Being Fed, Feeding Others

At St. Paul, we embrace Jesus’ invitation that those who come will never be hungry. We therefore strive to be filled with grace, accepting of all people, welcoming to everyone, in accordance with God’s never-ending love and faithfulness.

We invite you to come, worship, grow and serve with us – and to join us as together we grow in our love for God and for our neighbors.

OnLine Worship

In Pastor Carl’s absence we invite you to listen to Bishop Satterlee’s sermon for October 4th on Google Drive or YouTube.

Outdoor Worship Guidelines

Please keep in mind this is not a departure from social distancing. Congregants must wear masks (they are provided if you do not have one).

  • Please remain at least six feet apart from other family groups.
  • The Praise Team will be sharing in music, and you are invited to read along. Recommendations currently advise not to sing together as a group.
  • We have provided a bulletin, mask, hand sanitizer, and Kleenex to any who do not already have them.
  • When sharing the peace, please do so by waving – not touching, hugging, or shaking hands.
  • We will not be passing the offering plate but have provided an offering box for those who would like to use that to tithe.
  • For those wishing to partake in Holy Communion, a contactless host and wine are provided on the table along with the bulletins. The host is under a clear seal on top of the foil that covers the wine. You will be the only one to touch the celebration cup’s contents.
  • The building is open to use restrooms observing social distancing and coronavirus prevention guidelines.

If at any time you have the following symptoms, please remain home and worship with us on-line: fever, cough, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, chills, repeated shaking with chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, and/or new loss of taste or smell, congestion or runny nose, nausea, and diarrhea. If you become sick during worship, kindly make your way to your car. If you need assistance, please make this known by hand gestures or speaking up; your safety is important.

If you would feel comfortable to serve as an usher or an assisting minister as we move forward, please let Pastor Carl or the office know.
We are excited for the opportunity to gather together and feel a deep gratitude for the volunteers who have made everything possible.

Worship Schedule

    •   9:00 AM  –  Adult Education Hour
    • 10:00 AM  –  Worship Service with Children’s Church (September through May, except fourth Sundays)
    • 11:15 AM – Fellowship time

Holy Communion

Holy Communion is celebrated at every service.  All baptized Christians are invited to celebrate Communion with us.

We believe that Holy Communion requires sincere repentance, faith in Jesus Christ as Savior, and an earnest desire to amend one’s sinful life, as well as acceptance of the scriptural teaching of the Real Presence of Christ with his body and blood in the Sacrament. -Luther’s Small Catechism

Music at St. Paul

Music is a key part of our worship.  Please contact our Minister of Music if you are interested in joining the Praise Team or have musical talents that would enhance our worship.  We also form festival choirs for special celebrations like Easter and Christmas.

Assisting With Worship

The people of St. Paul are an integral part of each worship service.  There are many opportunities to assist with the various functions of worship.  You can read more about helping roles here.

Worship Committee

Our mission statement: To serve the congregation by helping people connect with God through a variety of Lutheran expressions.

The Worship Committee is responsible for planning regular and special worship services, and for the training of worship helpers.  They meet once a month throughout the year.  The pastor, director of music, and several other members of the congregation comprise the committee.

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