Art by Joan Spaw

Art by Joan Spaw

Read Psalm 98

O sing to the Lord a new song,
for he has done marvelous things.
His right hand and his holy arm have gained him victory. 
The Lord has made known his victory;
he has revealed his vindication in the sight of the nations. 
He has remembered his steadfast love and faithfulness
to the house of Israel.
All the ends of the earth have seen
the victory of our God...

CANTAD á Jehová canción nueva; Porque ha hecho maravillas: Su diestra lo ha salvado, y su santo brazo. Jehová ha hecho notoria su salud: En ojos de las gentes ha descubierto su justicia. Hase acordado de su misericordia y de su verdad para con la casa de Israel: Todos los términos de la tierra han visto la salud de nuestro Dios...


This week: March 5–11

For more details and to register for small groups: www.stpaulshouston.org/gatherings

Sunday, March 5
8:30 am: Praying Circles Around Our Children (March 5–April 9)
9:15 am–1 pm: Labyrinth Prayer Walks (come and go)
9:45 am: Parenting Our Parents
9:45 & 11:05 am: Exploring St. Paul’s
11:05 am: Tattoos on the Heart (March 5–April 9)
12:15 pm: New Member Gathering
12:15 pm: Bolivia Mission Trip: Info Meeting

Monday, March 6
6:30 pm: Life Interrupted (March 6–April 10)

Tuesday, March 7
7 pm: Young Adult Lenten Study (March 7–April 11)

Wednesday, March 8
5 pm: Via Dolorosa/Way of the Cross (March 8–April 12)
7 pm: Seeking the Welfare of the City (March 8, March 22 & April 5)

Thursday, March 9
10:30 am: Primetimers
12:15 pm: Lenten Recital | Featuring Madeline Slettedahl (pianist) and Ben Lowe (baritone). St. Paul’s is the Houston stop on a national tour of the winners of the prestigious 2016 Marilyn Horne Song Competition at the Music Academy of the West, Santa Barbara, CA.

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