- Published on Monday, 29 July 2013 23:34
- Written by Super User
300 Harper Avenue • Carolina Beach, NC
In Matthew 25:35 Jesus said “ I was a stranger, and you welcomed me!” Rev. Shawn Blackwelder and all members of Saint Paul's United Methodist Church would like to welcome you, not as visitors, but as part of our family in Christ. On Sunday there are two services. An 8:30AM for those that would like to experience a less than traditional service and a more traditional 11:AM service. A mid-week service , Wednesday at the Well, at 7:00PM provides you a spiritual break from the week's secular activities and recharge for the remainder of the week. Our July Tuesday Evening Family Fun Night is growing and will continue on Tuesdays for the remainder of the month. All islanders, locals or visitors, are invited to join us in the church Fellowship Hall. A free diner starts at 6PM followed by the evenings activities, games, crafts, songs, a scavenger hunt or two, and more. Please mark your calendar.
On Sunday August 4th Ed Kilbourne singer, story teller, and folk-theologian join us and participate at our 8:30AM and 11AM services. If you can not make it at those times he will also perform a concert in our sanctuary at 6PM that evening. Worship with us at Saint Paul's and join our congregation as we continue to learn, to grow, and to service, as disciples of Christ. Church Website www.stpaulscb.org Telephone 910-458-5310
Activities & More
CAROLINA BEACH - Wednesdays at St. Paul's is busy offering something for all. There is a Bible Study at 10:30AM. And we have two mid – week activities for children. The Waves of Grace for youth in 6th grade and above and for Kids in grades 1 through 5 a new group The Lego Club will meet for the first time this week.
The Lego Club Kids will explore their creative side, build together, and enjoy the interaction Lego's construction can offer and they will have fun. Maybe we should start an adult Lego Club. This writer would be the first member. Both groups meet at Wednesday's at 5:45 PM.
The Waves of Grace at our Youth Activity Center (YAC) and the Lego Club at our Scout Hut located just behind the YAC. All are invited to our Wednesday at the Well service that starts at 7:00PM. The service is mid-week break from the frenzy of our daily lives and provides a place to relax and reflect. A place to worship God and recharge our spiritual battery. As this column has stated before there are no strangers at St. Paul's. All are welcome and made to feel part of St. Paul's and our Community of Christ. You and your family are invited to join us. Sunday services at 8:30 and 11:00 and Sunday School both Adult and Children grades pre-K to 5. For more information on all our activities visit our website www.stpaulscb .org on call the church office 910-458-5310.
Free Sunday Concert to be
held Sunday, August 4th
All are invited to a Musical Sunday, August 4th. Ed Kilbourne, singer, story-teller, and folk-theologian will perform in free concert at 6PM in our sanctuary. If you can not make it to the evening performance Ed will provide music at our 8:30 and 11 AM service that Sunday. Ed is a popular artist is known for his collections of moving music, quirky humor, and insightful monologues. In addition to his concert appearances, Ed has earned a reputation as one of America's cutting edge religious communicators, offering his teaching in story and song as a guest in churches across the United States. He combines acoustic guitar, singing and commentary with a storytelling style often compared to that of Garrison Keillor, the radio humorist from 'Lake Wobegon'. Join us at Saint Paul's as we continue Learning, Growing, and Serving as disciples of our Lord.