What's Happening Now?

Sunday, April 11th

Adult Instruction Class: Pastor Hoem leads the Adult Instruction Class, immediately following the Divine Service (approximately 11:15 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.) in the Nerger room. The class will resume on April 18th.

Join YAMS Book Study Every Sunday: Calling all Young Adults - Married and Single, post-high school through thirty somethings! Join us in the Nerger Room from 9:00-9:45 a.m. on Sundays. We'll be studying the book "Will the Real Jesus Please Stand Up?: 12 False Christs" with our seminarians. Pick up a book today or contact the church office to reserve your copy.

Paul Morrison Diaper Drive Continues: St. Paul’s annual diaper drive is named in memory of Rev. Paul Morrison, who was a tireless servant of the gospel and always ready to help and serve his neighbors. Paul was a motivating factor behind the program “Diapers Out the Door”. This year our diapers will go to Shepherd’s Hand and the Seminary Co-op. Please fill the bassinet by the church office with diaper sizes 5 & 6 for the month of April. Any size will be welcome.

Looking Ahead

Fort Wayne LWML Three Zone Rally: The LWML Three Zone Rally is Saturday, April 10 at St. Peter Lutheran Church, 648 N Lafontaine St. Huntington, IN. Registration & breakfast begins at 8:30 a.m. and the registration fee is $6. Natalie Reynolds, the music and art teacher at Lutheran South Unity will be the speaker and the monetary ingathering will be for musical instruments purchase and maintenance of the LSUS music program. Contact the church office to RSVP before April 1st.
St. Paul’s School Auction: Donations are needed for our annual benefit auction On Tapa the World”, April 17 at Pine Valley Country Club. Tickets are also on sale. Contact Megan for more details This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 424-0049.

Seminary Food Co-op – April Needs: The Concordia Seminary Food Co-op is available to students enrolled in classes leading to ordination in the holy ministry or certification as deaconess. Food, clothing, and household items are available at no financial cost to the students. Students register and volunteer time for the privilege of use. Let’s keep up the good work and focus on donating Cereal, Oatmeal, Juice, Muffin and Pancake Mix, Peanut Butter, Jelly, Coffee/Tea, Canned Soups and Canned Fruits. Also, paper towel, toilet paper, and any non-perishable food items you savvy bargain shoppers may find. Our Food Co-op donation cart is located near the elevator/church office hallway. Be creative - Be generous - Have fun!

Roe v Wade Movie Screenings: Join Right to Life of Northeast Indiana for a screening of the new movie Roe V. Wade starring Nick Loeb, Stacey Dash, and Jon Voight. Choose from three screenings: April 14th at the ABCinema in Decatur 7pm-9pm, April 20th at the Brokaw Theater in Angola, and April 21st at USF North Campus Auditorium 7pm-9pm. Admission is just $5! Contact RLNI for larger group sales at 471-1849.

Life Defenders Apologetics Workshop: Learn how to make the Case for Life! Life Defenders workshops equip attendees to become effective ambassadors for life. Join us Saturday, April 24th from 9am- noon at Grabill Missionary Church, 13637 State St, Grabill, IN 46741. Visit www.ichooselife.org/ldaw.

A Hope Center Banquet April 27: Support the Center by participating in their drive-in style banquet on Tuesday, April 27 at 6:30 pm at the Memorial Coliseum. To learn more and register go to ahopecenter.org/getinvolved/events/ or call 422-3544.

Monday Morning Prayer: Join us every Monday morning to pray for our church and school. Any parent, grandparent, or church member is invited to join us each Monday morning at 8:30am inside the church parking lot doors and pray together in the church chapel for 20 minutes. Come every week or as you are able. If you would like to pray from home, contact Jill Clem (403-0273) and she will share the weekly prayer guide with you.

Wednesday Evening Masked Spoken Service: A [masked] fully spoken Divine Service is held each Wednesday evening at 6:30 pm. This service (resuming on Wed. April 7th) follows the same order as the prior Sunday service.

Wednesday Afternoon Bible Study: Please join us at 2 pm up in the Nerger Room for the topic: “The Gospel According to Isaiah—A Study of Isaiah in the Gospels.” Please enter by the elevator doors and take it right upstairs—plenty of room to physically distance! The study will resume April 14th.

Online Bible Studies: Follow along with the study of God's Word with these Online Bible Studies.

Cross Connections Counseling: At St. Paul’s we care about your mental and emotional health. We care about your relationship with friends and family. Regular pastoral care and Biblical counseling are a great help through rough times. Appointments are made by Pastoral referral to Cross Connections. Please talk to Pastor Cage or Pastor Hoem. For general information, you can visit their website at www.CrossConnectionsCounseling.com