• Come, Ye Thankful People

    Give thanks together at our worship service on Thursday, November 26, at 10AM. All are invited.

  • Please remember St. Paul students on Giving Tuesday

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  • Sunday School at 8:45AM for Grade 6 & up:
    Adults meet in the sanctuary, studying Galatians
    Youth Grades 6-12 meet outdoors (location near church)
    Sunday School for younger children has not yet resumed.

  • Blessings in Christ!

    The grace of God and fellowship we have in Jesus Christ is for all. We invite you to visit and learn more.

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  • St. Paul’s Red Doors Welcome You!

    Our members look forward to welcoming you! Join us Sunday mornings at 10AM. (Details below)

    Podcast: "Those Red Doors"
  • Nagaan Waaqayyoo Isiniif haa baayyatu!
    (In the name of Jesus!)
    Oromo Faith Army Ministry

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In-Person Services — Important Details

We rejoice that we are able to worship in person!  Thanks be to God!

You are invited to join us at St. Paul at 10AM each Sunday morning for our in-person worship service. Bible class for adults meets at 8:45AM in the sanctuary, with Sunday school for youth (grades 6 & up) meeting simultaneously at an outdoor location near church, weather permitting. Feel free to contact the church office for more information. Please visit our information page for what to expect and important safety rules/guidelines.  

We understand that at this time not all will be comfortable or able to return to in-person worship. For those who are not able to join us in person, we encourage you to continue to participate in online worship services, Bible studies and prayer.

  • We plan to video-record the live services at St. Paul and post them to our Online Services page later in the day each Sunday.
  • Other online worship services from sister congregations are listed on our Worship Services information page.

For those St. Paul members (and perhaps others) who are not able to worship in person and desire to make an offering to further the work of God at St. Paul, please visit our Offerings: Ways to Give page.

God brings His love to people through the ministry that Jesus established, which is His Church.

St. Paul Lutheran Church is a community gathered around God’s Word and Sacrament, sent to reach the lost, disciple the saved, and care for our neighbors everywhere. We embrace God’s mission to bring the Good News of Jesus’ victory over sin and death to all people and share with them how Jesus has made available a life that never ends. (For more information regarding these teachings, see What We Believe.)

The grace of God and fellowship we have in Jesus Christ is for all.  We invite you to visit and learn more.