There are usually a few snickers in the room when I tell people that I played varsity football in high school. The laughter becomes much more pronounced when I say that I was a starting offensive lineman on a Class B team with a winning record (2-3 years removed from being two-time state champions). It was in that locker room that I believe I first heard some really “tough talks”.
We are here to serve our community. As you worship with us online, the Lord Jesus is at work, uniting us as friends and family. If you are curious to learn more out ministry in the community, go to www.stl-eastpointe.org, or like us on Face Book. To get your questions answered in a more personal way, contact the church office (586-772-3370)
In your prayers this week please remember:
MCREST – for Christ’s name to be glorified in the life of all workers, donors and participants.
Those who feel isolated or alone, along with those who suffer with depression.
Our individual and joint efforts of sharing God’s peace and hope with all.
All who participated in our virtual VBS.
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused anxiety, depression, loneliness, thoughts of suicide, fear, and yes, dislike of others. Want to learn positive ways to cope with the impact of this pandemic in your daily life?
All retired teachers are invited to gather at noon on Monday, September 28, 2020 at The Fortress Golf Course pavilion in Frankenmuth for a meal and fellowship.
Are you one of those people who would like to know more about the basics of the Christian faith, but get lost on the journey to find them? STL has produced a series of podcasts called “Faith Connections” that will