Imagine No Malaria: In Sub-Saharan Africa, malaria continues to kill a person every 60 seconds. But there is hope! United Methodist are committed to bring an end to death and suffering from Malaria. Our NC Conference has committed to raise $1 Million to save 100,000 lives by providing a mosquito nets, medication and education about this 100% preventable disease. St. Paul will be taking a special offering December 21st and Christmas Eve.
Christmas Cantata: St. Paul’s choir will present the cantata: The Song, on December 21st at 11:00am. A special offering will be collected for Imagine No Malaria.
Christmas Dinner: Friday, December 12, 6:00pm Tickets are $5 each, they will be available November 23.
Christmas Eve Service: Wednesday, December 24th at 4:00pm.
New Year’s Eve Communion: Wednesday December 31 from 4:00pm to 6:00pm.
An Evening at Sacred Grounds
November 29 – Closed for Thanksgiving
December 6 – New Direction
December 13 – Blake Addison
December 20 – Dackel and Steve Murphy
December 27 – Closed for Christmas
Urban Ministries: The next opportunity will be on Dec 27th . Sign up to serve in the narthex, sign up online or contact Wayne Davis for more info
Altar Flower Sign Up – The sign up form is in the Narthex so you can identify what Sunday you would like to bring altar flowers.
Prayer Time and Bible Study: Join us on the first and third Wednesday.
Life Group Opportunities are available: Contact Jill Murphy if you are interested in joining one. 318-237-8727
Changes to the bulletin: Contact Jill Murphy at email@example.com OR 318-237-8727
Thank you: The Family of Tom Whaley extends their deepest regards and appreciation to the members of the church for all the many acts of kindness given during his illness and passing. You have been a comfort to us and have shown the compassion and love that God meant for His church to be. Your prayers are cherished. May God Bless you all.
Dot Whaley Wentz and all who loved Tom.
Need more information about St. Paul or prayer? Please contact one of our pastors.
Pastor – Rev. Mark D. Stephens
Co-Pastor – Rev. Steve Murphy