St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church
2860 East Market Street, Warren, Ohio 44483
Office email: email@example.com
Office Hours 11:30 am – 2:30 pm
November 15, 2020
Sharing in the ministry today:
Presider – Rev. Bernie Dougherty
Assisting Minister – Diana Bauman
Church Closing – Ron Wireman
Flower Delivery – June & Kelly Hutchison
Greeter – Kelly Hutchison
Lector – Kelly Hutchison
Ushers – Lorri Baudo & Peggy Skoczylas
Baptized in Christ and strengthened through Word and Sacrament, we seek to share Christ’s love and forgiveness, to live in the world as God’s humble servants, and to be a caring and welcoming church.
Praying for members with medical challenges: Diana Bartlett, Rodger Bartlett, David Baudo, Elaine Benka, Ron Benka, Don Brant, Laurie Czoka, Tom Czoka, Jerry Groves, Stephanie Groves, Nancy Hall, Carolyn Marsh, Roy Seibert, Jane Shaw, Ken Wareham, Jerry Wareham, Jean Waris, April Williams, Andrea Wollam
Remembering those who are home bound: Pastor Richard Bowen, Bill Cohol, Marlene Cohol, Geneveive Costello, Jim Illencik, Jean Maurice, Harriette Shaffer
Remembering those with special needs: Ted Buch, Gini Cage, Cora Campbell, Julie Craig, Cindy Crisafi, Connie Fowler, Mary Groves, Sharri Olson, Mary Lou Robertson, Cindy Robinson, Scotty Santimarino, Sandy Seitz, Ondine Shiau, Alison Steuer, Rev. Paul Swartz, Dean Voye, Mark Voye, Bob Webb
Remembering those in the Military: Jonathan Benka, Danielle Greenhill, Kirk Groves, Michael Maradin
Announcement Page Articles: Please have your articles to the church office by Tuesday each week.
Supply Pastor: Our guest Pastor for the month of November will be Reverend Bernie Dougherty. He is a retired minister from Stow. We look forward to having Pastor Bernie lead us in worship.
All Saints Book of Remembrance: Each year at All Saints, we remember those members of our congregation who have died over the past year. We have also made it a practice to inscribe their names in a Book of Remembrance. Our Book of Remembrance is fashioned after the words of the prophet Malachi (chapter 3, verse 16): “Then those who revered the Lord spoke with one another. The Lord took note and listened, and a Book of Remembrance was written before Him of those who revered the Lord and thought on His name.” Before worship begins, all worshippers are invited to write in our book the names of family members, friends, neighbors, and loved ones who have passed since All Saints Day last year, from November 3, 2019, to November 1, 2020. Our Book of Remembrance will be made available at worship each Sunday from November 1 through 15, 2020, on a table before the altar. Each Sunday, names written that week will be read.
Grand-families: Grand-families meets on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays of each month in the Parlor. We will meet Saturday, November 28, at 10:30 am.
Work Day: On Saturday, November 28 there will be a Work Day at the church. The purpose of this work day will be to clean and decorate the sanctuary for Advent and install a garbage disposal in the kitchen. We will start at 9:00 am and hope to be done around noon. I would like to thank Brenda and Bill Hart, Bonnie Thompson, Judy Dodge, Amy Martin, Jim Kuzman, Ron Wireman, and Marty Maurice for their help in cleaning windows in October. Thank you for your support. Tim Martin
Food Outreach: St. Paul Church is reaching out to old and new friends with a fresh meal and food care packages that are delivered once a month. We are thankful for the response from you. Keep filling the basket and we will keep delivering as needed. The following suggested items are always appreciated. cereal, soup and crackers, canned meats, canned fruits, boxed potatoes and stuffing, gravy, canned sweet potatoes, corn, green beans, peanut butter and jelly, and cookies. Monetary donations can be made to the church with FOOD OUTREACH on the memo line. This is a Thrivent Financial Action Team project. For more information, please contact Bonnie Thompson at 330-272-1400, Debbie Illencik at 234-308-1626 or Grace Shiau at 330-505-8175.
15 – NEWSLETTER DEADLINE – Please have your articles to the church office by this date
21 – Red Cross in Cassel Hall 9:00-2:00
26 – Thanksgiving Day
28 – Property Work Day 9:00 am; Grand-families in Parlor 10:30 am
ST. PAUL YOUTH UPDATE FROM STACEY ALTIERE
Tonight, 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm — CANCELLED
Cookie Walk & Bake Sale
Next Sunday, November 22 — POSTPONED
Don’t forget to sign up in the narthex to bake your favorite recipe for our annual Cookie Walk & Bake Sale next Sunday after service! Cookies, breads, muffins, brownies, and all other yummy recipes welcome. Please mark items containing nuts or nut products. We are asking members to refrain from making cakes, cupcakes, or pies. Contact Stacey Altiere at 330-718-8820 if you are unable to sign up in person but would like to donate baked goods. Donations may be dropped off in Cassel Hall on Saturday, November 21, from 4:00 to 6:00 pm or brought to service by 10:00 am on the day of the event. I can’t wait!!!
Over 300 Coats Donated!
The Youth Group is proud to announce we have already collected and distributed over 300 coats to shelters and non-profits in our community and we aren’t done yet! We still have TONS of coats to pick up and deliver in the coming weeks. Spread the word and keep those donations coming so we can begin to distribute to surrounding agencies. Contact Stacey Altiere at 330-718-8820 for further information. Donations may be dropped off at the church office Monday through Friday 11:30 am to 2:30 pm or on Sunday mornings or taken to one of the following locations:
Warren Police Department Warren Fire Department
141 South St., SE, Warren 111 South St., SE, Warren
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