© St. Paul Lutheran Church - 721 Twelfth Ave. Huntington, WV 25701 - (304) 525-9630

Trunk or Treat

Blessing of the

Animals at Ritter

Park

Events at St. Paul

Here is a list of upcoming and recent events. Check back often as our events change.
This year our Trunk or Treat was a huge success at St. Paul Lutheran Church. We had over 250 children and families attend throughout our community. Click here to see pictures from our 2018 Trunk-or-Treat more info God’s Blessings to All, Your Living Sister in Christ, Jill May Youth Director
The blessing of the animals was a little wet this year. The Evangelism Committee along with Pastor Kevin stayed throughout the cold & rain. Pastor blessed many animals and we met with many wonderful people. Than k you to everyone who attended. We look forward to seeing you again soon. God Bless, Rick & Chris Eid Evangelism Committee Co-Chairs
St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church 721 Twelfth Ave. Huntington, WV 25701   (304) 525-9630
ADVENT MIDWEEK WORSHIP Wednesday Evenings beginning November 28 6:00pm Meal 7:00pm Worship
Highways, pathways, gates, and journeys figure prominently in the imagery of Advent. We hear the voice shouting, “Prepare the way of the Lord! Make straight the path!” We witness the unexpected detours for Elizabeth and Zechariah, Mary and Joseph. We make way in our hearts and lives for our God. Families will be given an advent “kit” to create their own “Jesse Tree” to guide their paths toward the birth of Jesus. Join us each Wednesday evening for a delicious meal, worship and fellowship as we  prepare our hearts for the birth of Jesus.
November 28 “Highway Under Construction December 5  “G.P.S.” December 12 “Standing at the Crossroads” December 19 “Detour Ahead”
Prepare the Royal Highway A Midweek Series for Lent Wednesday evenings at 6:00pm In the Fellowship Hall (undercroft)
The St. Paul quilter’s have been very busy again this year making quilts for the annual Christmas baskets that are distributed to families and Individuals in need  during the holidays. The quilts are a wonderful addition to the baskets. We held our “Blessing of the Quilts” on Sunday, November 18 during worship
ELCA GOOD GIFTS Are you starting to think about Christmas shopping yet? Having trouble coming up with just the right gift for that person who has everything?  Consider purchasing alternative Christmas gifts this year. ELCA Good Gifts program helps you give the perfect Christmas gift. At our Midweek Advent services we will have a tree set up with gift tags on it.  By choosing a tag from the tree and donating the specified amount to ELCA Good Gifts you are helping those in need throughout the world. Gifts can be made in honor or in memory of loved ones. It’s simple: take a tag, write your name on the back, money to the church office (or offering plate) and pick up a special greeting card that you can then give to someone as a gift along with the tag. The church office will send the money in to ELCA gifts for you. Please make sure you indicate on your check that the money is for ELCA Good Gifts.
Christmas Basket Program
We all have gifts, graces, and talents given to us by God. As Christians, we are called to serve God and use these gifts, graces and talents. It is time to share our gifts with those less fortunate by donating food and sweets to our Christmas Basket Program. We are adopting twenty families this season to show the light of God’s love and fulfill our discipleship as faithful followers of Christ. There will be a sign up sheet in the narthex and a list of non- perishables to purchase and the date they are to be brought to church. There will also be a sign up sheet to purchase perishable items to bring to church on the Sunday we will be delivering the baskets. This has been a very rewarding ministry in the past and we know the loving hearts of St. Paul will continue to show the love you have in Christ Jesus during the celebrations of the birth of our Savior. Here is how you can help: 1. Buying perishable items for a family 2. Packing items for delivery 3. Delivering items to the families A shopping list of perishables will be given to those who will be shopping for a family. We would like to thank all who participated in this worthy ministry in the past years and pray you will volunteer your services for this coming Christmas season. The time of delivery has yet to be determined but will be put in the weekly bulletin in the coming weeks.
Items needed to be brought to Church for the following weeks: Nov. 4th Box of instant mashed potatoes Nov. 11th Canned vegetables Nov. 18th Canned chili or soup Nov. 25th Box of spaghetti noodles and canned sauce Dec. 2rd  fruit Dec. 9th Box of cereal
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© St. Paul Lutheran Church - 721 Twelfth Ave. Huntington, WV 25701 - (304) 525-9630
St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church

