Sunday Services: 8:00 & 10:30 am
Monday Service: 6:00 pm
Wednesday Lent: 6:30 pm
Midweek Lenten services are a highlight every year for St. Paul's. It is a time we sense the days are getting longer as winter turns to spring. It is a time our souls yearn to see how Jesus lengthens our days with all that he endured. Each year we look more in depth at what Jesus did to secure salvation for us...
Pastor Mueller explains why Jesus is so much better than anything we could ever be promised since the Spirit is on Him to preach good news, to reset the calendar, and to enrich our lives. Based on prophesies in Isaiah 61 and the fulfillment in Luke 4.
St. Paul's Lutheran School hosts a Silent Auction every other year to raise funds for school needs. In the past, we have funded our new playground equipment, purchased new bleachers, upgraded technology and raised funds for our resource teacher position...
Start in the new year with a new Bible reading plan! This plan reads straight through the Bible and it only means the reader has a few chapters each day. You can download the sheets yourself and check off each day as you meet the reading assignment. God's richest blessings as you grow in his Word!
Pastor Bode has been doing some fantastic work to nail down our licensing to be able to broadcast as much music as possible from our services. We finally have what we need. You can now visit our youtube page to see more if you like. But here is an anthem called 'The Yearning' which this group sang on Christmas Eve.
This newsletter is packed full of information on all the upcoming events that are happening in the month of January. The office will be closed most of the week of Christmas and New Year's. Please call before making the trip to be sure someone is there to let you in. Have a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
Every year on the second Thursday in December, the Ladies Aid comes together to enjoy a Christmas Party. The Commons area of our facilities is where we meet at 1:30 pm. There are several hymns along with a Bible study - all of which lasts about a half hour. Around 2 pm, the children of the school come and do various skits, songs, and presentations. These last 30-45 minutes.
The Living Nativity Committee has evaluated the weather for today, Dec. 1, 2018. While the weather isn't dangerous, the persistent heavy rain makes the conditions very poor for hosting the Living Nativity tonight. While some may brave the weather, the outdoor experience for both people and animals won't be enjoyable. This saddens all of us who have prepared and planned to serve you tonight. Please know that the weather tomorrow looks promising and the cookies, cider, and especially the good news about Jesus' birth awaits you tomorrow, Dec. 2nd from 4-7 pm. We hope to see you then!
When: Thursday, December 13 @ 7:00 p.m. Why: Take some time away from the hustle and bustle of the season to relax and refocus on the wondrous gift of our Savior Jesus. Enjoy the songs and carols of Christmas, played by The Lutheran Ceili Orchestra on traditional Irish instruments!
Contact St. Paul’s ChurchContact