We are looking for a part-time childcare assistant in the Early Childhood Center. The hours for the position are Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays from 8-11:30 am, from now until the end of the school year in May. No experience required. Please click here for a ministry description or here for an application. Applications are due February 23.
What is Faith Path? Faith Path is another part of our Faith@Home ministry and is a step-by-step plan that encourages us and our families to be intentional in learning, growing, and passing on the faith in various stages of our lives. Through a variety of resources, reminders and personal contacts through the Faith Path, we at St. Paul seek to continue equipping our congregational family and parents to be primary faith developers at home and even into the community and the world around us. Want to know more? Click here.
Upcoming Events (click event to learn more)
Family Time Sunday, February 4 at 9:15 am
Prayer Sunday, March 4 at 9:15 am
First Communion Sunday, March 18
Giving & Serving Wednesday, April 11
“Thy Will Be Done” is the theme of our midweek (Wednesday) Lenten series. “Not as I will, but as You will,” Jesus prayed to his Father the night before he went to the cross for our salvation. That is also our prayer this Lent as we seek to do God’s will in our lives, as we draw near to the observance of Christ’s suffering, death and resurrection during Holy Week. Each week we will focus on a different aspect of God’s will at work among us. Our worship services will be held at 11:30 AM (lunch to follow in the fellowship hall) and 7:15 PM.
Please note: that Confirmation classes and AWANA will end at 7:05 pm during Lent.
In this service for Week 1 of Lent, we remember that, at first, Moses did not think he could free the Israelites from slavery in Egypt. But God gave him confidence to set his people free. In Lent we remember that God sent his Son to do his will and set all people free from the slavery of sin.
In this service for Week 2 of Lent, we remember that, anointed by God to rule in Israel, King David followed God’s will to shepherd his people, but often failed to live up to God’s dream for him. We welcome the Good Shepherd into our lives who fulfills God’s dream perfectly to gather his wandering sheep into the sheepfold of heaven.
In this service for Week 3 of Lent, we remember that, in humility, Mary dutifully accepted the role God had given her to become the mother of our Savior. That Son would later accept his role, faithfully following the path his Father had in mind for him to save us all.
In this service for Week 4 of Lent, we remember that, on the road to Damascus, Paul had his worldview turned upside down when God called him to preach the name of the Christ he had been persecuting. We follow God’s will by putting the crucified Christ at the center of our worldview.
In this service for Week 5 of Lent, we remember that Lydia followed the will of God by responding in faith and hospitality when the Gospel message of Christ’s sacrifice was preached to her. We follow the will of God by responding in love and service to one another in return for what Christ has done for us.