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St. Paul's Weekly -
June 26, 2022

This Week at St. Paul's 

Baptism In a private ceremony on Saturday, Brianna Marie Recore, daughter of Derek & Rachelle Recore, and in our 10:30 service, Jolie Grace Ory, daughter of Zackori Ory & Kaylee Proctor, become children of God through Holy Baptism.  Jesus promises, “Whoever believes and is baptized will be saved.”  (Mark 16:16)
Congregational Forum & Quarterly Voters Meeting The next congregational forum & quarterly voters meeting will be held on July 3rd at 9:10 am.  We'll review ministry and budget, including recommendation for a special gift to FVL.  We'll also seek special permission for Council to potentially call for the Child Center.  Please plan to attend the meeting – be informed, be involved in serving the Lord and in serving one another in love.
Blood Drive Save the date!  Our next blood drive will be Monday August 15.  Sign-ups will come later this summer.
Timber Rattler Game The Fellowship Committee is hosting an evening at Fox Cities Stadium on August 26th.  Game time is 6:40 pm.  A sign-up and event details are posted.  The cost is $5 per person the deadline to sign-up is July 24th.  Any questions about the event can be directed to Matt Albrecht, 920-470-8802.
Sovereign State Parade T-shirt Sign up to walk with us in the parade on Saturday, July 23 to get a free t-shirt.  If you cannot walk with us, the shirt is just $10.
Church Picnic The church picnic will be at Marble Park on July 10th.  The service will be at 10:30 am and the meal will follow.  The sign-ups for the event are posted.  Meat will be provided; please bring your own beverages.
Baby Items Needed The Central Africa Medical Mission in Zambia has a need for baby/infant layette type items to offer to mothers of newborns who deliver at the Mwembezhi clinic.  Items such as knit or crocheted hats, booties/socks, washcloths, receiving size blankets, fleece blankets, onesies, sleepers, and gowns are all things they give to the mothers and infants.  They can be new or very gently used.  Notes of encouragement to the staff are also appreciated.
A container for these items is in the mailbox room.  They will be collected until the Fall LWMS rally.
Live-Streaming We are now live streaming St. Paul's Sunday 8:00 am worship service on our YouTube channel:  Once the service is over, the recording remains available for viewing at any time.
Bible Reading Plan - Week of June 26:  2 Samuel 1-5

Attendance Last Week:                                                                    Ministry Investments:  
Worship - 66 (Saturday), 88 (8:00), 84 (10:30)                             Gifts Year to Date: $1,057,326.69
Total Weekend Worship - 238                                                        Expenses Year to Date: $857,760.04
Bible Study: 43                                                                                Difference Year to Date: $199,566.65