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Wednesday Night Fellowship Meals Return!
On April 18, 25, May 2, 9, 16, and 23 we will continue our Wednesday Night Fellowship Meals.
More information is available by calling the church at 651-644-1421. The church entry, handicapped accessible with an elevator to the basement fellowship hall, is at 1566 Thomas in St. Paul
ABClass Walking Through the Bible; Come Along!
Prof. Craig Koester's insightful lectures on each Bible book via dvd are heard and discussed in the Adult Bible Class each Sunday at 11:30 a.m. following morning worship and coffee. Bring your coffee and join us around the table for good learning and discussion.
WOMEN'S BIBLE STUDY SET ON GOSPEL OF MARK
A women's Bible study on the Gospel of Mark will meet at 6:30 p.m. alternate Wednesdays beginning Jan. 24 in the lounge at Jehovah Lutheran Church, 1566 Thomas Avenue, St. Paul.
The basis for the sessions will be "The Gospel of Mark: The Jesus We’re Aching For" by Christian author Lisa Harper.
According to promotional material for the book, Mark "unveils a Jesus of unparalleled power and authority but also a Jesus of humility and love. And while this Jesus invites each of us into a greater story through His teachings, He demands we come as active participants. We must acknowledge Him, seek salvation in Him, and follow Him wherever He leads."
Sessions are free. Refreshments are provided. All are welcome.
TODDLER-CARE OPENINGS AVAILABLE AT CLS
Central Lutheran School has immediate openings in its new toddler program for children age 16-33 months. The toddler through 8th grade school at 775 N. Lexington Parkway offers the program for parents who want to go back to work or for other family situations.
More information is at www.clssp.org. Or you can email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 651-645-8649.
REFUGEES NEED SPRING, SUMMER CLOTHES
Jehovah Lutheran Church is gathering spring and summer clothing and household goods such as bedding, cookware and dishes for refugees from the Congo.
The church partners with CEEDS, the Center for Employment and Education Development Services (CEEDS), which helps refugees from the African nation enduring years of civil war.
Donors can leave items at the church's Donation Center, indoors to the left of the entry at 1566 Thomas in St. Paul. Bring items before or after worship at 10:15 a.m. Sundays, or call the church at 651-644-1421 to set up another drop-off time.
Thirty Bags of Clothing to Refugee Families
Your LUTHERAN Church on the Corner ...
A great place to Come and Grow together in Christ
Jehovah Lutheran Church at Snelling and Thomas Avenues