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Go into the World, teaching, preaching, baptizing, administering communion and nurturing one another to grow in faith and serving those in need
The Bond Newsletter
St Paul's Lutheran Church
Filled with the spirit to share God's love with you!
420 West Avenue S. ~ La Crosse, Wisconsin 54601 ~ (608) 784-2304 ~ email@example.com
Welcome to St. Paul's Lutheran Church! We are a community of believers in Christ. Anyone who wishes to know Christ's peace, joy, forgiveness and love is heartily received at our worship services and at our congregational events. We are actively asking the Spirit of the Risen Christ to transform us into the church that brings God's mercy to the world.
Pastor Tom Meyer
Listen to Sermon Online
Owning or Renting
Come Sinners, Look On Christ
Just Say No
Salt to Taste
The Lamb of God
Water And The Spirit
A Darkening World And An Everlasting Light
A Life That Changed Everything
Four Questions for Advent
God's Road Builder
Wednesday Lenten Services
The Lenten journey continues each Wednesday with supper at 5:15 pm and service at 6:00 pm.
8:30 a.m. Heritage service with Holy Communion
in the sanctuary
Adults meet Sundays at 9:45 A.M. in the Sanctuary
The program begins with a meal at 5:00, followed by a 30 minute worship service at 6:00. From here, we have 10 different opportunities, including choir, confirmation, youth group, women's Bible study, prayer group, men's Bible study, chime choir, holy yoga, HS youth group and adult education. Everyone is welcome.
Mission of the Month
Circle of Support (COS) offers mentoring and companionship for folks who are caught in a cycle of incarceration. Because of the way our justice system is set up it is very difficult for an individual to make it out of the seemingly never ending cycle in our jail/prison systems. When a person is released from jail or prison they are sent out the same way they came in. They may or may not have a place to live, money to find housing, medications they need, or even food. Many have no choice but to rely on old friends, those whose influence is not one of being a productive member of society. The COS, made up of 5 or 6 functioning members of the community, offers support that many don't get from friends or family. Circle members are not expected to provide money or housing, just good advice. COS members often know of opportunities and options available in the community that could help folks out of the cycle. Most circles meet weekly and chat like old friends. If you are interested in forming your own circle, or joining an existing circle please contact any member of the Outreach Ministries committee. Monetary donations are also welcomed and encouraged.
Activities and Meetings
Breakfast Bunch, 9:00 a.m., all are welcome
Meeting With Pastor Libby Howe (f/u to Feb. 22 meeting),Wednesday, April 30, all St. Paul's worshippers encouraged to attend this energizing meeting
Mother Child Banquet, Thursday, May 8, 5:30 p.m.
Al Anon meets every Monday at St. Paul's, 7:30 p.m.