For those who are unable to attend
worship services on a regular basis,
tune in to Main Street Living.
Main Street Living is an LCMS televised program that features a remastered segment of the TV program “This is the Life” followed by a worship service by pastors from our area. It can be found on KDLT television Sioux Falls at 10 a.m. on Sunday morning or online anytime at mainstreetliving.com.
May 2, 2021
10:00 AM-This is the Life “A Dream of His Own”- A father and son are at odds when the construction company will evict an Indian family.
10:30 AM-The message is delivered by Rev. Scott Sailer, President, of the South Dakota District of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod. The sermon, “Fruitful Branches of the Vine Divine”, is based on John 15:1-8.
May 9, 2021
10:00 AM-This is the Life-“A Will to Live”-A man leaves a large portion of his money to the church and hospital, then has his will contested by relatives.
10:30 AM-Rev. Peter Kurowski, pastor at Zion Lutheran Church in Canistota and St. John Lutheran in Montrose, SD presents the day’s message “The Flagpole of Salvation”. The scripture base for the message is Numbers 21:8.
May 16, 2021
10:00 AM-This is the Life-“Home Free”-A family learns the real meaning of love and that it comes free.
10:30 AM-The message is given by Rev. Levi Wilms from St. John’s Lutheran Church in Yankton, SD. “A FULL Ministry” has its scripture basis in
10:00 AM-This is the Life-“Man in the Middle”-Two Men are left with a “secret” when one reveals he has terminal cancer.
10:30 AM-Rev. Iver Possehl of Mt. Olive Lutheran Church in Watertown, SD presents the message “We Hear the Mighty Works of God”. He bases the message on Acts 2: 1-21.
May 30, 2021
10:00 AM-This is the Life-“Return Trip”-The modern day story of a prodigal daughter.
10:30 AM- Rev. Bret Bierman, pastor at St. John, St. Paul in the Aberdeen area, and Trinity Lutheran in Mansfield, SD presents the message “Incomprehensible” based on
For more information go to the web site: www.mainstreetliving.com.
The Lutheran Hour:
The Lutheran Hour has now been on the air for 90 years. With its first broadcast on October 3, 1930, it is the longest-running Christian broadcast in the world. The Lutheran Hour has touched lives and nurtured God's children with an unchanging message of hope nd forgiveness through Jesus Christ. We give all praise and glory to God for this life-changing ministry.May 9
(Speaker: Rev. Dr. Michael Zeigler) A preacher who gets upset when people take his message seriously – that’s the story of Jonah.
(Speaker: Rev. Dr. Michael Zeigler) Speaking out against the prevailing culture might prompt ridicule but it could also produce repentance. (Jonah 3)
Enjoy listening to the Lutheran Hour Sundays on WCCO 830AM at 6:05am, KDOM 1580AM 10:00am or KDOM 94.3FM at 10:00am.
“To gather with
in united adoration
of the Father
is as necessary
to the Christian life
- Martin Luther
Subscribe or renew your subscription to The Lutheran Witness! This monthly official periodical of our synod communicates more than just topical information. The issues and Bible studies help support your faith and Christian life. Order through May 25th. Checks for $19.68 may be made payable to St. Paul’s Lutheran Church. Copies of past issues are available for study in the church library.
Current Church Events Study are held on Tuesdays at 9:30 am. It will meet in the Fellowship Hall, with social distancing in place. If you are “COVID cautious”, but would like to read through the stories, contact the church office for them to be placed in your church mailbox.
Women’s Bible Study:
. . . will be held on the evening of May 24th at 7 pm in the church basement. We are studying “Demystifying the Proverbs 31 Woman”. We meet on the 1st & 4th Mondays of the month. Come to enjoy fellowship with women of all ages!
Contact Tiffany Gehl with any additional questions.