A Lutheran Congregation
St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church is a Bible-believing, Christ-centered Lutheran congregation which joyfully gathers around God's Word and his Sacraments (Lord's Supper & Baptism).

We call ourselves Lutheran after the great reformer Martin Luther.  By the early 1500’s, the Church had lost sight of the truth about its Savior as revealed in the Bible. The Lord used Martin Luther to challenge these errors and to bring to light the truth of God’s Word.

We are a part of the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod (WELS). In Greek, word "synod" means "walking together." By “walking together” with other like-minded Lutheran congregations, we are able to do joint work we could do on our own.  We pool our resources to do mission work, to train young people to serve in public ministry, and to put out publications such as hymnals and Bible studies. Above all, we find encouragement in knowing there are Christians throughout the world who share a common faith with us.

If you want to know more about what we believe and practice, we invite you to visit our What We Believe page. You can also visit our synod's page WELS.net or for a more in-depth look, you can read What the Bible and Lutherans Teach.