New Member Class
Adult Information Classes are held four times a year. It's open to all people who are interested in becoming members of our congregation as well as those interested in learning more about the Lutheran faith. The book God For Us - An Introduction to Lutheran Teaching is available at the church Information Booth in the Narthex. Those wishing to attend the class should pick up a copy and familiarize themselves with the basic concepts before attending the class.
Wednesday Bible Study
meets every Wednesday at 10:00 a.m.-12:00 noon in Room 303. We will be studying Genesis. All are welcome. Please join us no matter what your level of Biblical knowledge because God’s word is alive and well and will deeply enrich every heart that yearns to grow in faith and love towards our Savior.
Sunday Bible Study
The Adult Forum meets from 9:00-10:00 a.m. in the Library on Sundays. It is led by Matthew Ward.
Adult Friendship Club
The Adult Friendship Club meetings are the first and third Tuesday of the month in Fellowship Hall from 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m (begins each September and breaks over the summer months). Bring your lunch and we will supply coffee, tea, and dessert. We begin with devotions, followed by lunch, games and activities. All are welcome - St. Paul members and those in the community ages 55 and over. Come and bring a friend. For further information, speak to Laury Lieb or call the church office at 782-5600.
Lutheran Women's Missionary League
Wanted: Cancelled Stamps: We are collecting cancelled stamps. For directions on how to turn in your cancelled stamps see the collection jar in the reception area or speak to Delores Renart.
Wanted: Women to knit or crochet bandages for leprosy victims in Vietnam. Directions are available. See Delores Renart.
Habitat for Humanity
Habitat for Humanity in Greater Newburgh is always looking for volunteers. Work crews are needed every Saturday. It is best to call the Habitat Office at (845) 568-6035 to check out the need for particular skills. Come and join the great task of helping our neighbor. Speak to Ed Wolf or Larry Jacobsen.
The goal of the Telecare ministry is to let people know they are special to St. Paul and to God by listening, encouraging and requesting prayers. Our desire is to share our love of God with others. We meet on the first Tuesday of each month, at 7pm, in the Church Office. Contact Bob Gaither with any questions.
Home Meals Ministry
This ministry provides meals and food for individuals and families affiliated with our Church and School home. Most referrals are given to us through our members who are aware of those in need of our assistance. (The names of the individuals and families that we serve are kept confidential). Meals are provided when there is an illness, or a death in the family, or to families just struggling to get along. With summer upon us, and children out of school, parents are finding it more difficult to provide meals for their families.
We try to keep the freezer filled with soups, pasta dishes, vegetables and meat dishes. We also try to keep bulk frozen chicken parts on hand for those who need more than a meal or two. Currently, the freezer is a little barren. We are in need of some meals, soups, and some bulk chicken or meat.
HOW CAN I HELP, YOU ASK? That’s easy. When you are preparing a meal for your own family, if you are able to do so, put aside a portion for Home Meals, freeze it and bring it to Church and place in the freezer. Another way to help is to use the coupons that ShopRite and Stop ‘n’ Shop have in their circulars. If you are not using the coupon yourself, and you are able to donate the item, buy the chicken parts (or whatever meat product is on sale) and bring that item to the freezer. These items will be distributed as needed.
The Home Meals Ministry in under the guidance of the Missions and Evangelism Board. Thank you in advance for your help with this ministry. Should you have any questions, please call the Church office at 782-5600.