Worship at St. Paul Lutheran

What to expect

What time is worship? 

Worship is held at 9:30am every Sunday. During the school year, Sunday School and Adult Bible Study classes meet immediately following the service. You're invited to stay after worship for coffee fellowship. 

Do I need to dress up to worship with you?

Absolutely not. You are invited to come as you are, whether that's in jeans and a t-shirt or a 3-piece suit. Our goal is to make Christ known to all people regardless of outward appearance. 

What is your worship style?

St. Paul Lutheran is an intentionally traditional community. On Sunday morning we, an assembly of sinners and family of believers, gather around the Word of God for support and encouragement. We sing time-honored hymns and follow a relevant, reverent, and inspiring liturgy to carry us on our faith journey and strengthen us for the week ahead.

Am I allowed to take communion at St. Paul Lutheran? 

Our communion table is set every third Sunday for anyone who comes forward knowing they are sinners in need of God's redeeming. The Sacrament of the Lord's Supper is open to those who have been baptized, instructed properly, and believe the true body and blood of Jesus Christ is present with the elements of bread and wine. For more information or clarification please reach out to a council member. 

What about young children in worship?

We encourage families to worship together. Children's activity bags are available in the narthex and can be picked up before entering the Sanctuary. Every worship service includes a children's chat, during which the young people of the church are invited to come forward for a quick, down-to-earth, relatable message from God's Word.