St. Paul's is hosting a special 4-week Wed night Bible Study led by Rev. John Nunes based on his book, Meant for More: In, With, and Under the Ordinary. These are devotional, practical, and positive answers from Scripture for the Christian navigating difficult times.
Suggested donation is $16, payable to St. Paul's. (Please contact the church office if help is needed to defray the cost of the book and participation.) Email us to sign up, and you will be sent a link by email ahead of time to the Zoom Meeting. Downloading the Zoom app ahead of time will be necessary.
Sessions are based on the following chapters in the book, which you may read at your timing. It can be purchased in ebook or paperback from CPH or Amazon, or through the church office.
Meant for More sessions
Wednesday evenings from 7-8 p.m. via Zoom
Info for in-person weekend services:
In light of the orders by the Lake County Health Department and the Governor of Indiana we do ask everyone to wear a mask when social distance is hard to maintain - entering and exiting the building and when otherwise moving around. We are also setting aside the far south section (far left when you’re facing the altar) for those who agree to wear masks throughout the service, so that those who feel they cannot risk being near unmasked people can still attend if they choose. That section will be ushered out first, and will have the side door directly to the outside available so that they do not need to go through the narthex.
We added the 11:00 am service and it will be a service without singing. But it will not be a service without praise. This service will also have everyone wearing masks for the whole service. As we’re all aware, people have a wide range of susceptibility and “acceptable risk” regarding Covid-19, so the 11:00 will seek to serve those willing to congregate for worship but who prefer no singing and everyone to be masked. As always, we recommend (not insist, but encourage) those who are elderly or particularly susceptible to continue using the livestreaming and receive the Sacrament privately by appointment either in the home or at church.
Helpful remote resources
The Worship Anew program can be viewed online anytime at worshipanew.org, or on Direct TV channel 377 on Sunday morning at 10:30 am, or Comcast channel 8 - WPWR (the CW) on Sunday at 5 am & 8 am. Worship Anew is a 30 minute worship service with various LCMS pastors and choirs.
KFUO Radio at KFUO.org
Issues Etc. at Issuesetc.org
The Word of the Lord Endures: various podcasts to watch at thewordendures.org Facebook: like our page at St. Paul's Lutheran Church Munster
YouTube: to see past sermons subscribe to St. Paul's Lutheran Church Munster Indiana
Weekday Bible Studies
In-person Bible studies in the Fellowship Area (use the main church entrance):
2nd & 4th Tuesday Ladies at 1:30 pm will be looking at "Love Rules"
Wednesday Men's* at 6:45 am will be looking at John
Wednesday Morning at 10 am will be looking at Isaiah
Thursday Morning* at 10 am will be looking at Romans
*Zoom Bible studies (see email for links):
Sunday Evening at 7 pm "Fearless Conversations"
Wednesday Evening at 7 pm will be looking at "Meant for More" with author Rev. John Nunes, for 4 weeks. (see above)
-Jan. 20 Preface through chapter 4 (pp. VII-51)
-Jan. 27 Chapters 5-9 (pp. 53-94)
-Feb. 3 Chapters 10-14 (pp. 97-141)
-Feb. 10 Chapters 15-20 (pp. 143-190)
We welcome you to discover all that St. Paul's has to offer: worship, Bible studies and small groups, events to share with each other, ways to serve, and tools to grow in Christ, for you and the whole family.
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Saturday ..... 5:30 pm
Sunday .........8:00, 9:30, and 11am*
* 11 am - no singing, masks for all throughout the service. (The other services have one seating section that is masked throughout the service.)
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