Rev. Gregory W. Frey, Pastor
548 Old Swede Road, Douglassville, PA
Rt. 662, between Russell Ave. & Morlatton Road,
one mile north of Rt. 422
Longest Night Service
Wednesday, December 21 ~ 7:00 pm
Christmas Eve Worship Services
Saturday, December 24 ~ 2:00 pm, 7:00 pm, & 10:00 pm
Christmas Day Worship Service
Sunday, December 25 at 10:30 am
Sunday Mornings between Worship Services
Enjoy a cup of coffee and
some baked goods, and join
us for inspiring conversation and fellowship.
POINSETTIA ORDER FORM
We will be decorating the Sanctuary with Poinsettias for the Christmas Eve Worship Services.
Please use the form below, submitting as early as possible.
We would prefer to have all orders by Sunday, December 4 to ensure availability, but the final deadline is Sunday, Dec. 11.
The plants may be taken with you following the 10:00 pm service.
Poinsettia Order Form 2016.pdf
|CHRISTMAS TREE DISPLAY |
Sunday, December 4 - Sunday, January 8
When you join us for Worship,
we invite you to spend a few minutes in our Fellowship Hall.
Members of our congregation have
creatively decorated Christmas Trees,
using a variety of themes.
|DINNER CLUB HOLIDAY BRUNCH|
Sunday, December 11
We'd like to extend an invitation to ALL the participants of the dinner clubs to get together for a pot luck brunch!
All those interested in joining the next session are welcome. We'll use the opportunity to get to know all the members, welcome new members, and conduct the drawing for groups for the January - June 2017 session. Bring a favorite holiday baked good, beverage or brunch item.
SATURDAY, MAY 20, 2017
We are proudly participating in the Daniel Boone High School's event!
JOIN OUR TEAM!
Go to www.relayforlife.org/padanielboone
Click on "Join this relay" and then search for our team:
St Paul's Lutheran Church.
What is Relay for Life? Each team sets up a themed campsite.
This year's theme is board games, and ours will be CLUE.
The event begins at Noon, with an opening ceremony. This is followed by a Survivor's Lap, when survivors and those currently affected by cancer walk around the track being cheered by everyone in attendance.
After that, the Caregivers Lap recognizes those that have shown support for their loved one during treatment.
Then teams pour onto the track to begin the celebration. Team members will walk around the track, taking turns, throughout the night, symbolizing the ongoing fight against cancer. When not walking, participants can visit other team's campsites to participate in games and activities.
Cancer patients don't stop because they're tired, and for one night, neither do we. Closing ceremonies begin at 5:30 am Sunday morning.