“Go therefore and make disciples of

all nations baptizing them in the

name of the Father and of the Son

and of the Holy Spirit…” 

Matthew 28:19 


We celebrate baptisms at St.Paul's often - baptizing children and adults of all ages! 



What is Baptism? Baptism marks the entry into the Body of Christ and is an important step in the life of every Christian.  We understand baptism as a means through which God pours His grace upon people, a grace that is received by faith.  Lutheranism recognizes baptism as one of the two sacraments, the other being Holy Communion.



What do I have to do to be Baptized?   Baptisms are traditionally held during one of our worship services on Sunday mornings or Wednesday evenings.  Once the baptism is scheduled, you will then be asked to meet with the pastor at some point before the baptism.  The meeting gives you an opportunity to learn more about what baptism is, what the baptism ceremony is like, and to ask any questions you may have. 


 If you would like to schedule a baptism or have any questions,

please contact the church office at 715-748-4909 or via email


 For those who are planning to have a baptism here at St. Paul's, please complete a baptism information form (click here to view/print the form) and return it to the church office (drop it off, mail or via email).



 Baptism is traditionally done when children are young but we often do adult baptisms as well.  Anyone of any age can be baptized into the Lord's family!

December 11, 2017

- Worship Services -


8:00 am Worship

9:00 am Fellowship

9:00 am Sunday School

10:15 am Worship



6:00 pm Worship

(Wednesday worship services are a shorter version of the previous Sunday's service)



About St. Paul's

Visit the About Us section to learn more about St. Paul's and our ministries!


Where are we located?

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What's happening at St. Paul's?

Check out our Calendar for up to date information on all the events, services, and ministries taking place at St. Paul's


Serving Others!

Have a desire to help out at St. Paul's, in the community or across the world?  Click here to learn about the opportunities to serve. 


What is the ELCA?

Find out about the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and the history of this wonderful organization on our The ELCA page.

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