WORSHIP: 9:30 AM
COFFEE & FELLOWSHIP: 10:30 AM
SUNDAY SCHOOL: 10:45 AM (Sept - May)
Youth - Luther League
An opportunity for those in grades 7-12 to engage in fellowship as well as service, both within our congregation and throughout our community. This youth group meets monthly throughout the school year planning fellowship activities, seasonal service projects, and our annual summer service trip.
The mixed choir provides special music for worship and special occasions. Men and women are all welcom. If you are interested in joining this choir, they practice at 11 a.m. after services each Sunday morning.
There are many opportunities to be involved in each worship service – ushers, soundboard operators, the Altar Guild, acolytes, communion assistants, and readers all help create and sustain more faithful and intentional worship
A calling tree is established to spread the word for a prayer need. Please contact the church office if you have a person or circumstance in need of prayer support.
Children of all ages are encouraged to join our children’s choir which meets weekly for practice throughout the school year and sings during worship on various occasions.
Women of the ELCA
WELCA is an impactful ministry group that provides service, devotional, and community opportunity here at St. Paul’s from clothing drives, to Bible study, to Sunday morning coffee.
Missions & Community Outreach
Along with its traditional offering, St. Paul’s also includes a “noisy offering.” Bring your change and it will be collected during each worship service by some of our youngest members. Noisy Offering supports various local, national, and global service organizations.
Discovery Days Preschool
Discovery Days Preschool—a non-profit, state licensed, parent cooperative preschool which serves three to five-year-olds and runs from September to May—has been housed in our education wing since 1989. For more information call (320) 283-5123 or Click Here.
God's Work. Our Hands. Sunday
“God’s Work Our Hands Sunday” is a dedicated nation-wide day of service. It is a day where we as St. Paul’s Lutheran Church work to make God’s love visible in our community in the form of various projects from visiting homebound members to cleaning up the parks and streets of Lowry.
Youth Service Trips
Each summer our youth volunteers are equipped and sent to various places in need. They have worked with organizations such as Feed My Starving Children and Lutheran Disaster Response to pack meals for the hungry across the globe and join relief efforts in areas affected by natural disaster. The trips are formative for both discipleship and fellowship.
Open to anyone in the community who wants to learn to knit or crochet, or if you’re accomplished at either, Stitchin’ Chicks is a place to learn or to share those talents. Fellowship and mission work are combined. Meeting on Tuesday evenings.
Several hundred quilts are made each year and donated locally and to Lutheran World Relief. The group meets on the last Monday and Tuesday of the month at St. Paul’s.
Every October our congregation holds a sock-drive in order to collect new pairs of socks. At the end of the month the socks are donated to local organizations who make them available for those in need.