Connect with our St. Paul Lutheran Church and School team.
Join us in fellowship at St. Paul’s Weekly Wednesday Lenten Suppers at 6:00 p.m. followed by Worship service at 7:00 p.m.Event Information
Join us for the 6th Annual St. Paul Lutheran School Live Auction and Chicken BBQ!
Help our school grow! Proceeds from the auction will support school improvement projects and need-based financial aid. The event will include live and silent auctions for the whole family to enjoy, chicken BBQ, concessions and lots of fun with auctioneer Bruce Muck.
Pre-Sale Tickets are $10.00 and Tickets the day of are $11.00, Kids meals are $4.00. Please call the Church or School Office for information at 585-392-4000.
BBQ Pick-Up 3:00-till gone
BBQ Dining-In 5:00-till gone
Auction 6:00-8:30 p.m.
Come and be in fellowship with other Christians as we study God’s Word and praise Him for all blessings bestowed on us! Worship times are Saturday at 5:00 p.m. and Sunday at 8:30 and 11:00 a.m.Event Information
Only knowing who Jesus really is and the reason for His death, only in knowing the purpose of God’s Law can we discover the joy of the Gospel, the good news of the forgiveness of our sins, new birth and new life—eternal life! Join us as we gather together in fellowship! Worship times are 8:30 a.m. (Traditional) and 11:00 a.m. (Family).Event Information
The Passover was a yearly remembrance of God’s mighty act of deliverance, rescuing His people and delivering to them a new land. On this night, we see how these words were kept and filled with new promise. We have been delivered in Christ from sin and its death, and God has given us a new and eternal dwelling. This Holy Meal of remembrance and anticipation is commanded to be done often and through this eating and drinking of faith we receive the forgiveness of sins. Join us in fellowship!Event Information
. On this day, we come minus all the frills to meet God in the starkness of a cross, where suffering relieves, where sacrifice redeems, and where death dies. It is a somber day and yet a day we call “good.” On this day, all the hopes and dreams of a world captive to sin and death meet the Savior who alone can free us from sin, which condemns us, and death, which claims us. Although the cross is strikingly central to this service, there is a hint also of what is to come. Our Lord cries out in the loneliness of His burden on the cross and yet at the end, He calls Him “Father” and commends Himself to His Father and ours. So stay tuned. This is not yet the end of the story.Event Information