St. Paul’s member, Marilyn Bradford, is highlighted in the August 2017 Issue of the Shawnee Outlook. Read more about the positive impacts that have come from a nine year relationship through Big Brothers, Big Sisters. The article can be found on page 23. Click below. https://issuu.com/shawneeoutlook/docs/so_august17
What’s Happening at St. Paul’s?
Students, Teachers, Administrators, Staff: Bring your backpacks or work bags to church for a special blessing as we celebrate the year ahead.
Beware of Loosing Touch As Christians, brothers and sisters, we are not called to temperaments of anger or mentalities of vengeance. We are in a time of great unrest where the stress of our world is causing deep fissures within our closest of relationships, families, and houses of faith. Our local and national communities are […]
“As soon as I came down from the desk I was enclosed by a body of children, one of whom and another sunk down upon their knees until they were all kneeling, so I kneeled down myself and began praying for them. Abundance of people ran back into the house. The fire kindled and ran […]
Congratulations to St. Paul’s member Dan Beck, on 25 years of service as a volunteer at the IFYR (International Finals Youth Rodeo)! Thank you for your commitment to the great community of Shawnee.
We Like ‘Em A Lot Part of what makes up the “secret sauce” of the Monday Memo is when individuals in the community help us identify someone who we should highlight in this section of the weekly memo. And this past week we hit the jackpot when we received the names of several individuals who […]
In case you are not aware, St. Paul’s has a Care Team ministry, whose purpose is to reach out to our members in times of special needs. In the past, this has been Covenant Care team and its focus was on members going through illnesses, death of loved ones, or family crises of some kind. Since […]
Over the last several days, our home has begun to take on a new scent. At first I couldn’t quite identify the unfamiliar smell wafting throughout the various rooms. It wasn’t the lingering aroma of a meal we’d recently shared. It wasn’t the unpleasant fumes of teenage sneakers. It wasn’t the glorious fragrance of the […]
Post-Holiday shopping? Support St. Paul’s with AmazonSmile! If you’re one of the almost 70% of Americans who shop online, you probably spend some time–and money–on Amazon.com. Did you know there’s a way to continue your convenient shopping experience while benefiting St. Paul’s at the same time? AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way for you to […]