At St. Paul Lutheran, you'll find a community committed to walking with each other, creative and beautiful music, relevant messages rooted in Scripture, warm hospitality, and a hot cup of coffee. As we follow Jesus, He shapes us to be His disciples. We serve others and share His good news so that all may know Him as Savior and Lord.
Every service includes a combination of readings from the Bible, songs and prayers, a time of confession and absolution, a sermon, an offering, and Holy Communion. Baptisms are celebrated with frequency. A typical service lasts about 75 minutes long. Our services make use of hymns, choral and instrumental music, and today’s modern worship music. Each service offers preaching, drawn from Scripture, that speaks to everyday life and is centered on Jesus, His redeeming work for us, and the life as a disciple.
St. Paul has two parking lots (front and back) which make it easy to attend events. Both parking lots can be accessed from the corner of Vaughn Road and Charles Avenue.
Front Parking Lot
Back Parking Lot
On your way into St. Paul Lutheran, you will receive a Bulletin that contains the outline of the worship service that you can reference throughout the service. The Bulletin also includes our weekly "News & Notes" sharing updates, life stories, and upcoming events at St. Paul.
Feel free to sit wherever you feel most comfortable. We welcome you to read, sing along, and participate during the worship service.
After the service has ended, we invite you to introduce yourself to people, especially to our Pastor. Don't miss the coffee, snacks, and treats available every Sunday morning (between services).
Families are a gift from God and we want to partner with your family to follow Jesus where He leads. Your children are very important and are always welcome in worship. We love when the whole family worships together. Your children (of all ages) are encouraged to worship with the whole family of God at St. Paul - we learn together, we sing together, we pray together, and we receive the gifts of Jesus together.
If needed, the Cry Room (located in the Narthex) is available for walking and comforting restless little ones. Here, you can listen and watch the service while your child needs to run, calm down, and be redirected. Return to the Sanctuary for the rest of the service when able.
We believe it is important for adults and children to gather in small groups for learning and growing in our Christian faith. Every Sunday, from 9:30-10:15 AM, we offer Christian education classes. Through children and adult appropriate topics and activities, we learn together as the family of St. Paul.