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.
You’ve worshipped the Lord God Almighty and enjoyed fellowship with other believers. Now complete your edification by studying His Word: “Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly, teaching and admonishing one another in all wisdom….” [Colossians 3:16]
St. Paul’s has numerous medical equipment items available for anyone who has need. The list includes:
9 walkers, 4 of which have wheels, plus 1 clip-on walker tray
3 rollators with brakes, seats, and wire baskets
3 bath chairs with padded seat and back (2 large and 1 small)
1 hand bed rail
1 toilet seat arm (bolts on where the toilet seat bolts on and rests on the floor on each side of the seat)
1 5″ toilet seat riser cushion
1 donut-type seat cushion (new)
1 four-legged cane
1 aluminum adjustable cane
1 ankle boot
1 two-step collapsible stepstool
Please contact the church office (248-474-0675) for more information or to arrange a pickup.
Another way to support the St. Paul’s Preschool Fund, in order to start up our Preschool this fall.
Spaghetti & Trivia! Sunday, January 21, 5 p.m.
The Preschool Task Force is sponsoring a spaghetti supper, followed by a trivia contest, in the Social Hall, beginning at 5 p.m. Supper will consist of spaghetti, salad and dessert.
The trivia contest will consist of 8 teams – bring your own team, or join a team of players. There will be 10 rounds of questions on 10 different topics, and the winners will receive a prize. Last time we had a trivia night, we had lots of fun. Start planning your teams now.
There will not be a charge for this special evening. A donation to the Preschool Fund will be encouraged.
VALET PARKING is being offered to all St. Paul’s visitors and members during the month of January. It’s easy! Just drive up to the Middlebelt entrance and walk in. Your car will be parked for you and returned to the Middlebelt entrance whenever you are ready to leave. This valet parking is available for the Saturday night and Sunday morning services.
We will not be charging for this but a donation to the preschool fund would be greatly appreciated.
So take advantage of this convenience during these snowy, cold weekends while supporting our Preschool startup endeavor.
St. Paul’s Hopes to Restart its Preschool Ministry this Fall – You Can Help!
We have been given a tremendous opportunity to restart our Preschool. We are trying to do it using funds raised for a specific purpose instead of adding it on the congregational budget.
The startup cost has been estimated at $70,000. An anonymous donor will contribute $10,000 if the congregation can raise the other $60,000 by the last day of February.
We ALL know the importance of teaching children, from a very young age, of the love and knowledge of God: “Train up a child in the way he should go; even when he is old he will not depart from it.” [Proverbs 22:6].
Not only would we be providing a service for our members and the community around St. Paul’s, we would also be able to take advantage of a wonderful opportunity to expand God’s Kingdom.
Can you help? Open your checkbook, grab your credit card, ask your friends, bosses, and everyone you can think of that could contribute to a worthy cause. Every contribution counts!
Please join us for Concordia Lutheran School’s annual auction, on Sunday, February 18, at 3:30 p.m. at the Hellenic Cultural Center, located at 36375 Joy Road in Westland.
Tickets are $35 each; a table of 10 is $315. Tickets can be purchased in the school offices or after church services. The deadline for ticket orders is February 11.
Perhaps you make a craft item that you could donate or you saw something on sale for a great price at a store that you could buy and donate. Please consider donating a bottle of wine (of whatever quality you choose) or a six pack of beer. Please bring your donation to either campus office with a donation form. Donation forms are available in the back of church or in either church/school office. All donations need to be turned in by Friday, February 9.
We are also looking for corporate sponsors who are willing to make a donation and receive some advertising and recognition in return. Donation and Sponsor forms are available in the back of church or in either church/school office. All donations and sponsorships need to be turned in by Friday, February 9.