Worship at St. Paul's


Psalm 150 describes well what worship is like at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church: 


Praise the LORD! Praise God in his sanctuary;

praise him in his mighty firmament!

2Praise him for his mighty deeds;Worship Reformation 2013

praise him according to his

surpassing greatness!

3Praise him with trumpet sound;

praise him with lute and harp!

4Praise him with tambourine and dance;

praise him with strings and pipe!

5Praise him with clanging cymbals;

praise him with loud clashing


6Let everything that breathes praise the LORD! Praise the LORD!



KidsSing 10-20-13Worship at St. Paul’s is energetic, inspiring, filled with music and centered in and around God’s Word!  On any given Sunday or Wednesday, you might hear music on guitar or organ, on trumpet or tambourine.  We celebrate Holy Communion at every worship service, and everyone is welcome to commune at St. Paul’s. 


On most Sundays and Wednesdays there is both a children’s sermon and a sermon for adults.  Click here to listen to recent sermons.  Worship services at St. Paul’s last for about an hour, but the hope is that the message and theme of the day will be remembered and lived out every hour of every day throughout the following week. 



St. Paul's Worship services


-  Sundays at 8:00 am and 10:15 am

-  Wednesday Evening Worship at 6:30 pm



Questions about worship?  Click here for some FAQ about St. Paul's and worship.


December 12, 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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