St. Paul’s “Welcome Back Sunday” September 14

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HOPKINTON, MASS. (September 2, 2014) – St. Paul’s Episcopal Church will be hosting its annual “Welcome Back Sunday” on September 14. Current and potential church members are invited to join in this homecoming celebration, which will include Sunday School registration at 10:30 a.m. and a Holy Eucharistic service at 10:45 a.m. (which is the new starting time for that service). There will also be a pot-luck lunch after the service and the chance for newcomers to meet Reverend Rebecca Black, who recently joined St. Paul’s as the bridge priest. St. Paul’s Episcopal Church is located at 61 Wood Street/Rte. 135, Hopkinton.

“Welcome Back Sunday is always a special time as we reunite with current members and meet potential new members,” said Rev. Black. “I’ve been enjoying getting to know the parishioners at St. Paul’s in the three months I’ve been here, and look forward to meeting new members, especially the children and teenagers in our Sunday School.”

About the Rev. Rebecca Black
Rev. Black is a skilled leader and priest for parishes in transition. She is also founder of A Special Grace, which is a ministry of the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts for the pastoral and liturgical needs of families with children, teens and adults on the Autism Spectrum.

About St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church is called to be an embracing, nourishing and life-giving family in Christ. St. Paul’s members believe they are called to care for each other, for the community and for the world.
For more information call 508-435-4536.