WORSHIP VIDEOS – CORONAVIRUS RESPONSE
We now offer live, “live stream,” and on-line worship.
If you are among our vulnerable population, or if you are immuno-compromised, please continue to use our on-line worship (below) until it is safe for you to return to larger gatherings.
During our evolving response to the COVID-19 virus threat, we have put worship videos below, so that God’s people can remain connected to His word and so that we can hold a holy experience in common with one another. NEW: We have made available “LIVESTREAMS” of our worship each Sunday. This new format replaces our previous “pre-canned” approach. Please note that the livestream means that Sunday’s worship will not be available before 9:30am on any given Sunday.
Holy Communion is now offered in our live worship services; however, if you’re not ready or able to join a public forum, you might also consider our home communion link below to more fully experience Christ’s presence and forgiveness.
Beginning on July 26th, at 9:30am, a “live stream” of our worship may be found below or HERE. Use the previous link, or the link below, to find an archive of previous worship offerings.
We invite you to join us for worship on Sunday morning at 9:30 a.m. At St. Paul we worship in an informal, come-as-you-are setting in our sanctuary, and are confident you will find our worship services to be warm, engaging, and thought-provoking, and, our members to be welcoming and friendly.
St. Paul follows a traditional Lutheran liturgy with a praise band that shares the love of God through their gift of contemporary praise and worship music.
Our little Christians enjoy special children’s moments that are led by our members, followed by our pastor who reflects on scripture and helps us connect God’s word with the challenges we face in every day life. As part of our worship service we also receive God’s forgiveness and share in the sacrament of Jesus’ real presence.
We sincerely hope you will visit us on Sunday for worship! At St. Paul, we welcome everyone. We aren’t perfect and we don’t expect you to be.