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St. Paul Lutheran Church, School, and Early Learning Center






Additional worship services are offered seasonally.


St. Paul Lutheran Church, School, and Early Learning Center


As Lutherans, we know Jesus Christ and build our lives on Him. We know Jesus Christ is the perfect Son of God, that He died for every person in the world, that He rose from the dead and lives for all people who believe in Him as their Savior.

As Lutherans, we live with the sure hope of eternal life because of Jesus Christ. We know we are not perfect and we make mistakes in our life with God. But we also know that Jesus Christ has paid for and won forgiveness for those who repent and seek His forgiveness. We know God will forgive us because of Jesus.

Lutherans are Christians who share many beliefs with other Christians.

  • God is three persons in one. God the Father created the world and cares for it; God the Son (Jesus) lived as a human being, died and rose from the dead; God the Holy Spirit works God’s will in the world.

  • The Bible is God’s Word written for us by human writers.

  • Sin exists in every person and is the cause of bad things people do to each other.

  • The earth and all its inhabitants were created to serve and bring honor to God.

  • After death, everyone will exist forever, either in heaven or hell.

  • God has a plan to end the world. On that day He will judge everyone living and dead. He will judge us according to our faith in Jesus Christ.

To learn more about what Lutheran Christians believe you are invited to go to Belief and Practices


Worship is central to all of our life as God’s people. We believe it is essential for Lutheran Christians to gather in worship and praise to the Lord and to develop their own personal and family devotional and worship life. Worship is designed to proclaim the message of salvation through faith in Jesus Christ through God’s Word and Sacraments. Worship has three parts: We approach God by making confession of our sins and receiving His forgiveness; God gives us His gifts through His Word and Sacraments; We respond to God’s Word by offering prayers, offerings, and praise. It is our hope that you will find worship meaningful, uplifting and helpful for your life.

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The Lord's Supper

St. Paul’s Communion Statement 

In the Lord’s Supper, the Lord Jesus graciously shares with us His very body and blood to eat and to drink—in, with and under the bread and the wine. Our Lord invites to His table those who trust His words, repent of all sin, and set aside any refusal to forgive and love as He forgives and loves us, that they may show forth and proclaim His death until he comes. Through this Holy Sacrament, God gives us forgiveness of sins and strengthens our union with Him and with one another.


Because the Bible tells us that those who eat and drink our Lord’s body and blood unworthily do so to their great harm and because Holy Communion is a confession of the faith and unity which is confessed at this altar, any who are not yet baptized, instructed, in doubt, or who hold a confession differing from that of this congregation and The Lutheran Church— Missouri Synod, and yet desire to receive the sacrament, are asked first to speak with the pastor or an elder. You may also come forward for a blessing without communing by crossing your arms over your chest in front of you.


For further study, see Matthew 5:23f.; 10:32f.; 18:15-35; 26:26-29; 1 Corinthians 11:17-34; Lutheran Service Book hymnal pages 326-327 and 329-330.

Adult Bible Class



Come join us on Sunday mornings at 9:30 in the Fellowship Hall for coffee, donuts, fellowship, and time in God’s Word together.

This cross-generational class will discuss what God is teaching us through His Word, and see how the Scriptures apply to our lives today as His people!

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All Ages Dinner and Worship starts with a home-cooked meal and is followed by conversations, hands-on activities, singing and a short message and prayer time in the Sanctuary. These services are designed especially with families and the youngest children of God in mind. All Ages Worship happens every last Wednesday of the month and every Wednesday during Advent and Lent.

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