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 School
 9:00 a.m.
All Worship Services and
church activities have been
due to the threat of the
Watch this space for
news of resumption
of activities.

 Christian Resources For You!


Pray Every Day
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(Please keep the following individuals in your prayers.)

Our President and Leaders; Our Nation and those serving
in the Armed Forces.

Denise Aurelio, Marianne Bodtke, Dylan Bollinger, 
Chuck and Rita Canon, Nichole Cox, Anders Croon, Ralph Dandino, 
Joan Davis, Diane Goers, Beverly Heft, Cindy Holtz,
Heather Holtz, Pat Holtz, Dale Jacobs, Carol Johnson,
Violet Johnson, Dorothy Krotke, Richard Kuligoski,
Norma Oswald, Bonnie Parsons,Leonard Parsons,
Blair Priebe, Kenneth Roeske, Milan Roknich, Darlene Seay,
Barb Tucker, Bonnie Umland, Kathy VanNess, Cindy Vinicky
Our Ill at Home or in Hospitals
Our Shut-Ins & Caregivers


 + Words and Works +


EASTER PLANTS:  It is with a great deal of sadness that we need to inform the Congregation that due to the uncertainty of the next few weeks  with the Coronavirus COVID-19 we have decided to cancel the Altar Guild Easter Plant Sale. The Altar Guild will provide Easter Lilies for the Altar.  
We pray for everyone’s safety during this difficult time.  


ALTAR FLOWERS To dedicate flowers on the Altar for April, please contact Marilyn Harris by phone or text at 708-533-5467; or email Also, please note that dedications may be made months in advance.


PRAY FOR OUR MISSIONARIES: This week we pray especially for those serving our Lord in Indonesia. The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod began work in Indonesia in 1995 with the Pelita Harapan (Light of Hope) Foundation, an organization dedicated to establishing Christian schools throughout all of Indonesia.  In January 2005, the LCMS sent a survey team to Indonesia to assess the needs of the victims of the disastrous Dec. 26, 2004, tsunami. In 2012, the LCMS was contacted by the Indonesian Christian Lutheran Church (GKLI). The GKLI leadership was familiar with the LCMS reputation for faithful teaching and requested assistance in furthering the theological education of their pastors and lay leaders. The LCMS deployed personnel to Indonesia for this purpose in 2014, and they currently live in North Sumatra. The LCMS first supported mercy projects in Indonesia through a partnership with Lutheran Hour Ministries in 2001 to provide food, clothing and blankets to families affected by mudslides, which were the result of earthquakes and heavy rains. Since then, support has gone toward tsunami relief coordination, medical assistance, refurbishing schools and theological symposia. Current support includes earthquake, tsunami and volcano disaster response. May God continue to bless the work of His people in Indonesia!






SUNDAY, March 29

10:00 a.m. – Worship Service suspended