St. James Lutheran Church - Harper
Welcome to St. James Lutheran Church
St. James is located on the corner of Hwy 290 and Fourth Street in Harper. Bible study classes
for all ages begin at 9:30 a.m. Church services led by Pastor Scott Hofmann begin at 10:30 a.m.
 Holy communion is celebrated on first and third Sundays.

We have a wonderful education program for our kinder through seventh graders. There are
Sunday School classes on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of each month for school age children.
There are monthly youth events for Jr. and Sr. High students of the community such as movie
night, game night, lock-ins, and camp-outs. There is a Youth service on the 5th Sunday of the
month, that is led by our youth.  Check our web calendar for dates and events.
Our youth also attend exciting programs such as the musical theater show,
Godspell and camp
opportunities offered by
Cross Trails Ministry.

Our Church also offers special and unique services on select Sundays, including our bluegrass,
polka, and hymn fest services.  Our church hosts community education programs and
presentations such as SkyWarn weather classes, and "Hanged on a Twisted Cross".

In our community we are very blessed to have MEALS ON WHEELS and volunteers to deliver
the meals.  On Monday 1 hot meal and one frozen meal, milk, juice, and bread is delivered.  On
Wednesday 1 hot meal, 2 frozen meals, milk and juice are delivered.  This is not a low income
program rather it is based on physical needs.  A person may not be able to shop or prepare their
meals and this meal greatly assists them.  It is a program more need to take advantage of.  If
you are able and want to you may pay for the meals but if not no charge is made.  For more
information contact:  Janice Spaeth  864-4357 or
Jeanette Bode 864-4429.

Please join us on Sunday. We look forward to seeing you!

JOHN 3:16 "For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten son, so that everyone
who believes in him may not perish but may have everlasting life."
Sunday School Classes: Noah's Ark room, Fellowship Hall
Kinder-7th- 9:30 a.m., 1st & 3rd Sunday
Contact
Kim Long for more information or to get involved

Adult Bible Study: 9:30 a.m. Conference room in Fellowship hall
Worship Service: 10:30 a.m. Sanctuary
(Holy Communion 1st & 3rd Sunday)
("Praise & Worship" Service on 4th & 5th Sundays)  

"A Walk Thru Grief"
Grief Support Group
Meets 2nd Monday of each month
Jeanette Bode, 864-4429 or
jea_don@yahoo.com

Men's Breakfast
1st Monday of the month, 6:30 a.m., Fellowship Hall
Food and Fellowship

Sarah's Circle
Women's Bible Study
Meets the 3rd Wednesday of every month at 2 pm at the Fellowship Hall
Inviting All to Live in God's Grace
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LUTHERAN WORLD RELIEF
It’s time to begin collecting items for Lutheran World Relief.
We collect cotton fabric and fabric scraps to make a 60 x 80 inch quilt. Two old sheets or blankets
are placed in the middle for warmth. Twin sheets are purchased to put on the bottom side of the
quilt. Some women sew the scraps together to make a quilt top. In October and February we get
together and tack the 3 layers together. We also hem the quilts. At Easter the items are boxed and
taken to Holy Ghost in Fredericksburg. From there they go to TLU and then to warehouses to be
send to wherever they are needed.

We also collect items for kits that are also sent:

SCHOOL KITS
70 sheet notebook
Ruler in inches & centimeters
Pencil sharpener
Blunt scissors
#2 unsharpened pencils with erasers
24 count crayons
Ball point pens (no gel ink)

PERSONAL CARE KITS
52 x 27 dark colored bath towel
4-5 oz both soap in original wrapping
Adult-size toothbrush in original packaging
Wide tooth sturdy comb
Metal nail clippers

BABY CARE KITS
Sizes up to 24 months
Lightweight cotton t shirt
Gown or sleepers without feet
Receiving blanket
Flat fold cloth diapers
Jacket or sweater
Socks
Dark colored hand towel
Bath size soap in original
wrapping
Diaper pins

Please save sturdy boxes for packing the items.
If you prefer we collect money to purchase the items. Take all items to the Fellowship Hall or give to
Janice Spaeth.