January 17, 2021, 2nd Sunday after Epiphany

Good morning… and welcome to worship.

**Important announcement for our members:

The Annual Meeting for our congregation is scheduled for Sunday, January 31st at 11:00am. Because of the pandemic, we will meet virtually via zoom. We, therefore, need voting members who wish to participate to call the church office and register for the meeting by next Sunday, January 24th. The zoom link (for phone and computer / laptop) and other meeting details will be provided only to those who register.

Annual Reports are available now to be picked up.

Today we are reminded, in our readings, that all the baptized have a calling in God’s world – to bring God’s word to those who need to hear it… to bring / point others to Jesus… to invite them to “come and see”…

 

God calls not just pastors and deacons.

God calls children / youth like Samuel…

God calls skeptics and scoffers like Nathanael…

God calls ordinary people… from all sorts of places – even Nazareth… even Baraboo…

 

“Come and see”… Be the light of Christ!

Scripture Readings:

1 Samuel 3:1-10, Psalm 139: 1-6, 13-18; 1 Corinthians 6:12-20; John 1:43-51

Thank you to Susan Lappin for providing the music for our service today.

Thank you to Paul Kropp for providing the altar flowers for worship this week – in loving memory of his wife, Diane.

 

A bulletin and a copy of the sermon are available for you to download and print for worship.

In Christ,

 

Pastor Karen

Worship resources for the Second Sunday of Epiphany Hearts at Home (pdf) and Illustrated Ministry 

Be sure to check out our Virtual Children's Christmas program!  Thank you Katie for coordinating with the parents and producing the show!

Please see our Worship page for changes 

Baptism of our Lord,  Pauls Lutheran Church, Baraboo, WI

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**Thank you for your continued financial support of St. Paul's and our on-going ministries.  

We know that some are financially suffering during this challenging time, unable to give as they have or would like.  If you are able to contribute and have not recently given, please give a gift today.  You can mail your offerings to the church (727 8th St., Baraboo), use Simply Giving, or use your online bill-pay service through your bank.  

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WORSHIP SERVICES

Effective November 18...Given the surging COVID case numbers in Wisconsin and Sauk County, we have decided to suspend in-person worship services until further notice.  See our worship page or call office for details.

If you need help or support from Pastor Karen or members of the church council, please call the church office at 608-356-3230. 

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Mid-September - May

Sunday: 8:30 AM Traditional

Sunday: 10:30 AM Praise Contemporary

Wednesday:  7:00 PM Praise Contemporary

Summer (Memorial through Mid-September)

Sunday: 9:00 AM  

Wednesday:  7:00 PM  

 

YOUTH EDUCATION (September- May)

Sunday: 9:30 PM

Wednesday: 6:00 PM

 

CONFIRMATION (September - May)

Wednesday: 5:45 PM

 

OFFICE HOURS

Monday-Thursday: 9:00 AM -  4:00 PM

Closed from 12:00 - 1:00 PM

Friday: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

727 8th Street

Baraboo, WI 53913

Phone: 608-356-3230

Pastor Karen's Cell: 608-434-3397

Pastor Karen's Email: pastor@stpaulslutheranchurch.us

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OUR MISSION

The mission of St. Paul's is to NURTURE and EQUIP the people of God to WITNESS and SERVE for the glory of God.

  • To NURTURE the people of God by recognizing, affirming, and sharing our individual gifts

  • To EQUIP and support one another through teaching and learning together

  • To plan together for mutual ministry in order to WITNESS to our faith, SERVE our own and others

  • To instill in people a thirst for God's Word and to do all this for the GLORY OF GOD

727 8th Street  Baraboo, WI 53913 p: (608) 356.3230 

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