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January 2018 Council Meeting Summary

Targets for 2018

  • Elise has made two signs to help communicate to the congregation the goals for 2018. We’ll add action items accordingly as they are planned.
  • The January newsletter front page article outlines the goals.
  • Communication in February will start to place events inside these targets so people can see how our ministry provides the resources for families to be healthy spiritually in 2018

Lent 2018

We will focus on the Lord’s Prayer during our Lent midweek services

Pentecost 2018

Pastor has invited Rev.

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Time to Activate Faith in Sunday School

Spark: Activate Faith

Sunday school for preschool – grade 6 begins new program on January 14.

We will begin with an opening and introduction to the Bible story and then divide into smaller age groups, like we have been doing. Students will explore workshops to dive deep into Bible stories.

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January 2018 St Paul Good News Newsletter

Download and enjoy our January 2018 Good News Newsletter. This newsletter contains information on our 2018 congregation goals. You will also find a thank you from our Christmas Basket Compassionate Care team. Our family ministry page includes information on many new opportunities for 2018. There are other articles that will inform you about opportunities you will find at St.

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December 2017 Church Council Meeting Summary

Present: Pastor, Chuck, Chris and Stan

This meeting was held following Christmas Basket food sorting/preparation activities. The only (2) agenda items planned were the nominations committee and the proposed 2018 budget. Actions/decisions are in bold type below.

Nominations Committee

Create a Nominating Committee of (4) members to bring nominees for (2) open Council positions to the January Voters meeting.

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December 13 – Evening Events Canceled

December 13, 2017
Advent Midweek Supper and Vespers Canceled

Evening activities at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Hamburg are canceled because of the expectations that snow will fall the heaviest during the late afternoon and evening.

Plan to have evening devotions in your home. Scripture readings for your prayer time at home could include the readings we would have shared at Vespers this evening:
Psalm 110:1-4
Hebrews 4:14-16;

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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.