The results of the pastoral survey will be presented to the congregation on: Wednesday, May 16, at 7pm. by Rev. Rob Kasper. Please plan on attending this this very informative meeting about what the general consensus regarding what kind of a pastor you all think would be the best fit for St. Paul’s. There will … [Read more…]
It is time again to begin our annual fund drive called Court of Concordia. Letters have been sent out to members of both association congregations, all school families, and other donors. If you have not received yours, you should receive it shortly. The campaign lasts until August 15 when our fiscal year ends. Why is … [Read more…]
Have you ever noticed an activity introduced in the bulletin or newsletter and wanted to help, but didn’t know what was needed? There’s a new bulletin board in the Narthex that lists most of the current volunteer opportunities at St. Paul’s. Check it out and see if there’s something that fits your interests. Remember the … [Read more…]
MOTOR CITY MEALS is an organization that goes out to feed the homeless. Our own Cheryl Johnson makes up meals for them to distribute. They feed about 60 people a week and so far this year they have given out 460 meals. If you would like to help, they could use the following items: * Cases of bottled water * … [Read more…]
Book of Concord confessional study now offered twice weekly! Because of popular demand, the Confessional Study, taken from the Book of Concord, is offered twice a week at St. Paul’s now! Pastor Siefert leads this open reading and discussion from the Book of Concord on Wednesdays from 7 – 8 p.m. and Thursdays from 12:10 … [Read more…]
There are several ways you can join in this Bible Giveaway ministry First, donations are needed to purchase more children’s and Arabic Bibles. Second, you can assist in setting out Bibles for people to take at various events here at St. Paul’s. Third, you can take these Bibles and give them to people you know who … [Read more…]
What do the worship service readings mean? The Sunday morning Bible Class, led by Pastor Siefert, provides an in-depth study and discussion of the Bible readings from that morning’s worship service. The class begins at 10:45 a.m. in the Social Hall, immediately following Coffee Hour.
Vacation Bible School will be held this summer during the week of July 23. Sessions will be conducted Monday through Friday, from 9 to 11:30 a.m. A new feature this year is LUNCH!! There will be more information to come later, but put this on your calendar now.