St Paul – A Small Congregation with a Mighty Mission – Inviting all who seek Christ to come and be fed!


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November 1, 2020 – Mathew 5:1-12

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Hello Everyone
Church Reopening.


Welcome Back Happy 4th of July

ST. Paul Outdoor Worship Service on

Sunday, July 12 at 9:00 a.m.

Dear Members of St. Paul ,

A small group of us have been meeting to plan our return to worship services.

On Sunday, July 12 at 9:00 a.m., we will have an outdoor worship service in the parking lot of the church. If there is a chance of rain or excessive heat, we will postpone the service to the following Sunday, July 19. A decision about that will be made by early morning on Saturday, July 11. After our first service, we will evaluate how often it will make sense to have an outdoor worship service.

Please plan to bring a lawn chair to worship–and don’t worry, if you don’t have one, we will have some extra chairs. Worship will look a little different in order for us to adhere to the recommendations from the State of CT and the CDC; however, it will be so good to worship together!

Everyone must have a mask. To wear a mask properly, an individual’s nose and mouth should be covered. We will have a mask for you if you do not have one.

Please practice social distancing (6ft. apart) at all times. While this will be difficult, this means we will have chalk marks on the pavement to comply with this. Please stay in that spot during our entire service. Once the worship service is over, we will have you go directly to your car.

The church building is closed; however, you are able to use the bathroom. Only one person will be able to use the bathroom at a time.

If you are not feeling well, we ask that you stay at home.

Worship will continue to be available on-line for those unable to attend. On-line worship will also be the backup plan in case inclement weather forces the cancellation of outdoor service.

We hope you’ll plan to join us for worship on July 12! Thank you!

Reopening Team,

Rev. Kim, Linda C., Carolyn C. Carolyn and Frank P, Dave S, AJ and Louise, Sue M, Jeff S., Norma and Don T. Marsha and Buddy J.

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Prayer List

Mary Lynn Gagnon Arlene Malena Karen DiTomasso
Anita DiVita Shirley Ekstrom Mark DellaVecchia
Terry Luther Alice Colburn Valerie Francis
Jerry Fedorovich Laurie Colburn Bruce Thorrtenson
Charlie Gray Eileen Turner Ed Bartis
Sharon Gray Bob Johnson Skip Henke
Alexis Sharp Gene Bald Mia Devine
Ann Schultz Cesar Deleon Mena Teresa Brauer
Haley Mitnick Phyllis Cote Judy Ford
Kerry Ekstrom Matt Bendzinski Chuck Ford

Bold names are members, non-bold names are Non-members.

 Also, victims of disaster and those affected by and serving in wars, and all those we name aloud or in our hearts before you now.

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Please note: We stand with many in the faith community – including His Holiness  Pope Francis, The Dali Lama, Presiding ELCA Bishop Elizabeth Eaton – who are calling us to remember that we who call ourselves Christian are not to condemn another because of their faith or ethnicity. As a nation of immigrants, we proudly endorse the heritage of this land, proclaiming with Emma Lazurus the words emblazoned on the Statue of Liberty:

Not like the brazen giant of Greek fame,

With conquering limbs astride from land to land;

Here at our sea-washed, sunset gates shall stand

A mighty woman with a torch, whose flame

Is the imprisoned lightning, and her name

Mother of Exiles. From her beacon-hand

Glows world-wide welcome; her mild eyes command

The air-bridged harbor that twin cities frame.

“Keep ancient lands, your storied pomp!” cries she

With silent lips. “Give me your tired, your poor,

Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free,

The wretched refuse of your teeming shore.

Send these, the homeless, tempest-tost to me,

I lift my lamp beside the golden door!”


Notice: Pledges (time, financial gifts and your personal talents) allow the church some idea of what we may plan for the future. Pledges may be mailed in to 134 Main Street Terryville CT 06786 Attn: Finance, dropped in the offering plate or communicated to the staff. Remember God only asks for 10% off the top – won’t you consider tithing this year?



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St Paul Luther Church Christmas Season December  2019


Saint Lucinda Sunday 2nd week in Advent



Christmas Eve 2019

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Aug. 16, 2015 – St Paul served 110 people at Cathedral of the night, click on this link for pictures…

Cathedral Of the Night

St Paul children’s dowel team in action, click here


Confirmation Food Drive


Annual Meeting


“Never be afraid to trust an unknown future to a known God.”
Corrie ten Boom

Our Advent altar

Members color in our Advent banner


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