Welcome to St. Paul’s, where Jesus Christ is our hope. Worship, where we receive Christ’s forgiveness, is the center of our life. This forgiveness frees us to live hopefully in our congregation, homes, and community. We are a “Lake Country” church, with members living in Waukesha, Jefferson, and Dodge counties and serving throughout SE Wisconsin. We believe that we all have callings – “vocations” – which are God-given opportunities to serve others as He works through us. Because of this we invest heavily in preparing children for lives of service through our preschool (Kinder Place) and K-8 Lutheran school. We invite you to worship with us and discover the joy of worship, witness, education and service… in Christ and for the world.
Celebrating 150 years of God’s Grace
From Generation to Generation
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Ocean Commotion Bible Camp June 27 – 30, 2016 Welcome to Ocean Commotion, where you are shore to have a boatload of excitement as you learn about Noah and the great Flood from Genesis! Get on board so you don’t miss the boat! Learn how Noah was able to, by God’s grace: Stand for God…
This marriage retreat will help couples put Love, Respect & Forgiveness into practice. This retreat is about rejoicing in the truth and finding strength through our Lord who brought us together. Love, Respect & Forgiveness will be held at the Blue Harbor Resort in Sheboygan November 11-13, 2016. Registration Fees & Deadlines: July 1 – $325.00…
REGISTER NOW FOR SUMMER PROGRAMS Registration is now open for St. Paul’s Lutheran School 2016 Summer Programs. The programs run from June 13 – July 29. Classes that are new this year are LEGO Play-Well, Kayaking, Bike Rodeo, and Confirmation Camp. We are also offering Extended Care in the afternoons! Download the 2016 Summer Programs…
Registration is now open for the Fred Boldt Fund-A-Family Benefit Dinner on Friday, May 20 at the Red Circle Inn! Register early and save! For more information on the benefit dinner, the fund and to make an online donation please visit Fund-A-Family.
“Living as a Minority” Bible Study From May 8 – November 20, St. Paul’s will explore the book of Acts under the theme, “Living as a Minority” with a strong emphasis on applying the Christian faith to life in our culture. For more information visit Living as a Minority Bible Study.
Based on information from the vision planning sessions and the future of St. Paul’s, a comprehensive plan, titled “Free to Serve” was developed.
Held in the Church Fellowship Hall in the Basement or Ground level floor. near parking lot.
Located in Fellowship hall