Youth & Family Ministry

  Youth and families are the focus of our mission at St. Paul's. Monthly events and activities are planned to engage youth and children in their Christian peer groups. All youth are invited to participate in activities for pleasure alongside events that expand their relationship with Jesus Christ.  When you see "SPY", that means "St. Paul's Youth"!  Read more about our Youth & Family Minister, Mike Zimmerman on the Church Leadership page.  

SPY Gatherings

This years theme will be "Live Fearless".  There are multiple service projects scheduled in the church and the community.  We want you to be fearless and take Jesus with you wherever you go.  We want you to be good stewards of this church and the community.  Every study we focus on, every gathering we experience, every time you are a part of this group, Live Fearless.

Schedule

  • October 6th
  • November 3rd
  • December 1st
  • January 5th
  • February 16th
  • March 8th
  • April 5th
  • May 17th

Blast!

Bible Learning and Sharing Together

Free breakfast the first Saturday of each month!

A group of individuals, committees, or teams are needed that are willing to cook and help serve breakfast. Please contact Mike Zimmerman for details.


Youth Yardsale / Fundraiser for 2021 National Youth Gathering

Where:  St. Paul's Lutheran Church at 201 Baltimore Street in Dillsburg

When:  September 21st from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. rain or shine.

We will block off 20 spaces of the bottom fron parking lot.  Also we are accepting donation to rent each space.  You will need to provide your own table.  So if you have yard sale items that you want to sell, gather them up and rent a space.  You will keep the money from the sale of your items.  The youth will benefit from the space rentals and selling of hotdogs, drinks, and baked goods.

We are asking for the following donations.  There will be a signup sheet in the overflow area.

  • 50 hotdogs
  • 50 hotdog buns
  • One bottle of ketchup
  • One bottle of mustard
  • One container of chopped onions
  • Baked goods to sell
  • Two cases of water
  • Two cases of soda

If you are interested in renting a space or donating items to the you to sell, please contact Thelma Lehman at 717-292-4658.
 

ALiVE – Friday, September 27, 5:00 pm – Sunday,
September 29, 1:00 pm. Any middle school youth
attending ALiVE should see Mike.

 

OCTOBER SERVICE PROJECT (in the church) –
Sunday, October 6 – Sunday, November 10. All con-
gregation members and youth will partake in collecting
designated Thanksgiving items for New Hope. Please
watch your bulletins and newsletters for that specific
item; and bring that item to the church to put on the
marked table.

 

ACT2DAY4TOMORROW – Saturday, October 5,
7:00 pm – Sunday, October 6, 7:00 pm. More infor-
mation will be forthcoming. We will conclude our
time together at the Bethesda Mission to serve soup to
the homeless. *We need parent drivers and will car-
pool from St. Paul’s.

 

FARMER’S FAIR – Saturday, October 19 – 10:30
am. All youth are asked to participate in Farmer’s Fair
games and to help ‘man’ a station.

 

TRICK OR TREAT – Thursday, October 31 – 5:30
pm – 8:00 pm. All youth are asked to help pass out
candy and give free hotdogs to any trick or treaters and/
or their parents.

 

NOVEMBER SERVICE PROJECT (community) –
Saturdays, November 16 & November 23 – 10:00 am
– 2:30 pm. All youth will serve in the community as
Salvation Army bell ringers at the Boscovs in the Camp
Hill Shopping Center. We will gather at the Boscov’s.
You are allowed to dress in funny hats and Christmas
attire. You may also sing. We will all gather but will
take shifts. Please be aware of cold weather and plan
accordingly.

 

YOUTH BAKE SALE – Saturday, November 16, 6:30
pm & Sunday, November 17, 8:00 am & 10:15 am
If you will be in high school or going into high school
for the ELCA National Youth Gathering in 2021,
please help fundraise for your trip to Minnesota. As in
the past, all youth may help, but this will benefit the
high school youth. Each youth participating will have
a designated service time to attend and run the bake
sale stand after each worship. You will also need to
make announcements at the beginning of the services.

 

MIDWAY BOWLING – Sunday, November 17 – 1:00
pm – 4:00 pm. All youth and their friends are invited,
at no cost, to bowl at Midway. Please meet at the alley.

 

DECEMBER SERVICE PROJECT (in the communi-
ty) – Saturday, December 7 – 10:00 am – 2:30 pm

All youth will serve in the community as Salvation Ar-
my bell ringers at the Walmart beside the Capital City

Mall. We will gather at the Walmart. You can dress in
funny hats and Christmas attire. You may also sing.
We will all gather but will take shifts. Please be aware
of cold weather and plan accordingly.

 

FRUIT BASKETS – Sunday, December 15 – 1:00 pm.
All youth will put together fruit baskets for the St.
Paul’s shut ins. We will then deliver each basket.

September 22, 2019

 

WORSHIP SERVICES

SATURDAY

     6:30 p.m. spoken service 

     of Holy Communion-Chapel

 

SUNDAY

Services of Holy Communion

 8:00 a.m. spoken service

                 Chapel


10:15 a.m. Musical Service

       large worship space

 

CHRISTIAN EDUCATION

Sunday School - 9:00 a.m.

Classes for Preschool - Middle School

 

Bible Study for Adults:

1:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.

Tuesdays


8:00 a.m. Saturdays

Bibles & Bagels - at the

Square Bean 

 

About St. Paul's Dillsburg

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