Welcome to St. Paul’s

After Israel’s first king, Saul, disboeys God’s instruction, God directs Samuel to anoint David as the new king. Despite David’s struggles, God promises to remain with him and his family, and David is known as “a man after God’s own heart.” Join us this week as we look at the ups and downs of David’s reign, and the steadfast and sure promise of God spoken over Israel’s greatest king. Sunday School for all ages begins at 9:00am, and worship begins at 10:00am. We hope to see you here!

Narrative Lectionary Daily Readings
The Narrative Lectionary focuses our congregation on one Scripture reading each Sunday. Below are some suggested readings to make connections between this past Sunday’s and next Sunday’s texts or to examine related stories in Scripture (from the fine folks at www.clergystuff.com). Further resources for reflection can be found in the inserts in Sunday’s bulletin. (Updated Mondays.)

Narrative Lectionary Week 6 – God Calls Samuel
Sunday, October 8 – God Calls Samuel (1 Samuel 3:1-21)
Monday, October 9 – The Ark of God Is Captured (1 Samuel 4:1-11)
Tuesday, October 10 – The Philistines and the Ark (1 Samuel 5:1-12)
Wednesday, October 11 – The Ark Is Returned (1 Samuel 6:1-16)
Thursday, October 12 – Israel Demands a King (1 Samuel 8:1-18)
Friday, October 13 – Samuel Anoints Saul (1 Samuel 9:27-10:8)
Saturday, October 14 – Saul Is Rejected by God (1 Samuel 15:10-34)

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