St. Paul’s church is comprised of a president, vice president, treasurer, secretary, and six boards. Each board has a director and lay members.
Board of Elders: Assist the pastor with spiritual life of the congregation through supervision of public worship including proper administration of the Sacraments, church discipline, and church publications; caring for personal and family needs;
Board of Evangelism: Provides leadership of our congregation in outreach to the community. This includes assisting the Elders in ministering to the shut-in, homebound and member visitation; church promotion within the community; assist in training the laity to bring the un-churched to pastoral instruction classes; provide a means for meeting the needs of the less fortunate and with special needs; and guiding the congregation with financial support to Synod and District synodical programs.
Board of Personnel: Recommend personnel policies, job descriptions and salary ranges of church staff. Perform staff evaluations and insure smooth integration and operation of staff.
Board of Trustees: Administer and maintain church property; regulate use of church facilities; and plan and execute building upkeep and expans
Board of Education and Youth: Concerned for Christian education of children, youth, and adults; develop educational programs with specific objectives; enlist and train lay teachers; maintain, improve, and cultivate use of church library; develop meaningful ways youth can contribute to the church. This board also provides direction and planning of the Lighthouse Pre-School.
Board of Stewardship: Provide Biblical Stewardship principals and give members the opportunity to make a commitment for sharing their treasures; review annual budget requests and make recommendations to the congregation; oversee all church finances; supervise raising of all funds; conduct a Time and Talents Survey; and prepare lists of members for appointment to various boards and present to Church Council.