"The Girl on the Train"
May 10, 2016
St. Paul's Book Club will meet on Tuesday, May 10th at 6:30 at Sue Agne's home. This month we are reading the book, The Girl on the Train, by Paula Hawkins. This book is a mystery that is told from three different perspectives-Rachel, Megan and Anna. It is described as a real page turner! Hope you can join us!
Zachary's Table Celebrates our One Year Anniversary
Join us for a Free Community Meal!
You are warmly invited to join us for a one year celebration on Tuesday, May 17th. On that date, it will be one year since this idea became a reality, thanks to Zachary Parker's vision, his strong faith and the dedicated work of our Outreach Committee. We have formed relationships with the individuals who we serve, we know them by name, they know us and love us, and they have become our family. We hope you will be able to join us. If you are in need of a ride, we would be happy to pick you up, Just let Russ, Patty or the church office know. And if you are unable to attend, perhaps you would enjoy the opportunity to make someone's day brighter by doing one small action-contact Patty B. for some ideas! Please come-All are welcome!
If this is the first you've heard of Zachary's Table, check the Ongoing Events section, below, to learn more about this great event.
Adult Fellowship Paint Night
May 31, 2016
Come Show Your Creative Side!
Grab your friends and come for a fun evening of painting and fellowship! Create a 12x12 or 16x20 ($30 or $40) picture of your own! We will be painting in Rocky Hill at My Own Masterpiece beginning at 6:30. Please pre-register and pre-pay-Contact Cathy Evans to sign up. Our Hospitality Committee will provide refreshments.
New England Synod Assembly
June 10-12, 2016
"There are no reservations in the kingdom of God. There is a place for everyone at the table." This is the theme for our 2016 New England Synod Assembly, and it incorporates the ELCA's emphasis on World Hunger for 2016. The speakers, workshops and activities throughout the weekend will focus on "a place at the table for everyone". Patty and Russ will represent St. Paul's as our voting members to this year's convention and will attend with Pastor. Our congregation can also send a youth/young adult under the age of 30 who has been confirmed as another voting member.
The convention is open to all. Members of our congregation can attend as a non-voting visitor and have access to keynotes, workshops, plenary and the worship service for a cost of $15.00 with dinner on Saturday night an additional $35.00.
If anyone is interested in attending in any way, please speak with Pastor Hugh.
St. Paul's Corner Store
Look What's New!
Open every Sunday.
Mother's Day is May 8th. This month at the Corner Store we have chocolates, candles, body lotions and creams, therapeutic neck wraps, comfort bags, and spring decorations. Stop by and pick up a gift for Mom! If you have any questions, please contact Carol Farley or Debbie Viola.
8:00 AM Spoken Liturgy
10:30 AM With Music and Choir
7:00 PM 12 Steps to Spiritual Health
Click here to read the May edition of The Epistle, our monthly newsletter [PDF]
10:30 on the first Sunday of each month
During the 10:30 service all other Sundays
Following the Children’s Message with Marvin in the church, children will go to Sunday School.
Rev. Hugh R. B. Haffenreffer, Pastor
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Karen Landry, Office Manager
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Parking lot in rear of church off of Westway