Confirmation Sunday was held on Sunday, June 28th. Our three confirmands were Caleb David Ethridge, Isabel Mela Rose Runkle, and Silas Levi Stapek. Please keep these young members in your prayers as they continue in their Christian faith in Christ Jesus.
Be faithful unto death and I will give you the crown of life. Revelation 2:10
For those who are unable to attend worship services on a regular basis, tune in to Main Street Living. This is an LCMS program that features pastors from the area, and is found on KDLT-Soux Falls. The first half hour is a reproduction of “This is the Life,” a Lutheran Hour Ministries program made popular in the 60s, 70s, and 80s. The second half hour is a modified Lutheran worship service, which is produced locally. This program is funded by viewers and others who want to keep the Gospel available.
July 5, 2020
10:00 AM-This is the Life-“The Reluctant Witness” An angler’s well planned fishing trip is interrupted when he becomes a witness to crime and struggles with the aftermath.
10:30 AM-Rev. Peter Utecht of Messiah Lutheran in Redfield and Redeemer Lutheran of Doland, SD presents the message “Proclaim Liberty throughout the Land” bases on selected versus form Matthew and Leviticus.
July 12, 2020
10:00 AM-This is the Life-“Harriet’s Wedding Day”-The storm precedes the calm when a groom nearly cancels wedding plans due to the fear of the unknown.
10:30 AM-Rev. James Wilshusen of Emanuel Lutheran in Sissiton and Zion Lutheran Waubay in SD, brings the message “I Want to go Home”. The sermon is based on Isaiah 55:10-13.
The Lutheran Hour:
“Perfection Welcomes Failure” (Rev. Dr. Michael Zeigler) God’s perfect standards are exceeded only by His perfect patience and forgiveness.
“Unhelmed” (Rev. Dr. Michael Zeigler) Are you living in the reality of life as it is right now, life as it will be, or somewhere in between? (Matthew 5:21-32).
Enjoy listening on WCCO 830AM at 6:05 am,
KDOM 1580 at 10:00 am or KDOM 94.3FM at
10:00 am, or listen anytime on their podcast.
continue downstairs in the Fellowship Hall. The basement has receive updated ceiling, walls, and flooring in many of the main rooms. Windows have undergone replacement with new thermal-barrier ones. We look forward to the completion of this anticipated project
We are happy to have spiritually served our High School Graduates during their elementary and high school years. We pray for them as the class of 2020 takes on new challenges in life They are:
daughter of Ted & Shontai Dierks
son of Nichole Blanchette
daughter of Neil & Wendy Frodermann
son of Troy & Elizabeth Stapek
The Women's Bible Study
that began in February here at St. Paul's has been cancelled until future notice. We encourage you to continue studying Scriptures through the Portals of Prayer or other devotional materials.
love us because of
we are of worth
- Martin Luther