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Jesus loves you!
YOU ARE WELCOME HERE!
Our desire is that when you get involved at St. Paul you begin a journey of the heart, a renewal of spirit, a pause in your life as join us as we worship and grow in our faith together in the Lord our God together. We have many ministries in which you can strengthen your faith. Check us out and the many ways in which we minister to every age group at St. Paul
If you are interested in learning more about our congregation and becoming a member, please visit with any member of the congregation or Pastor Janis Sloka, III. Thank you for celebrating the love of Jesus Christ with us at St. Paul Lutheran Church!
CHILDREN ARE WELCOME HERE!
Services are held:
Sunday Mornings at 9:45 AM
Live-stream on Facebook at 9:45AM
Holy Communion (1st & 3rd Sundays)
Our Live-stream can be gone back to later and there is a recording of the worship service. OR you can visit our YouTube Channel for the recording of that worship service. @stpaullutherangarrisonnd
Fellowship & Treats at 10:45 AM
Sunday School at 11:00 AM
(During the school year)
Any additional services will be announced on Facebook and in our newsletter.
We feel strongly that the faith formation of children and youth—just as any adult’s—develops through experience; because of this, we welcome children and youth of all ages to participate fully in worship and our programs.
Please know that the staff and council are always watching the weather forecast and have your safety in mind. Please look for email, text messages, and social media announcements if the weather will affect our programs and worship.
ABOUT OUR WORSHIP
As Lutherans, worship is connected with and central to everything we do—uniting us in celebration, engaging us in thoughtful dialogue, and helping us grow in faith. At the heart of our worship life is the presence of God through the word proclaimed and the sacraments—Holy Baptism and Holy Communion; this is because worship is—first and foremost—fundamentally about what God is doing in the world and in our lives, and then our response to God’s action. In the context of worship we find our response in the liturgy, which is a way of living God’s story. The liturgical texts that form the prayers we pray, the texts we say, and the songs we sing find their roots in both the Old and New Testaments; furthermore, these liturgical texts invite each and every one of us—not just the pastor or choir or any other worship leader—to use our voices to praise God. Through worship we are shaped to be participants in God’s life in this world.