Worship with Communion: 9:30 am
Faith Formation: 10:45 am
St. Paul provides a bright and cheerful nursery that
is staffed on Sundays from 9:15 am to 11:45 am.
Special Worship Services
Lenten Services at 1 pm and 7 pm – Dinner served from 5:30 pm to 7 pm
Maundy Thursday at 1 pm and 7 pm
Good Friday at 1 pm – Veneration of the Crucified held jointly with St. James Lutheran / See the calendar for location
Good Friday at 7:30 pm – Tenebrae Service (Seven Last Words of Christ)
Easter Sunday at 9:30 am – Breakfast served after service
Thanksgiving Eve Service at 7 pm
Christmas Eve Services at 4 pm (Family Service), 7 pm (carols and stories) and 11 pm (traditional Candlelight).
See the calendar for other special worship opportunities.
Our Mission Statement
Sharing God’s grace through Christ, we love, pray, rejoice and serve. The aim of ministry at St. Paul is to bring each member to:
Holy Communion is one of two sacraments in the Lutheran Church. Our Lord Jesus Christ invites us to come to His table to receive the bread and wine in which he is truly present with his body and blood. We receive the gifts he offers: new life, forgiveness of sin, and the gift of eternal life. All are welcome to the table of the Lord, since it is His invitation. We celebrate open communion at St. Paul. You do not have to be a member of this parish to participate in the Lord’s Supper.
Holy Communion is offered every Sunday and when we are celebrating a special Holy Day. White grape juice is available for those who prefer this instead of wine.
The pastor and Communion Assistants are available and willing to bring Holy Communion to those who are homebound or residing in a nursing home or assisted-living facility.
Communion Ministers are trained and commissioned to serve in this important ministry. If you would like to become a Communion Minister, please talk with the Pastor.