The Lamplighter is St. Paul’s bi-monthly newsletter. In it you will find the latest news and happenings at the church, the Pastor’s Page, regular columns, prayer requests, and other information about St. Paul’s. Click on the following links to see our latest issues. NOTE: Calendars are not included in the digital issues. To see the Calendar, click here.

Lamplighter March-April 2024

Lamplighter January-February 2024

Lamplighter November-December 2023

Lamplighter September-October 2023

Lamplighter July-August 2023

Lamplighter May-June 2023

Lamplighter March-April 2023

Lamplighter January-February 2023

Lamplighter November-December 2022

Lamplighter September-October 2022

Lamplighter July-August 2022

Lamplighter May-June 2022

Lamplighter March-April 2022

Lamplighter January-February 2022

Lamplighter November-December 2021

Lamplighter September-October 2021

Lamplighter July-August 2021

Lamplighter May-June 2021

Lamplighter March-April 2021

Lamplighter January-February 2021

Lamplighter November-December 2020

Lamplighter September-October 2020

Lamplighter July-August 2020

Lamplighter May-June 2020

Lamplighter March-April 2020

Lamplighter January-February 2020

Lamplighter November-December 2019

Lamplighter September-October 2019

Lamplighter July-August 2019

Lamplighter May-June 2019

Lamplighter March-April 2019

Lamplighter January-February 2019

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    Why Is It The Lamplighter?

    Our newsletter has been called The Lamplighter since at least 1980. It is one way we let our light shine in the world so that others might see it and come to know Christ.

    We are Biblically urged to let our lights shine. For example, Luke 11:33 tells us, No one after lighting a lamp puts it under a bushel basket, but on a lampstand so those who enter may see the light.

    The motto of The Lamplighter is “Let your light so shine…” This comes from the King James version of the Bible, Matthew 5:16: Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven.

    Or, as paraphrased by the Message Bible: Now that I’ve put you there on a hilltop, on a light stand — shine! Keep open house; be generous with your lives. By opening up to others, you’ll prompt people to open up with God, this generous Father in heaven.

    We pray that our light may shine brightly and help us fulfill our mission of connecting people to God through Jesus Christ.