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ST. PAUL FALL FESTIVAL: NOVEMBER 10

Our St. Paul Fall Festival is scheduled for Saturday, November 10, 9:00 - 3:00. The event will include: a barbecued chicken & sausage dinner, a silent auction, a cake walk, and entertainment, including live music by the Ear Food Gospel Orchestra. Also, there will be a community rummage sale.
 
Meal plates are available for a $7 donation. Consider taking some for friends and colleagues. You can also help by obtaining items for the silent auction - gift certificates from restaurants, art objects, jewelry, kid- things, etc. Spaces for the rummage sale can be arranged through our Office Manager, Irene De La Cruz (532-7341). Spaces are available for $15.

OUTDOOR BILINGUAL WORSHIP AND PICNIC

DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME ENDS on Nov. 4 this year!
 
On Sunday, NOVEMBER 4, our Annual Outdoor Bilingual Worship and Picnic will be held again this year again at the JOSKE PAVILION AT BRACKENRIDGE PARK here in San Antonio.  It is a good place to hold this event! There is a children’s playground connected to the pavilion and nice bathrooms not far away. The 11:30 Bilingual Service will be held at the park that day in a very informal setting, followed by food and great fellowship. MARK YOUR CALENDAR! Everyone at St. Paul is invited... AND it is also a great opportunity to invite friends!

GOSPEL LUNCH AT THE COVE: Sunday, October 21

Have you been to the Gospel Brunch lately... or ever? Did you know that every month (normally the 3rd Sunday) a Gospel Lunch featuring “Miss Neesie and the Ear Food Orchestra” is held at The Cove, 606 W. Cypress St. (located just south of San Antonio College and a block west of San Pedro)? Artists in the orchestra include St. Paul members Neesie and Jim Beal and Ronnie Biediger plus other talented people. Music is down-home Cajun style gospel music, and The Cove is a fun, informal place with good food. Voluntary contributions and profits from The Cove that day go to support our St. Paul Child Development Center ministry!! The Cove opens at 12:00 noon and music goes from 1:00 to 3:00. Come after church that day and help represent St. Paul among the people who gather, enjoy some good food if you would like, and listen to great gospel music from fun people!!

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