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Our Summer worship schedule is coming to an end.  Soon we will switch back to our two service schedule of one more traditional liturgical worship service with music accompanied by our organ at 8 a.m.; an Education time for all ages 3 years old through adults from
9:15 - 10:15 a.m.; and a second liturgical service with music led by guitar and piano at 10:30 a.m.  We will continue to have only one service through Sunday, September 4th.  Sunday, September 11th, will be Rally Day when we begin our two service worship schedule, Sunday School begins, and we will have a special Mission Fair on Rally Day.  Come join us!

Rally day movement


Sunday School
Rally Rally UP!

3 years to 6th grade

The first Day of Sunday School will bring us into a new year of Adventure of learning about Gods love for us and for the world!

We welcome new 3 year olds to join us with their parents each Sunday for a few months as everyone gets acclimated, All preschoolers and parents are always welcome to come before 9:15,or stay after and have coffee/juice/treat and have the children come play with all the fun toys in the room and visit the library and reading area and come to church.

Sunday School will rock out with energetic praise songs, our offering gifts will support another child with food/education/opportunity and a circle prayer. Then each group goes to their own unique Kid Zones for Bible time.

Every 5-6 weeks is Family Sunday where the entire family is invited to participate with your child in a service project or family event.

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Mission Fair 2016

Rally Day – September 11, 2016 – 9:00 a.m.

Everyone’s invited to come to our Rally Day Mission Fair 2016!  It will be an exciting morning with Sunday School children and families and all of our members learning about what St. Paul Lutheran is doing inside of our walls, out in the community, and in the world! 

I guarantee you will be educated and feel proud of all that is accomplished for God’s kingdom through SPLC. 

What can you expect?  Each of our church committees will be sponsoring a “booth” that represents what their committee does.  Come and find out about the 12 church committees and what they do.  You will be glad you did!

Since we are having a Mission Fair, we also want to do some mission work on this day.  We will be completing School Kits & Personal Care Kits for Lutheran World Relief!  A list of the supplies that are needed for the school kits and the Personal Care kits is included on the following page and our goal for Rally Day will be to complete 150 school kits and 75 health kits and I know we can accomplish that!!!  Drop your items at the School Kits/Health Kits area in the Fellowship Hall.

We hope that everyone will support this wonderful global mission that provides items to children and their families in helping with school and hygiene. 

2nd bonfire of the summer

JOIN US FOR OUR SECOND YEAR BONFIRE FOR THE BLESSINGS OF ALL ANIMALS on Sunday, September 11, 5-8 p.m.  Hotdogs, beverages, and table service will be furnished by the Fellowship Committee.  Please bring a dish to pass for supper and your favorite chair.  Our last bonfire for this year will be on Sunday, October 9.  If you haven’t been to one of our bonfires, come join us in the fun.

Upcoming *FREE* Decisions Made Early Workshops

Thanks to both the Stewardship and the Evangelism & Membership Committees, the following open to the community Decisions Made Early workshops are being offered this fall.  These workshops will be held twice each day – once at 1:30 p.m. and the second offering at 6:30 p.m.  Don’t forget to sign up for the door prizes.  Please sign up or call the church office to let us know your attendance.

September 22: Courageous Conversations About End-of-Life: Health Care Directives & Personal Choices

October 6: Preplanning a Funeral

October 20: How Not to Outlive Your Retirement Dollars

Who should attend these FREE workshops are individuals who are…

  • already retired
  • close to retirement
  • planning to retire one day
  • caring for parents or other loved ones who are retired
  • planning ahead for the need to care for their aging family members
  • wanting to plan ahead to take care of things for their own children

Actually, everyone should come...and invite a neighbor too!

Thank you to Thrivent Financial for the Action Team funds to provide refreshments.



On the first Sunday of each month, our Parish Nurse, Linda Peterson, offers free blood pressure checks.  You don’t need to sign up in advance – just come to the church office after the 9 a.m. worship service.  If you have any other health questions or issues you would like to discuss with her, she is also available to talk with you, or set up a time to talk with you, about these things, too.



Prayer Requests
We would like to invite you to share with us any prayer requests or concerns that you may have.  You may chose whether these prayer request are used in our Sunday service prayer time, or if you want them kept more private.  You may also chose if you want a pastor to contact you for personal prayer or to answer questions or provide help in any other way.  Click the link below to go to the prayer request form . . .

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