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Vacation Bible School 2017

Vacation Bible School 2017 St. Paul’s Lutheran Church Monday, June 19 thru Friday, June 23 (9:00 am-12:00 noon) Please complete the registration form online below and mail your checks to: St. Paul’s Lutheran Church 415 East Athens Avenue Ardmore, Pa 19003 You may also complete the paper registration form by printing this copy. One child – $30.00…

Vacation Bible School

Vacation Bible School St. Paul’s Lutheran Church Monday, June 22 thru Friday, June 26 Please complete the registration form and mail your checks to: St. Paul’s Lutheran Church 415 East Athens Avenue Ardmore, Pa 19003 One child – $20.00 Family – $30.00 Office hours:  Monday thru Thursday – 8:00 am – 4:00 pm Friday –…

November Chimes

Dear brothers and sisters in Christ,As we approach the end of October and beginning of November, I am reminded of what the Celts call “thin places.” Places where the barrier between this world and the next is slimmer; in-between places where heaven and earth seem to meet in unexpected ways. This time of year is…

October Chimes

THANK YOU to the St. Paul’s congregation for putting your kindness and generosity into action for Rally Day Fall 2020! My personal spirit and hope for better times ahead were renewed seeing not only the contributions pouring in during this particular year but also from seeing so many smiling eyes above masked faces on a…

September Chimes

“Fall Back into Faith” Greetings brothers and sisters in Christ, It is wonderful to be back with you after twelve weeks of maternity leave. I am so grateful for the time the church provided for me to recuperate and bond with our new little one. When we figured out the timing of everything and realized…

August Chimes

Dear Siblings in Christ, I’ve been reflecting this past month on the brokenness which is all around us – especially in our institutions and in our society. We see brokenness everywhere we look. White racism is breaking black lives. National leaders are breaking our laws and institutions. Our “closed” economy is breaking the poor. Our…

July Chimes

Dear Siblings in Christ, In February and March, life carried on for most of us in familiar routines. Little did we know what awaited us in mid-March, when state governors issued an unprecedented shutdown of nearly all societal public activity. In our own time, the only events that approximate this shock for the American people…

June Chimes

Dear Sisters and Brothers in Christ, On Sunday, May 31, we will be celebrating Pentecost, the birthday of the church and the outpouring of the Holy Spirit. One of the ways we describe the Holy Spirit is that of Comforter, who eases our distresses, encourages us, and comes to us in times of trouble to…

May Chimes

Dear St. Paul’s Lutheran Family, As most of you know, Pastor Laura’s due date is less than a month away. Please keep her in your thoughts and prayers, especially at this time. You will be among the first to know when the little Tancredi-Ness baby arrives, in early to mid-May. Pastor Laura will be on…

April Chimes

Dear brothers and sisters in Christ, Looking back over past years’ editions of the Chimes, usually April is where I write a joy-filled letter all about Easter and the resurrection. Of course, Easter feels very different this year. We are under a stay-at-home order and have not gathered for public worship in several weeks. At…

March Chimes

Dear brothers and sisters in Christ, As I write this article, it is just two days before Ash Wednesday and the beginning of the Lenten season. As you read it, Lent has most likely already begun. This time of year, I hear the question again and again: “What are you giving up for Lent?” Or,…