Welcome to St. Paul American Lutheran Church!
We are currently celebrating the season of Easter.
Easter celebrates the resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ.
Learn more about the Seasons of the Church.
Welcome to St. Paul American Lutheran Congregation's Website. it is our hope that our website will provide an opportunity for you to get to know us. You may also follow us on Facebook (see the icon at the bottom of each page). As God meets and welcomes us in Jesus Christ, we look forward to the opportunity to meet, welcome and get to know you!
Weekend Worship Times
Saturdays, Holy Communion, 4:30 pm
Sundays, Holy Communion, 9:00 and 11:15 am
Fellowship Time and Education for all, 10:15-11:00 am
You can also be fed by subscribing to the free, daily Bread for the Journey e-meditations at www.HenriNouwen.org Click on 'Reflect' box.
- Ash Wednesday services at 1:00 pm and 7:00 pm on Wednesday March 5th
- Soup Supper at St. Paul 6:15 meal, 7:00 pm Worship Thursday March 13
- Soup Supper at Christ Episcopal 6:15 meal 7:00 pm Worship Thursday March 20
- Soup Supper at Christ Episcopal 6:15 meal 7:00 pm Worship Thursday March 27
- Sup Supper at St. Paul 6:15 meal 7:00 pm Worship Thursday April 3
- Soup Supper at Christ Episcopal 6:15 meal 7:00 pm Worship Thursday April 10
- Maunday Thursday Agape Supper at St. Paul 6:15 pm Thursday April 17
For more info on the Lenten Schedule click here.
Holy Week ScheduleApril 13 - Palm Sunday
- 9:00 & 11:00 am Holy Communion
- 1:00 pm Holy Communion
- 6:15 pm Agape Dinner
- 7:00 pm Holy Communion
- 1:00 pm Worship Service
- 7:00 pm Worship Service
- 4:30 pm Holy Communion
- 8:00 & 10:30 am Holy Communion
- 9:00 am Easter Breakfast
A Piece to Ponder
“I pray because I can't help myself. I pray because I'm helpless. I pray because the need flows out of me all the time, waking and sleeping. It doesn't change God. It changes me.” -C. S. Lewis
A Place for You to be "church" for others
St. Paul Congregation seeks to be a place where each one gathered can reflect God's presence with us in Jesus Christ. That presence of God can be called "church." That presence of God is hopefully experienced as, for example, graciousness, hospitality, compassion, forgiveness. We welcome your gifts to be a part of that reflection with us and for the world. These gifts are God-given, God-enhanced and God-directed for the service of others, our own well being and to God's glory.
If you are in the area please be our guest. We extend a warm welcome to you and invite you to be part of reflecting God's presence through and with St. Paul Congregation.