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St. Paul's North Mankato


 

 
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                           Location
                 304 Monroe Ave
            North Mankato, MN 56003
                        Church Office
                         507-345-7049
 
                         Church Fax
                        507-345-5756

                        Message Line 
                         507-345-4939

                              Email 

                  welsspl@hickorytech.net

Our Worship Times
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Non-Summer Services
Saturday 5:30 PM
Sunday 8:00 AM
Sunday 10:30 AM

Easter Sunday Sunrise 7:00 AM
Easter Festival 9:00 AM
Easter Festival 10:30 AM


Summer Services
(Memorial Day - Labor Day)

Thursday 6:30 PM
Saturday 5:30 PM
Sunday 8:00 AM
Sunday 10:30 AM


Midweek Advent Services  
Wednesday 4:00 PM at St. Paul's                                                            
Wednesday 6:30 PM at St. Paul's

Lenten Midweek Services
Wednesday 4:00 PM at St. Paul's                                                            
Wednesday 6:30 PM at St. Paul's


Communion
First and second Sundays and preceding Saturday

Sunday School
9:15 AM-10:20 AM
 
Bible Classes
Current Class schedule



TV Services
Mankato CCTV: Cable Channel 13
Tuesday 2:15 PM, Wednesday 5:30 PM

Also available on demand at Access KTV.

                                                                                  

Christian Family Solutions - http://www.christianfamilysolutions.org/

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Today's Devotion
Faith Related Q and A
» When Jacob wrestled with God in Genesis 32, he demanded that God would bless him. Can we also demand a blessing from God?
» From what I have heard regarding the office of the holy ministry, the three distinctive functions of the ministry are preaching, administering sacraments, and exercising the Office of the Keys. Is this correct? If so, could you explain where in the Bible these three functions are described as exclusive to the ministry? Thank you.
» Is it dangerous to treat coincidences as omens from God? I believe that God has a hand in every aspect of our life. If this is true, wouldn't it be safe to say that some coincidences, be it positive or negative, are God's ways of talking to us? Is it feasible that he uses coincidences to point us down a personal path he has picked out for us? If you say that this is feasible, then what happens if it swings the other way? Maybe something works out in our favor that is truly just a coincidence, but we interpret it as an omen from God and follow a path that brings negativity into our life. Interpreting coincidences seems like something that is very subjective, yet I constantly hear people saying, "That was just God looking out for me," as they dodge something negative in their life. Or does WELS believe that God's only channel of communication to us is through the Bible? I understand that we should always use what God has given us in Scripture to align our lives with his will. How do we answer questions that aren't about moral complications though? Is this where we may allow God's "omens" to help guide our decisions?
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