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...While today will slip by for many Lutherans without the fanfare of Reformation Day, June 25 marks the day in 1530 on which God-fearing laymen took their stand for the Gospel and  presented their confession of faith before Emperor Charles V at the Diet of Augsburg. You might even call today the birthday of the Lutheran Church! That confession made 487 years ago continues to shape what we believe, teach, and confess before the world today. Centered on Christ and focused on the free gift of  salvation that is ours by grace through faith, the Augsburg Confession reminds us of the high privilege it is to confess Jesus Christ. As our lips confess His name and as we worship Him with "psalms and hymns and spiritual songs" (Ephesians 5:19), we rejoice that Jesus confesses us before His Father in heaven

 Sunday Morning at 9:30am in the St. Paul Family Life Center 

June:   Rev. Dr. Cap Ehlke. The St. Paul Bible class for June is "Cross and Crescent: A Christian Introduction to Islam" by Dr. Roland Cap Ehlke of Concordia University Wisconsin. Dr. Ehlke spent a year of study at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, traveled in Muslim countries-Egypt, Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, Turkey, Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan-and has written two books on Islam:  Speaking the Truth in Love to Muslims    (Northwestern, 2004),  Cross and Crescent    (Ehlke Works, 2016).
The sessions include Scripture and Faith (June 11), History and Culture (June 18), Today and Beyond (June 25). All are welcome to examine how the Muslim Qur'an relates to the Christian Bible, how Muhammad compares with Jesus Christ, our Savior, and how we can live and share our faith
July: Sunday,  July 16, 23 & 30:  Carl Butz will be leading the first three weeks of a six week series starting on July 16th during the 9:30 Bible Study Hour on how God calls us to move through the open doors He places in front of us.
If you cannot make it to the Sunday morning Religious Ed Hour, you can watch them on our Vimeo channel at your convenience! Go to

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