ARTISANS OF ST. PAUL: On March 29, at 7 p.m. in the lounge, come to a photography workshop and enhance your photographic skills. Learn to design and create a better photograph by using visualization techniques and elements of design. Also learn to control your camera settings to achieve a better photograph. You will also arrange and design a still life to photograph and compete for the coveted 1st annual St. Paul Shutterbug Award. Please bring your camera!
FAIR TRADE COFFEES and chocolates are coming! We will be selling them again this year in the narthex the first three weeks in April. Any profits will be donated to Lutheran charities.
VOLUNTEERS FOR LITITZ MEALS on Wheels prepare and deliver approximately 50 meals daily, Monday thru Friday, to shut-ins residing within the Warwick School District. Drivers are currently needed for certain days of the week, or to substitute from time to time for regular drivers. Meal deliveries begin at 11am and are divided into four routes covering Brickerville, Rothsville, Kissel Hill and Lititz Borough. If you could help with this important service or would like more details, contact driver coordinator, Debby Pegg at 201-2690 (cell) or 627-2559.
TO CELEBRATE ST. PAUL Christian Child Care Center’s 26th birthday, St. Paul CCCC will be collecting presents for Caitlin’s Smiles, which is an organization that creates “Bags of Smiles” for children who are in the hospital. The organization was founded by Cheryl Hornung who lost her daughter in 2000 to a malignant brain tumor. Her daughter loved arts and crafts and Cheryl had already purchased birthday and Christmas presents for her before she passed. She took those presents and donated them to Penn State Children’s Hospital. Cheryl saw how happy it made the children to receive these little gifts. That was what encouraged her to start Caitlin’s Smiles. St. Paul CCCC will be collecting items through the month of March. There will be a collection birthday bag in the narthex. Items we are looking to collect are: Books, Crayons, Journals, Sticker books, Coloring books, Play dough, and any other items that a child can do in his/her hospital bed. Thank you! What a difference a smile makes…….☺
BRIDGE OF HOPE of Lancaster and Chester Counties welcomes spring at its Garden Luncheon at The Eden resort & Suites, Saturday, April 9, 11:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Enjoy a silent auction with gardening items, lunch and local artist Liz Hess speaking on “Sprinkled with Grace and Red Umbrellas.” Liz, known for her Red Umbrella series, owns Liz Hess Gallery on Lancaster City’s Gallery Row. For reservations, call 717-394-7406 ext 106 or visit the website at
LENTEN BIBLE STUDY on Mondays is led by Dave Althouse and is held in the lounge at 11:15 a.m. The Lenten Bible Study on Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m. is led by Pastor Gable in the lounge. Anyone is welcome to join them for the next 3 weeks.
WORLD HUNGER: If you would like to contribute to ELCA World Hunger, please pick up a collection box in the narthex. Donations will be collected on Palm Sunday. Checks may also be made out to “St. Paul Ev. Lutheran Church” with the memo “ELCA World Hunger”. Place checks in Sunday offering or bring on Palm Sunday.
ANNUAL PANCAKE BREAKFAST: Sunday April 17 (Palm Sunday). The youth attending the LutheranHands Mission Trip to Nashville this summer are sponsoring their pancake breakfast from 7 am. - 10:30 am. in the social hall. Suggested donations are $5 for adults, $2 for ages 4-10yrs. And under 4 yrs. - free. Sign up in the narthex under the pancake poster. Supplemental funds provided by Thrivent Financial for Lutherans.
SOUP SALE: Sunday April 10 in the narthex at both services. $5 per quart. Donations will be used for the mission trip to Nashville. Supplemental funds provided by Thrivent Financial for Lutherans.
EASTER EGG HUNT - The Jr. And Sr. High youth will be sponsoring an Easter egg hunt for all children ages 2 yrs. - 6th grade on Sat. April 23 at the church. Age groups will be divided and given an egg hunt and other activities starting at 10 am. We will meet in the social hall - rain or shine. Join us for the fun!
SPRING CHURCH GROUNDS CLEANUP: The Property Committee is holding its annual spring church grounds cleanup on Saturday, April 2 from 8 AM - 12 PM. This is a special cleanup to make our church look its best for St. Paul Lititz's 125th Anniversary. Please bring yourself and whatever yard and garden tools that you think will be useful. If you are unable to make this date and time, feel free to offer whatever help you can at a time that suits you. Just get in touch with Ray Letteer and he'll let you know what needs to be done. If you adopted a bed last year, please continue to make it your personal offering to the upkeep and beautification of the church. If you are interested in adopting a bed to care for, we do have spaces available, please contact Jim Hovan (firstname.lastname@example.org or 717.626-0348) for more information. Thanks in advance for your help.
CHURCH SPRING CLEANING: The Property Committee is interested in organizing a work crew to give the inside of the church a thorough cleaning to prepare it for St. Paul Lititz's 125th Anniversary. We are in need of an organizer and volunteers to form a work crew that can put in some time when convenient to put a nice shine on our church building. If interested, please contact Jim Hovan (email@example.com or 717.626-0348) by April 17th.
MEN’S BREAKFAST/ BIBLE STUDY will take place on Saturday April 2nd at Brickerville United Lutheran Church. Breakfast starts at 7a.m. followed by a study session led by Pastor Straw. All men are invited to attend.
THE SPRING MEETING of the Lutheran Historical Society of Lancaster County will be held Sunday, April 10 at 3:00 p.m. at Zion Lutheran Church, 18 Quarry Rd., Leola. The Rev. Newell Embley will present a history of Zion Church. A short business meeting and refreshments follow.
LCO SINGLES will be meeting at the White Swan fireside lounge on Friday April 15 at 6 p.m. The White Swan is on Newport Road in Rothsville. Call Kathy if you are planning to attend or need more information 468-7582. LCO Singles is for folks 25 and up who would like to enjoy fellowship and fun with others.