The Rev. Dr. J. Paul Board
In November, 1997, Rev. Dr. J. Paul Board came to serve at St. Paul’s. With a vision of service and mission, he has guided a genuinely dedicated congregation in a variety of ministries. There is an understated sense of service to others that has been cultivated and nurtured through his tenure at St. Paul’s.
Paul is married to Lori and they have three children, Sarah, Michael, and Eric. They live in the rectory next to the church.
Paul grew up in Texas and finished high school in Ann Arbor, Michigan. He received his B.A. in Liberal Arts from the University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee (1989). His Master in Divinity comes from Virginia Theological Seminary (1995). His Doctor of Ministry is from the Seabury Theological Institute (Seabury-Western Seminary, 2007).
Friends, Remember Day Light Savings time ends this Sunday. We gain an hour. This Sunday is the Feast of All Saints and Commemoration of All Faithful Departed. We will read the names of the necrology at 8am. Bishop Jolly will preside at 10am with baptism and...
Friends, Greetings from St. Paul's. I pray you are well. Last Sunday I preached a sermon and missed an opportunity to focus on the war in Israel and Gaza. We all knew about it as the attack by Hamas had occurred a day earlier on Saturday. Prime Minister...
We are pleased to introduce Angela Coleman as our new parish secretary. April 26, 2023
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Friends, Greetings from St. Paul’s. I hope you are well. We will celebrate All Saints this Sunday. We have recreated the necrology from scratch. We have always known names were absent from the necrology. Shayla spent the past year going through records and...
The irony of the Christmas rush is we have 364 days to prepare.
We no longer have a mask requirement at the 10 am service beginning this Sunday, October 31. Masks, along with all COVID precautions are a personal choice.
This Sunday is our first Sunday School for the little children, preschool to mid-elementary. Class begins after the 10am service and will last about twenty minutes.
I pray you are well. There are new changes to our COVID protocols on Sunday morning.
All COVID precautions are lifted beginning this Sunday, June 13th.