October 18, 2016
"Brooklyn"¯ by Colin Tolbin
The first meeting of St. Paul’s Book Club for the fall season will be on Tuesday, October 18th at 6:30 at the home of Sue Agne. We will be discussing the book “Brooklyn” by Colin Tolbin. It tells the story of Eilis Lacey as she arrives in the United States shortly after World War II leaving her family behind in Ireland.
Church Chapters members are urged to find the book at local libraries on their own and share when possible.
Join us for friendly discussion and great fellowship!
October 18 at 5:00 pm
Join us for a Free Community Meal!
You are warmly invited to join us on Tuesday, October 18. Zachary's Table is a free meal offered to the community and church members. On the third Tuesday of each month we gather in fellowship and friendship over a nice warm meal.
Please come-All are welcome!
If this is the first you've heard of Zachary's Table, check the Ongoing Events section, below, to learn more about this great event.
Saturday, November 19, 2016
9AM - 2PM
Come shop at our bake shop, country store, crafts tables, and Grandma’s Attic. Enjoy church made soup and sandwiches from our kitchen café. Watch for more updates to come!
8:00 AM Spoken Literagy
10:30 AM With Music and Chior
Click here to read the October edition of The Epistle, our monthly newsletter [PDF]
During the 10:30 service following the Children's Message with Marvin, on all Sundays except the first Sunday of each month.
Rev. Hugh R. B. Haffenreffer, Pastor
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Karen Landry, Office Manager
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Parking lot in rear of church off of Westway