St. Paul Lutheran Mission

St. Paul Lutheran Church is a congregation of more than 2500 members located 20 miles north of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. We are a member of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod.

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As We Gather:  Today we come to the conclusion of the first half of our worship year. From Advent (in early December) through Pentecost's celebration of our ascended Lord's sending of the Holy Spirit, we have celebrated the Lord's half of the year. We have again received the great plan of salvation-the work of God. At Christmas, God the Father sent His only Son into the world for us. Through Epiphany, Lent, and Easter we saw the Son of God, our Lord Jesus, willingly give Himself for us. Today we worship and honor God, the Holy Trinity, as the climactic festival in that first half. Now we will move on in the Sundays of Pentecost to the Church's half of the year, to see the life and Word of our Lord growing and doing its saving work through us-the church. The colors for today are white-signifying the holiness and glory of God.


May 27: Dr. Roland Cap Ehlke continues with the second in the series "In the World, Not of It." This course deals with Christian faith and life in a world that welcomes neither our faith nor our Christ-centered lifestyle. We'll look at inspirational examples from the Bible and from church history. Last week, we focused on the life and times of the Apostle Paul; this Sunday we discuss the world of Augustine and his mother Monica.



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