetimers is an activity-based group for senior adults who are interested in lifelong learning. Programs are presented on cultural, historical, social issues, and local topics of interest, featuring noted experts in these areas.

This Thursday’s gathering begins in Fondren Hall at 10 am with light refreshments, and the program begins at 10:30 am. (The group is meeting earlier than usual to allow time for folks to listen to the Lenten Recital Series performance in the Sanctuary at 12:15 pm..

Free of charge, and anyone is welcome to attend, regardless of church membership or age. Lunch ($10) is served to those who have made a reservation within two weekdays prior to the meeting to Nina Hall via 713-528-0527 x113 or nina@stpaulshouston.org.

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