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8:30am and 11:00am
 
 
 
 
 

 

WORSHIP at St. Paul’s
Loving God and loving our neighbor is the heart of our discipleship, but it leaves out an important phrase we tend to gloss over…love the Lord your God with all your heart, all your soul, and all your mind; and love your neighbor as yourself”(Matthew 22:36-39.) We will dig deeper into loving ourselves through our worship the first three Sundays in November.
For the Advent Season this year, we will explore the Nutcracker through eyes of faith. We will begin on Nov. 25th by focusing on Clara, and what it is like to look through the keyhole waiting for the Christmas celebration to begin. What are you waiting for this Advent Season? The following weeks we will look at Drosselmeir and what his character reveals about the love of God. And the Mouse King, the battle with darkness we each face. Christmas Eve we will celebrate the gift of the Nutcracker. Clara’s journey begins with anticipation and fear, moves through heartbreak and struggle, and lands in comfort and joy. May we discover anew the gifts of grace through the Nutcracker this advent season.
Date          Sermon & Pastor Nov. 4       Loving our Bodies-Pastor Sami Nov. 11      Forgiving Ourselves-Dominic Nov. 18     Loving Ourselves-Pastor Patti Nov. 25     Nutcracker: Clara – Pastor Patti 
 
Planning Ahead for Advent and Christmas Dec. 16th : Choir Sunday at St. Paul’s  Dec. 23rd: Children’s Pageant at St. Paul’s at 11:00 am. Christmas Eve: Candlelight Service at Covenant at 4:00, a Traditional Candlelight Service at St. Paul’s at 7:00 A.M., and a Jazz Service of Light at St. Paul’s at 9:00 A.M.
 
We’re also looking for a small group of people to bring the light of Christmas to patients at St. Peter’s Hospital on Christmas Eve. Contact Patti or Sami if you are interested.
As always, we will have special music touching our souls every week!
 
Join us for worship in person or online at Livestream.com/StPaulsHelena