Every week Recovery from Alcohol and Substance Abuse happens anonymously at St Paul’s. We offer a comfortable and safe place for those who come for an hour to focus on the solution rather than the problem. In the meetings, meditations are read based on Christian principles and each individual is given an opportunity to share how the solution has affected their lives, or if they are in crisis, the group will offer to share thoughts on powerlessness and how God is in control. Through gathering in a calm safe environment, offering support that only one sufferer can offer to another, and the fellowship, St Paul’s is providing a service to the surrounding community of Menomonie.
MEETINGS ARE ANONYMOUS
6:30-7:30 a.m. Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday mornings in Gathering Space outside sanctuary
Pastor Aaron Schulz
email@example.com Your inquiry remains anonymous.
You don’t have to go through it alone. Most people will tell you that separation and divorce are the most painful and stressful experiences they’ve ever faced. It’s a confusing time when you feel isolated and have lots of questions about issues you’ve never faced before.
Divorce Care groups meet weekly to help you face these challenges and move toward rebuilding your life.
Women of St. Paul’s
1st Wednesday of every month in the Lower Basement, 1 PM
Has a monthly get-together or activity that revolves around learning about, supporting and becoming involved with different ministries!
Contact Muriel Puhl through the Church Office 715-235-9621
SISTERS exists to support, inspire, serve, teach, encourage, respect, and share with women of all ages.
As the Christmas season approaches, December is always a busy month as we look forward to a new calendar year. Our social calendars fill up with plans to visit family, friends and neighbors over the Christmas season. Our days are filled with shopping, baking, cards, decorating and anticipation of the coming weeks.
We’ve all heard of a ‘Secret Santa’ where you get assigned a person at Christmas time and buy them small gifts anonymously. This advent season lets exchange prayer, encouragement, and support our sisters in Christ through Secret Sisters.
If you choose to participate in secret sisters, you will be assigned another sister in Christ at random. You will become her silent prayer partner and her secret encourager. Throughout the advent season you will send her anonymous prayers, devotions and encouragement. After Christmas, you will reveal yourself to her. In return for participating, you will have a sister praying for you, sending you anonymous encouragement until they reveal themselves to you.
Sisters of all ages are welcome to participate. A sign up sheet is in the back of the Narthex. The deadline to sign up is November 22nd. Secret sisters will go from December 1st- December 24th with your reveal happening after Christmas. If you have any questions, feel free to contact Sarah Proksch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have a group of trained men who visit shut-ins, bring God’s Word and the Lord’s Supper.
Every shut-in is visited every month.
Even while there are tighter restrictions due to COVID, we have devotional packets and other resources available to enrich your spiritual life. We are glad to deliver them to you.
Contact Warren Puhl through the Church Office 715-235-9621