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Sunday School News:                           Fourth Sundays are set aside for youth meetings from 10:15 - 11:15am.  We will have a short meeting and a fun event each fourth Sunday.  This is open to all 6th - 12th grade. The next meeting is February 23.

Sunday Bible Study & Fellowship:               Please join in the fellowship downstairs in the main fellowship hall.  Adult Bible Study will follow at 10:30am.  Bible Studies are an open discussion format where we discuss the readings of the day and how they apply to our daily lives.

Mid-Week Bible Study:                               Mid-Week Bible Study has resumed on Wednesdays at 7:00am.  They are continuing the study of Lutheranism 101.

Confirmation Classes:                                 The Confirmation Class continues to meet each Sunday at 11:40am.  The next class is February 23rd.
Ash Wednesday Service:                               St. Paul's will have an Ash Wednesday Service on February 26, at 7:00pm.

Volunteers Needed:                                    St. Paul's needs three people willing to serve their church as Vice President and two Trustees. Please let the Pastor know ASAP.                                                     

Please remember to check for any mail you may have received each time you are at church.

Cookbooks:                                                      We've included all of the recipes from those members who are no longer with us up through our current congregation.  It is a hard cover 3 ring binder cookbook full of hints, tips, substitutions, and over 650 recipes. 

Copies are $15 each.  You can contact the church office or Toni Schwartz at      

Operation Christmas Child Shoebox:          Sunday School and Youth group are again supporting Operation Christmas Child.  Last year we sent 150 boxes!  Each month we will bring in supplies to fill our boxes.  Try to bring 1-2 things in each month!

February - Toys & Activity Items    Examples: small dolls or stuffed animals, hot wheels, kazoos or harmonicas, yo-yo's, jump robes, paddle ball sets, wooden craft kits, small games (checkers, dominoes, tic-tac-toe, etc.), small building sets, balls, toys that light up or make noise - with extra batteries, silly bands, decks of cards, & kid meal toys.  **No war, military, toy guns, or toy knives please.  For the older kids think about making a small fishing kit such as hooks, fishing line, and a bobber or a small sewing kit for the older girls.  These kits are easy to assemble in a medicine bottle that has a larger opening.  You can also include flashlights (extra batteries) or anything else a young man or young lady would like.                                                   Also remember that all items must fit into the shoeboxes so nothing too large.  Make sure everything you bring is new.  Check out those clearance aisles!