UPDATED MAY 21st 2020
Psalms 121:7-8 The LORD will keep you from all harm— he will watch over your life; the LORD will watch over your coming and going both now and forevermore.
This is a great promise from God, that He will watch over His people as we come and go. As doors and businesses begin to open up a lot sooner than we had planned and we are free to “come and go” to them, God will watch over His people because He is a God who makes powerful promises like that and keeps them. He watches over us not only by protecting us but by giving us knowledge that protects us. God gives us common sense and the ability to make sense of the world in which we live. For example, we know God will watch over us as we “come and go” in our cars, yet we still we buckle up, because…. well… common sense given to us by God. Because of this, as we “come and go” to our indoor worship space, we’ll do so without fear and yet, at the same time, take common sense precautions.
Here is St. Paul’s: May 21st update st. Paul's
You can download’s St. Paul’s guidelines here.
Please bear in mind we are not forcing our members to go out. There are other worship options you are free to use.
Online Public Worship:
- Morrison Zion Lutheran’s Youtube channel (livestreaming: Sundays 9am Wednesdays 10am) Click here.
- St John Maribel Youtube channel Click here
- Messiah in Bellevue: http://messiahgb.org/
- St. Paul’s Lutheran in Appleton: 1280AM Sundays @ 8:00am
- Since the safer-at-home order continues through May has been lifted earlier than expected, I will not make a DVD of a services. It is my prayer you can worship with us in person or in your car.
Private communion is still offered,
If you, like some, still desire to receive private communion, I am ready and willing to serve. Call my cell (920.632.8632) and set up a time and day. We can meet in your home, in the church sanctuary (groups under 10), or even at a picnic table.
One last note about quarterly meetings and lawn mowing:
At our last Council meeting, we awarded the lawn mowing contract to Max Schroeder. Now that the safer-at-home order has been lifted, we could have a quarterly meetings again. Stay tuned for when that will be.