Wishing all of our Elementary, High School, and College Grads the very best for their future. Well done! Colossians 3:23-24 (NLT) Work willingly at whatever you do, as though you were working for the Lord rather than for people. Remember that the Lord will give you an inheritance as your reward, and that the Master [...]
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NEW MEMBER CLASS: “THIS WE BELIEVE” If you are new at Saint Paul, or have worshiped with us for a while, and would like to officially become a member of our congregation, then our new member class, “This We Believe”, is for you! Our next new member class session will begin on Sunday, February 3. The last [...]
Children's Author-Saint Paul Alum Comes Back to Visit! Saint Paul Alum (Class of 1996) Stef (Maegdlin) Wade visited our school to read her book —A Place for Pluto— and give us a presentation about what it’s like to be an author! It was AWESOME! Great to see you back at Saint Paul! Thanks for gifting us [...]
September 22nd was a great day to dedicate our brand new children's playspace -- Esther’s Park! We were honored to celebrate with 3 of Esther’s children as well as guests from the Village of Mount Prospect, and many alumni, neighbors, and school families. Thank you to all who helped built Esther's Park! We appreciate your [...]
Alumni in the News Congratulations to these Saint Paul alum, who have earned recognition in the following: *Prospect High School Junior Ashley Adams (Class of '15), who was named to the Daily Herald All-area Basketball Roster. *Maine West Senior Jessica Riedl (Class of '14) who was part of the Girls' Basketball Team, which won [...]
The 7th Graders celebrated National Fast Food Day by blending some of that up, then testing for macro molecules like sugar, fat, carbohydrates, and protein. (Spoiler alert: not too much protein was evident, but the other test tubes lit up in a big way!!) Miss Hahn and the students will continue to explore biology and [...]
Look who showed up in Chapel—The Justification League! Boldly teaching Christ’s love and forgiveness!
This year, we embarked on an all-school project! All classrooms read the book "Only One You" by Linda Kranz. We discussed how each one of us is unique, and how each individually contributes to our classroom, our community and our world. In addition, we connected these thoughts to our role as a Christians and how [...]
What a great start to the weekend on Friday night! Thanks to the PTL Board for organizing another fantastic Family Fun Night!