At the heart of our life is worship. We come together to be fed and refreshed through Word and Sacrament and then we turn outward to serve through our school and outreach to the community. We invite you to explore opportunities for ministry and to join us on our daily journey of following Jesus as we offer ourselves for the life and sake of the world He so passionately loves. Worship is held on Saturday evenings at 5:00 PM, as well as 8:00 AM and 10:15 AM on Sunday morning. Join us for Bible Study or Fellowship Hour between Sunday morning services while the children attend Sunday School.
Throughout the week there are always a variety of ways to serve or worship. Chapel services are held on Wednesday mornings at 8:00 with the St. Paul Students and the congregation and parents are always encouraged to join us. A variety of congregation and service committees meet throughout the week as we grow spiritually. Contact the church office or school to learn way to serve.
In March of 1876, out of a desire to worship as they had in their native Germany and to educate their children in the Lutheran faith, a group of 125 men and their families voted to begin St. Paul Lutheran Church in Michigan City, IN. They immediately began St. Paul Lutheran School for 1st through 8th grades. With an amazing amount of dedication and sacrifice of time and resources, St. Paul Lutheran Church was built by December of that same year.
Lutherans are one branch of the protestant faith founded by Martin Luther in Germany in the Sixteenth Century. The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America was formed over 20 years ago. This new church was formed from three separate and well-established North American church bodies: The American Lutheran Church, The Association of Evangelical Lutheran Churches, and the Lutheran Church in America.
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