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Normal Service Times Resuming / Masks

We have been holding in-person worship services for two months. The Church Council had asked the “Re-Open Church Team” to pause and evaluate things at the end of July. Here are the two- month attendance numbers: Thursday evenings averaged 41 in worship. Sunday mornings averaged a total of 67 at both services. Based on that Sunday average, it was determined that we should go back to a single service at 9:30 am on Sunday. By opening up the back rows…

I Wonder About God – Summer Sermon Series

During our 2020 summer sermon series, we’ll find the answers to these questions and many more as we learn about our Triune God – Father, Son and Holy Spirit – through 13 Old and New Testament Bible stories. We hope that you can join us! First Article: I believe in God, the Father Almighty 6/14 God Made Us: God Creates the World – Genesis 1-2 6/21 God Made the Angels: An Angel Rescues Peter  – Acts 12:4-17 6/28 God Cares…

In Person Worship Resuming

Our Church Council met yesterday and voted to reopen St. Paul’s for public worship services this weekend – June 4+7. The Council also approved a recommended list of measures presented by our “Re-open Church Team” that we will be taking so that worshipers will be kept as safe as possible during these times. While many are eager and excited to return to worship, we want to do this in a way that honors the gifts of God’s Word and Sacrament…

2020 Graduates

Congratulations to our 8th-grade graduates from St. Paul’s Lutheran School! We are proud of all of their hard work. We pray that the Holy Spirit may continue to use them to carry out his purpose and spread his kingdom.

Prayer

A lesson about prayer and the Lord’s Prayer as well as two activities.  

May 15th, 2020

With the Wisconsin Supreme Court’s ruling this week, there is still a great deal of uncertainty about what that might mean for churches in Milwaukee County.  Our Coordinating Church Council will be meeting on Sunday, May 31, to discuss those possibilities after the May 21 and May 26 restriction dates have expired, and possibly some new guidelines will be issued. We want to ensure that in-person worship and other activities are offered in as safe a manner as possible. We’ll be…