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.Picture this: After Jesus' ascension into heaven, Peter travels over to the Mediterranean Sea. He stays at Simon the Tanner's home in the city of Joppa. Here in Peter's time of prayer, he has a vision from the Lord which gives him freedom to go to the Gentiles and to know that this promise of salvation is meant for both Jew and Gentile! For by the cross of Christ, "God has granted repentance that leads to life" (Acts 11:18). His Gospel is "a message by which you will be saved, you and all your household" (Acts 11:14). 


Honoring Our Graduates...

St. Paul will be listing names of all graduating members (from high schools, technical schools, colleges, and universities any time during 2019) in the bulletin the weekend of June 9. If you or a member in your family will be graduating during this year, please complete the form (available HERE or at the Welcome Center) and return it to the school or church office by Thursday, May 30.


Open a new account at Cornerstone Community Bank or switch your existing Cornerstone account to a Charitable Checking account, and each year Cornerstone will make a donation equal to 1% of the average balance in your Charitable Checking account (up to $1,000 per account holder) to St. Paul Lutheran Church & School. When you open your Charitable Checking account, St. Paul Lutheran Church & School will receive an added $25 donation. Click HERE for details!

Disaster Response Team

Are you currently LERT Certified? Are you interested in becoming LERT Certified? Do you have Basic or Advanced Chainsaw Certification?

Join the St. Paul Lutheran Disaster Response Team(Learn more about LERT Certification HERE)

St. Paul is forming teams who, when tragedy strikes, will be able to quickly mobilize and provide help in our community, regionally, or nationally to those in need.

If you are interested in being contacted when we are faced with an emergency, or if you are interested in becoming LERT Certified, please fill out this form and you will be added to the St. Paul Disaster Response Team list and contacted when a LERT Certification class is held at St. Paul. Questions? Contact Pam Kugi at

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