Welcome to St. Paul American Lutheran Church!

March 5, 2015

We are currently celebrating the season of Lent.

Lent is the season of reflection and repentance.

Learn more about the Seasons of the Church.

We are members of the Southeast Michigan Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.

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!

This year our youth will be attending the ELCA National Youth Gathering here in Detroit July 15 - 19 for more info see:ELCA-Youth-Gathering

"Restore us, O Lord God of hosts;
let your face shine upon us,
and we shall be saved" -ELW Psalm 80:19

Lent begins Wednesday, February 18, 2015
Service of Holy Communion with Imposition of Ashes
at 1:00 and 7:00 pm

Wednesday mid-week Simple Meals at 6:15 pm will take place February 25 - March 25. From 7:00 - 7:30, table conversations around themes of restoration, with song and prayer will follow the meals in the Fellowship Hall. Join in as you are able!

Saturdays and Sundays in Lent
February 21-March 29
Restoration with "The Parables of Jesus" for faith and life.

Also, St. Paul Lutheran and Christ Episcopal Congregations welcome all to participate during the Lenten Season in a blog at the following address:


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

Starting Memorial Day Weekend, we will again move to our Summer Worship Schedule.
Saturdays, Holy Communion, 4:30 pm
Sundays, Holy Communion, 10:00 am
Fellowship Time following 10:00 Worship

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.

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

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