What to expect
St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church is a comfortable place to worship, learn about living the Christian life through studying The Holy Bible, and engaging in activities that enhance your faith.
There is a basic pattern for worship among Lutherans. We gather. We encounter God’s word. We share a meal at the Lord’s table. And we are sent into the world. Worship is fundamentally about what God is doing and our response to God’s action.
Our Sunday worship service consists of readings from The Holy Bible, prayer, singing hymns, the pastor's sermon, and taking communion (or sacrament). Fellowship with the congregation during worship may include: sharing God's peace (greeting each other), prayer concerns, and a children's sermon.
For Lutherans, worship stands at the center of our life of faith.
Classes are made up of students of similar ages who enjoy meeting to study the Bible, learn about its application to their lives, and build relationships through fellowship.
• Adult (age 18 and over)
• Grades 9-12 (high school)
• Grades 4-8 (middle school)
• Grades K-3 (elementary)
• Pre-school ( ages 3 and 4)
Classes meet in their designated Sunday school classrooms.
Children younger than pre-school age are cared for in our children's room/nursery by two or more trained adult church members.
A rich heritage of fellowship, activities and togetherness has blessed St. Paul's congregation for many years. In addition to Sunday school and worship services, the following activities regularly take place in our church and in our fellowhip hall:
• Vacation Bible School (summer)
• Youth Group activities (high school students)
• Mission activities
• Carry-in meals and celebrations
• Annual Community Chicken Supper
• Weddings and receptions
With so much to offer, you can see why an active church life is a significant part of who we are for our congregation and for our community.