It’s Time to Trim the Tree
Church Decorating Party
Come join the staff on Thursday, December 4th at 10:30 am to trim the tree and decorate the church. We will break for lunch and hope to be done by 2:30 pm. Lunch will be a potluck with beverages provided. Last names beginning with A-H bring a Main Dish, I-Q bring a Side Dish, R-Z bring a Dessert.
There is a sign up sheet in the Gathering Space
Calling All Angels
It’s Angel Tree Time
If you would like to be an angel to a child this Christmas come to the Gathering Space and take a gift tag from one of the Angel Trees. Each gift tag has a wish list made by a child. These gifts are then given to the children when their parents pick up their Christmas Holiday Food Baskets. The angel trees will be up starting November 23rd.
All gifts with their tags attached need to be returned by Sunday December 14th. If your office or department at work would like to “adopt” a family, be sure to contact Sue Schad at 419-893-2330 to set that up.
Come Join Our Team
Do you enjoy serving others? Making guests feel welcome? Sharing Christ’s love within the community as well as St. Paul’s? St. Paul’s has a place for you. We are looking for volunteers to help build our Hospitality/Evangelism team.
If you feel that you would like to join this team, please contact Sue Harden at email@example.com or 419-893-0205. We would love to hear from you.
To my brothers and sisters, all who are loved by God and called to be his holy people: Grace and peace to you in the Spirit of Jesus Christ.
Over the last two months, I’ve shared a portion of the dream God revealed. This month, I want to continue into its heart and share what that means for you and me.
Scene two began like this. I was standing outside in a parking lot during a great downpour. Many others were there too. Remarkably, no one ran from the rain. It was a healing rain, and it soaked everyone to the bone. Continue reading
Guest Musician Sunday
Jeremy Kunkle “in the house”
This Sunday, we have the privilege of being led in worship by a guest musician at the 9:30 contemporary service by one of Toledo’s own: Jeremy Kunkle. Jeremy was a founding member of “This Beautiful Republic” and now currently plays on the praise team at Vineyard Church in Perrysburg.
We hope to see you this Labor Day Sunday at 9:30 AM in worship and praise to our Lord God.
Completely. Committed. Followers
Join a Bible study or more this fall
This fall, we want to give you every opportunity to be a completely, committed, follower of Jesus Christ. We’ll be offering an array of Bible Studies and other such opportunities for you to grow deeper in your faith, and how our faith is impacting our culture. Here’s what’s coming. Sign-up over the next few weeks.
GENESIS: Join Rob Harden on Sunday mornings at 9:30 in the Conference Room to walk through the Book of Genesis.
NOT A FAN: Take a six-week journey that will deepen your relationship with Jesus. Find out if you’re truly following Jesus or just a fan. Tuesdays at 7PM: Fellowship Hall. Starting September 23.
ADDICTED TO JESUS: Gather with others to dive deep into the bible and to explore your faith in a whole new way. Tuesdays at 7PM: Room 101. Ongoing
FAITH IN FILM: “God’s Not Dead.” “Heaven is For Real.” “Noah.” Hollywood has been reeling with new films about faith. Join Pastor Jason this fall to watch these new movies, then discuss the impact they’re having on our culture in the weeks following…best part: it’s FREE! Wednesdays at 7PM: Sanctuary. October 1 though November 19
I hope this note finds you well, living in the grace and peace of Jesus Christ.
Recently, over the last few weeks, St. Paul’s has come under intense, spiritual attack. Over the last 48 hours, in my gut, I’ve felt the need to share what we’re encountering.
Like the recent war in Israel, our enemy the devil, has been sending a constant barrage of spiritual rockets our way. He’s much like Hamas: a terrorist who attacks from homes, hospitals, and from behind human shields. Over the recent weeks, he’s been attacking us in much this way. His attacks are causing many to become weary—maybe even you. Continue reading
The Apostle Paul began his letter to the Ephesians with this: “May God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ give you grace and peace” (Eph 1:2). To you, I offer the same.
Last month, I wrote about the Healing Rain I believe is coming soon. In that, I shared briefly about a dream given me, one God instructed me to record. Over the next few months, I’ll be sharing that dream and its meaning. Continue reading