St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church
Our Church is a member of the Missouri Synod
St. Paul's is the "White" Church located on the corner of Wisconsin and
Second Street next to the railroad tracks.
Pastor John Deitz
Sundays: 9:00 a.m.
Wednesdays: 6:00 p.m.
Divine Service Mass Gatherings
CANCELED until Further
We are offering
15 min Mini Divine
Service every Wednesday and Sunday
starting March 25th
from 8am to 7pm.
Please sign up for the
time you wish to receive God’s Holy Gifts.
The sign-up sheet is in
But seek the kingdom of
God, and all these things shall be added to you. Do not fear little flock,
for it is the Father’s good pleasure to give you the kingdom.
purpose of this congregation shall be to give honor and glory to God, to
carry out His will, to assist in preaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ as God
and Savior, to foster Christian fellowship and love, to extend a helping
hand in human need, and to achieve our objectives by the preaching of the
Word of God, by the administration of the Sacraments, and by the religious
instruction of all its members according to the confessional of the
Evangelical Lutheran Church.
Baptized members are all who have been baptized in the name of the Triune
God (Father, + Son and Holy Spirit) and who are under the spiritual care of
the pastor of this congregation, including the children who have not yet
been confirmed. Communicant members are those baptized members who have
been confirmed in the Lutheran faith, accept the confessional standard (Book
of Concord: Confessions of the Evangelical Lutheran Church), are familiar at
least with the contents of Luther's Small Catechism, and are not members of
organizations whose principles and conduct conflict with the Word of God.
Voting members are communicant members who have reached the age of eighteen
years, have been received by the voter's assembly, and have signed the
constitution of this congregation. The pastor is exempt from this
requirement for, by virtue of his office, he does not have voting
Vacation Bible School
Vacation Bible School is held early in the month of June for students in
Pre-K through fifth grade. June 9:00am to
coming soon for 2020)
Weekday School Christian education is given at St. Paul's for grades 1 - 5.
There is Wednesday early dismissal from the public school so that the
children may attend and be taught the Christian Faith of Christ crucified
and risen as their salvation and life through the Word and Sacrament life of
Grades 6 – 8 meet from 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Wednesdays
for Lutheran Catechesis.
Sunday School is offered for preschool through
eighth grade, and Scripture Study for all confirmed members to continue
growth in the Holy Christian Faith
Please Join Us
The hymn writer summarized every age quite well when he wrote:
and decay in all around I see.
Oh, thou who changest not, abide with
St. Paul's Lutheran church is a congregation facing the
sands of our sinful flesh, the world, and the devil's power
with the solid rock of Jesus Christ crucified and risen, revealed
and given in the preaching of His Word, the forgiveness
of our sins,
and the reception of His body and blood in the Lord's Supper.
ever changing culture it is indeed priceless and precious to enter
the doors of St. Paul's on any given Sunday to participate in the
timeless and treasured liturgy and hymns, and be graced with the
changeless Christ. Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today
Come worship with us at our Divine services.
Come and hear, receive and believe that Jesus
is the Christ,
your Savior, the Son of the living God!