St. Paul Lutheran Church has many opportunities for you to get
involved. From service groups to music groups to special interest
groups, we have something for everyone. If you don't see a
group that you are interested in, let us know and perhaps we can
help you get one started.
New Time and Talent Forms are now available and
we ask that all adults prayerfully consider their response to the
work of the Good Shepherd and fill out the form and turn it in to
the office. As we consider serving our LORD by serving each other
here at St Paul, the LORD will surely bless our future together.
This link is for the Time and Talent Form. Please fill it out
and return it to the Church Office:
Action Time & Talent Form
This link is for the
Time and Talent Reference Booklet that includes more in-depth
information regarding the volunteer opportunitues listed on the
Faith In Action Reference Booklet
Click HERE to
complete this form online.
If you have
any questions, please contact Bob Kasten at 262-377-4659 or
St. Paul has many
opportunities for you to serve and we encourage
all of our members to use their gifts and talents to help
others! Our current
volunteer opportunities are listed below along
with the SignUp link:
Media Team (PowerPoint, Live-Stream, Soundboard
Post-Worship Cleaning Team
A student in 7th or 8th grade can serve as Acolytes at St. Paul. Those who wish to serve in this capacity will be asked to assist the Pastors and Elders of the church during liturgical services.
The Altar Guild serves quietly and behind the scenes in the important function of preparing and cleaning the chancel for worship, changing the candles and paraments, and cleaning the sacramental vessels.
We value taking time to gather together and delve into God's word. Check out all the opportunities that we have here at St. Paul.
The Board of Evangelism brings the Gospel to the unchurched and maintains an evangelistic presence in the community. They enlist and train God's people in the work of spreading the Gospel. They promote the social ministry of the congregation. (Being generous to those in need.)
Hands in Service (HIS) Group is a group that meets monthly to discuss and facilitate projects that will serve others. Any project that serves others is open for discussion. It our hope to provide opportunities for any and all that want to serve the Lord by serving others. We organize and facilitate projects ranging from one-time to ongoing events, serving those in our congregation, community, country and throughout the world.
St. Paul has an active LWML group. To learn more visit our page which includes links to the national LWML site
This ministry is definitely for the "techie" in you! Here are many ways you can serve. Each one would be given individualized training and opportunity for mentoring from other experienced operators.
St. Paul has a very active Music Ministry with groups for all different ages and musical talents
Online Time & Talent Form
The St. Paul Prayer Shawl Ministry is an outreach program consisting of women who knit and crochet shawls, chemo hats and baby hats as they pray for the people who will receive them.
The St. Paul Quilters make quilts from donated fabric for Lutheran World Relief.
Our Ushering staff offers additional service to our congregation in making people feel comfortable and welcome in our services.
Women gathering together for social and service events.
St. Paul's Youth Ministry offers opportunities for middle and high schoolers to participate in youth events, mission trips, bible studies, and much more.