St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church
2860 East Market Street, Warren, Ohio 44483
Office email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Office Hours 11:30 am – 2:30 pm
March 28, 2021
Sharing in the ministry today:
Presider – Rev. Gail Zackrison
Live-stream Technician – Tom Mossor
Organist – Jim Kuzman
Altar Guild – Debbie Groves & Ruth Sarko
Assisting Minister – Marty Maurice
Church Closing – Liz Chapin
Flower Delivery – June & Kelly Hutchison
Greeters – Marty Maurice & Grace Shiau
Lector – Marty Maurice
Sunday School – Trisha Mossor
Ushers – Terry Ceplecci & Kelly Hutchison
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.
ATTENDANCE Sunday, March 21 = 46 Wednesday, March 24 = 14
GIVING Sunday, March 21, Deposit = $1,520.00 2021 Boiler Project = $18,238.00 (to date)
We are changing our prayer list guidelines. The names listed below will stay on the list for the month of March. If you want a name put on the prayer list, please call or email the church office.
Praying for members with medical challenges: Elaine Benka, Ron Benka, Darlene Cesta, Jerry Groves, Carolyn Marsh, Jerry Wareham
Remembering those with special needs: Heather Breter, Ann Buch, Gini Cage, Dean Voye, Mark Voye
Remembering those who are home bound: David Baudo, Pastor Richard Bowen, Bill Cohol, Marlene Cohol, Geneveive Costello, Jim Illencik, Jean Maurice, Harriette Shaffer
Remembering those in the Military: Jonathan Benka, Kirk Groves, Michael Maradin
Announcement Page Articles: Please have your articles to the church office by Tuesday each week.
Visit us: On Facebook at: www.facebook.com/stpaulwarrenoh; on our website at: stpaulwarrenoh.org
PASTA DINNER TO-GO: We will hold a Pasta Dinner To-Go on Saturday, April 10, from 4:00 to 6:30 pm. The cost is $8.00. Proceeds will go to the Boiler Project. For advance orders, please call Lorri Baudo at 330-883-4157. For questions, call Diana Bauman at 330-856-6034. There will also be a Bake Sale and Basket Raffle.
GRAND-FAMILIES: Grand-families meets on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays of each month in the Parlor. We will meet Saturday, April 10 and 24, at 10:30 am.
FOOD OUTREACH: Delivery of hot meals continued on March 19. We also delivered boxes of shelf-stable foods to several families in need. We are thankful for the response from you. Our hope is to maintain the servant project, once a month, through the year, recognizing an essential need in the community and to keep communication with some of our members, too. The following suggested items are always appreciated: cereal, soup, pasta, canned meats (such as tuna, salmon, turkey, chicken), boxed potatoes, gravy, and peanut butter. The next scheduled delivery date is April 23. Monetary donations can be made to the church with FOOD OUTREACH on the memo line. Questions or suggestions, please contact Bonnie Thompson at 330-272-1400, Debbie Illencik at 234-308-1626 or Grace Shiau at 330-720-4579.
1 – Maundy Thursday 7:00 pm Worship Service
2 – Good Friday 8:00 pm Worship Service
3 – DAR in Cassel Hall 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
4 – Easter Sunday
7 – Finance Committee Meeting in Parlor 5:00 pm
10 – Grand-families in Parlor 10:30 am – 12:00 pm; Pasta Dinner To-Go 4:00-6:30 pm
12 – Council in Parlor6:00 pm
18 – Newsletter Deadline
24 – Red Cross in Cassel Hall 9:00 am – 2:00 pm; Grand-families in Parlor 10:30 am – 12:00 pm
ST. PAUL YOUTH UPDATE FROM STACEY ALTIERE
Now – April 4
Ladies, the Masked Disciples need your old purses! You know, the ones that are buried in the back of your closet but still in good condition? Those purses! The Masked Disciples will be filling your gently used purses (please no small clutches or oversized bags/totes) with toiletries and hygiene products for distribution at local shelters, outreach programs, and ministries for women. Please place your donations on the table in the hallway marked “Purse Project”.
Now – April 4
The children have already kicked off the “Noisy Change” collection for the ELCA World Hunger Project. Glass mason jars and coffee tins have been placed in the hallway to collect your loose change to donate to underdeveloped countries to purchase livestock, medicine, etc. This campaign will run during Lent, so please dump out those purses and look in the couch cushions to help those in need.
Lenten Offering Boxes
Now – April 4
The youth of all ages have also received their Lenten Offering Boxes to collect on their own to donate to our Helping Hands Ministry at St. Paul. They have been instructed to look around the house and fill them up before Easter as their gift to the church. Please take one from the table located in the narthex if your child did not receive one.