The Epistle Newsletter

Our monthly newsletter, The Epistle from St. Paul's, provides details about many organizations and events. Click the link below to download a full-color *pdf version. Black-and-white paper copies are available for pick-up in the Narthex or church office. Contact the church office if you would like to receive a printed copy sent to your home through traditional postal mail.

The Epistle: JUNE 2018

The Epistle: MAY 2018

The Epistle: APRIL 2018

The Epistle: MARCH 2018

The Epistle: FEBRUARY 2018

The Epistle: DECEMBER 2017 - JANUARY 2018 (double issue!)

For older archive editions of The Epistle, please contact the church office.


If you have an upcoming St. Paul’s-related event and want to let church members and friends know about it, you can create an announcement for the Sunday worship bulletin or the monthly Epistle. 

For the bulletin: Please email announcements to Erin Steele in the church office at All bulletin announcements must be received by 12:00 noon on Wednesday. The suggested length is 75 words and should include date, time, and contact information. Bulletin announcements are automatically included in the Weekly News email sent out each Thursday.

For the Epistle: Submit Epistle items to Erin Steele at no later than the 15th of the month. Please send Epistle content as a Word doc attachment with “Epistle Item” in the subject line. Graphics or photos may be included, also as attachments. Each article should be about 250 words or less. Paper submissions may be placed in the yellow “Epistle” folder on the desk in the main office. 

Things to note: Epistle announcements are not automatically included in the Sunday bulletins, or vice versa. To ensure your news appears in both places, items should be submitted separately. All items may be edited for length, clarity, or style. Epistles and bulletins are publicly available and posted online. We will print email and phone contact information but do not list home addresses. We love to include photos of people of all ages but, with a few rare exceptions, will not identify children or youth in photos by name.