Newsletter Renamed

Notice anything different?  The Circuit Writer has just been posted to the webpage.  The name change reflects the addition of Glenwood, New Salem, and Wesley United Methodist Churches to the St Paul’s charge.  Pastor Roy is now covering a four-point charge with the addition of Rebecca Milne at his side.  The hope is that news from all four churches will be reflected in the Circuit Writer newsletter.  It is important for you, the members of these churches, to get information to the St Paul’s office by the 15th of each month either via email ( stpaulsrushville@gmail.com ) or by mail.  The newsletter is under the media tab each month.

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Gleaners

Gleaners Mobile Pantry will be in Milroy this Saturday, September 1st between 10:00 am and 12:00. This will be the last Milroy distribution this year.
Gleaners will visit Rushville on Sept 10th due to Labor Day.
Please remember to bring your own boxes or containers.

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Welcome Pastor Rebecca!

St. Paul’s is now part of a Four-Point Charge.  What does that mean?  St Paul’s will join with Wesley UMC, New Salem UMC, and Glenwood UMC to share Pastor Roy in supporting the congregations and in worship.  The plus side of this change is we all gained Rebecca Milne as part of our congregations.  Roy and Rebecca will team up to alternate churches monthly.  The pairing is Wesley and St Paul’s or Glenwood and New Salem. Rebecca is at St Paul’s for the month of August.  See the Epistle to learn more about Rebecca. 

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Support Kids!

LAST OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE YOUR DONATIONS
We have been focusing on supplies that several teachers have said are most needed.
They are:
  • Boxes of Jumbo Crayons and Boxes of 24 Crayons
  • Non-permanent Markers
  • Boxes of Colored Pencils
  • Big Pink Erasers
  • Pencil Top Erasers
  • Black Dry Erase Markers
  • Wide Ruled Paper Packs
  • College Ruled Paper Packs
  • Regular Pencils and Mechanical Pencils
  • Black, Red, Blue Pens
  • Plastic Art Boxes for the young kids
  • We will be ordering Inexpensive Ear Buds

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Celebrate your freedom

July-Hot-Messages

Celebrate your freedom

Date / Sunday: July 1 – Independence Sunday

Alternate Scripture: Galatians 5:13-15

Sermon Scripture: Matthew 22:15-22

Title / Theme: Should We Have Separation of Church and State?

 

Date / Sunday: July 8

Alternate Scripture: 2 Corinthians 12:2-10

Sermon Scripture: Mark 6:6b-13

Title / Theme: Our Mission: Thorns and All

Date / Sunday: July 15 Bring a Friend Sunday

Alternate Scripture:

Sermon Scripture:

Title / Theme:  I Made it Through by Jr Williams~Bring a Friend!

 

Date / Sunday: July 22

Alternate Scripture: Isaiah 9:6

Sermon Scripture: 1 Corinthians 12:27-31

Title / Theme: Is God Welcome?

Date / Sunday: July 29

Alternate Scripture: Psalm 14

Sermon Scripture: Matthew 13:54-58

Title / Theme: Starting with Prayer

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Summer Sermons

June 3
What Is the Sabbath All About?
2 Corinthians 4:5-12
Mark 2:23-3:6
 
June 10
Take a Walk with Me
Joshua 1:1-111
Luke 14:7-14
John 13:3-20
Matthew 28:1-20
 
June 17
Father’s Day
VBS Program:  Camp Edge
 
June 24
 
 

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Messages of Spring (April & May)

Date / Sunday: April 8 –
Guest speaker-Mike Bare
 
 

April 15 – 3rd Sunday of Easter

Alternate Scripture: Acts 4:32-35

Sermon Scripture: Luke 24:36-49

Title / Theme: What Jesus Said … What it means today

 

April 22 – 4th Sunday of Easter

Alternate Scripture: 1 John 3:16-24

Sermon Scripture: John 10:11-18

Title / Theme: The Good Shepherd and the Hired Hand

Audio

 
April 29 – Youth Sunday – 5th Sunday of Easter

Watch our youth lead us. Video 1  Video 2 Video 3

May 6 – 6th Sunday of Easter

Alternate Scripture: Acts 10:44-48

Sermon Scripture: John 15:9-17

Title / Theme: The Gospel For All

Audio

May 13 – 7th Sunday of Easter – Mother’s Day

Alternate Scripture: Proverbs 31:10-31

Sermon Scripture: Matthew 19:13-15

Title / Theme: Mom’s Blessing

 

May 20 – Pentecost-Graduation Sunday

Alternate Scripture: Romans 8:22-27

Sermon Scripture: Acts 2:1-21

Title / Theme: Let’s Get Fired Up!!!

May 27 – Trinity Sunday – Memorial Sunday

Alternate Scripture: Psalm 29

Sermon Scripture: John 1:1-5

Title / Theme: Are We “In the Word”?
 
 

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Lenten Lessons from the Pulpit

Date / Sunday: Mar 4 – 3rd Sunday in Lent – Support the Church – Gifts

Alternate Scripture: Leviticus 27:30-34 / Exodus 25:1-8

Sermon Scripture: Mark 12:38-44

Title / Theme: Being a Blessing
 

Date / Sunday: Mar 11 – 4th Sunday in Lent – Support the Church – Service

Alternate Scripture: Romans 12:9-21

Sermon Scripture: Mark 10:35-45

Title / Theme: Blessing Others
 
Date / Sunday: Mar 18 – 5th Sunday in Lent – Support the Church – Witness

Alternate Scripture: Matthew 9:35-38 / Matthew 28:18-20

Sermon Scripture: Romans 10:9-15

Title / Theme: Reaching Across the Chasm

 

CANCELLED DUE TO WEATHER

Date / Sunday: Mar 25 – Palm Sunday

Proclamation Scripture: Mark 11:1-11

Alternate Scripture: Philippians 2:5-11

Sermon Scripture: Mark 15

Title / Theme: From Palms to Passion

 

Date / Sunday: April 1 – Easter

Alternate Scripture: Acts 10:34-43

Sermon Scripture: John 20:1-18

Title / Theme: This is Not an April Fools Joke

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February Love from the Pulpit

 Feb 4 – A Service Of Healing

Alternate Scripture: James 5:14-16

Sermon Scripture: Mark 1:29-39

Title / Theme: You Too Can Be Healed
Partial audio
 
ICE CANCELLATION 
Feb 11 – Transfiguration of the Lord – Scout Sunday

Alternate Scripture: 1 John 3:16-24

Sermon Scripture: Mark 9:2-8

Title / Theme: Changing for the Better

 

Feb 14 – Ash Wednesday

Feb 18 – 1st Sunday in Lent – Support the Church – Prayers

Alternate Scripture: James 5:7-20

Sermon Scripture: Ephesians 6:10-20

Title / Theme: This is a Perfect Time to Pray

 

Feb 25 – 2nd Sunday in Lent – Support the Church – Presence

Alternate Scripture: John 5:1-9

Sermon Scripture: Matthew 5:13-16

Title / Theme: Showing Up Matters


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How do we at St Paul’s Connect?
 
There are always interesting things going on at our church, but do you know about them?  How do you find out about activities?  How do you communicate?  Do you follow posts on email, blogs, and/or newsletters?  Do you use a smartphone or your computer or both?  These are ways of communicating and we need to learn more about them and get better at connecting with our church family.  Maybe this will take off and we can get some good ideas and create a following. Our app works so that you may also follow us that way. 
Blessings!
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