welcome to St. Paul Lutheran Ministries!

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Using God's word as our guide, St. Paul Lutheran Ministries exists:


to nurture believers, to spread the Good News of Jesus to the community, and to raise the next generation of Christians.

Current Worship Series

The Gospels tell only a little about Jesus’ life as an infant. Then, St. Luke briefly discusses the desire of the boy Jesus to be in the temple. Then, Scripture falls silent, telling us nothing about almost two decades of Jesus’ life. For most of Jesus’ adult life, he lived quietly in Galilee, practicing the carpentry he had learned from his adoptive father, Joseph. Jesus had no followers. Jesus was not famous. But at the exact time God the Father had appointed, Jesus left that obscurity behind. The word epiphany means “appearance.” In the season of Epiphany, we watch Jesus begin his public ministry. Jesus makes his first appearances. And in those appearances, it quickly becomes clear that this is more than a random carpenter’s son. As Jesus appears, we see exactly who he is and what he came to do.


January 15/16  -  Jesus Appears as the Anointed One


January 22/23  -  Jesus Appears as the Lamb of God


January 29/30  -  Jesus Appears as the Light in the Darkness


Sunday Worship Services at 8:00 a.m. & 10:30 a.m.


Monday Worship Service at 6:00 p.m.

a cappella choir at st. paul

FVL's A Cappella Choir will be leading the services at St. Paul on Sunday, February 12th.  Under the direction of Mr. Dan Vogel, these talented singers will fill the church with song and praise.Music

Member contact information

Greetings St. Paul partners!


With the adaption to our staff by adding a digital ministry team and leadership, there also comes other changes. One of those changes is our Church management software to help us be more efficiently connected. In order for us to stay connected we need your help.  Please take the time  to fill out the form below. If you have any questions please feel free to reach out to Pastor J or Pastor Matt.


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