If you're new to St. Paul’s Lutheran or are considering joining us for worship,

our doors are wide open to people of all backgrounds. 

We are a family of faith sharing the gospel and love of Jesus Christ.

If you have any questions before or after service, feel free to call upon Pastor DJ Lura

or the members of St. Paul’s to help you.  You'll find people there eager to help in any way they can.

Children are welcome and encouraged to attend worship and are invited to come forward for the Children’s Message. 

In addition, we offer Children's Church for 2nd graders and under during Sunday worship.

We hope that you will return and worship with us often,

and join us in the ministry of our Lord Jesus Christ.


Service Times

Sunday | 10:30 AM

Sunday School | 9:30 AM-10:15 AM

Wednesdays (September-May) | 6:30 PM


Service Times during Lent

Wednesdays 11:00 AM | 6:30 PM



"Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age."  (Matthew 28:19 NIV)


The Easter Season begins on Easter Sunday, April 1, and ends on Pentecost, May 20.  Focusing on Christ's  resurrection, ascension, and the sending of the Holy Spirit (Pentecost), Easter is the most joyous and celebrative season of the Christian year.  We celebrate the good news that in Christ’s death and resurrection we, and all creation, are continually being made new by God’s love and saving grace.



Pentecost is celebrated fifty days after Easter (May 20 this year) and celebrates the fulfillment of Jesus’ promise to send the Holy Spirit to the Church.  Red, the color of fire and blood, is the color for  Pentecost.  The Sundays after Pentecost make up the longest portion of the Church Year.

During the season after Pentecost, we focus on growing together in the life God has given us through the Means of Grace. The color for most of the season of Pentecost is green, but other colors are used for some special days.  Red is used when celebrating Reformation and special days that commemorate those who died for the faith.  White is used when celebrating special feast days that mark celebrations in the life of Christ or His Church.