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.
When you worship with us, you will encounter traditional worship for contemporary people: relevant biblical messages, beautiful music that reflects our human diversity, and a warm welcome for all people.
As mask mandates have changed in Illinois and Evanston, St. Paul’s supports one’s personal decision to wear a mask or not in worship as they feel comfortable. We encourage social distancing.
We look forward to seeing you!
You are also welcome to view past services posted to our Facebook page and additional devotions on our YouTube channel. They and other devotions are there so you can listen to them at any time. May you find them a comfort!
Adult Education: Meets Sundays. 9:15 am, in person in the Library. Here's what we'll be reading:
Learn more about how we grow and serve our neighbor! Hope you'll join us!
Pam began a call to the church specializing in children and family ministry. Feeling a call to rostered ministry, she attended the Lutheran School of Theology in Chicago and graduated in 2007 with a Master of Arts. Pam then entered ministry as a Deacon.
For many of us, the work we are called to do evolves throughout our lives. Pam discerned a new call to ministry as a pastor. As a part of the TEEM (Theological Education for Emerging Ministries) program in the ELCA, Pam completed her education to be ordained into the Ministry of Word and Sacrament in 2020. Pam began leading the congregation of St. Paul’s in October of 2019.
Two of Pam’s favorite passages of scripture are:
- Exodus 13:21-22 (God is always with us.)
- Matthew 5:1-11 (The Beatitudes: “Blessed are those…”)
Kurt Westerberg has been privileged to serve as Director of Music at St. Paul’s since 1998, performing on piano and pipe organ, directing the St. Paul’s chancel choir, and arranging music for the choir as well as instrumental and vocal soloists. He recently retired from the DePaul University School of Music, where he served as an Associate Professor of musicianship and composition and held several administrative posts. He holds degrees from St. Olaf College and Northwestern University and has been active as a composer of modern classically-oriented music.
Kurt, soloists, and choir aim for a blend of classical, gospel, and global music to meaningfully enhance the worship experience at St. Paul’s like
Come and Fill Our Hearts With Your Peace featuring soloists, choir, and cello.
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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.