Church Office Hours
8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Tuesday through Friday
Sunday’s Worship: 9:-00 a.m.
Coffee Hour Fellowship: 10:00 a.m.
It is with sad and heavy hearts we share that our beloved pastor suddenly and unexpectedly passed away on Saturday, January 21st. Pastor Troy began his ministry with us here at St. Paul Lutheran only a short time ago, but in that time he forged deep, lasting connections with our youngest to oldest of saints.
Pastor Troy brought with him a contagious, positive energy and was adored by all. Let us take away his example of living our best life; making each day count, loving deeply, caring endlessly, and serving the Lord through both word and deed.
He was a good shepherd with a humble spirit. Pastor Troy moved in quiet ways but his presence was known. Always one to speak with kindness, he loved this church and its congregation.
Our thoughts and prayers are with Monica and their family.
Information will be shared as it becomes available on pastor Troy’s funeral service.
Most merciful God, whose wisdom is beyond our understanding, surround the family of Pastor Troy with your love, that they may not be overwhelmed by their loss, but have confidence in your love, and strength to meet the days to come. We ask this through Christ our Lord. Amen.
December 18th, 2022 ~ Children’s Christmas Program
Christmas Rehearsal 2022
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~ God calls us to journey this life together from our first breath to our last ‐‐ growing as disciples, supporting each other and loving God and all people.
Our mission Statement:
As people called by God, we gather to worship and praise Him in a safe sanctuary where all people are invited to learn and grow in the word of God with unity and fellowship.
We support each other in faith and obedience to Christ. We love, care, and respect one another as God’s people. We commit ourselves to serve and tell others about Jesus. We pursue God’s love and peace in every area of life. The faithfulness of our gracious Lord provides sense to our days and hope to our future.