ST. PAUL’S EV. LUTHERAN CHURCH
474 Yalick Road - PO BOX 802
DALLAS, PA 18612
The next issue of the GOOD NEWS will be the May 2014 issue. The deadline for
all submissions will be Noon, Sunday, April 20th.
Please remember that items for the Saturday and Sunday bulletins are due in the
church office by Noon on Thursdays.
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Please remember to ask permission from the person you are placing on
the prayer list.
Pray for the Congregations of
St. John, Nanticoke and St. Mark, Pond Hill.
Pray for Shut-In Members: Bernie Hill, Margrit Hislop, Bruni Bayer.
Pray for those suffering illness:
Members: Kristy Bellezza, JoAnn Brown, Kate Confer, Marge Fritzinger, Dick Glass,
Catherine Grieshaber, Dottie Henry, Hank Henry, Nancy Johnson, Andy Kaskus,
Barbara Kessler, Gail Koup, Hugh Lamberton, Ray Mancke, Jan Martinchak, Vic McCarty,
Cheryl Myers, John Reishus, Dianna Smith, Betty Weaver.
Family & Friends: Bob Askew, Veronica Bashaw, Sylvia Bator, Larry Berdis,
Carolyn Bernardi, Kevin Bowles, Amy Bush, Nicole Cadwalader, Martha Cease,
Alicen Cheshire, Chris Crawford, Beth Cunius, James Cwilina, Gladys Debesis, Susan
Diedrickson, Joe Galardi, Jack Gallo, Jim Grady, Emma Horensky, Audrey Jenkins,
Mildred Kelly, Dan Kopen, Bob Lane, Martha Linski, Loughnane Family, Alicia Mack,
Luana Maross, Marilyn & Carl Matthews, Margaret McGiffin, Jane McRoy, Sue Mertz,
Bob Nause, Harold Niemeyer, baby Parker, Emil Pinto, Walter Roberts, Vanessa
Robinson, Rodney Samson, Betty Schultz, Bill Shafer, Niki Cheskiewitz Shotwell,
Linda Van Gorder, Joe Vereb, Donna Werkheiser, Ed & Ruby Williams, Matt Williams,
Pray for military personnel: Brian Bayer, Katie Dale, Brian Rigez, Paul Rigez,
Paul Hiller, Andrew Hiller, David Dymond, William B. Phillips, Jerry Price, Phillip Miller,
Matt Lipo, Joe Walsh, Robert Stevens, Adam Wendoloski, Joshua Knobel, David Spangenberg,
Lt. Commander 04 Shaun McAndrew, Cpl. Christopher Avery, Major Cindy Ruckno,
Major Kevin Andersen, Captain Frank J. Michael, Jr., Daniel Worthington, Michael Tanner,
Stanley Brudnicki, Charles Brudnicki, CDR Chris Petrock, Jason Reed, Ethan Jacobs,
Pvt. Kevin Fritzges, Dustin Siperko, John Feher, Aaron Coburn, Justin Thomas,
Specialist Steven J. Martin, Private Esme Molina, Michael Hoffman, Matthew Yurko,
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CONGREGATION COUNCIL NOTES
- Secretary’s report was accepted as presented.
- Treasurer’s report was accepted as presented.
Budget Update: St. Paul's finances as of
*General Fund - does not include Special Appeals or
Mortgage Retirement Phase III Campaign:
1/1/2014 to 12/31/2016: $ 84,204.99
Total Received to Date: $ 5,090.00
Loan Obligation Balance: $406,515.32
Monthly Loan Payment: $ 2,929.88
Treasurer’s Notes: A line item was opened under Special Appeals for the Bear
Creek Youth Leader and a donation of $1,000 was received in February. The
electric bill jumped again this month: $3,002.66 for the period of 1/4/14 to
2/3/14 -- an increase of $493.00 over last month. The books for 2013 were
audited and report was shared with Pastor, the Finance Committee, Dorcas,
Evangelism: We are ready for the first meeting of Grandparents Raising
Grandchildren (GRG), with Frank Mariano facilitating. Began discussion of a
Senior Fair to be held in the fall. First proof of Photo Directory will be checked
Social Ministry: Clothing donated by the congregation was sorted and bagged,
to be taken to St. Vincent DePaul Soup Kitchen. Discussion of hygiene kits for
homeless. Easter Baskets will be prepared for those who cannot attend services.
