A little more detail about upcoming events at St. Paul's

  • Faith & Film | Summer Series

    Pastor Mike is offering a Faith and Film series this summer. We’ll gather in the Fellowship Hall on three Wednesday evenings at 6:00pm for dinner (bring your own!), watch some wonderful movies, and enjoy conversation afterwards on the themes in each film. 

    Here is the Faith and Film Summer Series schedule:

    June 12: Babette’s Feast (G)

    This 1987 film won the Academy Award for Best Foreign Film, and is Pastor Mike’ favorite movie. It tells a moving story of a world-famous chef who transforms a small Lutheran community in Denmark through her God-given culinary gifts and generosity.

    July 10: The Great Dictator (G)

    In 1940, Charlie Chaplin made a comic masterpiece in which he portrays a Jewish barber who looks very similar to a certain fascist dictator. Chaplin explores the themes of what it means to be human in trying times.

    July 31: The Way (PG-13)

    Emilio Estevez directed this film that stars his father, Martin Sheen. As a way to deal with his grief, the father follows in the footsteps of his son who died while walking the El Camino de Santiago. Along the way he meets others who are facing their own struggles in life.

  • Grain & Grape | Pub Theology

    On the first Wednesday of the month, we gather at Home Sweet Farm to raise a glass and read deeper into a Bible story.  We ask a lot of questions, we learn more about the historical context of Jesus’s life, and we always end up learning more about our lives too.  Come join us at 7:30pm to be a part of this monthly gathering. All are welcome!