Planning Your Visit
St. Paul's is a member of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America. We warmly welcome all people into this Christian community. St. Paul's is a faith community of rich tradition and heritage. Below you'll find a list of questions that we hear from time to time. If we missed something, please reach out to us by contacting us here.
Where is St. Paul's located?
We are located at 120 Vernon Valley Road---Located just north of the train tracks on Larkfield Road. When driving north on Larkfield Road the road splits after the railroad tracks, take the fork to the right and the church will be on the right hand side of the road.
What time do you worship?
We worship each Sunday at 8:30 and 10:30 am. We also offer an abbreviated worship service on Wednesday evenings at 7pm.
*Holiday service times may fluctuate. Please call the Church office or check this website for changes.
Where can I park?
We have a small lot on the side of the building with handicap spots. This lot fills up fast. We also have ample parking on our "campus" across the street.
Are your facilities handicap accessible?
Yes! Our entrance and Church is fully handicap accessible. Also, upon request we can supply wheelchairs and walkers if needed, just call or email the church ahead of time. Our church also has elevator access to all floors.
What do I do with my kids?
Your kids are wanted and needed in our services. During the service, your children are welcome to sit with you in the pews. The 10:30 am Sunday service is when we hold youth programs -- they will be dismissed mid-service to attend!
How should I dress?
On any given Sunday, you will find people wearing jeans and a button-up shirt, to people in dresses or suits and ties. Please come as you are, whatever makes you feel most comfortable and prepared for worship.
Is worship contemporary or traditional?
We do traditional and blended worship using the pipe organ, piano, and other instrumental ensembles.
Where should I sit in the Sanctuary?
Anywhere! Try to arrive a few minutes before the service starts to pick out a spot, don't forget that we have a balcony in the back of the Sanctuary for those that like a bird's eye view of the worship space!