Upcoming events

Join us as we begin the season of Lent with Ash Wednesday on February 14th – services @ noon and 7pm. We will mark the start of Lent with a liturgy of Holy Eucharist and imposition of the ashes. Join us at 6pm for a time of food and fellowship before the evening service.

Sunday, February 11 after the liturgy we will have a First Communion meeting for parents and kids. First Communion class is designed for children in 2nd grade and up, and will meet throughout the season of Lent. For more info contact Pastor Dave.

Every year at St. Paul we put together Easter baskets for all the kids of our parish and community. In order to make this happen we need help in raising funds to offset the cost. To donate money, milk jugs, or other items please contact Judy S.

Join us on the 2nd and 4th Sunday of the month after the liturgy for a Community Brunch! Come out and get to know other St. Paul people, have a bite to eat, and stick around for a good hang. See the bulletin announcements on Sunday for location information and details.

The Young Adult group meets on Thursdays. For more info contact Intern Mike.

Calling singers, musicians, choir members, and all who want to contribute musically to our worship and liturgy! We are seeking people to join the choir or offer musical/instrument talents. Please see Jim Wollmann for more info and to get plugged in.

Are you in a season of struggle? Are you grieving a loss? St. Paul has a new support group that is meeting the every 2nd & 4th Wednesday of the month at 2pm in the St. Paul Library. For more information or questions please contact Deaconess Claire.

We are in the process of redesigning our website and need your help! Please take this brief survey to give us your feedback and input as we work to rebuild our site.

Join us Sundays at 10:30am for liturgy with Holy Eucharist – as we continue to give thanks for, worship, and receive the gifts that our Lord gives!

The thrift store is temporarily closed for maintenance. This page will be updated when it re-opens.

The St. Paul Food Pantry has continued to be a valuable source of supplemental nutrition for families in our area but it is having a hard time keeping up with the needs of our community. We are getting many new and returning homeless people at our office who need food, in addition to the number of families in our area who are under-nourished due to poverty. Please consider donating or making a financial contribution to assist us in serving the least among us. A plastic bin for the Food Pantry is located in the narthex of the church. We encourage everyone to use this bin to help keep the Food Pantry filled. Any extra cans or other nonperishable foods that you can place in the bin will help this valuable ministry. Remember, no donation is too small. Donations may also be in the form of a check to the church, designated for the food pantry. With your check, we will buy the groceries directly for the pantry. Thank you all for your generous donations. It is a blessing to be a part of a church that cares so much
for those in need.

Following is a list of items that we try to stock in the food pantry that have proven to
meet the various needs of our neighbors (homeless people of all ages and families with
children who need help with extending their nutritional needs):
Canned meats (chicken, tuna, roast beef, etc)
Bottled Water (Extremely important for our homeless population, especially now)
Vienna Sausage
Canned Pasta Meals
Canned Chili
Canned Beans
Canned Vegetables (green beans, corn, carrots, peas, mixed vegetables, etc)
Fruit Cups (peaches, pears, mixed fruits, etc)
Apple Sauce Cups
Pudding Cups
Bags of beans
Bags of rice
Crackers
Peanut Butter
Pasta (fideo, spaghetti, macaroni and cheese, etc)
Instant Lunch Cups
Ramen Noodles
Cereal (small boxes)
This is certainly not an all-inclusive list. Anything that is non-perishable that you would
like to donate is welcomed.
Donations may also be in the form of a check to the church, designated for the food
pantry. With your check, we will buy the groceries directly for the pantry. Thank you all
for your generous donations. It is a blessing to be a part of a church that cares so much
for those in need.