ST. PAUL NEWS & EVENTS

PLEASE PRAY FOR:  

Remembering those with medical challenges:  Elaine Benka, Ron Benka, Mary Collins, Jerry Groves, Don Hazel, Carol Hipple, Wally Hipple, Jim Illencik, Carolyn Marsh, Roy Seibert, Ken Wareham, April Williams, Andrea Wollam

 

Remembering those who are home bound:  Shirlee Chambers, Charles English, Harriette Shaffer

 

Remembering those with special needs:  Donna Baldwin, Elizabeth Campbell, Cathie Cimini, Amber Ellis, Bryan Giocondi, Debi Houlf, Letha Marsh, Ann Marie Perkins, Anita Rayburn, Cindy Robinson, Deanna Savon, Ondine Shiau, Shelley Town, Lisa Young

 

Remembering those in the Military:  Joe Baudo, Kirk Groves, Michael Maradin

 

COFFEE CUP GREETINGSHeld on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of each month, July 1 & 15.

 

BOWLING FOR BEARS:  Our elementary kids are inviting any bowlers from St. Paul and Living Lord to join them on Sunday, July 1, at 1:00 pm at Echo Lanes on Elm Road.  Bring a NEW teddy bear as your entry “ticket” and we will pay for your bowling (shoes and games).  Refreshments will be provided, too.  The bears will be given to the children of the Solace Center program.  Sign up in the narthex or call Lyda Vigorito (St. Paul) or Stacey Altiere (Living Lord).

 

PATRIOTIC MUSIC CONERT:  Sunday, July 15, plan on enjoying an hour of patriotic music performed by the Youngstown Fine Arts Brass Quintet.  Immediately following our worship service, a casual luncheon will be served in Cassel Hall.  The concert will then commence after lunch.  This event is sponsored by the 150th Anniversary Committee and is free to all attending.  Please sign up in the narthex if you are planning to attend in order to facilitate in the food preparation and setup.  This will be a great time to hear and enjoy some quality music and to continue our celebration of our anniversary year.  Thank you!  This event is supported by Thrivent Financial.

 

VACATION BIBLE SCHOOLThis year’s Vacation Bible School is going to be held at Living Lord Lutheran Church July 15-19, 5:30-7:30 pm each evening, for children up to the 6th grade.  This year’s theme will be “Hero Central”.  Please join us for an exciting week of crafts and games.  If you would be interested in volunteering to teach, lead crafts, lead games, set up and serve snacks, and lead the opening and closing, please contact Darlene Altiere or Pastor Bill.  Please register your children by filling out a registration form (located on the table under the Parish Ed bulletin board in the Education Wing) and return it to the church office by July 1.  Invite your friends and neighbors.  This is FREE!

 

RUMMAGE SALE:  St. Paul will hold a Rummage Sale on Saturday, August 4, from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm.  Please continue to search for any useable but unwanted items to donate for this event.  Items can be brought to the church during the last week of July and should be placed on the stage in Cassel Hall.  Please see Brenda Ceplecci if you need help getting your items to the church.

 

HALL RENTAL:  Any member wishing to rent Cassel Hall must call the office to schedule the date to be sure it is not already rented or in use by the church, the Preschool, DAR, the Red Cross, or The Solace Center.  There is also paper work which needs to be filled out prior to renting.

 

FLOWERS AND MEDITATION CANDLESWeeks are available for purchase, dedicated to your special intentions. The meditation candle is $5.00 and flowers are $30.00 for two vases. Please use an Order Envelope and PREPAY your order at the time that you sign the flower and candle chart. PAYMENT ENVELOPES ARE BY THE FLOWER CHART. On weeks where there is no paid order, the church will display silk flowers to the Glory of God.  Please sign up for your special weeks while they are available.

 

SPLASH TODAYDonations are always warmly welcomed, and with your continued support, we will be able to sustain this valuable ministry to young families.

 

GRIEF MINISTRYPart of the Social Committee is Grief Ministry. Joyce Osborn is spearheading this ministry with Pr. Perkins’ and God’s guidance and help.  When a loved one dies, Joyce sends a set of four books called “Journeying through Grief” throughout the first year. Each book describes the issues and feelings that a person tends to encounter at various points of grief and the books offer suggestions on handling them.  If Pastor Perkins or Joyce can be of any help or if you have any questions during a time of grief, please contact either of them.

 

DUE TO GOVERNMENT REGULATIONSIn the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), churches and clergy can no longer make written or oral public announcements of health information regarding our members.  Thus, unless specifically requested by a member to share other information, we are only able to indicate where a person is hospitalized or that they have been discharged.

 

 

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