Sunday Morning Worship

Sunday at 9:30 am, In-Person and Livestream Via YouTube

Masks are encouraged for all services and ministries at St Paul. Please come, worship, and be fed! If you want to wear a mask, or keep some distance between yourself and others at any service or ministry, for any reason, please do so with St. Paul’s full blessing.

Recordings of services can be found on YouTube, updated each Monday.

Wednesday Evening Christian Education

Fellowship and Free Meal: 5:40-6:00 pm

God Squad: 4 year olds – 6th graders, 6:00-7:00 pm
Come and learn fun Bible stories and play games!

Confirmation: 7th & 8th graders, 6:00-7:00 pm

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If you are interested in volunteering at God Squad please contact office@stpaullutheranchurch.net, or click here:

St. Paul in Service to God

St. Paul Congregation participates in a wide variety of service projects to benefit our community, family and friends, and the church world-wide. On-going ministries include LifeServe Blood Drive every fourth Tuesday, Furniture Ministry, Transportation Ministry, and Matura Food Pantry donations every first Sunday. Visit our Facebook page to learn more about how St. Paul shares God’s love.

Worship still looks different in 2021, but the needs of ministry are still great. Learn how you can help.

Volunteers are needed and participants welcome in worship, education, ministry and more.

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Friday, February 3 Announcements

Come worship with us at 9:30. Join us in person or or watch our livestream Sunday morning on our YouTube channel , or view the service on the YouTube channel on Monday. Pastor Tony Nester will be preaching on1 Corinthians 2:1-16.  Here is a devotion from God Pause:   Here in the season of Epiphany, we encounter the Beatitudes, which begin Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount according to Matthew. Clearly well-loved, they teach the contrast between human nature and Christian principles. I have often referred to them as the “be-attitudes,” how Jesus illumines our understanding of his message. Enlightenment is very much an Epiphany theme, and the Beatitudes are kind of…

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