Midweek Services in Lent

Midweek services in Lent will start on February 21 – March 17 at 7:15 pm.

There will be a simple supper at 6:30 in the Fellowship Hall.

Sunday Worship Times:

8:10 am Worship in person

9:30 am Education Hour (youth and adults)

10:30 am Worship (in person & online on Facebook)

11:30 am Coffee Hour

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To join Sunday 10:30 am worship online livestreamed on FACEBOOK, CLICK HERE.

To download the March 3rd worship bulletin CLICK HERE.

To download the March 10th worship bulletin CLICK HERE.


ALL ARE WELCOME
St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church welcomes people regardless of race, nationality, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, family configuration, economic circumstances, or difference in ability, culture, education or age.


Welcome from Pastor Ross Goodman

I sometimes hear people talk about church as a place to visit or attend. At St. Paul, we seek to create a community to which you can belong. We cherish a community in which everyone matters, with an understanding of grace that includes all people. Our congregation doesn’t have the mysteries of God figured out. We haven’t solved any of society’s biggest problems. But we’re unafraid to ask tough questions while we seek to live faithfully and joyfully. Since we pull together from all walks of life, you won’t find uniformity on all issues. But you can expect a spirit of unity, love, and a commitment to the needs of others. These things matter to Jesus, and so they matter to us. 

Are you looking for a place to center your spiritual life? A place to belong? People to grow alongside and make a difference in the world? Friendships that could change your life? I invite you to explore St. Paul–where we rely on the gifts of faith, hope, and love.

Come and give new shape to your life of faith in a community we refer to as “St. Paul.”  Our doors are open to you. 

Come and see, 
Ross