St. Paul's Evangelical
Lutheran
 Church 

330 Highland Drive
Chicago Heights, Illinois 60411

Church Office: 708-754-4493

We go forward in Witness, Mercy, Life Together.


 
 
Sunday Worship Service
10:00 a.m.
 
 Sunday Adult Fellowship/Bible Study  
9:00 a.m.

Sunday Youth Bible Study
9:00 a.m.

Sunday School
 9:00 a.m.

Monday Evening
Worship Service
7:00 pm
 
Come and Worship with Us!
 

 Christian Resources For You!

http://issuesetc.org/

http://higherthings.org/


 

 

Image result for IN OUR PRAYERS CLIPART 

+ Prayer List +
  
(Please keep the following individuals in your prayers.)

For the family of Mabelle Owen, who passed away on Saturday, May 12.  The Owen
family had been members of St. Paul’s for many years and she was our choir director.

For the family of Tom Stiso (parents Thomas and Jeni, sisters Carli and Cori and
grandparents, Carol and Kenneth Schultz), who passed away on Monday, May 14.

Our President and Leaders; Our Nation and those serving
in the Armed Forces.
   
Our Ill at Home or in Hospitals

Cindy Bellamy, Katelyn Bellamy, Fred Bernard, Marianne Bodtke,
Mackenzie Burright, Ralph Dandino, Joan Davis, Grace Doyle, Cheryl Earp,
Irv Eiskamp, Diane Goers, Heather Holtz, Pat Holtz, Wally Holtz,
Rick Hughes, Janet Jackubowski, Dale Jacobs, Delores Karstensen,
Ruth Kranz, Dorothy Krotke, Norma Oswald, Leonard Parsons,
William and Josephine Pechnik, Peg Schultz, Cindy Siefker,
Barb Tucker, Bonnie Umland, Kathy VanNess,
Jake Wald, Joseph Zeibert

Our Shut-Ins & Caregivers
 

 

            + Words and Works +

DEACONESS KATELYN FAREWELL LUNCHEON on Sunday, May 20 after Worship Svc. in the Gym.

PRAY FOR OUR MISSIONARIES: We pray especially for those serving our Lord in Mexico. The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod began work in Mexico in 1940. In 1987, the LCMS began mercy work in Mexico with a grant for earthquake relief. Since then, dozens of grants have supported human care and disaster response efforts. Most recently, the LCMS provided funding for food and clothing, debris removal, and building repairs after Hurricane Jemina in 2009. For a number of years, LCMS congregations and ministries have worked along the 2,000-mile U.S./Mexico border. The LCMS has sent several long-term missionaries to serve with Yselta Lutheran Mission in El Paso, Texas, an LCMS Recognized Service Organization, which operates programs serving border towns and hosts hundreds of LCMS short-term volunteers on servant event trips to these towns. CAN-DO Missions, an LCMS mission society, and Children Christian Concern's Society, an LCMS Recognized Service Organization, also work in Mexico. The Lutheran Synod of Mexico has grown to a baptized membership of more than 1,000 in 20 congregations and preaching stations with a national staff of 12 pastors, lay preachers and other staff. The church operates seven theological education centers, a medical dispensary, and a primary school. May God continue to bless the work of His people in Mexico!

LIFE EVERLASTING: The promises of our Risen Savior are fulfilled for Mr. Thomas Stiso who finished his pilgrimage on Monday, May 14 at an age of 29 years. We will celebrate God’s grace and Thomas’ life with Christ on Monday, May 21. Now may our Lord give comfort and healing to his family and strengthen the faith of all of us. Amen.

WEDDING INVITATION  As announced at the Voter's Meeting, Deaconess Katelyn Hansen and her fiancé, David Strucely, would like to invite the members and staff of St. Paul's to their upcoming wedding, June 9th at 2:00 pm held at Trinity Lutheran Church, Freistatt, MO. However, they know Missouri is too far for many to travel so they would also like to extend an invitation to celebrate their marriage at their picnic reception June 23rd from 2:00-6:00 pm at Mitchell Park in Milwaukee, WI. You may see the invitation in the narthex for more information. Please RSVP to Deaconess Katelyn as soon as you can and please keep their upcoming marriage in your prayers.

Rummage Sale Schedule

Drop Off Dates                           Set Up Date               Rummage Sale Hours

Thurs., May 31  12 - 4 pm    Thurs., May 31  12 - 4 pm    Thurs., June 7  9 am-3 pm
Fri., June 1        3 - 6 pm                                               Fri., June 8      9 am-3 pm
Sat., June 2       10 am - 1 pm                                        Sat., June 9     9 am-Noon
Sun., June 3      after service                                          Noon - ?  Pack up
Mon., June 4      4 - 7 pm
Tues., June 5     10 am - 1 pm
Wed., June 6     10 am - 3 pm

No donations accepted after 3 pm on Wednesday, June 6.  Only items in clean and working condition.  There will be a hot dog stand at the sale run by the Altar Guild.

SCRIP ORDERS will be accepted on Sunday, May 20th. Those attending service on Monday, May 21 may leave your check [payable to St. Paul’s Ev. Lutheran]  and order form in the church office. Cards ordered this weekend will be available next weekend. Vendor/Order sheets are in the narthex.  Next Orders will be accepted JUNE 3/4. SPECIAL OFFERS THIS WEEK: Albertson’s (aka Jewel-Osco)  5% rebate vs. the typical 4%! Other specials include-Boston Market 14% rebate instead of 12% and Shutterfly (create photo albums, etc.) 11% vs 9%! Gift cards are great gift ideas for graduates-especially those going to college, weddings, baby showers; Spring cleaning and SPRING FLOWERS! Barnes & Noble COLLEGE runs over 700 college book stores. - Give a Barnes & Noble COLLEGE Card to help your loved one buy their text books or school swag and St. Paul’s earns an 8% Rebate! All students love treats from Dunkin Donuts (3% rebate) or Starbucks (7% rebate). Doing Spring cleaning, purchasing flowers- consider Home Depot (4% rebate), Menards (3% rebate).  For any questions contact Maria Bunte, Judith Cohrs, or Pam Meyer.  Thank You for your continued support to St. Paul’s.

ALTAR FLOWERS:  To dedicate flowers on the Altar for June, please contact Marilyn Harris phone or text 708-533-5467; or email marilynharris030@gmail.com.

DEVOTIONAL MATERIALS AND MAGAZINES are needed for our ministry to nursing homes.

ICE CREAM SOCIAL hosted by Park Forest and Matteson Historical Societies on Sunday, May 20 at 2:30 pm at Park Forest Village Hall, 350 Victory Blvd., Park Forest.

THE COMMUNITY INFORMATION BULLETIN BOARD is across from the copy room.  New information is posted weekly concerning events and opportunities in our area.

 THIS WEEK AT A GLANCE

SATURDAY, MAY 19
1 - 3 pm - S.P.A.C.E. Open Gym

SUNDAY, MAY 20   (DAY OF PENTECOST)
9 am - Bible Study/Coffee Hour - Youth Bible Study - Sunday School
10 am - Worship Service with Communion
Sermon:       “Spirit Filled!”        (Acts 2:1-4)
Deaconess Katelyn Farewell Luncheon after Worship Service - Gym

MONDAY, MAY 21
10 am - Funeral Service for Thomas Stiso
7 pm - Worship Service with Communion

WEDNESDAY, MAY 23
7 pm - Choir

SUNDAY, MAY 27  (THE HOLY TRINITY)
NO Bible Study/Coffee Hour
10 am - Worship Service with Communion