Social Ministry will prepare the Lenten meal on Wednesday, March 19th.
Christian Education: Planning an intergenerational family event for Palm Sunday
with the theme of “empty tomb”. Youth Sunday will be March 16th. Six youth are
interested in attending the ELCA Youth Gathering in Detroit in 2015. Kathy Michael
is planning an activity for Junior Youth to stuff eggs for the Easter Egg Hunt.
Worship & Music: Number of bulletins printed each week should reflect the weather
and the lower attendance numbers. Lenten meal will be prepared by Worship & Music
on March 12th. Heidi Schukraft has agreed to be coordinator for crucifers. Pew cushions
will be cleaned of candle wax. White paraments have been mended and cleaned courtesy
of Mary Trexler Walters. Youth Sunday will be a Narrative Communion Service. Daily
readings for Lent will be published on St. Paul’s website and Facebook in addition to the
weekly bulletin insert.
Old Business: Seeking voting members (one male, one female) to represent St. Paul’s at
both the Mission District (May 3) and Synod (May 30-31) Assemblies.
New Business: Established Nominating Committee for upcoming Council Elections in May.
Kathy Michael and Bruce Thomas will serve on this committee.
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The March meeting was called to order by president Chris Bellezza with twenty-two
members present and one visitor, Audrey Lago.
Hostesses were Hope Beisel, Jean Wilson, and Marge Johnson.
Lois Gdovin reviewed persons to whom she sent birthday/get well/thinking of you
cards. A request was made to send Hugh Lamberton a card as he will be celebrating
his 92nd birthday on March 27th.
Secretary’s and Treasurer’s reports were approved as presented.
1. Pew cushions were returned from the cleaners.
2. Missal stand was replated.
3. Wire hanger holders arrived and need to be assembled.
4. Lenten meal: chili, mixed salad, rice pudding and cookies will be served. Marge
McCarty volunteered to bring soda; help requested with clean-up.
Motion made and passed for Dorcas to cover refreshment expenses for Quilt Show
which will be held on August 23rd.
Next meeting will be held at 7:00 pm on Tuesday, April 8th and hostesses will be
Geri Williams, Helen Carey, and Carol Fett.
Carol Fett, Secretary
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A little boy opened the big and old family Bible with fascination, and looked at the old
pages as he turned them. Suddenly, something fell out of the Bible, and he picked it up
and looked at it closely. It was an old leaf from a tree that had been pressed in between
“Momma, look what I found,” the boy called out.
“What have you got there, dear?” his mother asked.
With astonishment in the young boy’s voice, he answered: “I think it’s Adam’s suit!”
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FROM THE PASTOR
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,
“We remember our Lord’s passover from death to life as we proclaim the mystery of
faith: Christ has died. Christ is risen. Christ will come again.” We declare that together
weekly, and perhaps thoughtlessly. But this is the season given to us to ponder it and
its significance thoughtfully and prayerfully. Look at the verbs: has, is, will. Past, present,
and future, Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end, the one who was, is, and ever
will be. Ponder the order of things: passover from death to life. Celebrate the mystery –
the crux (that’s from the Latin for cross) of our faith: three succinct and simple sentences
of confession. Engage in the mission it calls us to: proclaim.
May these days of the paschal mystery be rich for you.
Thoughtfully and prayerfully,
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We are spending our midweek Lent worship gatherings together rehearsing the
Ten Commandments and hearing and reflecting on scripture readings chosen to reflect
the parts of the Small Catechism: Holy Baptism, the Apostles’ Creed, the Lord’s Prayer,
the Ten Commandments, and Holy Communion. The reflecting part of the service is
probably what strikes most of us as unusual. Rather than having one person reflect
on the scripture for all in preaching, all the gathered are reflecting on the scripture
by responding to questions designed to draw us into the text through repeated hearings.
The technique is based on an ancient process of reading and reflecting on the texts called
Lectio Divina, or Sacred Reading, which is very popular in Christian communities in
Africa, Latin America, and Asia. It’s perhaps uncomfortable for some because we’re
not used to it, but hearing and reflecting on the scriptures is a fundamental practice
of our faith. Try it at home or in small groups, and see how the scriptures speak to you.
