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: FEBRUARY 2019


The Epistle: DECEMBER 2018 - JANUARY 2019 (double issue!)


The Epistle: NOVEMBER 2018


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


Photos and publications

We want to show the world what the people of St. Paul's are doing, and we encourage our members to share our news and spread the Word as well. Our bulletins and the Epistle newsletter are available to the public, from visitors who walk through our doors to those visiting us through stpaulsk.org, and we use photos of St. Paul's building and people on our bulletin boards and on our website. We also have a presence on Facebook and Instagram. If you prefer your likeness not to appear in any of these places, please contact the church office. And of course, St. Paul's has no requirement that members participate in any online activity, nor control over what individual members choose to share on their personal social media platforms. 


Thanks for staying connected with St. Paul's, in so many different ways!


Announcements!

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. The person submitting the announcement will be assumed to be the contact person unless other information is provided. Please read the guidelines below to ensure your submissions will be received!


Please email announcements and other material to Erin Steele in the church office at: stpaulsunited@stpaulsk.org


For the Sunday worship bulletin: All bulletin announcements must be received by 9:00 a.m. on Wednesday. The maximum length is 75 words and should include date, time, and contact information. Email Erin with in-line text or attachments, or leave a hard copy in the main office. We make every effort to prioritize announcements with an event or deadline occurring in the next 3-4 weeks.


For the Weekly News email and our website: Announcements submitted for the bulletin will be included on our website and may be included in an abbreviated format in the Weekly News email, sent out each Thursday. We make every effort to prioritize announcements with an event or deadline occurring in the next 3-4 weeks. Events scheduled later than that may be included in the Weekly News email as space and time permit.


For The Epistle: Submit Epistle items to Erin Steele at stpaulsunited@stpaulsk.org no later than the 15th of the month. Each article should be about 250 words or less. Send Epistle content as a Word doc attachment with “Epistle Item” in the subject line. (Please help us identify all the Epistle content by following this rule - submissions provided in other formats or without the words "Epistle Item" in the subject line may be overlooked and accidentally omitted!) Graphics or photos are welcome, also sent as attachments. Paper submissions may be placed in the yellow “Epistle” folder on the desk in the main office.


Things to note: While the church calendar is produced in the office, there are no "automatic" announcements generated by the office. If you wish for an item to appear, please submit material using the information above. Epistle announcements are not automatically included in the Sunday bulletins, or vice versa. To ensure your news appears in both the Epistle and the Bulletin, items should be submitted separately. All items may be edited for length, clarity, or style. Epistles and bulletins are publicly available and posted online, therefore we print email and/or 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.