Blessing of

the Animals

at Ritter

Park

Events at St. Paul

Here is a list of upcoming and recent events. Check back often as our events change.
This year our Trunk or Treat was a huge success at St. Paul Lutheran Church. We had over 250 children and families attend throughout our community. Click here to see pictures from our 2018 Trunk-or-Treat God’s Blessings to All, Your Living Sister in Christ, Jill May Youth Director
The blessing of the animals was a little wet this year. The Evangelism Committee along with Pastor Kevin stayed throughout the cold & rain. Pastor blessed many animals and we met with many wonderful people. Than k you to everyone who attended. We look forward to seeing you again soon. God Bless, Rick & Chris Eid Evangelism Committee Co-Chairs
ADVENT MIDWEEK WORSHIP Wednesday Evenings beginning November 28 6:00pm Meal 7:00pm Worship
Highways, pathways, gates, and journeys figure prominently in the imagery of Advent. We hear the voice shouting, “Prepare the way of the Lord! Make straight the path!” We witness the unexpected detours for Elizabeth and Zechariah, Mary and Joseph. We make way in our hearts and lives for our God. Families will be given an advent “kit” to create their own “Jesse Tree” to guide their paths toward the birth of Jesus. Join us each Wednesday evening for a delicious meal, worship and fellowship as we  prepare our hearts for the birth of Jesus.
November 28 “Highway Under Construction December 5  “G.P.S.” December 12 “Standing at the Crossroads” December 19 “Detour Ahead”
Prepare the Royal Highway A Midweek Series for Lent Wednesday evenings at 6:00pm In the Fellowship Hall (undercroft)
The St. Paul quilter’s have been very busy again this year making quilts for the annual Christmas baskets that are distributed to families and Individuals in need  during the holidays. The quilts are a wonderful addition to the baskets. We held our “Blessing of the Quilts” on Sunday, November 18 during worship
ELCA GOOD GIFTS Are you starting to think about Christmas shopping yet? Having trouble coming up with just the right gift for that person who has everything?  Consider purchasing alternative Christmas gifts this year. ELCA Good Gifts program helps you give the perfect Christmas gift. At our Midweek Advent services we will have a tree set up with gift tags on it.  By choosing a tag from the tree and donating the specified amount to ELCA Good Gifts you are helping those in need throughout the world. Gifts can be made in honor or in memory of loved ones. It’s simple: take a tag, write your name on the back, money to the church office (or offering plate) and pick up a special greeting card that you can then give to someone as a gift along with the tag. The church office will send the money in to ELCA gifts for you. Please make sure you indicate on your check that the money is for ELCA Good Gifts.
Christmas Basket Program
We all have gifts, graces, and talents given to us by God. As Christians, we are called to serve God and use these gifts, graces and talents. It is time to share our gifts with those less fortunate by donating food and sweets to our Christmas Basket Program. We are adopting twenty families this season to show the light of God’s love and fulfill our discipleship as faithful followers of Christ. There will be a sign up sheet in the narthex and a list of non-perishables to purchase and the date they are to be brought to church. There will also be a sign up sheet to purchase perishable items to bring to church on the Sunday we will be delivering the baskets. This has been a very rewarding ministry in the past and we know the loving hearts of St. Paul will continue to show the love you have in Christ Jesus during the celebrations of the birth of our Savior. Here is how you can help: 1. Buying perishable items for a family 2. Packing items for delivery 3. Delivering items to the families A shopping list of perishables will be given to those who will be shopping for a family. We would like to thank all who participated in this worthy ministry in the past years and pray you will volunteer your services for this coming Christmas season. The time of delivery has yet to be determined but will be put in the weekly bulletin in the coming weeks.
Items needed to be brought to Church for the following weeks: Nov. 4th Box of instant mashed potatoes Nov. 11th Canned vegetables Nov. 18th Canned chili or soup Nov. 25th Box of spaghetti noodles and canned sauce Dec. 2rd  fruit Dec. 9th Box of cereal
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