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April 11 Church Council Summary Notes

Church Council – April 11, 2017 Meeting Summary

  • West Door repair work being coordinated by Keith Burns and Ian Schonsheck. Work is estimated to cost around $10,000, and will be scheduled for after Easter.
  • A basketball hoop has been purchased and placement is being coordinated w/Russ Spiegelberg so that it will not be a problem during snowplowing.

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Interested in joining the VBS Band?

Music is always a highlight of Vacation Bible School! Kids and adults love learning new songs and singing old favorites. The VBS band is looking for more singers and band members. Volunteers must have graduated from eighth grade by July 2017, be willing to practice at home, and do their best to attend the band practices in late May,

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Easter Triduum

Easter Triduum – 2017

The significance of Christ’s suffering, death, and resurrection is the central focus of Christian worship. The Triduum services are closely connected with one another, in fact we observe them as one continuous service. The Easter Triduum begins with the celebration of the Lord’s Supper on Maundy Thursday,

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April 2017 Newsletter

The April 2017 Newsletter for St. Paul Lutheran Church is ready for you to download.

In this issue Pastor Gaertner shares an article about the importance of sharing the story of Easter. Tim Hurst has a devotional article about being in communion with the Lord who saves us and unites us.

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Easter Egg Hunt

2017 Easter Egg Hunt at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Hamburg, Michigan is an event for the community.

April 15, 2017

All are welcome to enjoy crafts, games, prizes, egg hunt, and the good news that Jesus lives!

You can find more information at the Facebook Event Page.

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Witness, Mercy, Life Together

In Christ, for the Church and the World

These phrases illustrate how the church lives and works together to proclaim the Gospel and to provide for our brothers and sisters in our congregations, communities, and throughout the world. These phrases describe the emphasis of The Lutheran Church Missouri Synod.