Posts from September 2016

Holiday Bazaar/Turkey Dinner – Nov. 3 & 4

The Holiday Bazaar is a 2-day event where hand-made craft items are sold. These are not consignment crafts, but crafts made by our own congregation, so you can see how very important it is for everyone to make and donate items. Katherine Haseman, Belinda Carmichael and Phyllis Durnal chair this event. The Trash and Treasures…

Volunteers for Football Concession Stand

Volunteers are still needed for working the concession stand at IU home football games! If you can help, sign-up is available with the dates and times on bulletin board #2 at the church or contact Laura Hall at laura@stpaulbloomington.org. Thanks for your help!

Volunteer Sign-up: Bazaar & Turkey Dinner

Volunteer sign-up for the Holiday Bazaar and Turkey Dinner will begin soon! It takes a considerable amount of time for the UMW to call everyone to assign tasks for the festivities; so sign-up now if you have not had an opportunity to choose a task yet. The UMW will be available to assist with sign-ups…

Mission of the Month for October

The Mission of the Month for October will be to provide Cleaning Buckets for the Indiana cities affected by the recent tornadoes and flooding. You can make financial gifts this month to help fill the buckets with cleaning supplies! Please be sure to write “Cleaning Buckets” on your envelope or on the monthly mission line…

Pastor’s October 2016 Article

Simple Not Easy Since we are in the midst of our Re*Membership project, I thought I’d reflect on growing spiritually. Many of us connect with a church hoping we will grow spiritually. Over my many, many, many, years on this earth (I have yet another birthday this year. They keep coming faster and faster…), I…

320 Class ~ The Book of James

If you were unable to join the 320 class for our study of Francis Chan’s Forgotten God, you really missed a fantastic book.  Mr. Chan is thoroughly engaging and thought-provoking as a speaker and writer. He is at it again with The Book of James. “Through 12 sessions, Francis works through James verse-by-verse, challenging followers of Christ…