Building to Build Disciples...
"O LORD our God, all this abundance that we have provided for building you a house for your holy name comes from your hand and is all your own." 1 Chronicles 29:16
Building in 1965
St. Paul's current church building was constructed in 1965. This is the third church building in the 125 year ministry of St. Paul's Lutheran Church. This church building included a larger worship area, narthex, and basement.
Images from the building construction in 1965----
Making room for everyone
After more than 10 years, of discussion and planning, St. Paul's recently added on to the east of its building structure. Ground was broken on May 9, 2010 and after several months of construction, the addition was dedicated on February 20, 2011. Below is video of the groundbreaking.
Over the past 15 years, St. Paul's has more than doubled its membership and worship attendance. Thus, the new building addition added much needed classroom, fellowship, and office space. Most importantly, the church became disability accessible through the addition of a paved parking lot, level entrance, an elevator, and larger restrooms. The building addition was made possible through the hard work and generosity of the congregation and community. Thanks be to God!
Since the completion of the addition in 2011, many more church and community groups are now using the church building for worship, fellowship, fun, education, and assisting those in need.
We are building up disciples!
Images from the building addition construction 2010-2011 ----
May 20, 2013
8:00 am & 10:15 am
Fellowship Hour 9:00 - 10:00 am
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