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 Worship Service at 8:30 am and 11am


(Staffed Nursery provided)


Sunday Fellowship time 9:45 am

Coffee, tea and donuts in the Fellowship Hall (gym).

* Communion Service 1st and 3rd Sunday of each month at both services

 All are welcome!



Return from Exile lent 2018


Ash Wednesday-February 14th-begins our Lenten Worship Services


All are welcome to join us each Wednesday evening to enjoy a dinner prepared by 6 different groups from St. Paul with the donations collected going to various Missions both local and around the world.


Dinner begins at 5:30pm


 Worship begins at 7pm


Lent is the journey we make as we travel with Christ from the Mount of Transfiguration to Jerusalem, where He will face the cross and the grave for our sake. This year’s theme focuses upon the journey, though perhaps not in the way we usually walk it. Our overall theme is “Return from Exile: A Lenten Journey.”




The beginning of our journey is exile in the wilderness of sin and death. From the first sin in the first garden, we have been exiled into the wilderness where we have wandered without any ability to find our way out. But every journey also has a destination. Our return from exile brings us into the promised land, the perfect place, the new garden, the courts of heaven—the ultimate destination which was established for us by Jesus’ death and resurrection.




There is great joy in the journey as we see where our returning brings us; but there is also a somber attitude when we consider what Christ faced on account of our sin. Each leg of our Lenten journey begins in the Old Testament and continues into the New Testament, pointing us to the joy that is ours on account of Christ Jesus.

The sermons and resources in this series give the hearers opportunity to contemplate the reality of their earthly journey, but with eyes always fixed on its destination—the empty tomb and the open gates of everlasting life—and with an underlying reality of joy as we hear proclaimed again that we do not walk this way alone!


For a copy of Pastor's 'Take Home Bible Study', click on the following:

Return from Exile A Lenten Journey Home Bible Study.pdf




Our Sunday School children did a wonderful job telling about our Savior Jesus, during their Christmas Program on Sunday, December 3rd, 2017. 


Click the link to watch.


Sunday School Christmas Program


Help support us on

Sunday May 14, 2017

Bake Sale!!


We ladies at St. Paul have been working on It’s Our Mission: Period for about 4 years and we want to                   continue on with a new challenge. Donna Terpstra (founder of the mission) has asked us to be part of a               request that has been made to her to supply Christian Memorial Hospital in Bangladesh with 300 menstrual packages to use to distribute and educate local women. We have decided to take this on and do as much as we can. In order to do this we need to purchase some materials to make this happen. We need your help.                


The following are ways you can do this.

-Come join us on the Third Tuesday of the month where we sew and mark products. 9:30-12:00pm

-Donate 100% colorful cotton fabric

-Donate new Flannel

-Support our Bake Sale

-Monetary donations


For those of you that do not know what this Mission is the following should help refresh you as to what we have been doing.




On Sunday, November 12th, the members of St. Paul honored our Veterans, past and present.

Click the link to watch.

Veterans' Day



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