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.
(Both in-church and drive-in
opportunities will be
available EVERY Sunday)
 
Communion 1st and 3rd
Sundays of the month
 
Sunday School & Youth Bible Study
9:00am - 9:45am
 

 

  NOTE:

The latest issue of the
Carillion is posted under
the above tab "Church >Carillon".
 
 

 

 
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 Christian Resources For You!

http://www.lhm.org

http://www.lutheranchurchcharities.org

http://issuesetc.org/

http://higherthings.org/


 

Pray Every Day
+ Prayer List +
 

Our World – That we may have unity. Especially during this time that St. Paul’s is without a Pastor, evil has darkened our world, we may be filled with doubts and lose our way. Remind us to look to you for Hope and To Be Our Guide, so that our actions, words and deeds demonstrate our love for all people.
 

St. Paul’s Pastoral Vacancy – The ‘call’ is a Divine process.  Give us patience and continue to remind us that it will be in YOUR timing that St. Paul’s will have a permanent Pastor if it is YOUR will.

 

 Our Ill at Home or in Hospitals

Denise Aurelio, Cindy Bellamy,

Woody Bloom, Marianne Bodtke,

Ralph Dandino, Joan Davis, Natalie Dickey

 Dale Graham, Beverly Heft,

Ricky Howell, Dale Jacobs,

Carol Johnson, Dorothy Krotke,

Walli Mayer, Norma Oswald,

Simone Outten, Bonnie Parsons,

Blair Priebe, Charles Roseborough,

Darlene Seay,  Roland Tucker,

Bonnie Umland, Cindy Vinicky


Our Ill at Home or in Hospitals
Our Shut-Ins & Caregivers   

 

 

 

WORDS AND WORKS

 

 

 

LENTEN/EASTER  SERVICE INFORMATION:   For the six weeks of Lent, we have looked into the rich and diverse aspects of our Lord’s love for us, shown most clearly in the life, suffering, death and resurrection of Jesus.  Each service focuses specifically on a meaningful description of God’s love for us as it is shown us in to the words and actions of our Lord who is God’s love incarnate come down from heaven to save us.   The schedule is as follows:

 

 

Apr 1   @ 2:00 pm      Maundy Thursday w/Holy Communion “Selfless Love”

Apr 2   @ 2:00 pm      Good Friday “Sacrificial Love”

Apr 4   @ 10:00 am    Easter (Pastor Bottorff will be leading this service w/Holy

                                 Communion and his wife, Marilyn, playing the piano)

 

RECEIVERS FOR THE HEARING-IMPAIRED:  Devices are available for those who would like to use them for in-church services.  Ask an Usher or Elder for assistance in obtaining one.

 

ALTAR GUILD NEWS:    To dedicate flowers on the Altar, please contact Marilyn Harris by phone or text at 708-533-5467, or email: marilynharris030@gmail.com.   Also, please note that dedications may be made months in advance.

 

SUNDAY SCHOOL & YOUTH BIBLE STUDY:     Children from 3 years old thru 6th grade are invited to join us for Sunday School 9:00 – 9:45 AM in the Ladies Parlor and gym.  CDC guidelines will be followed.  Masks and social distancing are required.  Snacks will not be served, but you are welcome to bring your own water.  Tables and rooms will be sanitized before and after class.

 

MARCH CARILLON:  The April edition is available in the Narthex. Please take a copy.

 

SHUT-IN COMMUNION:  If you are, or know someone in your family or neighbor/friend, who are staying home on Sundays due to the Virus, and would like communion,  please contact Head Elder, Douglas Rebeck, and we'll see what we can do to help you out.  Call Doug at 708 244-9424 or e-mail him at douglasrebeck@comcast.net

 

WORSHIP SERVICE DVD INFORMATION:  We record the service every Sunday.  If you would like a DVD, we could deliver it to you or have it sent.  Please leave a message in the church office to make such a request.

 

KEEPING SAFE FROM THE VIRUS:  Please wear your masks when in the building.  This includes during the week.  Whether in the church or the church office, masks must be properly worn (covering the nose and mouth)...it not only protects the person wearing it, but even more, it protects those you come in contact with.  We need to work together on being careful and healthy.