St. Paul's Evangelical

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 Services
7:00 p.m.
Come and Worship with Us!

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+ Prayer List +

(Please keep the following individuals in your prayers.)

Baptism of Adalyn Grace Toepfer, daughter of Laurence III and Candice Toepfer
nee Robinson

 Our Government Leaders
Our nation and those serving in the Armed Forces

Our ill at Home or in Hospital:

Kirby Allen, Marianne Bodtke, Steve Braun, Mackenzie Burright,
Ralph Dandino, Joan Davis, Gay Dehning, Irv Eiskamp,
Heather Holtz, Pat Holtz, Wally Holtz, Janet Jackubowski, Betty Kregel,
Dorothy Krotke, Maria Mankiewicz, Hugh McGourty, Barb Tucker,
Bonnie Umland, Joseph Zeibert

Our Shut-Ins & Caregivers



+ Words and Works +

BAPTIZED ON JUNE 25 AFTER THE 10:00 SERVICE is Adalyn Grace Toepfer, daughter of Laurence III and Candice Toepfer.  May parents, witnesses and we, as a congregation, be faithful to the Holy Spirit’s will in helping Adalyn to grow in her Christian faith and life. Amen.

VOTER’S MEETING  There will be a Voter’s Meeting on Sunday, July 9 following the worship service.

PRAY FOR OUR MISSIONARIES:  We pray especially for those serving our Lord in South Africa. The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod began work in South Africa in 1982. Today, the LCMS works through congregations of its partner church body in the country, the Lutheran Church in Southern Africa (LCSA). The LCSA originated from church-planting efforts of German mission societies. During the middle of the 19th century, many Germans immigrated to South Africa to support the proclamation of the Gospel among Africans by establishing colonies that could support missionaries in their church-planting efforts. The resulting LCSA continues to carry out mission work through its congregations and pastors in South Africa, Botswana and Swaziland. Since the 1980s, the LCMS has supported numerous mercy projects, such as vocational workshops, study-abroad scholarships for theological education, a student scholarship fund for pastors’ children, seminary support, an HIV/AIDS program, and loans for retiring clergy. May God continue to bless the work of His people in South Africa!

THE SCHEDULING OF FLOWERS FOR THE ALTAR will now be handled by Marilyn Harris.  Please contact Marilyn by phone or text: 708-533-5467 or Email: marilynharris030@gmail.comThe deadline to order flowers for August is July 20.

MEMORIAL SERVICE for Carol Cichorz will be Saturday, June 24 at 11 am here at St. Paul’s.

PORTALS OF PRAYER FOR JULY - SEPT. 2017 are in the Narthex.  Please help yourself.

AN AFTERNOON AT THE MUNSTER PERFORMING ARTS  St. Paul’s Senior Saints is sponsoring an afternoon at the Munster Performing Arts on Thursday, August 10. Everyone is invited to come and enjoy a show “The Tin Woman”.  Please speak to Gloria if you are interested.  It is a blend of family, humor and hope, inspired by a true story.  The cost is $32.00 and if you would like to have lunch, that can be arranged.  We will have excellent seats.  Please see the flyer in Sunday’s bulletin.

LUTHERANBnB - Are you traveling this summer? Are you staying home? Either way, sign up for LutheranBnB! It is a community of Lutherans willing to open their homes, make new friends, and provide affordable travel options for other confessional Lutherans. Whether you are wanting to save some money or make some this is a great way to make the Lutheran World Smaller! Check us out on Facebook or our!

THE SR. SAINTS OF ST. PAUL’S AND DAVIS TRAVEL PRESENT BRANSON HOLIDAY SHOW EXTRAVAGANZA  St. Paul’s Sr. Saints will be making a trip to Branson, Missouri November 13 - 17.  Motorcoach transportation - 4 nights lodging - 8 meals and admission to 7 fabulous Branson Christmas shows.  This trip is open to anyone from St. Paul’s.  Friends are also invited!  If you wish information regarding this trip, please contact Gene Bunte at 708.755.2581 or Gloria Graham-Smith at 708.473.7620.  Please see the flyer in Sunday’s bulletin.

ANNUAL 4TH WARD BIKE NIGHT OUT is Tuesday, August 1.  Check in from 6 - 6:30 pm.  Start and finish at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church at 10th and Ashland.

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


NO Breakfast Fellowship
11 am - Memorial Service for Carol Cichorz 

9 am - Bible Study/Coffee Hour - Lutheran Learners (Youth)
10 am – Worship Service
Sermon:        “And Do Not Fear....”      (Matthew 10:26, 28, 31)
Family Ministry Meeting in Parlor after Worship Service

7 pm - Worship Service

10 am - Bible Study

9 am - Bible Study/Coffee Hour
10 am – Worship Service with Communion