OCTOBER 16, 2020
Thank you for being patient with our new normal. Thank you for RSVPing for worship. Know that if you forget, will make room for you anyways.
8AM for traditional liturgical worship
9:30AM for blended liturgical worship with more contemporary music. The Drive in option will also be available on 89.5. We will reserve parking spaces for those who RSVP for 9:30 Drive In worship
11AM for Contemporary worship on even numbered Sundays and Simply Worship on odd Sundays
Cowboy worship is our plan for 5th Sundays at all services
Virtual worship will continue to be available as well, posted each Sunday morning at: https://www.stpaulsinhanover.org/worship/virtual
RSVPs will be necessary for the indoor so we can manage the numbers and properly social distance in our spaces. You may RSVP for Sunday’s service starting on the Monday of each week. We can fit 48 people in the sanctuary and 50 people in the fellowship hall. Both spaces will be available for each service. There are a few ways to RSVP; you will need to provide the service time, the space you prefer (if available), and the number of worshipers.
An email reminder will be sent out each Monday to RSVP for the upcoming week. RSVP by:
Text WORSHIP to 763-220-8488 and follow the link
Online by following this link
By calling Dawn in the church office at 763-498-8311
Email Dawn at email@example.com
If you have any questions do not hesitate to give us a call. Have a great weekend!!
If my People Pray
Each Sunday, we pray for our country but additionally, as we approach the elections, it feels like extra prayer is in order. We have 40 copies of a prayer devotional called If my People Pray. This booklet will guide you through 40 days of prayer, plus provide seven prayers from past presidents, inspired during some of our country’s hardest days. If you are interested, you may pick up this devotional during the weekday office hours, or on Sunday mornings.
Max and True Hope Ukraine
Help Max and True Hope Ukraine provide blankets, twin sheets, towels and men’s socks for Ukraine's orphans and disadvantaged. Fleece blankets are best because they are light and easy to ship. Any bed size is fine. Please only new or very slightly used donations; warm stocking hats and gloves (no thin stretchy ones) are always needed too. Again, new is best. A box for collection is in the narthex hallway until Sunday, October 18. Prayers welcome year round!
The GriefShare Support
NEW DAY & TIME-The GriefShare Support group will begin on Saturday, October 31 from 9-11am in the Library. GriefShare offers help and encouragement after the death of a spouse, child, family member or friend. The cost is $20 to cover materials; scholarships are available. Register by calling the church office or by clicking this link:
St. Paul’s Resources
763-498-8311—Leave a message on the church phone. Messages will be checked multiple times a day during normal office hours
612-440-5830—Pastoral Care emergency phone number
Prayer requests—Email firstname.lastname@example.org and prayer requests will be sent to pastors and the prayer chain 763-498-0086—Please call the Food Shelf for food assistance during office hours
Wright County Resources
co.wright.mn.us/948/resources—this is a local resource listing that is updated as often as possible
763-682-7607— call or text the Wright County COVID-19 hotline with questions