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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


St. Paul’s is a community of disciples, forgiven and set free by Christ for witness and mercy.


Helping God’s children grow to be energetic servant leaders for HIM through love, respect and a commitment to excellence.


We are committed to working with families to give you the security of knowing that you have made a good choice for your childcare needs.

St. Paul's News


This Friday, October 21, 2016, St. Paul’s Lutheran School will hold its annual Race for Education. Each year, this event has raised more than $20,000, and has helped funded additional needs for the school, such has classroom technology, school library, new bubblers/drinking stations, a new gym floor and more. Currently, more than $16,000 has been raised!…


Muslim Immigration to the United States: Christian Responses Rev. Hicham Chehab, Presenter Sunday, October 23, 2016 Presentation, Responses and Audience Questions: 3:00-4:30 pm Middle Eastern Dinner: 4:30-5:30 pm [/column_1] [/column_1] From studying Islam to studying Christianity, from being a Muslim sniper, to being a Lutheran pastor, Rev. Hicham Chehab bears witness to the fact that our Lord…


“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.

Upcoming Events

B-Team Volleyball Practice
Oct 21 @ 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm
Volleyball Conference Tournament
Oct 22 all-day

@ Christian Education Leadership Academy

4685 Ryan St., Pewaukee


Cross Country National Meet
Oct 22 @ 7:00 am

@ Concordia University

Oct 22 @ 7:30 am – 9:00 am

@ Maxim’s at Oconomowoc Train Depot

115 E. Collins St.

Traditional Worship Service
Oct 22 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm
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