Welcome to St. Paul Lutheran Church!
Come, Grow in Christ, Go and Serve
Together we share in the joy and fellowship of faith, community and family.
New members and visitors are always welcome.
In our Father's house this week
7:45 Choir &
SATURDAY December 16
One a.m. Service
9:30 Worship with Sunday School Program
7:00 p.m. Blue Christmas Worship
Month at a glance is
Are you or someone you love seeking a
Men's Cancer Support Group?
St. Paul Lutheran is here for you!
We support each other and the American
Cancer Society. Please join us at our monthly
meeting.Contact our office for information
Grief Gathering meets the 2nd
Tuesday of each month at 6:30 pm
and the 4th Tuesday of each month at 10:00 am at St. Paul Lutheran Church. The program is designed to provide a "soft place to land" for those that may experience grief from a loss. Loss and the ensuing grief takes on many faces, and is not confined to the loss of a
loved one, but may consume us at
the loss of a relationship, a job,
a home or a pet.
St. Paul is seeking a director for our Senior Choir & Bell Choir. If you are interested, or know someone who is interested, please contact the church office, 810 982-9853 or Sandy Oswell, 810 984-2297.
Pastor Bonnie Klos
Sunday, December 24th
Advent Worship Service @ 9:30 a.m.
Christmas Eve Worship @ 4 & 7 p.m.
Copper shavings from the new cross. Read more about it here.
Join us for our Advent Midweek Services on December 6, 13 and 20.
We will have dinner at 6:00 pm and worship at 7:00 pm.
There will be family time following worship at 7:45 pm. Our family projects will include decorating cookies for homebound folks we will be caroling to, making cards to send to our homebound and nativity sets to take home.
Sunday, December 17th @ 7 pm
St. Paul will have a Blue Christmas worship service. This service is for those folks that are having a hard time this year rejoicing and being happy-for those that are grieving, stressed and struggling. It will be a service of healing, of remembrance and hope.
St. Paul is celebrating it's
100th Anniversary in 2017.
Click on the 100th Anniversary tab above for more information.
The women of St. Paul tied
and prepared 58 quilts for
Lutheran World Relief.
The quilts were taken to Sandusky and
trucked to Detroit for rail shipment to a LWR warehouse on the East Coast.
There is a place for
Social hour following each service.
Click here to learn more about our Worship Service.
Click here for more information about our Sunday School Program.
Our Narthex is a buzz of activity and packed with information. If there's
something to post or a sign-up sheet to be signed, you'll find it there.
Do you know someone that needs to be prayed for? Please let us know and we will add that someone special to our Community Prayer List. Contact the church office at
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