The Episcopal Church
St. Paul's Episcopal Church
Plymouth Wisconsin

The Vicar’s Voice

It is with thankful hearts that we greet the month of November. This is the month that we focus on all the blessings of our lives. We are thankful for our families, friends and our worshiping community. I am thankful for the hours and hours of time given for our 40th Annual Pancake Breakfast. We served 303 breakfasts that included dining in, carry out and delivery. We made $3321 which includes the craft and bake sale. The people I spoke with were so thrilled to be here. I received an email that said, “My husband and I want to Thank You for the great pancake breakfast. To have it delivered was a real blessing. What a great outreach.” I received a text that said, “I thought the pancakes were exceptionally good today.” We also were blessed to serve many who were able to dine with us because of the wheelchair lift. Someone said to me the cost of the lift was worth every penny because of the joy those who needed it experienced in being part the fellowship and hospitality of the day. I am thankful for the willingness of St. Paul’s to work together to serve one another and our neighbors. In His Mercy, Mother Michele+

UTO Ingathering - November 11 & 18

Forty years ago when St. Paul’s was struck by lightning we received a grant from UTO to help with rebuilding our church. United Thank Offering is a way that each one of us can thank God for how he continues to bless us each & everyday. When we develop an attitude of gratitude we see God more in our daily lives. The little Blue Boxes in our homes offer us a way to thank God each day the same way that he blesses us or maybe on a special occasion. A past parishioner put a coin in the box every morning to thank God for bringing her safely through another night. What do you thank God for?

Family Game Night - November 17

On Saturday night, November 17, the youth of our parish invite everyone to their first Family Game Night from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm. in the fellowship hall. A light supper will be served, prepared by the youth. Everyone is welcome to come and play cards and board games. You can also bring your favorite games to share. This is a great way to get to know other church members and to bring guests to meet our church family. Donations to defray the cost are welcome but not necessary.

Bishop’s Visitation - November 18

The Rt. Rev. Matthew A. Gunter is making his annual visitation to St. Paul’s on November 18. He will celebrate the Eucharist & preach during the 10:00 am worship service. There will NOT be any Youth & Adult Formation that day, but the Children’s Formation will be held. Colleen Carreno & Lois Suemnicht are hosting a luncheon following Holy Eucharist. Please call Colleen at: 920-893-9424 or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you want to bring something to share.

Nick’s Group - November 21 from 6:00pm-7:30pm

Nick’s Group is a support group for families who have lost a loved one to a drug overdose. Julie Walzack leads this group to help others through the grieving process. If you know of someone who has lost someone to drugs, please tell them about this group. If you have further questions, call or text Julie at: 920-838-2562.

Gifts for Rocky Knoll

Judy Scribner will soon have her “Giving Tree” set up with not only her hand-made tatted ornaments, but tags with gift requests from our neighbors at Rocky Knoll. Everyone is encouraged to take a tag, purchase & wrap a needed gift. The tree will go up after Thanksgiving, the gifts will be delivered to Rocky Knoll December 19th .

Bible 101

Discover what the Bible is & what it isn’t by reading the text in its historical & cultural context. This class is for young & older adults, 6th grade & up who desire to understand what the scripture is saying to us. Each class is a lesson within itself & questions are greatly encouraged as we learn together about the Bible & how it applies to us today. Class meets in The Fellowship Hall at 9 am on Sunday mornings.