The Christian life is not one of individual isolation, but one of community and common life. Even from the time of the Patriarchs in Genesis, God's chosen people have gathered together to worship him as one body and to live with each other as a community. We take this common life that we have in the body of Jesus Christ seriously and share life together as his church in this place at this time.
As living members of this body of Christ that we call the Lutheran Church of St. Paul, we worship together, celebrate together, struggle together, pray together and live life together. This extends beyond Sunday mornings to include a number of fellowship groups, service organizations and bible studies, as well as the occasional special event where we live together as a community of faith and care.
We invite you to be a part of this life together that we have in Jesus Christ.