- Sunday School: Kindergarten to grade five, the children meet during the Sunday morning service time of 10:00. For more information, please call contact Jenna Seeley at firstname.lastname@example.org . SNACK DONATIONS for Sunday School are appreciated - suggested healthy snacks include graham crackers, goldfish crackers, vanilla wafers, individual containers of applesauce and boxes of raisins, and microwave popcorn. Please avoid high sugar treats. Thank you!
- Ziegenfuss University: Special, adult classes are held where questions are posed by members in the class, and an open discussion follows on topics moderated by Pastor Mark D. Isaacs. We've enjoyed very thought- provoking subjects and Pastor has ideas for new classes in the year ahead. Join us when these classes are scheduled.
- Monthly Council Meetings: The 3rd Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in our Fellowship Hall (there is no meeting in July)
- Prayer/Study Group: This group meets Wednesdays at 7:15 p.m.. We are a study group that prays, fellowships, and serves when there is a need. We are presently working with Timothy Keller's book, Prayer: Experiencing Awe and Intimacy with God. Please contact Denise Poole for details (email@example.com or 845.389.3111).
- AA Meetings: In our Fellowship Hall, every Monday and Thursday nights, from 8:00-9:00.
Frequently, we get phone calls from people with genealogical questions. We recommend getting information from the Starr Library's Local History Room in Rhinebeck. It is open every Tuesday and Thursday, from 10:00-3:00 and Saturdays by appointment.
Pastor Mark's 25th Year of Ministry
The congregation of St. Paul's Lutheran Church of Wurtemburg celebrates Pastor Mark's 25th anniversary in the ministry on June 25, 2017.
St. Paul's History
Pastor Mark Isaac's spoke at the Quitman House about his published book on the 250 year history of St. Paul's Lutheran Church of Wurtemburg.
On Memorial Day week end, the people of St. Paul's Lutheran Church of Wurtemburg are honored to remember those who gave up their lives while serving our country. In the cemeteries that surround our church, we have graves of soldiers from every war/conflict, going back to the Revolution. We are grateful to each and every one. May God bless them, their families and friends, always.
Dan Gilman's Book - Learn to Love
It is with great joy (and love) that we announce the following news! Our very own Dan Gilman, has written a book! He has placed it on the Internet, for people to read and review. It's a free site and you don't have to join to review a book. Congratulations to Dan on the completion of Learn to Love .........can't wait to read the whole thing!!!
Also, check out Dan's new web site!
St. Paul's 250th Anniversary
Church members Carolyn and Paul Draiss all dressed up for our 250th Anniversary!