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This month, we come to the heart of the paschal mystery of Jesus’ passion, suffering,
death, and resurrection. The climax begins with the Sunday of the Passion/Palm Sunday
on April 13. We begin by celebrating Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem, then
quickly turn our attention to the story of the Passion of Our Lord according to Matthew.
Maundy Thursday, April 17, we hear again Jesus’ command to love, and celebrate
footwashing as his own example of loving service and foreshadow of his ultimate love
given in his own death. Good Friday follows with a service for the community sponsored
by the Back Mountain Ministerium at Shavertown United Methodist Church at noon,
and our own evening service with our sister congregation, St. Luke Reformation,
Noxen in Noxen. Then Saturday, we gather for the historic liturgy of the first celebration
of the Resurrection with the Services of Light, Word, Baptism, and Meal of the Easter
Vigil at St. Paul’s. All three of these evening services Thursday, Friday, and Saturday,
are at 7:00 pm. Then we rise early to a day filled with celebration of the Resurrection
with Easter Sunrise service at St. Paul’s at 6:30 am, and our regular two-service schedule,
8:30 and 11:00 following. St. Luke Reformation’s Easter morning service will be at 10:30
and include the Sunday School pageant.
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PALM SUNDAY NARRATIVE READING
Volunteers are needed to portray the characters in our Narrative Gospel for Palm Sunday,
“The Passion of Our Lord According to Matthew”. If you are interested, please see the
sign-up sheet on the table in the Narthex, and add your name to it. A copy of the script will
be mailed to you prior to the services.
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When a Sunday School teacher told her class that Jesus was buried in a borrowed tomb,
one girl raised her hand to share an insight. “I know why,” the girl said. “It’s because
Jesus used it for only three days.”
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GOOD FRIDAY ECUMENICAL SERVICE
Shavertown United Methodist Church, April 18th at 12:00 noon. If you would like to
participate in the service as a lay reader or member of the ecumenical choir, please share
your interest with the church office (570-675-3859) or Pastor Grube in advance.
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DAILY LENTEN READINGS
Be sure to follow the daily Lenten readings listed in the Sunday bulletin, Facebook, and
the St. Paul’s website (www.stpaulselca.com - click on “events”) each week for your
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LOCAL CONGREGATIONAL NEWS
The Episcopal Diocese of Bethlehem, the diocese whose territory includes the territory
of our own Northeastern PA Synod, has elected a new Provisional Bishop. Bishop Sean
Rowe, already serving as Bishop of the Northwestern PA Diocese, has been elected to
serve the provisional three-year term as he continues his tenure in Northwestern PA.
Bishop Rowe, with his wife and young daughter, will divide his time between the two
dioceses maintaining a home in Bethlehem as well as suburban Erie, and bring his innovative
leadership to our Episcopal territory. Our sister congregation, Prince of Peace, Dallas,
is a congregation of the Diocese of Bethlehem. Remember them in your prayers as they
begin a new chapter in their history.
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May the forces of evil become confused on the way to your house.
-- George Carlin
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MISSION DISTRICT & SYNOD ASSEMBLIES
St. Paul’s council is seeking one male and one female Voting Member for our
Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Mission District Assembly and the Northeastern PA Synod
Assembly. The mission district assembly will be Saturday, May 3 at St. John in Sayre
(please see separate insert in this newsletter for more information) and the synod
assembly will be Friday and Saturday, May 30-31 at the Split Rock Resort. The same
voting members should attend both assemblies, since occasionally business conducted
at the mission district assembly pertains to business conducted at the synod assembly.
In addition to the assemblies themselves, the council requests the voting members’
attendance at the monthly council meeting before the assemblies and at the council
meeting following the assemblies for a report. Expenses for the assembly, including
registration, are covered by St. Paul’s. This is an exciting way to explore the larger
church! Please contact the church office before Sunday, April 13th to share your interest.
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Congregation council will be holding elections in early May. For anyone interested
in serving on council, or if you would like more information regarding responsibilities,
please contact Bruce Thomas (570-675-0663), Kathy Michael (570-675-0581), or the
church office (570-675-3859) to have your name placed on the ballot.
