Psalm 100:5 (Psalm 100:5)"For the Lord is good; HIS steadfast love endures forever, and HIS faithfulness to all generations.” Psalm 100:5 (ESV)
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This summer, we are offering six one-week educational sessions for children of all ages. Sign your child or children up for classes such as “Archery & Fishing” and “Baking from Scratch and Other Life Skills,” and “Harry Potter & The Bible” or even tennis and pre-algebra classes. Included in this summer program is “Camp Kilimanjaro…
Based on information from the vision planning sessions and the future of St. Paul’s, a comprehensive plan, titled “Free to Serve” was developed.
Upcoming Training Sessions If you are interested in volunteering in the Family Promise Program, and are over 18 years of age, please plan to attend one of the training sessions below. A volunteer sign-up sheet will be available at the end of June. Children are welcomed and encouraged to participate along with their parents. Volunteer…
MADISON AREA CONCERT HANDBELLS
The Madison Area Concert Handbell ensemble is coming to St. Paul’s Lutheran Church for a free concert! This ensemble is one of the largest in the state of Wisconsin with numerous octaves of bells and chimes. As one of the nation’s finest handbell choirs, the ringers share over 250 years of ringing experience under the direction of Music Director Brad Schultz. The concert begins at 2:30 pm, on Saturday, May 9.
Rev. Marion Hendrickson – Pastor, St. Peter’s Lutheran Church, Arlington, WI
Organ Recital will follow services at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church
Marion grew up on the Hendrickson family farm in central Iowa, the old- est of 5 brothers. He majored in music at Iowa State University eventually earning a Masters in Music Education.
The early death of his father strongly influenced his decision to become a pastor. Graduating from Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, he was ordained and installed as assistant pastor at St. Paul’s in July, 1986.
In October 1991 Hendrickson accepted the Call to St. Peter’s Lutheran Church in Arlington, WI. He has since earned a Master of Sacred Theology at Nashotah House, Nashotah, WI in the spring of 1997, followed by a PhD in music and theology from the University of Durham in England. Though Hendrickson retires from the Holy Ministry on August 31 2014, he continues as an adjunct teacher for Concordia University Wisconsin and plays his tuba and organ. Marion and Connie are parents to two sons, Matthew and Michael.
Held in the Church Fellowship Hall in the Basement or Ground level floor. near parking lot.