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Men's Breakfast Fellowship

Join us on the 3rd Thursday of each month for our "Men's Breakfast Fellowship." We gather at 7:30AM at Denny's Restaurant on the Silas Deane Highway, Wethersfield.

What do we do there? We gather to eat together, to talk, to share the stories that are shaping our lives. Men opening their lives to other men. And all this because of our common bond of faith that takes our stories and connects them to God's love and grace. We are feeding more than our bodies. We are feeding each other's souls.

Recovered in Christ Bible Study

Each Thursday, from 10 to 11:30AM, we gather around the Word of God to improve our walk with God. All who want a Bible Study that is intentionally Christ-centered and is focused on finding freedom from addiction and support within the struggles of life are welcome.

Step 11 says, "Sought through prayer and meditation to improve our conscious contact with God as we understood God, praying only for knowledge of God's will for us and the power to carry that out." Through the Recovered in Christ Bible study we will seek to live out this step to the best of our ability so we are better able to carry this message to others.

Zachary's Table

On the third Tuesday of each month, at 5 PM, St. Paul's Church offers a free community meal for the residents of Wethersfield. Inspired by the vision of 9 year old Zachary, we welcome all who would like to enjoy good food, warm fellowship, and even some light entertainment.

Those who would like to support this community meal by volunteering their time, are encouraged to do so. For more information, or to find out how you can help, please call us at 860-529-5397.

Who Are We, and Why Do We Serve?

Lutherans are certainly no better at following Jesus than any other Christian. After all we are still only human. It is because of our emphasis on God's grace, God's undeserved love that comes to us through Jesus—through his life, death and resurrection—that we have come to know life as a gift. And the value of that gift is found best when we give it away—especially to those with the greatest needs.

It is out of a sense of thanksgiving, not obligation, that we serve. We serve because we can't stand not being part of world's cure.

Don't you want to do your part to make a difference in the life of others? Don’t you want to experience the joy in being the cure? It's a thrilling and fulfilling way to live.

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Updated June 13, 2014
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