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This Week @ St. Pauls 11/11/2011

posted Nov 11, 2011, 1:30 PM by St Pauls Lutheran Church   [ updated Nov 11, 2011, 1:32 PM ]
See what's happening this week @ St. Pauls!
Middle School Lock-In:
Friday, November 18, from 6:00 until midnight, check with Pastor Bill for more information. 

High School/Middle School Hay Rack Ride and Bonfire
Meet at the church at 3:30.  Check with Pastor Bill for more info.

St. Pauls Readers:
Join us this Sunday, November 13th at 3:00 at the Hastings Book Store coffee area.

Worship Volunteers:
It is time to begin scheduling our worship volunteers for 2012 and we could always use some additional volunteers.  If you are able to serve in some way to assist our worship services please contact Bob Rye.

Sunday Morning Van Drivers: 
We are again in need of people to pick up those wishing to attend worship but are in need of a ride.  If you could help with this ministry please contact Bob Rye at the church, 382-2973 or brye@stpaulsgi.org 

Home Communion Deacons: 
We are in need of people to serve as Home Communion Deacons.  We have many members unable to get to church who appreciate receiving communion occasionally.  Our volunteer deacons call on 3-4 members once every three months to share communion with them.  If this is something you could help with please contact Bob Rye, 382-2973 or brye@stpaulsgi.org

Worship Service Recordings: 
The 9:00 a.m and 11:00 a.m. worship services are being recorded and is available on the’ website, http://www.stpaulsgi.com/listen  Copies of the service are also available on CD, contact Bob Rye if you would like a copy. 
22nd Sunday after Pentecost
Nov. 13, 2011 (Lectionary 33)

Prayer of the Day
Righteous God, our merciful master, you own the earth and all its peoples, and you give us all that we have. Inspire us to serve you with justice and wisdom, and prepare us for the joy of the day of your coming, through Jesus Christ, our Savior and Lord.

Gospel Acclamation
Alleluia. Abide in me as I a- | bide in you; 
those who abide in me | bear much fruit. Alleluia. (John 15:4, 5)

Color: Green 
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