St. Paul's welcomes all who seek God in community.  We challenge one another to grow in spirit and compassion.  We invite all into joyful worship, service and learning.  Christ claims us through Water, Word, and Meal so we are gathered, forgiven, fed, and sent to be workers with God and all creation in the redemption of the world.

Click HERE to view St. Paul's 2020 Annual Report.

JOIN US for lent:

All are welcome to worship with us as we celebrate God in song, scripture, and prayer. 

Sundays in Lent: 

  • We will continue our practice of having identical services available; one on YouTube and one on ZOOM Sunday mornings at 10:30am. 
  • Beginning on Sunday, February 21, we will celebrate Holy Communion in Sunday worship.

Please contact the church office to be included in the mailing list to receive the Zoom login information. 

Click HERE to download this week's worship bulletin.

Wednesday Lenten Evening Prayer:

  • We will join together on ZOOM for Evening Prayer. Our service will include content and inspiration from a Lenten devotional called Fury and Grace: 40 Days of Paintings and Poetry from Prison. This is a collaborative project from Hagar’s Community Church from Washington Correction Center for Women in Washington State.

You are welcome to view recorded services posted to our and Facebook pageThey and other devotions are there so you can listen to them at any time. May you find them a comfort! 

Adult Education:  Meets virtually 9:30 am Sundays.  

Contact Michele K. to be included in the distribution login information distribution list.

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We believe our search for meaning in life falls hand in hand with a purposeful life.  At St. Paul's we believe that our work, worship, and prayers together allow the living Christ to meet us where we are and transform our lives.  Come join us as we discover ways to publicly share and live all of our gifts through God's Living Word.


So glad you found us. Best way to learn about us is to come to worship, meet people, and find a group.


Learn more about how we grow and serve our neighbor!   Hope you'll join us!

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  • Pam voves, Minister

    She is working towards her TEEM (Theological Education for Emerging Ministries) certificate in the ELCA. Preaching, teaching, and supporting St. Paul's leaders are some of Pam's favorite parts of being a minister. Pam also enjoys getting to know and spending time with the congregation.  Pam grew up in Glen Ellyn, Illinois.  She and her husband Bill have one daughter, Katie.

  • Dr. Kurt Westerberg, Music DIrector

    Kurt Westerberg uses his many talents to lead the musical side of St. Paul's.  He switches from piano to organ with ease, directs the choir, and arranges music for the choir and guest instrumentalists.  When he's not a St. Paul's helping guide the worship services, he's at the DePaul University School of Music, where he teaches musicianship and composition while serving as the Associate Dean of Academics.