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A little boy was kneeling beside his bed with his mother and grandmother and softly
saying his prayers, “Dear God, please bless Mummy and Daddy and all the family and
please give me a good night’s sleep.”
Suddenly he looked up and shouted, “And don’t forget to give me a bicycle for my
“There is no need to shout like that,” said his mother. “God isn’t deaf.”
“No,” said the little boy, “but Grandma is.”
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YOUNG ADULTS GLOBAL MISSION
The ELCA is providing $700,000 in aid for those who have fled their homes due to the
violence in South Sudan. The United Nations estimates more than 860,000 people have
been displaced as a result of the fighting that began in December between government
forces and rebels. Meanwhile in Madagascar, seven young adults, volunteers of the Young
Adults in Global Mission program, are serving for a year in education, medicine, agriculture,
outdoor ministry, social outreach and with youth, women, and the deaf and blind.
Rachel Swenson, who is serving for a year in South Africa with the program, describes
it this way, “The job of the 60 YAGM scattered across the globe is to accompany -- to walk
with the people in our new communities, to share their sorrows, their victories, their lives
for the short time we cross paths.” Providing volunteers and financial support for Young
Adults in Global Mission is one way ELCA congregations like ours support Global Mission.
Lutheran Global Health Volunteers, another program of the ELCA, seeks active or retired
health care personnel for short-term volunteer service with Lutheran partner health
ministries in Liberia, Tanzania and India. For information, contact Ruth Reko at
800-638-3522, ext. 2655, or email LutheranHealth@elca.org or
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Our spring plant fundraiser is underway...we are offering a selection of beautiful
bedding plants, hanging plants and potted plants all reasonably priced and grown at
Sirak’s Greenhouses in Muhlenberg. Order forms are still available in the Narthex
and the deadline to place your order is Sunday, April 20th. Pick-up dates are Friday/
Saturday May 9/10 right here at St. Paul’s. Please share order forms with your
friends and relatives. Proceeds from the sale benefit the ministries of St. Paul’s.
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† IN MEMORIAM †
May the light and promise of
shine in the lives
of the family and friends of
Rest eternal grant her Lord,
and let light perpetual shine upon her.
We also remember Edith Yohn, Nancy Eberts’s sister, who passed away on
March 11th. May God comfort all who mourn.
Updates to the 2014 Church Directory:
221 Princeton Ave.
Stratford, NJ 08084-1219
Nancy has been released from the rehab center, and is living with one
daughter until she can move to Arizona permanently. We wish her continued
improvement and joy in her new surroundings.
147 Oceanside Dr.
Myrtle Beach, SC 29575
Lori and Omar are excited about this new phase of their lives.
May God bless the journey!
Richard and Elizabeth Glass
4303 Ashlar Village
Wallingford, CT 06492-3085
Dick and Betty will be missed by us all, and Betty tells us that they will
miss each and every one of their friends. Keep in touch! God bless you both
in your new surroundings.
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HEALTH MINISTRY UPDATE
The finches are starting to get their yellow back. Some of the squirrels are starting
to find where they hid their nuts from last year as the snow is melting instead of
bombarding my birdfeeders. My nose is starting to run a little so I know Spring is
starting to really be here. Thank you, Lord Jesus! I really don’t know if I could
take much more of Winter. Spring means allergies. Oh, well, each season has its cons.
After reading this article from the National Institute of Health, Prevalence of allergies
the same, regardless of where you live, I’m glad I live in the northeast with a few less
irritants here. [Go to www.nih.gov and the article is under “In the News” on the right
side of the page.] The National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine
has some important information for people that go the alternative route
(http://nccam.nih.gov/health/allergies). I particularly like the one Is It a Cold or an Allergy?
found at that site. I’ll be joining you sneezing. I had allergies when I was young, outgrew
them, and now they are coming back!
(Website references retrieved online 3/19/14)
In Love and Service,
Gail Ide, BSN RN
Your Parish Nurse Coordinator
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St. Paul’s Brotherhood will meet on Tuesday, 22 April at 7:00 pm. We invite
and encourage all men of the church to attend!
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“Behold ... the spring is come; the earth has gladly received the embraces of the
sun, and we shall soon see the results of their love!”
