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What's New at St. Paul's?


Reformation Saturday and Sunday, October 29-30, 2022


All Saints – November 5-6, 2022 For this service, the congregation is invited to bring in pictures of their loved ones to be displayed at the altar. Please have your pictures to the church prior to November 1st and remember to put a label on them so we can return them to you. Pictures may be picked up after the services on November 5th and 6th .



If you have a child, grandchild, young neighbor or friend who is interested in singing, we will be restarting our children's choir in the Fall. Please contact Juli Rauch for more information

or call the church office.



The newly formed Grief support group. Their meetings take place the 2nd Wednesday of the month at 1:30 p.m. in Danford Hall. If you would like more information, please contact Thelma Trainor or Jean Hovland.

Three Church Farm-Our Own Outdoor Campground

Do you need a place for a family reunion, overnight camping,

weekend camping or just a family picnic?

Then The Three Church Farm is the place for you!
This is a beautiful hilltop area on Flint Ridge which was donated to St. Paul’s, St. John’s, Trinity and Christ Lutheran Churches by the late judge, Virginia Weiss. We at St. Paul’s help maintain this area during the year with mowing, cleanup and overall maintenance. Shelter House, picnic area, restroom facilities, water and sporting equipment is available with your reservation. Last year, the farm was only used 40 times with a lot of open dates. This facility is more than the October Ox Roast and needs to be used. No cost involved.
For reservations, check the calendar on Christ Lutheran Church web page. Click on Four Church Farm for the calendar, then call the church secretary at Christ Lutheran, 740-522-4505, for your reservation.


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