Treat boxes and gift cards will be sent out to college students October
2nd. Watch for further details. Thank you in advance for your support
of this project. Contributions for expenses can be made at the church door
collection on October 4th or 5th; or indicated on the blank line of your
Trinity Lutheran Church, 407 Oak St., Neenah will be hosting the LWMS
Paperland Circuit Fall Rally on Saturday, September 20, 2014. All ladies
who are members of St. Paulís are members of LWMS and are welcome to attend
the rally. The theme for the rally is: ďThe Fields Are Ripe For Harvest.Ē
Pastor John Dorn from Living Water Lutheran Church in Oshkosh will share the
mission work happening right here at home. Registration is from 8:00-9:00 am
and the rally will conclude with lunch at 12:30. The rally is free and there
is babysitting available for your children. Come, experience a day of
fellowship with a joyful group of mission minded ladies. A sign-up sheet is
located on the table at the back of church. Please indicate if you need a
ride, will be staying for lunch, and if you are bringing children who need
box is also on the back table for mission offerings. The offerings will be
divided equally between home mission project Campus Ministry New Starts and
world mission project Apache Christian Training School. The Campus Ministry
New Starts project will help target specific areas where we know there are
WELS college students, but there currently is not an active Campus Ministry
at the local congregation. The Apache Christian Training School gifts will
help to fund student subsidies, additional staffing, facility costs,
renovations, training materials, and other projects as needed to help train
Apaches to be pastors, evangelists, deacons and deaconesses, and certified
Apache Lutheran teachers.
Join us for an evening of fellowship September 20th starting at 6:15 for a
hayride and a campfire. The hayride will be at the Jay Schmoker farm with a
campfire to follow at the Homan Residence. A signup sheet will be made
available across from the mailboxes, and more details to follow.
Handbells & Choir Practices:
Handbells and Choir will start practices on Tuesday, September 9th.
Handbells begin at 6:15 pm with Choir starting at 7:10 pm. New ringers and
singers are welcome to attend. For more information about handbells,
contact Marilyn Wolf or Renee Hoffman. For more
information about choir, contact Renee Hoffman.
Our next Bible study takes a look at the book of Ecclesiastes. In our world
that searches for meaning in so many places, God provides the answers
through these words of King Solomon. Please join us for ďFrom Meaningless
to MeaningfulĒ on Thursdays at 9:30 or Sundays at 9:15, beginning the first
week in September.
Pauline Harper, Carla Koller, Barb Buchanan, Donna Ellis and Barb
Zellmer for volunteering in the office while our church secretary was on
This Week at St. Paulís
6:30-8:00 pm 5th & 6th Grade Confirmation
10:30 am Omro Care Service/Care Partners
6:15 pm Handbell Practice
6:45 pm Church Council Meeting
6:30-8:00 pm 7th & 8th Grade Confirmation
8:30 pm St Paul's Quilters
9:30 am Bible Study
6:30 pm Contemporary Music Practice
4:30 pm Worship Service with Lordís Supper
8:00 am Worship Service with Lordís Supper
9:10 am Sunday School/ACTS/Bible Study
10:30 am Worship Service with Lordís Supper
1st & 3rd Sundays of the month all services
The Wisconsin Synod practices close(d) communion.
We invite to commune at our altar those who are members of congregations and synods in our fellowship.