A Congregation of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod

This page displays upcoming events in the order in which they will occur in the future. You can also see events by viewing our Monthly Calendar.

Sunday Worship Services

Join us for worship every Sunday. We have two services, one from 8:00 am – 9:00 and one from 10:45 am – 11:45 am. Coffee hour, Sunday School, and Adult Bible Study are between services. For both of these services wearing a mask is recommended but is not required to attend. Social distancing is practiced. For more information see our Worship Services…

Adult Bible Study

“Donuts and Discipleship” bible study meets each Sunday during the school year from 9:15-10:15 a.m.  It’s theme is “Longer Look At the Lessons”.  It is typically led by Pastor Bobby. Grab a coffee and pastry and join us!  All are welcome. You can view videos of these bible studies and download the bible study lessons on our Bible Study Videos page.

Monday Worship Service

This service is held every Monday from 6:15 – 7:15 pm. Wearing masks is recommended but is not required to attend this service. Social distancing is practiced. For more information see our Worship Services Protocol document and the Worship Services Protocol Video.

History of Christian Thought

The church fathers offer a rich resource of knowledge that can be appreciated by you, the Augsburg Catholic, otherwise known as the Lutheran. This study, led by Michael Leapley, will remind us that there is nothing new under the sun, and that God has preserved the Christian faith since the time of Christ.

Men’s Bible Study

A men’s bible study meets at St. Paul’s every Wednesday morning at 6:00 am. It is led by Pastor Bobby.

Wednesday Worship Service

This service is held every Wednesday from 12:15 – 1:15. Wearing masks is required to attend this service. Social distancing is practiced. For more information see our Worship Services Protocol document and the Worship Services Protocol Video.

Grief Share

Are you struggling with Grief or know someone who is? Grief share counseling sessions led by Pastor Brett Biermann.