Allen Martinets of Austin found this little gem on E-Bay and submitted it to the Coupland Times.
Someone from St. Peter’s Church or the Coupland Civic Organization might want to add this to their historical collection. Click on the link below to see the front and back. The message appears to be written in German.
Postcard from Rev. Krebs
The Coupland School students will perform Christmas music for the Coupland Civic Organization meeting on Thursday, December 4. There will be guitar music accompanying the students singing. Superintendent Gary Chandler will say a few words about school news. Teachers Mr. Markowski and Mrs. Rumel also will attend. The program will begin at 6:30 p.m. at St. Peter’s Church of Coupland. Following the performance, cookies and punch will be served.
Submitted by Jennifer Dollins
October was the month for St Peter to help sack/pack and carry out for the Food Pantry. They have moved us to November 29th. The next few months are the months that their shelves get empty fast! As you go out to pick up some groceries grab a few extra can of beans, peas or corn…. Everything is appreciated… If not you can always give a cash gift just note it on your check so we make sure it gets to the right source.
Also they have a thrift store that funds some of the foot pantry.
We have baskets at the back of church to leave your items.
EDITOR’S NOTE: YOU CAN DROP OFF DONATIONS AT ST. PETER’S CHURCH OF COUPLAND. DONATIONS SUPPORT THE WORK OF SHEPHERD’S HEART IN TAYLOR.
Martin Garrison is the new pastor of St. Peter’s Church of Coupland. Today was his first official day on the job. His first sermon as the pastor of St. Peter’s will be on Sunday.
I visited with him a few days ago. My first impression was that he is not as young as I had expected. There was wisdom and maturity behind those eyes. He is very easy to talk to and I spent quite a bit more time than I had intended.
He told me he went to high school in Hurst, which is in the mid-cities area of Dallas-Fort Worth. He attended the University of Texas, studying journalism and computers. He worked in television for a while as a Newscast Director. He also did some commercial copy and was the video editor for Central Texas Gardner on KLRU. That period was eight years of his life. He also did some residential remodeling before he decided to attend the Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary.
I asked what led him to enroll in seminary. He said that because he had attended loving churches as a youth, he grew up to love church. When he was about 30 years old, he was reminded of his love for church by listening to books on tape while doing his remodeling work. He specifically mentioned Gilead, a novel by Marilynne Robinson. He also said that Bobbi Kaye Jones, a Methodist pastor in Austin, encouraged him.
Submitted by Pastor Frank Dietz:
Palm Sunday: 13 April – in addition to lifting palms the congregation will observe the Rite of Confirmation with five lively young people. All are welcome.
Good Friday is at 7 p.m. for a service marking both Maundy Thursday and Good Friday with a Table (Communion) and Tenebrae (increased shadows) service concluding in a reflective darkness and meditation.
Easter Sunday: 20 April – Early sunrise at 7:30 and 8 a.m. breakfast for any and all.
Festival Service with Communion at 10:15.
EGG HUNT ADVENTURE FOLLOWS WORSHIP FOR THE YOUNG!
(It is a “farewel time” for sojourning interim pastor & teacher Frank Dietz and Karen as they return their focus and lives to New Braunfels)
Submitted by Ruby Wabbel: