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St Paul's Lutheran Church, ELCA ~ 420 West Avenue South ~ La Crosse, WI  54601 ~ (608) 784-2304 ~ stpaulslax@centurytel.net

Welcome to St. Paul's Lutheran Church, ELCA


Worship Schedule

Sundays
9:00 and 10:30 a.m.*
Pastor Ted Dewald preaching

Handicap-accessible

*10:30 service Combines Family Hour and worship in Fellowship Hall.


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"Let God speak through you, and others will be blessed"

Welcome to St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, ELCA

Welcome to St. Paul's Lutheran Church, a small church with a big heart. We are a community of believers in Christ.  Anyone who wishes to know Christ's peace, joy, forgiveness and love is heartily received at our worship services and at our congregational events.  We are actively asking the Spirit of the Risen Christ to transform us into the church that brings God's mercy to the world.              

 

Christ is Risen!



 



Family Hour
Informal
group committed to introducing young children to Jesus, Sundays,10:30 a.m., Fellowship Hall, youth room/nursery,
 780-2206 for more info.


"Let the little children come to me,
and do not hinder them, for the
 kingdom of heaven belongs
to such as these."
Matthew 19:14

Mission and Vision

Mission Statement

We are guided by the Holy Spirit in a Christ-centered mission to love and serve God, those in need and one another.

Vision Statement

God's vision for St. Paul's is to become a place where we love and trust God, love one another and bear witness to God's life-transforming grace. Filled with the spirit, we are excited about going into the community to share the good news of Jesus Christ with all people. We continue to strengthen our faith by serving others.

Sermons

Sermons are available in CD form for delivery to your home.   Please contact the Church office to set up this service.

Reflection on Lessons
After the Holy Spirit came to the apostles on Pentecost, Peter preaches the gospel to the gathered crowd. He tells them that Jesus, who obediently went to his death according to God’s plan, was raised from the dead by God. Finally, he appeals to scripture, quoting Psalm 16:8-11, to show that Jesus is the Messiah: though crucified, the risen Jesus is now enthroned.


Scripture Verse "My friend, your love has made me happy and has greatly encouraged me. It has also cheered hearts of God's people." Philemon 1:7 (CEV)

 

The Bond, St Pauls Lutheran newsletter

2017 Apr Bond 1
2017 Apr Bond 2


 

St Paul's Lutheran - Activities and Meetings

  • Al Anon meets every Monday at St. Paul's, 7:00 p.m.  

  • Holy Yoga, Wednesdays, 1:30 p.m., lounge, all are welcome

  • WAFER The third Sunday of every month is St. Paul's Sunday to help WAFER or World Hunger by either donating food or giving a monetary gift.

Church Calendar

 2017 Church Council
Bob Rasmusson,
president, Nancy Jones, vice president, Curt Everson, Treasurer, Julie Schroeder, Secretary, John Heim, Merley Rasmusson, Cheryl Peters, Joyce Wichelt, Emily Lewandowski, Ardus Cleveland


La Crosse Chinese Christian Church
The LCCC meets Sunday mornings at 10:30 a.m. in the Feroe chapel on the street level of St. Paul's church. Sunday school classes meet in dedicated space within the building.

                                            Prayer Requests
Please pray for Deanna, Art, Jamie, Amber, Rick, Ella, Jan, Dora, Bobby, Rob, Cherie, Willy,...

                                               Prayer Chain
If you or someone you know (person need not be a St. Paul's member) needs extra prayers at a difficult time call Sheila (608-769-7137). Sheila starts the chain of prayers.

Mission Emphasis

Circle of Support

Circle of Support (COS) offers mentoring and companionship for folks who are caught up in the cycle of incarceration. In our justice system is it is very difficult for an individual to make it out of the seemingly never ending cycle in our jail/prison systems.  Many folks have no choice but to rely on old friends, those whose influence is not one of being a productive member of society. The COS, made up of 5 or 6 functioning members of the community, offers support that many don't get from friends or family. Circle members are not expected to provide money or housing, just good advice. COS members often know of opportunities and options available in the community that could help folks out of the cycle. Most circles meet weekly and chat like old friends. If you are interested in forming your own circle, or joining an existing circle please contact Cheryl Peters. Monetary donations are also welcomed and encouraged.