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  • New This Fall: "God On Tap"
  • An opportunity to talk about God and the deeper things of life over good beer and other beverages.
    The discussion is freewheeling, and open. No judgement. No pressure. Just good beer and honest dialogue. 

    Thursday, September 10
    7:30 p.m. at ... 

    128 Paoli Pike, Paoli PA 19301. 
    Purchase a beverage at the bar, then join us in the back room. Conversation begins about 7:45 p.m. and ends promptly at 9:00 p.m. Parking available in the lot. Questions? Contact Sean Moir ~  moirs@comcast.net .  Click on "learn more", below, for each week's conversation starters.  
    "God on Tap" will continue this fall.  Watch here, in the weekly bulletins and the weekly e-mails for scheduling and details. 
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  • KickOff Sunday, Sept. 13
  • The Schedule for the Day:
    9:30-10:30 Worship - It's the last one-service Sunday for the summer.  
    10:45-11:30 Sunday School Registration and Classes in the Education Wing.
    At 11:30, we’ll enjoy our picnic and join in the Lutheran “God’s Work, Our Hands Sunday.”
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  • Global Connections
  • In July, Southeastern PA Synod Bishop Claire Burkat traveled to Tanzania as our companion Diocese of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tanzania celebrated its 125th anniversary.  
    Among the events she participated in was the dedication of the Saint Luke Nursery School at the Mikanjuni Parish (Saint Luke's companion congregation)
    We're honored that the Mikanjuni parish chose to name the nursery school to celebrate our long-standing relationship.  
    For more on Bishop Burkat's visit, see the Synod Website, MinistryLink.org
  • Ernie's Corner
  • Ernie's Corner is a fund-raising project to benefit our local food bank, the Great Valley Food Cupboard. The name honors a former member, Ernie Wogen, who set out green beans from his garden and requested donations for World Hunger. Produce will be set up outside the middle entrance doors on Sunday morning. Take what you need, contribute as you are able.  
    This year, the 5th graders in our Sunday School wanted to do something on a local level to help the hungry. At the end of the school year each child received a cherry tomato plant. With loving care, many of these plants have thrived and we have TOMATOES!! We will be bringing them to Ernie's Corner and the money earned will go to the food cupboard. 
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