Visitor Information

Are you thinking about visiting St. Paul?  Here are just a few things you should know:

You are ALWAYS welcome!

St. Paul enjoys when visitors are among us and we are very excited when new people walk through our doors. If you are looking for a church home, if you are just checking our the different churches in the area, or if you are just stopping in for the weekend, you are welcome here!


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Worship Times

We have three different worship services for you to attend:

home_churchSaturday Evenings at 5:30 pm – This is our Journey service, a contemporary service where we sing praise music and the worship is less formal than our Sunday morning liturgical services.  We celebrate Holy Communion at every Journey Service. Journey service is held in the Family Life Center.

Sunday Mornings at 8am and 10:45am – These services are more traditional and follow various liturgies.  Holy Communion is celebrated at our services on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month.

Special Worship Services – Throughout the year we will have special worship services during the week, typically during the seasons of Advent and Lent.  On Wednesday nights during those special times of year, we will have a supper at St. Paul at 5:30 with worship beginning at 7:00 pm.  Check our Church calendar and keep an eye out for posts on our home page for more information when those services are are ready to begin.


Sunday School and Bible Class

SundaySchoolOn Sunday mornings there are opportunities for both children and adults to participate in the study of God’s Word.  Sunday School and Bible class begins each and every Sunday at 9:30 am.  Children are welcome to join their age group or grade in their assigned classrooms while the adult Bible Class meets in the Fellowship Hall.  Please join us as we grow in faith together!




Holy Communion

If you are visiting St. Paul for the first time, we ask that you would talk to either Pastor McLellan or and Elder before you commune with us.  This gives us an opportunity to introduce ourselves to you and to get an idea of what your faith background is.  We would love to get to know you!







If you would like to become a member of St. Paul there are a couple of ways this can happen.

If you have a Lutheran background…Pastor McLellan would like to sit down to get your perspective on certain Lutheran teachings.  After he has met with you, you will be received by profession of faith and a member of St. Paul Lutheran Church.

If you do not have a Lutheran background…we ask that you call the church office and set up a meeting with Pastor McLellan. He will discuss with you how to become a member of St. Paul. We look forward to welcoming you!!

Service Times

Saturday 5:30pm
Sunday 8:00am and 10:45am

Sunday School and Bible Class
Sunday 9:30am

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