Fellowship Bible Class

Raised with Christ

Have you ever considered what our lives would be like if Christ had not been raised from the dead? Scripture tells us we too, in the present, “have been raised with Christ.” (Col. 3:1) Ever wondered what    that means? These are important questions that have everything to do with helping us know how we ought to live now, full of hope even as we face the challenges of life. Join the Fellowship Bible Class on Sundays immediately following the 9 a.m. service, upper floor of Parish Hall. All are welcome!

Gospel on Wheels

Gospel on Wheels is a ministry where we visit those who are hospitalized, home-bound, or unable to attend worship to share communion, prayer and fellowship. This is a wonderful way to express love, care and compassion to others.  Friendship is shared and the sacrament is offered. If you would like to receive this service or are aware of someone who is in need of this service or  would like to be a volunteer, please contact the Pastor at

Women of the Church

The women of St. Paul’s share in fellowship and faith while reaching out to our church family, the community and worldwide needs. They participate in kitchen fellowship, quilt making, monthly Bible studies, prayer groups, a Lenten retreat, preparing meals for shut-ins, and many church activities.

Friendship Circle

Friendship Circle meets the second Thursday of each month in the Gleitsman Lounge for a time of bible study and fellowship.

Omega Circle

All women are invited to join us at our May 1st meeting of the Omega Circle.  We will meet in the Gleitsman Lounge of the Parish Hall at 1PM for a time of food, fellowship and  Bible study with Pastor Dan.

LWR Project Promise

Our ministry is currently making personal care kits for Lutheran World Relief’s Project Promise. These kits are shared with people who have lost everything from a natural disaster or life-threatening violence. Give hope through a bar of soap. In order to make this project a success, we need your help to collect the following items: hand towels, wash cloths, large bath size soap, combs with large teeth, toothbrushes, finger nail clippers with file and 3/4 size band aids.

These items can be dropped off at the church office located in the Parish Hall.

Thank you in advance for your generosity!


You’re invited to join Snip-n-Stitch each Wednesday from 9:00-11:30am. We are always  looking for volunteers to help us make quilts for Lutheran World Relief.

Volunteers are needed to:

  • Trace squares on material
  • Cutout squares
  • Sew squares together
  • Making backs by sewing material together and sewing the hems after being pinned

(Sewing squares together and making backs can be done at home.)

We have 2 sewing machines available in our cupboards in the Dining Room as well as lots of material. We use the tack and tie method to sew the quilts together. Please come visit to see if you like us. No experience is needed, just a willingness to help others.

You can be a part of this meaningful ministry.  No experience is needed, just a willingness to help others. If interested, please contact Gladys Zepp at (330) 832-6804 for more details.