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Wyoming, MN 55092
St. Paul
Lutheran Church
An Evangelical Lutheran
Church of America

Our mission is to 
Share Christ's Love
with Joy!

Pastor Sarah Friesen-Carper

Sunday, September 27
9:00 am Drive In Outdoor Worship Service

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Friday, September 25, 2020

The Synod assembly is this weekend. Please keep in prayer the Synod Staff and all attendees including the voting members from St. Paul, Kathy Mills, Karen Rozeske and Pastor Sarah. The Assembly is all online this year. You can livestream the Assembly which is Friday 2-5pm and Saturday 9am-12pm: click here to stream.

P.S. Please remember to take the worship survey about how you would prefer to worship this fall and winter. See below or click here.

Bulletin for September 27, 2020
In Case of Severe Weather... check your email, the website, or our facebook page. 
Sunday's Worship Service is streamed live on facebook
Worship Readings
The readings for Sunday, September 27th are:

First Reading: Ezekiel 18:1-4, 25-32Second Reading: Acts 19:1-7
Gospel: Matthew 21:23-32

Call 651.371.5421 to hear this week's sermon. 

September 2020 Council Minutes are available here. 

SPLC COVID Response Team

Click here to read the SPLC Covid-19 Preparedness Plan and related documents. 

To contact the team, please email: 
Bring Your Own Picnic Nights
Wednesday nights - 6:00 pm 
September 30th. - LAST NIGHT

For more information about this event, please click here

We are blessed to have knowledgeable and caring nurses in our congregation! They have some words of advice for us: 

Head Lice are little animals that feed on the scalp of humans, mainly children. It is spread by the sharing of head coverings or by coming into contact with a person's long hair. The eggs are called 'nits' and attach to a strand of hair. The adults are small crawling worm like creatures.
You should talk to your doctor or a pharmacist about the current products available to treat the lice. You will need to use a "nit comb," a very fine toothed comb, which will capture the eggs from the hair strands. It's one of those "rite of passage" parental activities.
Because head lice don't survive long if they fall off a person and can't feed, once you have treated your child, they should put on clean clothes. Machine wash and dry clothing and bed linens using hot water, and a high heat drying cycle. If you have items that can't be washed, place them in plastic bags for 2 weeks. If you continue to see evidence of lice, call your doctor before retreating.
We are coming to the season of warm head coverings, so don't share hats with anyone!! Thankfully, head lice are generally only an inconvenience, not harmful to general health.
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Remember to pray for these nurses and all those on the front lines fighting the coronavirus. 

Mission Trip
If you and/or your 7th-12th grade child are interested in going on a Mission Trip next summer, please let Joanna or Brandy know by Sept. 25th

Sunday School and SPLASH will meet on Sunday, September 27th immediately following worship service. 

Meet near the edge of the lawn/parking lot by the outdoor worship space. Please dress your kids for the weather and with shoes they can run around on the grass with. 
Family Devotions
Sunday School is inviting the entire congregation to join us for weekly family devotions. Devotions will be emailed or mailed weekly.  Please email or call Melissa in the main office to be added to the distribution list and please note if you would like the devotions via email or regular mail
Questions: Contact Council 
Treasurer, Chris Timmons at

As of 09/24/2020
Over / (under) Budgeted $
Year-to-Date Totals

$ 118,273.50

$    4,844.37

Sunday, September 27
9:00 am      Outdoor and Live Stream Worship
10:00 am    Outdoor Sunday School
11:00 am    Coffee Hour via Zoom 
Tuesday, September 29
7:00 am      Walking Club
7:00 pm      Walking Club
Wednesday, September 30
1:00 pm     Adult Bible Study **Outside at church**
6:00 pm    Confirmation
6:00 pm    Bring Your Own Picnic Night
7:30 pm    Isaiah Bible Study via Zoom
Sunday, October 4
9:00 am      Outdoor and Live Stream Worship
11:00 am    Coffee Hour via Zoom