-- Sitting Bull
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IT’S TIME FOR ROAST BEEF!
A roast beef dinner is scheduled for Saturday, April 5th. Tickets will be available
at the door -- $9.00 for adults and $4.00 for children under 12. Take-outs will be
available starting at 3:30 pm and dinner is served beginning at 4:00 pm (until tickets
are sold out). Please take a moment to review the “helper” sign-up sheet on the easel
in the Narthex.
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A NEW SUPPORT GROUP HAS BEGUN!
St. Paul’s is sponsoring a Support Group for Grandparents Raising Grandchildren
(GRG). The group will meet on the second Wednesday of each month at St. Paul’s.
Meeting time will be from 6:00 - 7:30 pm with childcare being provided as needed.
St. Paul’s at 570-675-3859 for further information and to register. It is important
to register so proper arrangements can be made for childcare.
The GRG group is one of four in Luzerne County to address the unique needs of
grandparents who are raising their grandchildren. According to the AARP, there
are 81,000 children living with their grandparents in Pennsylvania.
The support group will provide an opportunity for grandparents to gather and
discuss common issues and concerns ranging from legal custody to educational
concerns to general child rearing issues.
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“Life stands before me like an eternal spring with new and brilliant clothes.”
-- Carl Friedrich Gauss
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Life isn’t waiting for the storm to pass. It’s about learning how to dance in the rain.
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APRIL BLOOD DRIVE
The Wyoming Valley Chapter of the American Red Cross announces the
following Back Mountain blood drive location for the month of April:
Dallas American Legion (Memorial Highway)
Tuesday, April 22nd *
from 1:00 to 6:00 pm
* = DRC (Double Red Cell) Donation available
The Red Cross strongly suggests that appointments be made by calling
1-800-REDCROSS (1-800-733-2767) due to possible changes in
donation site locations and times.
What a gift to those in need! If you are at least 17 years of age (16 with parental
permission) and in good health, you can help to save up to three lives by donating blood.
People in your neighborhood, church, and community are in need -- people with cancer,
or receiving other therapies, or who have had an unfortunate accident. Your prayerful
consideration is requested! Please contact the Red Cross at 570-823-7161 or
1-800-REDCROSS for more information.
[Updates from the Red Cross are posted periodically on the bulletin board in
the hallway by the water fountains. This is another good way to keep up-to-date!]
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When you get to your wit’s end, you’ll find God lives there.
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FOOD PANTRY UPDATE
The Pantry is in need of the following types of items: cereal of all types, oatmeal, canned
fruits, pancake mix and syrup, tuna, crackers, snacks, fruit juice, puddings of all types,
box potatoes. These items represent an ongoing need at the pantry. Please remember
to check the “use by” dates. You may place your donation in the shopping cart in the
hallway just outside of the Social Hall.
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PREVENTIVE HEALTH EVENT PLANNED
Do you know how to recognize the warning signs of a stroke? If you or someone
you know is experiencing any of the below symptoms, call 911 right away. It is
important to seek medical treatment immediately.
× Sudden Numbness
× Difficulty Speaking
× Severe Dizziness
× Loss of Coordination
× Sudden Loss of Vision
× Sudden Intense Headache
× Brief Loss of Consciousness
Protect your health by finding out your risk of having a stroke by participating in the
Life Line Screening that will be held at St. Paul’s on Tuesday, April 22. Through
ultrasound we evaluate the carotid arteries for the buildup of fatty plaque, which is
the leading cause of stroke.
Register today for the Stroke, Vascular & Heart Rhythm package, which includes
four screenings: carotid artery, abdominal aortic aneurysm, peripheral arterial
disease and atrial fibrillation. In order to register for this event and to receive a
$10 discount off any package priced above $129, please call 1-888-653-6441 or
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Prepare ye the way of the Lord!
The Dallas High School Drama Club presents Stephen Schwarz’s Godspell on
April 11 & 12 at 8:00 pm and April 13 at 2:00 pm in the Dallas Senior High Auditorium.
Tickets are $10 for general admission, and $8.00 for pre-sale. As Easter approaches,
what could be better than to revisit the teachings of Jesus through music? Come and
enjoy this popular musical that illustrates the parables taught by Jesus and his followers.
