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Our New Member Course (Christian Faith And Life)

A new “Christian Faith and Life Class” will start on Sunday, May 19
(1:00 - 4:00, including a light lunch). This 4 session course, led by Pastor Dave and Pastor Carlos, is for persons considering becoming members of St. Paul congregation AS WELL AS anyone else who would just like to grow in their relationship with the Lord and their understanding of the Christian message and what it means for our lives. There is no charge and no obligation involved in participating in this course, and participants will receive a Bible. This course will provide an overview of the Christian faith and God’s message to us in an informal setting using the Book of Ephesians (in the Bible) as a guide. It’s really good news for our lives! If you would be interested or have questions talk to Pastor Dave or Pastor Carlos. Also, please help get the word out!

EASTER (RESURRECTION) SUNDAY - Sunday, April 21 2019

7:30 a.m. -  Early Morning Service of Easter Light on this day of Jesus’ resurrection, to be held in the church.
This service will include candles, special music, and also Holy Communion shared together.
8:30 a.m. -  Easter breakfast in the gymnasium.  Everyone is invited to join us! Free will donations will be accepted which will support our youth ministry programs.
10:00 a.m.- Combined Festival Worship for this Day of Resurrection. This joyful service will be partially bilingual with Holy Communion and special music. It will be followed by a sharing of resurrection joy with Easter cascarones. Also children through 5th grade will receive special Easter treats. The HOPE and NEW LIFE that Jesus has given us give us much to celebrate!

Family Camping Trip to Inks Lake State Park: May 3-5

Over 70 people are signed up to participate in our family camping weekend at Inks Lake State Park May 3-5. This has become a favorite activity for many each year and a wonderful relaxation and relationship-building time in our congregation. Please include this activity in your prayers.
NOTE FOR PARTICIPANTS: At the ranger station, tell the ranger that you are with the St. Paul Lutheran Church group. The group will have a brief informal devotional time together on Saturday morning at 11:00, and also an informal worship time in the park on Sunday morning about 11:00 (in the amphitheater).

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