Worship with Us this Sunday…
St. Paul’s Church joyfully retains the historic liturgies of the Lutheran church as found in the Lutheran Service Boook with their beautiful Gospel focus. We do not do this merely for the sake of tradition. In our world of constant change and loss of reverence, these tried and true forms are reverent and faithful theological settings for the primary reason of our being assembled together by our gracious God: to receive our Lord God’s unchanging Gospel Word and Sacraments for our forgiveness, life, and salvation.
Our principle worship gathering is the Divine Service on Sunday’s:
St. Paul’s Classic gathers at 8:15 am and includes classic and modern hymns led by our music team.
St. Paul’s Elevate gathers at 11:00 am and includes the use of creative multimedia, and a blending of modern hymns and praise songs led by our music team.
Both Sunday services feature preaching that is Law & Gospel centered as well as weekly reception of Holy Communion.*
We also meet to worship on special days during the Church year, including Christmas Eve, Ash Wednesday and Lenten midweek services, and Holy Week services. Occasionally we gather for healing services, and services of evening prayer.
*We celebrate Holy Communion at every Divine Service. We practice “open Communion” and therefore invite all who hunger for God’s grace to come forth and receive the Body and Blood of Christ which is present in, with, and under the bread and wine (we use red wine and white grape juice).
You don’t need to dress up for our services, worshipers at St. Paul’s dress in casual attire. All children are welcome to participate in all aspects of our Divine Services.