Sunrise Service, April 1, 7:00 am at St. Paul
Easter Breakfast, 8-10:15 am at St. Paul
St. John Worship, 8:45 am
St. Paul Worship, 10:30 am
Sunday, April 8, during regular worship at both St. John and St. Paul Hospitality follows each service (Brunch at St. John; Lunch at St. Paul)
We join together the Sunday following Easter, for a time of prayer for our personal health, the health of loved ones, the health of our community, and the health of the world. The focus on healing this Sunday jump starts a new ministry at St. John and St. Paul called the “Health Ministry: Healing of body, mind, and Spirit.” This ministry is being initiated by Cheryl Laubner, RN, who is pursuing training to be a Parish Nurse, also called a “Faith Community Nurse”, for our congregations. If you are interested in being part of this ministry, or have ideas to share, please contact Cheryl at 386-689-1805.
On 1/27/18 a group of 10 church members met with the Danbury Police Department at the police station. The Police Department reviewed the ALICE program with the group, using a power point presentation. The group then met at St. Paul church, to practice some of the techniques learned during the presentation. In addition there was a discussion on what we need to do at both churches to improve our safety and security; it will be an ongoing process. Janet and Bob Strauss will be attending a 6 hour Special Church Security Seminar, on Feb. 17th at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Vickery, Ohio. We will be sharing what we learned with both church councils and perhaps future newsletters. We want to thank the Danbury Police Department, specifically Chief Mike Meisler, Detective Mark Meisler, and Certified ALICE trainer Officer Brad LaMarca for the ALICE presentation. We deeply appreciate your concern about our churches and security, and look forward to working with you in the future. Submitted by Bob Strauss
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