St. Paul started a project that helps us share our faith and reminds us Jesus is with us wherever we go. Our members and extended family have cut out figures of Jesus (Flat Jesus). We invite you to take him with you throughout the summer and take pictures with him. You may write about your adventures. During the summer you can email your pictures to Kevin Boozer. Please include flat Jesus in the subject line and he will post them to the church Facebook page.
At our Sunday School kickoff, bring all your pictures and stories to share.
If you need a Flat Jesus, please contact Cindy Huyck or Janna Richardson.
With thankfulness for the response of so many congregations from around the country in our time of great loss after our church building burned, a motion was made and passed by St. Paul Church Council to establish a fund, Faith Foundation, that assists congregations in rebuilding after a disaster.
The money will be distributed each year to a congregation in need. A quarterly offering will be taken for this fund. The first offering was held March 30, 2014 and funds were designated for Trinity AME in Silverstreet after the church’s roof collapsed during a 2014 snow storm.
Holy Week services will be Maundy Thursday at 7:30 p.m. with Holy Communion and Good Friday at 7:30 p.m. with the service of Tenebrae. Join us for the observance of the Passion of our Lord.
We will be celebrating the Resurrection of our Lord on Easter Sunday, April 20. There will be one worship service this year and we plan to hold it at 9 a.m. on the front lawn of the church. We ask that everyone please bring their own lawn chairs for the service. A light breakfast will be served beforehand. In the event of rain, the service would be held at Pomaria School.
The History of St. Paul Lutheran Church 1754 ca-2013 Volume I has been written and published by Debbie Kesler Werts.
The 200-page book contains pictures, maps and much more. Books are $50 and can be purchased by contacting Debbie at DKwerts@gmail.com or calling her at 803.944.0879.
Pastor Nichols or Church Secretary Megan Shealy can make a book available for review upon request.
Sunday school meets at 9 a.m. Please come join us to study God’s Word and, together, to be shaped and formed by it.
The children’s classes meet in the cafeteria at the old Pomaria school on Folk Street and the adult class meets in the auditorium. Toddlers to kindergarten will meet in one group. Grades 1-5 will meet in a group. Middle school and high school classes meet in the old Pomaria parsonage.
If you have not attended Sunday School in a while, we would love to have you back to make our Sunday School bigger and better.
Let’s all come out and have a fun time as we learn about Jesus. If you have any questions or suggestions please contact Cindy Huyck or committee members Becky Boland, Janna Richardson, Shannon Smith, Kevin Boozer and Alison White.