"Connecting People to Christ"

Worship Service Information

We are currently holding public worship services at St. Paul while following goverment mandates and measures to guard our members and guests against the spread of coronavirus.

- Masks are required
- Hand sanitizer will be administered
- Social distancing is observed
- Services are limited to 150 people
- You MUST sign up online to attend worship (see below)

Services times: Thursday 6:30 PM (Informal, 3rd Thurs is Country Music), Sunday 7:45 AM (Traditional, 3rd and 5th Sun are Divine Service), 9:15 AM (Blended, Traditional & Contemporary), and 10:45AM (Contemporary).

All services offer Holy Communion.


All services are limited to 150 people at this time. To attend worship, you must sign up. Please click here for more information about Worship Services. 

Sign up opens at 9 am on Monday for the following Thursday & Sunday services.

To sign up, click the service you would like to attend.  

Thursday 6:30 pm

Sunday
7:45 am
Sunday
9:15 am
Sunday 10:45 am

 


Watch Services Online
We have many opportunities for you to join us in worship, and while the styles vary,
you will find the same message of Christ's great love for you at all of our services.

Thursday    

6:30 PM 

Informal  (very informal & relaxed)

Sunday 

7:45 AM 

Traditional (using hymns from the Lutheran Service Book with a written order of worship)

 

9:15 AM 

Blended  (using hymns with the organ & praise songs led by a Praise Team, along with a written order of worship)

 

10:45 AM    

Contemporary  (praise songs led by a Praise Team with a written order of worship)

Please click here for cancellation information.

Holy Communion is shared weekly at the Thursday 6:30 PM service and the Sunday 7:45 AM service.  We share Communion also at Sunday 9:15 and 10:45 AM services on the 2nd & 4th Sundays of the month. NOTE: The white wine in the center of each tray contains no alcohol.

Communion Policy:  "All are invited to commune who:
- believe that Jesus Christ is their personal Savior from sin because He died on the cross to pay for their sins.
- are baptized Christians who have been taught and share in the Lutheran understanding that the Body and Blood of Christ are truly present and received by the participants to grant forgiveness of sins and strengthening of faith. (1 Corinthians 11:27 - 29)
- are repentant of their sins and desire, with the help of God, to change the way they think and act."

Children are encouraged to come forward to receive a blessing from the pastor, but should not receive the bread and wine unless they have been certified through our Confirmation program to receive early communion prior to Confirmation.

Wee Care Nursery is staffed on Sunday mornings from 9:00 AM until 12:00 PM.