Our own Griffin Stone will portray Judas in this production!
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A wise man will desire no more than he can get honestly, use wisely, and leave cheerfully.
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TIME FOR SPRING RUMMAGE SALE
It has been a long, brutal winter and now it’s time to start cleaning out attics, garages,
closets, dresser drawers, &c., in preparation for our spring rummage sale to be held
Friday, May 2nd from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm and Saturday, May 3rd from 8:00 am to Noon
(Bag Day all day).
Please remember clothes should be clean and useable and we will also accept household
items, dishes, pots & pans, holiday decorations, books, games, &c. Items may be brought
to the church starting:
Saturday, April 26 4:00 - 6:30 pm
Sunday, April 27 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Monday, April 28 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Tuesday, April 29 9:00 am - 8:00 pm
Wednesday, April 30 9:00 am - 8:00 pm
Thursday, May 1 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
Keep in mind that we will not accept encyclopedias, computer/printer equipment,
cribs, child car seats, or large appliances. Also note: (1) We have included Saturday
and Sunday drop-off times and on those two dates, please use the back door (by garage)
to bring items into the Social Hall; and (2) the drop-off time deadline on Thursday
is 2:00 pm so that the ladies have time to price items and get them ready for display.
Homemade baked goods are needed for the bake sale and may be brought to the church
on Thursday, Friday, or Saturday. Thank you for your continued support!
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Johnny had been misbehaving and was sent to his room. After a while he emerged
and informed his mother that he had thought it over and then said a prayer.
“Fine,” said the pleased mother. “If you ask God to help you not misbehave, He will
“Oh, I didn’t ask Him to help me not misbehave,” said Johnny. “I asked Him to help
you put up with me.”
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BIKE FOR WORLD HUNGER
The Bike for World Hunger is coming! Saturday, May 17th from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm
at the Bob Rodale Fitness and Cycling Park in Trexlertown. This is an annual event
sponsored by the Northeastern Pennsylvania Synod to raise money for the ELCA World
Hunger Appeal. It’s an opportunity to join with other people of faith for a day to do
something to care for the 1.4 billion people in our world who are hungry. You can ride
a bike, or walk, or run, or rollerblade. By getting sponsors, you raise money to send to
the ELCA World Hunger Appeal. The deadline for congregational registration and t-shirt
order is April 23rd, so let the church office (570-675-3859) know you’re interested right
away! More information is available on Facebook at NEPS Bike for World Hunger. So grab
your helmet and your sunscreen and some friends (they don’t even have to be Lutheran!) and
bike for world hunger!
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Be the kind of woman that, when your feet hit the ground each morning, the devil says,
“Oh rats, she’s up!”
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A FORETASTE OF THE FEAST
While teaching a group of First Communion students about the Lord’s Supper, a pastor
gave each child one M&Ms candy at the beginning of class. “Eat it!” he invited, before
proceeding to teach.
Near the end of the session, the pastor asked the students what they’d thought of the
earlier treat. “Good!” said one. “I wanted more!” another admitted. “I wanted a whole
bag!” chimed in a third.
“Now you understand another thing about Holy Communion,” the pastor said. He drew
out of his supplies a full bag of M&Ms for each student. “Sometimes we call Communion
‘a foretaste of the feast to come.’” Indeed, he explained, God promises that one day we’ll
feast together with Jesus in heaven, but until then, Communion is that delicious little taste
of what the feast will be like. We’re left wanting more because we have “[tasted] and [seen]
that the LORD is good” (Psalm 34:8).
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IN THE MAILBAG
Dear Friends of St. Paul’s,
I would like to say thank you for all of the thoughtful cards and prayers that I have
received during my recovery from surgery. The cookies sent from the Social Ministry
were delicious! I’m truly blessed to belong to such a caring church family.
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Thank you for your thoughts, prayers, cards and especially the cookies. Vic enjoys
them so much. We truly appreciate everything you do. We are grateful to be a part
of St. Paul’s family.
God bless you!
Vic and Marge McCarty
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When you come to the edge of all the light you know and are about to step off into
the darkness of the unknown, FAITH is knowing one of two things will happen:
there will be something solid to stand on or you will be taught how to fly.
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