st. paul's web updates this week

  • TOWN HALL MEETING April 18 congregational meeting | read more below
  • 500th ANNIVERSARY PRESENTATION: April 18 Romans Bible study highlights Luther's Diet of Worms "Here I Am" proclamation | read more
  • NEW ALTAR DEDICATION | April 18 Living Stone service | read more below
  • "LINK" FOR YOUNG ADULTS | New fellowship group for young adults 21+ | Info meeting April 22 | read more below
  • WHAT WE BELIEVE CLASS | Upcoming class on the basics of the Lutheran faith | read more
  • GOLF TOURNAMENT | April 26 golf tournament at Forest Park |  read more below
  • VACATION BIBLE SCHOOLJune 7-11 God's Wonder Lab registration is open | visit VBS page
  • RUMMAGE SALE | Shop June 16, 18 and 19 | details below
  • WORSHIP | April 11 Sanctuary and Living Stone worship services online now |  watch

  • town hall meeting: april 18

    The congregation is invited on  April 18, following the 10:45am services, to discuss the initial recommendations of the Bill Meisch Estate Committee. This will not be a voters' meeting, but will be an opportunity for information sharing and discussion.  

    Review past voters' meeting results and minutes in our Member Portal here.

  • new LIVING STONE altar dedication: april 18

    Join us at the 10:45 a.m. worship service in the gym for Living Stone as we dedicate our new custom-designed and crafted altar.  

  • april 18 Spring Social

    for Families of Children in Pre-K – Grade 1

    Date | Sunday, April 18, noon - 1:00 p.m. 

    Meet | Main entrance to new K-8 school building + playground

    Who | ALL kids Pre-K to 1st (entering K-2) and their families ... church, ECC, school, new student families


    The more we get together, the happier we’ll be! Pre-K, kindergarten, and 1st grade children and families are invited to a spring social event! Children can enjoy playtime on the brand new playground and join in games on the upper parking lot while parents socialize near the new entrance pavilion. Chaperones will be available to monitor the children at play. No registration is necessary. We look forward to the fellowship we’ve missed so much! Families with older children ... stay tuned!

    Details: Masks are required for ages five and up. No food or drink is permitted on the playground. Bottled water and nametags will be provided. The school building will be closed during the event. In case of rain, the event will be postponed. 

    Questions? Contact Envelope Pastor Wade, or EnvelopeJoanna Hoeltge.

  • what we believe class: APRIL & MAY

    Dates Mon. 4/19 at 5:30 p.m. | Mon. 5/3 at 5:30 | Mon. 5/17 at 5:30 | Tues. 5/18 at 6:30 p.m.

    Location Conference room

    Delve into the basics of the Christian faith and what Lutherans believe.  All are welcome, whether to refresh your understanding or to learn something new. Read more.  To join the class contact  Envelope Pastor Wade.

  • "LINK" for young adults: learn more April 22

    Information meeting | Thurs., April 22 at 6:30 p.m. | Fellowship Hall | sign up

    This May, St. Paul’s launches "Link" — a fellowship group for young people that focuses not only on faith-based discussions but also provides fun, in-person social opportunities for all over the age of 21.

    We encourage anyone interested in learning more to join us on April 22 for an informational meeting for this new ministry opportunity.

    "Link" is not just for St. Paul’s members: if you know of someone who would be interested, please contact  Envelope  Pastor Wade

  • golf tournament: april 26

    Register here | Brochure | Flyer | Sponsor letter

    Location: The Courses at Forest Park, 6141 Lagoon, St. Louis, MO 63112

    We're teeing up for a terrific golf tournament on April 26 to benefit St. Paul's Lutheran School! Comradery and school spirit will be par for the course, along with lunch, an auction/awards dinner, raffles, contests, and sponsorship opportunities.

  • Summer sports camp registration now open

    Registration link| Read more here

    Volleyball, Basketball, Cheer | K-8th grade options | 40 to $75 | Includes camp t-shirt

    St. Paul's offers a strong 32-year tradition of quality sports camps for our community, school, and church. 

    Our camps emphasize Christian sportsmanship, skill-building on the individual player's level, knowledge of the game, contests promoting self-improvement, unselfish play, and teamwork. Each camp has a Christian focus and opens with a devotion and prayer.

  • vacation bible school: june 7-11

    circlerightarrowVisit our VBS information and registration page

    June 7 to 11, 2021 | 9 a.m. to 12 noon

    Ages | 3 years old to 4th Grade (+ 5th-12th**)

    At God's Wonder Lab: Jesus Does the Impossible VBS, children will play, explore, create, and learn about God's love and promises! VBS at St. Paul's is filled with fun, friendship, music, amazing games, crafts, snacks and creatively-presented Bible lessons! A week of exploration-filled fun awaits!

    Due to COVID-19 protocols, VBS capacity is limited: register soon.

june rummage sale

Come and shop for bargains at our giant church-wide rummage sale!

We're across from West County Mall  circlemap Directions

Furniture • children's clothes • toys • home decor • tools • athletic gear • bikes • kitchenware • dishes • linens • antiques • art • books • electronics • outdoor & patio • shoes • purses • coats • men's & women's clothes • games • jewelry • holiday decor.

Rummage sale shopping days

  • Wednesday, June 16 | 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
  • Friday, June 18 | 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
  • Saturday, June 19 | 8:00 a.m. to noon

Donation drop-off days

We happily accept donations of household items! Ask for a tax deductible receipt. 

  • Week of June 13-19; watch for announcement of days and times

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Alternate Calendar  NEXT DATE: Monday, May 3

First Monday of each month. Two time options: 12:00 noon or 12:30 p.m. 

If physical challenges or concerns about large crowds and COVID-19 transmission have kept you from in-person church worship or Communion, you are warmly invited to a special small-setting worship opportunity on the first Monday of each month. 

Our pastors look forward to meeting you in the west church lobby for orders of worship, with Holy Communion. Masks will be required and seating will be physically distanced. Registration is not necessary. 

Please note that this opportunity is set aside for those who are not regularly present for in-person worship at church.