our core values


This is the heart of our values. Welcoming all to participate in the life of this church, just as Jesus radically and regularly welcomed the stranger, we welcome you.

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8:30 & 10:30am (Includes the Children's Message)



Christmas Season Schedule

Wednesday, December 23rd
7 pm
Devotional Service


Friday, December 24th
5 pm
Christmas Eve Service

7 pm Candlelight Vigil

9 pm Christmas Eve Service

Saturday, December 25th
11 am
Christmas Day Service

Sunday, December 26th
10:30 am
First Sunday of Christmas Services


All services are recorded and uploaded on our website and emailed to the congregation.

Governor Lifts Most COVID Restrictions:
Masks are no longer required.

Pews are now allowed to return to full capacity.

We will begin to gradually return to a full-service liturgy, we will serving BOTH the Body and Blood of our Lord, in with and under the BREAD and the WINE. We will serve wine (alcohol removed), only using individual cups.

Once we have finished Communion, we ask that you return to your seats so that we may have a formal dismissal and benediction for the entire congregation. If you are still not comfortable remaining in church, you may of course leave after receiving communion.

The church is sanitized and cleaned before and after all services. 

Click here to learn more about our sanitizing process or Click here to learn more about the sanitizing product we use-it kills 99% of viruses and is non-toxic.

our mission

We believe

It is our duty to know Christ and make Christ's name be known. St. Paul's is a member of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America (ELCA). You can log on to elca.org to learn more.

First Sunday in Advent

Join Pastor Pryer in this wonderful service, we truly are blessed!