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st. Paul's is located at 61 church street

St. Paul's has been serving Teaneck for nearly a century!

JUNE 2018 at ST. PAUL’S

Dr. Gary C. LeCroy, Jr.  Pastor


Friday the 15th

Adult Forum in the Lounge 1:30pm


Sunday the 17th

FOURTH SUNDAY OF PENTECOST
Mark 4:26-34 --- Jesus frequently uses parables to teach ordinary people as they are able to hear and understand.  Images of sowing and growing show the vitality of God’s kingdom.

HOLY COMMUNION SERVICE   
8:30am in the Chapel (spoken)
10:30am in the Nave (sung)
Bill Goffi and George Shater, Musicians

BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONS


Tuesday the 19th

Bosnia IST 1st camp in Srebrenica, Republika Srpska


Wednesday the 20th

Bosnia IST 2nd camp in Gradacac, Bosnian Federation


Thursday the 21st

Bosnia IST 3rd camp in Kozarac, Republika Srpska


Friday the 22nd

Bosnia IST 4th camp in Jajce, Bosnian Federation

Adult Forum in the Lounge 1:30pm


Saturday the 23rd

Bosnia IST 5th camp in Šipovo, Republika Srpska


Sunday the 24th

JOHN THE BAPTIST
Mark 4: 35-41 --- Jesus’ calming of the storm on the sea reveals his power over evil, since the sea represents evil and chaos.  The boat on the sea is a symbol of the church and invites us to trust God amid life’s turbulence.

HOLY COMMUNION SERVICES
8:30am in the Chapel (spoken)
10:30am in the Nave (sung)
Karen Bartholomew, musician
11am: Farewell to Pastor Olsen at Trinity, Bogota

JAZZ IN THE SPIRIT 4:30pm


Monday the 25th

Bosnia IST 6th camp in Mostar, Hercegovina


Tuesday the 26th

Bosnia IST 7th camp in Sarajevo, Bosnian Federation


Friday the 29th

Adult Forum in the Lounge 1:30pm


JULY 2018 at ST. PAUL’S


Sunday the 1st

SIXTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST
Mark 5:21-43 --- Jairus, a respected leader begs Jesus to heal his daughter.  A woman with a hemorrhage is ritually unclean, treated as an outcast in Jewish society.  Both Jairus and the unnamed woman come to Jesus in faith, believing in his power to heal and bring life out of death.

HOLY COMMUNION SERVICE
8:30am in the Chapel (spoken)

SERVICE OF THE WORD
10:30am in the Nave (sung)
Bill Goffi and George Shater, Musicians

Friday the 6th

Adult Forum in the Lounge 1:30pm


Sunday the 8th

SEVENTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST
Mark 6:1-13 --- At home and abroad, Jesus and his disciples encounter resistance as they seek to proclaim God’s word and relieve affliction.

HOLY COMMUNION SERVICES 
8:30am in the Chapel (spoken)
10:30am in the Nave (sung)
Karen Bartholomew, musician

ANNUAL COMMUNITY PICNIC


Friday the 13th

Adult Forum in the Lounge 1:30pm


Sunday the 15th

EIGHTH SUNDAY OF PENTECOST
Mark 6: 14-29 --- As Jesus and his disciples begin to attract attention, Mark recalls the story of John the Baptist’s martyrdom.  Like John, Jesus and his disciples will also suffer at the hands of those opposed to the gospel of salvation.

HOLY COMMUNION SERVICE   
8:30am in the Chapel (spoken)
10:30am in the Nave (sung)
Bill Goffi and George Shater, Musicians

BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONS


Tuesday the 17th

Council Meeting in the Lounge 7:30pm


Friday the 20th

Adult Forum in the Lounge 1:30pm


Sunday the 22nd

NINTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST
Mark 6: 30-34, 53-56 --- When Jesus sent his disciples out to teach and heal, they ministered among large numbers of people.  Their work was motivated by Christ’s desire to be among those in need.

HOLY COMMUNION SERVICES
8:30am in the Chapel (spoken)
10:30am in the Nave (sung)
Karen Bartholomew, musician

CHURCH MUSIC SUNDAY                                   

JAZZ IN THE SPIRIT 4:30pm


Friday the 27th

Adult Forum in the Lounge 1:30pm


Sunday the 29th

TENTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST
John 6: 1-21 --- In John’s Gospel, the miracles of Jesus are called “signs”, because they reveal the true character of God. As such, they remain within the mystery of God and cannot be brought under human control.

HOLY COMMUNION SERVICES
8:30am in the Chapel (spoken)
10:30am in the Nave (sung)
Bill Goffi and George Shater, Musicians