Please don’t forget this Sunday, immediately following worship, we will be having a church luncheon. Hopefully, everyone can come and don’t forget to invite someone to church and have them join us for a time of lunch and fellowship.
This is a great opportunity for St. Paul’s to establish a presence in the community as a church that cares for all of its neighbors and to develop some meaningful relationships that can be transformative. On June 17th, immediately following the service, (yes, I know it’s Father’s Day) we will have a 10 minute meeting to share some basic information with all of the volunteers. Please try to make this meeting and invite anyone who would like to participate even if they haven’t signed up. Then, on June 23rd, we will have a 1 hour training session from 10am – 11am. If you have any special skills that we should be aware of that can help the block party be a success please contact Andy Odle at Andy.Odle@churchonthestreet.com
Ladies, we are getting ready and are excited about our Women’s Fall Retreat coming up in September. Our theme will be taken from Proverbs 31: 25-26. Please reserve Friday, September 21 and Saturday, September 22 and join us at Camp Pinnacle for a wonderful time of fellowship and learning. Don’t miss out on this enriching time of getting to know one another and grow together in the Body of Christ. If you have any questions or would like more information on registration please contact Martha Payne at email@example.com.
Starting June 3rd, children’s Sunday School will break for the summer since many families and volunteers will be traveling. We will also be starting a ladies Sunday School Class. We will be wrapping up our study from John Piper’s book on Suffering June 3, please come join us as we review this great study. Then on June 17, we will be starting a six week Ladies’ Bible Study on the Book of Mark. Come join us as we dig deeper into God’s Word and also spend time in prayer and fellowship. Every woman is welcome!!
The Parables—Stories You Remember. If you’re an adult and want Bible study this summer, here’s a good option during the Sunday school hour. Each week we’ll be looking at one of the parables Jesus told and searching in the context to find out why He told it. Planting seed, treasure in a field, weeds—it’s easy to remember the stories, we want to dig deeper for the lessons. For any questions contact Dale at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Calling all St. Paul’s Moms! The Moms Bible Study and Mother’s Day Out Summer Session begins on Wednesday, June 6 and will meet Wednesdays through July 18 from 9:30 – 11:30 a.m. We will be reading the second half of “Shepherding a Child’s Heart.” We have extra copies if you do not have the book. Childcare is provided for a fee. If you are interested, please contact Lauren Ellen email@example.com no later than May 30 to sign up.
Westminster Commons is our opportunity to minister to our elderly community. This is your chance to serve and love on this community. We will be serving on the last Saturday of every month from 10am – 12pm. Please join us as we seek to fellowship and serve and love on this community. For more information, please contact Julia Whitney.
With the weather changing, the need to serve our least fortunate community is great. If you have any clothes, shoes or jackets, you no longer use, please consider donating to the clothes closet. For more information please see a deacon.
For the past month the men’s Two-by-Two has been studying “Living In A Pluralistic Society; Judges, Daniel & Joseph” by Tim Keller. Pluralism certainly describes our campuses, our jobs, and Atlanta in general, so come study the Scriptures with us. The Bible study and conversation has been great so far, so join us on Friday mornings from 6:30-7:45am in the chapel. All men are welcome and encouraged to come! If you have questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org.