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Member ELCA -  Evangelical Lutheran Church in America St. Paul's Third Luthern Church

St. Paul's Third Lutheran Church
2561 Newburg Road
Easton, PA 18045

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Worship Schedules
Worship Info
Regular Services
Beginning Sunday, September 11, 2016, the Worship Service changes from 9:00 am to 10:00 am.

On Sunday, September 25,2016, our Sunday School begins at 9:00 am. Watch for details .
All children ages four and up are welcome to join us for Bible stories, songs, and neat crafts to take home.

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Our Worship Service
Children Welcome!
Lutheran Worship
Worship Services!
Where Gathered At St Paul's Third Lutheran Church in Palmer Township our Christian worship service is patterned in the Lutheran tradition, using the Evangelical Lutheran Book of Worship as our primary source. We also use contemporary hymns and worship formats on occasion.
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Children are Welcome!
Come Unto Me Children are always welcome and parents are encouraged to make worship a regular part of their children's lives.

Recognizing that the ability to sit still for an hour of worship is dependent upon developmental levels, individual temperaments and the "mood-of-the-day", our large narthex provides a space where parents may take restless or crying children, yet still be able to see and hear the worship service.

A nursery is also provided for young children during our worship service.
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Lutheran Worship
Martin Luther's Seal Lutheran worship focuses on two central themes: God's Word and the Sacrament of Holy Communion. God's Word finds a central place in our worship through the hearing of the Word in Scripture lessons read from the Bible each week, and through the pastor's sermons which are Bible-based, contemporary interpretations of one or more of the appointed Scripture lessons for the day.

The graphic at left is a picture of Martin Luther's seal.

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Every Sunday

All Festivals
We believe that Christ is truly present in the consecrated elements of bread and wine and that the gifts of the Lord's Supper are forgiveness of sins and eternal life.

We invite all baptized Christians who have received First Communion instruction or normally commune in their own church to come forward with us to share the Lord's Supper. Children not yet receiving Holy Communion may come forward to the altar for a blessing.
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