Wednesday Church Night Schedule:

The menu for September 26th is:

Adults: Chicken Alfredo, Spaghetti and Meatballs, broccoli, Ceasar Salad

Kids: Same as the adults

 

5:30-6:15pm     Dinner  (Click Here to Register) – Must Register by Sunday 10pm
6:00-7:30           K-5th Grade Children’s Programming 6:00-7:30
6:15-6:30          Cleanup & Transition to Youth/Adult Classes
6:30pm             Youth & Adult Groups (see below for details)
7:30pm             Choir Practice (Sanctuary)

Women’s Bible Study

Leader:  Wanda Trieschman ~ Room 7 (Fellowship Class Room)

Please join us for Women’s Wednesday Night Book Club & Missions starting September 5th at 6:30. This semester we are going to start with Girl, Wash Your Face- by Rachel Hollis. The 1st week of the month we will work on sending out cards for the card ministry.  The 2nd week we will discuss the book and enjoy the company. The 3rd week we will work on new ornaments for the Chrismon Tree or another craft.  The 4th week will be another book club meeting.  Please contact Wanda Trieschman at 568-2783 or at wanda_trieschman@ yahoo.com for more information.

Faith Lessons from the Holy Land

Leaders: Rev. Mike Morris ~ Room 2 (Conference Room)

Video sessions will focus on the Mission of Israel and the Mission of Jesus.  The sessions take us to sites in the Biblical world that demonstrate how God intended things to be, how things either worked or did not work; and how those experiences can help us as Christians understand our purposes in life today.

 

Freezer Meal Ministry

Led by Angie Dougan – Kitchen/Fellowship Hall

Come and prepare meals for your family as well as for families in need. Participants will assist in planning and preparing the meals.  See Angie for details or send an email to angiedougan@gmail.com

Youth Bible Study

Led by Rev. Shannon Pryor & Thomas Trieschman – Youth Lounge

Youth (grades 6 – 12) will be looking closely at and discussing the New Testament Epistles (Letters), beginning with Ephesians. We will also be covering James and Romans. We will look at what these letters meant to those who first heard them and discuss how we can apply them to our lives today as both good news and encouragement to live into our faith. We may also have an opportunity to move our time together offsite to participate in a food ministry with Jacob’s Well.

 

Children’s Activities and Music (K-5th grade)

Led by Jill Kirk and Will Dougan

contact Jill Kirk at children@stpaul-lakeland.org with questions