St. Paul’s celebrating community July 31
St. Paul Lutheran Church is celebrating—celebrating community and celebrating it’s 150th anniversary! The anniversary was actually two years ago, in 2020, and there were events planned for every month of the year under the theme “150 Years of Walking With God.” Unfortunately, the COVID pandemic put a halt on the celebration and now the congregation will continue the celebration!
A community picnic is being planned for Sunday evening, July 31 on the church parking lot. EVERYONE in the Springfield community and all church members and former members are invited for FREE FOOD AND ENTERTAINMENT between 5:00-7:00 p.m. Picnic fare—including burgers grilled by the Redwood County Cattlemen or brats grilled by the Brown County Pork Producers, root beer and a Lingen Dairy ice cream truck treat—will be served as a come-and-go meal. There will be entertainment by Gospel Express, the Winkelmann sisters and Scott Vogel and Friends.
The event will be held on the church parking lot so parking will be on the neighborhood streets around the church—there will be no parking on the lot. Entrance will be by the church ramp so drop-offs can happen at that spot.
See complete story in this week's issue of the Springfield Advance-Press.