Worship

Sunday mornings at St. Paul are a time that our community gathers to enjoy fellowship, worship, hear God's Word, and to break bread together in the Sacrament of Holy Communion.


If you are thinking about checking us out on a Sunday morning, we would love to meet you! We have greeters who will greet you with a smile, help you get where you want to go, and be able to answer any questions you might have.


Each week our worship services include music, the reading of God's Word, a time of teaching, and the celebration of Holy Communion.  We have two different styles of worship:


Traditional (8 AM & 11 AM)

The liturgy is the framework of our traditional worship.  The reading of scripture and the proclamation of the Gospel connect to our daily lives.  We celebrate Holy Communion at each service.  Hymns and the pipe organ are the primary forms of music along with our Adult Choir and The Bells of St. Paul, our bell choir.


Contemporary (9:30 AM) 

At our contemporary service, the order of worship follows a Lutheran pattern of worship incorporating well-known hymns and praise music. The children are invited forward each week for a children's message.  Celebrating Holy Communion weekly and hearing the Gospel read and proclaimed as integral parts of our daily lives.  Keyboard, guitars, and percussion are the primary forms of music. 

Nursery

A staffed nursery is available every Sunday during worship and is equipped for infants through preschoolers.


We use a beeper system for drop offs and pick ups. Beepers are given to parents when their child is dropped off and must be presented to pick up their child.


To read our Child Protection Policy, click here.

Children's Sermons

At our 9:30 AM service, all children are invited to come forward for a Children's Message.  Each message is connected to our scripture readings for the day and shared with the children in fun, creative ways.  After the Children's Message, the children are invited to participate in SpyKids, a time of learning based on the scriptures of the day.  Click on the picture to watch a video of a Children's Sermon!