Notices for February 11, 2024

HANDS OF GRACE is in need of bath towels, coffee, and personal items such as shampoo and conditioner.  Thank you. 

WE BELIEVE, TEACH, AND CONFESS: Pastor Mandile will be starting a new Adult Catechesis class soon. The class is open to all, not just those who are pursuing membership at St. Paul’s. The class will follow Luther’s Small Catechism. If you do not have a Catechism, one will be provided for you. Please contact Pastor Mandile with any questions.

LENTEN FELLOWSHIP EVENT: Pastor Mandile will be hosting a Lenten fellowship event to listen together to Bach’s St. John Passion (BWV 245). Light refreshments and an   interlinear translation of the lyrics will be provided. Date and time: Saturday, March 23 @ 10:30am in the Upper Fellowship Room.

St. Paul’s Hospitality Meal Ministry….Our Hospitality Team is here to help when you are in need, whether it is a long-term Illness, a hospitalized loved one, post-op homecoming, or the passing of a loved one.  Let Pastor Mandile or Bev Schott, our Hospitality Leader, know of your need for meals, and a member of the Hospitality Team will reach out to you for details. Bev’s contact information: . Also let Bev know if you would like to be part of our Hospitality Team.

WOMEN OF THE WORD will be meeting on Tuesday, February 13th from 1:00 to 2:30pm at the home of Dale and Linda Sheffield at 56 Birdsview Ave, New Hartford. We will be discussing our Unlikely Hero, Esther. Please contact Judy Byrne if you have any questions and to let her know if you are coming.

YUMMY…ARE YOU READY FOR SOME SOUP FOR YOUR TUMMY?  Starting today the Ladies Aid is taking preorders for delicious, homemade soup to be picked up after the church service on March 3rd.  We are selling 16 oz. containers of soup for $5.00.  Quantities of soup are limited so please place your order early before soup is sold out.  You’ll find us in the Upper Fellowship Room.

From Mary and Jack Quinn…”We want to thank everyone for their cards, phone calls, and most of all their prayers.  Also to our two pastors for their visits and phone calls.  Everything is truly appreciated.” 

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