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- Posted on 18 Jul 2016

All Are Welcome

Please read Pastor Kevin's latest sermon. We must not remain passive about inclusion.

In the Wake of Orlando

STPric Saint Paul Lutheran and Roman Catholic Community of Faith stands as a house of worship for all people. We are a place for prayer or contemplation or simply rest during your busy week. We invite you to feel welcome here.

SUPPER CLUB - Friday, 24 June 2016, 6:30 pm,.—June's Supper Club takes us all the way to Greece via Colfax at Pete's Greek Town Cafe.  Join us for a foray into the Mediterranean with favorites like dolmades and souvlaki to new (to me) favorites like marides and mousaka. Contact Kirsten at (303) 839-1432 or to reserve your space!
BOOK TALK - Tuesday, 28 June 2016, 7:00 pm,.—The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry by Rachel Joyce. Meet at the home of Bonnie Carlson—480 S. Marion Pkwy. For info, call Bonnie at (303) 722-9892.
LUNCH BUNCH - Thursday, July 7, 1:00 pm. Because the July venue for Lunch Bunch closed down, we will be going to Evergreen now for July Lunch Bunch, to the Creek Side Cellar at 28036 Highway 74 at 1:00 (not 12:00 as usual).  Please note the change of both  location and time and call Janice Ahrendt 303 797-7288 for a reservation.
NEW SAINT PAUL T-SHIRTS KING SOOPERS CARDS ARE HERE!—Contact Kirsten in the office at (303) 839-1432 or to purchase your grocery card for this fundraiser.
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Saint Paul is an open, affirming, and diverse community of faith representing two Christian traditions, that of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and that of the Roman Catholic Church. Each tradition maintains and honors its own heritage, and each worships according to its own liturgical practices. As one community of faith, the members of the respective traditions work together in social outreach and shared hospitality. Together we rejoice in the manner in which diversity has enriched, nurtured, and challenged the life and ministry we share in Christ, and we regret actions and attitudes throughout the Church that may have inhibited or prevented access to Word and Sacrament because of age, race, socio-economic or marital status, physical or mental capacities, gender identity, or sexual orientation. We are a Reconciling in Christ community.