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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 –…

February Chimes

Dear brothers and sisters in Christ, Blessed Epiphany season to you all! Technically—technically—the Feast of the Epiphany lasts but one day, January 6. But there’s no need for us to cut our observation of this festival short. In the weeks following the Epiphany and leading up to Lent, we continue to ponder the mystery of…

December Chimes

Dear brothers and sisters in Christ, Each Advent we prepare again to ponder the mysteries of God’s entering our human story in Christ’s birth. As the culture celebrates a time of festivity and gift-giving, so too we as Christians celebrate and mark the occasion with exchanges of gifts, as a way of remembering the greatestof…

November Chimes

Dear brothers and sisters in Christ, As the calendar turns to November, my mind naturally turns toward Thanksgiving. I’d like to use my article this month to share my appreciation of something I am very thankful for: you! As the saints of God who form the community of St. Paul’s, you have been a blessing…

October Chimes

Dear brothers and sisters in Christ, On Sunday, October 6, Christians around the world will celebrate “World Communion Sunday.” This a day that began in 1933, with one Presbyterian church in New Jersey and has grown into a worldwide movement, celebrated on the first Sunday of October. At St. Paul’s, we celebratecommunion every Sunday, so…

September Chimes

Dear brothers and sisters in Christ, Last year this time, I shared my current reading list in honor of back to school season. I heard from a lot of people who enjoyed that article, so I thought I’d make it a September tradition. I try to read both for professional reasons (theology, church management, biblical…