Sunday 8:00 & 10:30 am
Monday 6:00 pm
WELS Daily Devotion
Sunday Family Bible Hour & Sunday School at 9:15 a.m.
Our time on earth is called a time of grace. It is our time to discover the grace and love God has for us and every person in Jesus Christ. Once we discover that truth, we hold on to Jesus as our dearest treasure. We study the Bible, worship the Lord, and strive to serve our Savior in all our various callings. We willingly use the talents he has given to bless one another. The Lord leads us to work diligently to bring this encouraging treasure of Jesus to others, to love our neighbor as God guides us, and to be godly citizens in our communities.About
St. Paul’s Living Nativity is a highlight of both our congregation and community. Started in 2003, we have presented the Biblical story of Jesus’ birth to over 20,000 people! Come and see it the first weekend of every December.
This year St. Paul’s Living Nativity is on December 2nd & 3rd from 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. and December 4th from 4:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.. The outside presentation runs every 20 min. Join us inside our Bethlehem decorated gymnasium for some light refreshments, live music, fellowship, and enjoy some unique Nativity sets from around the world!Learn more
St. Paul’s offers a variety of programs that foster opportunities for children to learn about their Savior and his Word, to interact with one another in Christian love, to use their God-given talents, and to praise their Lord.
St. Paul’s fosters opportunities for teens to grow in God’s Word, develop and maintain Christian friendships, and serve the Lord and other people.
Ministry for adults ranges from spiritual/Bible study to leadership to service roles. There are a host of ways to get involved, and more that can be listed. Please put your spiritual/service gifts to work to honor the Lord!
Martin Luther placed music next to theology and gave it the highest praise. St. Paul’s is blessed to have depth and variety of music to encourage our souls in Christ. It leads us to give Christ the highest praise!
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