Next Steps in our Transition Time at St. Paul
Your council is now initiating the next steps in our transition and will be asking for volunteers to help.
Step one is to prepare information that describes our congregation in all respects. This will be supplied to the synod and reviewed by interested pastoral candidates. This information will also serve to guide our call committee (step two) in their search for the right candidate to serve as our next pastor.
We met in the Chapel on Sunday, July 19, after the 9:30 service and presented and discussed the entire process that is in front of us.
CLICK HERE for the latest information on our progress
in calling a new pastor
in calling a new pastor
Worship & music committee next meeting
SUNDAY, November 8 at 12:15 NOON.
Agenda items to be published shortly.
Don't like meetings? You don't have to come in person. On-line sharing is fine.
Contact Pat Pape at email@example.com for more information.
Scenes from the BASIC: Faith Formation for Adults 2015 Lenten Retreat
March 20-22 at Paul and Meg Cook's Cabin on Apple Canyon Lake near Galena
Check out the April ACTS newsletter for a story about the retreat by participant Lydia Trevino!
Spirituals in Work and Worship
A forum was led by Carl Heine on March 15.
Here is a LINK to additional information for those interested or
who could not attend,
Our hymnal contains 15 traditional African American spirituals. As times have changed, so has the meaning of the original work songs, church songs, shouts and moans. Discover the heart and soul of spirituals through stories, singing and listening between the lines.
Mental Health Ministry Update
CLICK HERE for more information about St. Paul Mental Health Ministry
Our mental health support group meets the second Monday night in the Prisca room. We have changed the time to 6:30 to 8.
We are a confidential group who are here to support and listen. We have many brochures and resources outside the pastors offices. Books are also available there.
NAMI and DuPage County Health Department merger
DuPage County Health Department officials are unveiling plans to merge two mental health facilities into a new building on their Wheaton campus.
The proposed behavioral health services center would be constructed off Manchester Road on a vacant lot directly east of the health department's main building. It would allow for the consolidation of the department's Crisis Center in Lombard and its Transitional Services Center in Wheaton. CLICK HERE for more information