About St. Paul Lutheran
St. Paul Lutheran Church is a member of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA). The ELCA has a fellowship of believers over 5 million strong. We confess our faith in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior according to the truths found in the Bible and in a body of writings known as the Lutheran Confessions. As “Followers of Jesus” we believe the saving act of Christ crucified and salvation through grace received by faith in Jesus Christ. We constantly strive to share the "Good News" through Outreach programs, worship services, Christian education and fellowship. As followers of Jesus, this body of Christ welcomes all people as we live out our calling to “Love God and Neighbor”.
St. Paul was organized as a congregation in 1956, and has continued to grow. Although we have more than 400 members, we foster a supportive and caring church atmosphere encouraging the people of God with opportunities for fellowship and education. St. Paul Lutheran Church offers ministries and activities to help the faithful walk with Christ in our community and the world.
You are invited to worship to celebrate your life with Christ. Come and celebrate the love of Christ, share in the Word of God, eat the “Bread of Life” and drink the “Cup of Salvation”. Guests are welcome in the community of believers. If at some point you wish to become a disciple here at St. Paul, you may join God’s church by a letter of transfer from another Lutheran Church or by instruction and conversation with the pastor. If you have never had a relationship with Jesus Christ and would like to experience the joy of life in Christ, come and worship, come and share the Joy of the Lord.
Living together in God's grace, we worship, learn, and reach out as a caring community to rejoice in, and share the love of Jesus Christ.
As a called community of Christians, we gather around the Lord's table to worship, renewed to embody God's love in our community and the world.