FEBRUARY 2019

 

 

 

Special Dates…

  • Feb. 3rd –  4th Sunday in Epiphany – 10:00 am Service
  • Feb. 10th – 5th Sunday in Epiphany – 10:00 am Service
  • Feb. 10th – Worship Service at Good Samaritan Center at 3:00 pm
  • Feb. 14th – St. Valentine’s Day  
  • Feb. 17th – 6th Sunday in Epiphany – 10:00 am Service
  • Feb. 17th – Potluck following service
  • Feb. 24th – 7th Sunday in Epiphany – 10:00 am Service
  • Feb. 24th – Quilting following service
  • Feb. 24th – Council meeting following service
  • Mar. 3rd – Transfiguration of our Lord – Service at 10:00 am
  • Mar. 6th – Ash Wednesday Service – 7:00 pm Service


Pastor Harvey welcomes all to St Paul.

Pastor Harvey Johnson will be leading us in worship and communion.  He is excited to be at St. Paul and eagerly looking forward to meeting everyone.  “Please join us on Sunday as we worship together as family.”

 


Santa’s Shop at Good Samaritan Center…

 

 


Check out the pictures from the Christmas Hayride and Christmas Caroling, Click Here.


Special Activities  to join.


Quilting 

Quilting group meets every 3rd Sunday following our fellowship time.  Come and join this special time as we sew and make quilts to give to those that are in need.


Bible Study 

Bible Study takes place the 2nd and 4th Mondays.  Dee Ozburn leads this special time. Time is 1:00 pm.  Join this special time to learn more about the love of God.

POTLUCK SUNDAYS

Come join us for our monthly potluck where we celebrate all birthdays and anniversaries for the month.  Join in the food and fellowship on every 3rd Sunday right after church.


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 The church as mosaic

A mosaic consists of thousands of little stones. Some are blue, some are green, some are yellow, some are gold. When we bring our faces close to the mosaic, we can admire the beauty of each stone. But as we step back from it, we can see that all these little stones reveal to us a beautiful picture, telling a story none of these stones can tell by itself. 

That is what our life in [the church] is about. Each of us is like a little stone, but together we reveal the face of God to the world. Nobody can say: “I make God visible.” But others who see us together can say: “They make God visible.” [Christian] community is where humility and glory touch. 

—Henri J.M. Nouwen 

 

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