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Pastoral Care – We Are Here for YOU!

 

We remain a community connected in God's love even in this necessary social distancing. The pastoral staff is still at work and available for you, especially during these unsettling and anxious times. The staff will offer “Online Open Office Hours.”

 

The Rev. Jennifer Hornbeck can be reached via email at jhornbecks@sptaulsburlingame.org or by calling (650) 348.4811.

 

Ms. Jocelyn A. Sideco via email at jsideco@stpaulsburlingame.org or social media and Zoom by appointment or by calling (650) 348.4811.

 

We want to know you are cared for and not alone. Please don't hesitate to reach out to let us.

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We are United Against Racism

This phrase and stance are taken from the National Council of Churches' book, United Against Racism: Churches for Change. “Authentic Christianity requires the loving inclusion of all God’s creation. An inclusive, beloved community is a community free from racism. United Against Racism is a call to an authentic Christianity, a religion that strives to become God’s inclusive, beloved community. It summons Christians to pray, think, and act to end racism. This resource aims to support churches, communions, and those who endeavor to share the journey of the Christian faith in the pursuit of an unfinished agenda to embody a more excellent way of racial equity.”

 

Commitment

The Rev. Thomas Skillings and our Vestry published this letter on July 8, 2020.

 

     Listen to him address our commitment:             Listen to his full sermon dated July 5:

Racial Justice Working Group

A smaller group of Vestry members, staff, and parishioners contribute to the coordination and resourcing of anti-racism education throughout the programming year.

 

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