Worship

At St. Paul Lutheran Church, worship is an everyday occurrence. We believe that we worship God through our everyday jobs and callings in life. We also set aside Sunday as a day of worship, where we come together as members in the body of Christ to praise and glorify our heavenly Father and receive His gifts of grace and forgiveness.


Our Sunday Worship Service is at 10:00 am, and is a celebration of Word and Sacrament. God invites us to come into His presence through the Word, prayer and Holy Communion. "For it is by grace you are saved through faith--and this not of yourselves, it is the gift of God."  Ephesians 2:8. 


We welcome you to be part of the St. Paul family.

Music

Members of the St. Paul Lutheran Church and School family enjoy being involved in musical groups that enrich our corporate worship life and contribute to outreach and fellowship events. St. Paul School students sing for worship and prepare a Christmas musical. Voices for Christ is a select choir for grades 6-8. Students in grades 4-8 may participate in the Band program for study and performance on wind or string instruments; they can also join a hand bell choir.


Members high school age and above sing with the Sanctuary Choir, which rehearses Thursday evenings and sings at worship services; and the Worship Team, which also rehearses Thursday evenings and leads music at services. Members with experience playing guitar, keyboard, drums, or other instruments are invited to participate with the Worship Team and also in the special services such and Christmas and Easter.


If you are interested in being involved in our music ministry you can contact Mark Bolton at 810.239.6200 or at his e-mail.