Lenten Soup and Study: Advocacy and Social Justice
This Lent, Saint Paul Lutheran and Catholic Community of Faith comes together once again to share a simple supper and study together. This year our program is called Advocacy and Social Justice. Our topic couldn’t be more timely. We see homeless people all around us; our neighbors are being deported; people displaced from their countries are languishing for years in camps. What can be done? What part can we play?
Wednesday evenings from February 21 through March 21. Soup & bread will be provided around 6 p.m., followed by speakers and discussion from 6:45 to 7:30 p.m. Prayers before departing.
Feb. 21: Sister Peg Maloney on Catholic social teaching.
Feb. 28: Peter Severson from the Rocky Mountain Synod on 2018 Advocacy Goals and Priorities.
March 7: Kenny Wiley from Interfaith Alliance on poverty and economic injustice.
March 14: Meredith Ritchie from Colorado Coalition for the Homeless.
March 28: Josh Stallings on immigration and the sanctuary situation.
All are welcome and invited.
Join Us Each Week
Roman Catholic Worship
Saturdays • 5 pm
Adult Forum discussions
Sundays • 9:15 am
Sundays • 10:30 am
New Form for Reimbursements
St. Paul Partners: We have a new budget form for anyone wishing to spend $100 or more on church matters. Please click here to download and print a copy.
The Rocky Mountain Synod has conducted a ministry review of St. Paul. The report was presented to the congregation in May. Read it by clicking here. (It will download a Microsoft Word file.)