Greetings in Christ Jesus Welcome to Lent. All of March is Lent. Ash Wednesday begins the observance of Lent. Ashes on your forehead is a reminder that we will die. Thus we need forgiveness from Jesus. Lent prepares us for the great celebration of Easter. There will be special Lenten Services each Wednesday at 1:30 […]
“Behold the man!” proclaimed the unwitting preacher Pontius Pilate in one of the shortest yet most profound sermons ever recorded. This will be our endeavor this Lent and Easter. Behold the man, God in human flesh, Jesus. His incarnation will provide the basis for our meditation and His real bodily suffering and death will provide […]
Greetings in Christ Jesus The robins have arrived! Spring is on the way! Daylight is longer! What will the groundhog say? Does it matter? Not really. What matters is what God has to say. He reminds us that He is with us no matter what the weather. He will not leave us or forsake us. […]
Dear friends, The following is a slightly truncated letter recently emailed to me by our synod president, pastor Matthew Harrison. Even though January is “Sanctity of Human Life” month in the Christian Church, every month is a time to consider the state of affairs concerning abortion and euthanasia in this land. You may disagree with […]
February 15-18 Skiing, Games, Devotions! Open to all our High School Youth. We will meet at St Paul by 3:30 onFriday the 15th. Parents will need to fill out medical releases beforethey leave. $100 for skiing, scholarships are available, just let Pastor know if thereis a need. House and food costs will be covered by […]
Church Election Results
Another year! What does 2019 have in store? It is a good thing we do not know. God knows.
If current trajectories continue, American churches will pass a tipping point. Our congregations will begin a likely unstoppable path toward decline that will rival many European churches of the past century.
S.P.A.R.K. December 2018 (St. Paul Church’s Announcements to Read and Know) The birth of a certain child two thousand years ago in Bethlehem prompted a poet in the nineteenth century to ask a very uncommon question in a hymn: “What Child Is This?” It was an uncommon question because it asked about the […]