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You are invited to get to know the church family at St. Paul. Hopefully, you will consider making St. Paul Lutheran Church your church home.
This is a caring community of believers that reaches out into the world with the love of Jesus Christ. St. Paul disciples serve others in the wider community by caring for their needs. The congregation nurtures one another in faith through worship, fellowship and outreach ministries.
What you can expect
You are encouraged to attend one of the weekend worship opportunities at 5:30 p.m. Saturday, Sunday at 8:30 a.m. or 10:45 a.m. You can expect a traditional liturgy at 5:30 p.m. Saturday and 8:30 a.m. Sunday and a more contemporary format at 10:45 a.m. Sunday.
A worship folder will be available. It contains the liturgy for the day. You may find a seat where you are comfortable. You are welcome to share in holy communion – the table of the Lord is open to all who are in attendance.
Families are encouraged to worship together. We have a prayground in the front of the room where we worship – a table for young kids to color and do activities while absorbing the worship experience. And the children’s sermon helps them to feel included.
There is also a play room a short distance away. It is available for young children and includes a CC television to watch and listen to the worship service. Currently the church does not offer a supervised area for children, but we hope that will be in our near future. Activity bags are also available near the entrances to the sanctuary for kids who want to sit with their families or to use at the prayground. Sunday School is offered each week at 9:30 a.m. between services while parents are encouraged to enjoy coffee, snacks, and fellowship in our gathering area.
In addition to activities around and during worship, we have a children’s library, a cradle roll program, and in the summer we have Vacation Bible School and a community picnic with games and activities, as well as other child friendly events throughout the year.