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EVENTS

Service Times

FROM MEMORIAL DAY-LABOR DAY
 
Divine Services with Holy Communion
9am Sundays 

Divine Service/Vespers

7pm Wednesdays

FROM LABOR DAY-MEMORIAL DAY
 
Divine Services with Holy Communion
8am and 10:15am Sundays 
 
Catechesis Bible Class and Sunday School 
9:15am

 

Advent and Lenten Midweek Vespers
7pm Wednesdays

St. Paul Events

Cookbooks have arrived and are ready for pick up! There will be a cookbook committee member in the fellowship hall after each service today and next Sunday. If you did not pre-order, you are welcome to purchase one or more at this time. Cookbooks are $18/each.

We would like to update our Church Directory. Please take a look at the SAMPLE DIRECTORY of which we have a few copies in the narthex and confirm that you and your family’s information is correct and make any changes necessary. We would like to list all our members with the current, up-to-date contact information in the bulletin. Thank you.

Adult Catechism continues. This class is for anyone interested in joining the fellowship of our Church. Talk to Pr. Yeager if interested.

Ash Wednesday & Lent Midweek Services. The season of Lent begins on Ash Wednesday, this year February 14th. We will have an Ash Wednesday service at 7PM, and Lenten midweek services following for the next five Wednesdays at 7PM. As in the past, we will have Lenten midweek suppers at 5:45PM. The first midweek supper will be hosted by the youth of St. Paul on February 21st. This includes all of our youth confirmation students, AND any high school youth who would like to help us. If you are interested in signing up to host a Lenten meal, sign up for this is in the narthex. Please plan to join us for our Lent midweek services.

Ladies Aid/LWML meeting is the 3rd Thursday of each month. All ladies of the congregation are invited to join us.

Singers (yes, that’s you!) needed! The Choir is rehearsing to sing for Worship Anew on February 25th. We could use some more (especially, female) voices to bolster our sound. If you would help with this short term project, talk to Connie Garner for more information.

Forum for Women Voting. Questions concerning women voting have come to Pastor from several members of the congregation. Some women within the congregation would like to vote and participate in the business side of the Church’s operations. We would like to hold a forum so member concerns can be heard. Anyone who would like to speak to this issue is invited to a forum help February 26th at 7PM in the fellowship hall. All members of St. Paul are invited and the attendance of members of the Church council is requested.

Upcoming Youth Events

Middle School Youth Events


Sunday, February 25; 2-6 p.m. – Ice Skating and Coney Island

We will meet in the Bingen parking lot at 2 p.m. on Sunday, February 25 to carpool to Headwaters Park Ice Skating Rink. After skating for a while, we will then head to Coney Island for some life-changing hot dogs, coney-dogs, cheese dogs, chili, hamburgers, cheeseburgers, baked beans, and, of course, pie. We plan to be back to Bingen by about 6 p.m. Parents, please consider serving as a chaperone, and let Pastor Brock know if you’re able. He’ll buy you a coney-dog or seven. Cost for youth is $10. Chaperones are free as always.
 

Sunday, March 3; 3-8:30 p.m. – Prepare Meal for Ronald McDonald House

We will meet in the Bingen parking lot at 3 p.m. on Sunday, March 3 to carpool to the Ronald McDonald House where we will prepare and serve a meal. The Ronald McDonald House, located inside Parkview Regional Medical Center, gives families with a hospitalized child a home base. A comfortable bed with fresh sheets, pizza night, a special secret playhouse for young siblings, a hot cup of coffee, and lots of space to be together. Ronald McDonald House volunteers and staff become the care team for a family during their stay, offering support services and encouragement throughout their journey.


March 24 (Palm/Passion Sunday); 5-8:30 p.m. – The Passion of the Christ

Chris and Tina Caston will again host a movie night at their home (1988 E. 900 N.; Decatur, IN 46733). In connection with the start of Holy Week on that day, Palm/Passion Sunday, we will be viewing The Passion of  the Christ. Parents and youth please note: This film contains extended, frightening, and intense scenes of  graphic violence and gore, and has been rated R by the MPAA for such sequences. The pastors will be in  attendance to answer any questions and lead discussion following the film.  Please note the start time of 5 p.m.


March 31; Easter Day – Easter Breakfast

Each congregation customarily has a youth-sponsored Easter breakfast. Details will be provided by your church if applicable. Please take advantage of this opportunity to serve.


Sunday, April 14; 2-6 p.m. – Bowling & More at Georgetown Entertainment

We will meet in the Bingen parking lot at 2 p.m. on Sunday, April 14 to carpool to Georgetown Entertainment. There we shall bowl. We shall also enjoy the 4D Dark Ride Theater (whatever that is) and the Augmented Rock Wall and the Spin-Zone Bumper Cars. Oh, and there will be food. All of it will be included for $10 per youth. We plan to be back at Bingen by 6 p.m. Parents, as always, we need drivers, who get to play and eat for free. Please let Pastor Brock know if you’re willing.


High School Youth Event


Sunday, February 25; 2-6 p.m. – Ice Skating and Coney Island

We will meet in the Bingen parking lot at 2 p.m. on Sunday, February 25 to carpool to Headwaters Park Ice Skating Rink. After skating for a while, we will then head to Coney Island for some life-changing hot dogs, coney-dogs, cheese dogs, chili, hamburgers, cheeseburgers, baked beans, and, of course, pie. We plan to be back to Bingen by about 6 p.m. Parents, please consider serving as a chaperone, and let Pastor Brock know if you’re able. He’ll buy you a coney-dog or seven. Cost for youth is $10. Chaperones are free as always.

 

Sunday, March 3; 3-8:30 p.m. – Prepare Meal for Ronald McDonald House

We will meet in the Bingen parking lot at 3 p.m. on Sunday, March 3 to carpool to the Ronald McDonald House
where we will prepare and serve a meal. The Ronald McDonald House, located inside Parkview Regional Medical 
Center, gives families with a hospitalized child a home base. A comfortable bed with fresh sheets, pizza night, a 
special secret playhouse for young siblings, a hot cup of coffee, and lots of space to be together. Ronald McDonald House volunteers and staff become the care team for a family during their stay, offering support services and encouragement throughout their journey.


March 24 (Palm/Passion Sunday); 5-8:30 p.m. – The Passion of the Christ

Chris and Tina Caston will again host a movie night at their home (1988 E. 900 N.; Decatur, IN 46733). In connection with the start of Holy Week on that day, Palm/Passion Sunday, we will be viewing The Passion of the Christ. Parents and youth please note: This film contains extended, frightening, and intense scenes of graphic violence and gore, and has been rated R by the MPAA for such sequences. The pastors will be in  attendance to answer any questions and lead discussion following the film.  Please note the start time of 5 p.m.


March 31; Easter Day – Easter Breakfast

Each congregation customarily has a youth-sponsored Easter breakfast. Details will be provided by your church
if applicable. Please take advantage of this opportunity to serve.


Sunday, April 7; 6:30-8:30 p.m. – Wyneken Service Night


Sunday, April 14; 2-6 p.m. – Bowling & More at Georgetown Entertainment

We will meet in the Bingen parking lot at 2 p.m. on Sunday, April 14 to carpool to Georgetown Entertainment.
There we shall bowl. We shall also enjoy the 4D Dark Ride Theater (whatever that is) and the Augmented Rock
Wall and the Spin-Zone Bumper Cars. Oh, and there will be food. All of it will be included for $10 per youth.
We plan to be back at Bingen by 6 p.m. Parents, as always, we need drivers, who get to play and eat for free.
Please let Pastor Brock know if you’re willing. 

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