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Mission Statement of St. Paul Lutheran Church & School

“The Mission of St. Paul Lutheran Church and School is to Equip, Support, Serve and Witness Where God Calls Us”

Statement of Purpose

The purpose of this congregation shall be to serve its members and spread the Kingdom of God by the preaching of the Word of God, by the administration of the Sacraments, by the religious instruction of children and adults, and by fostering Christian fellowship and charity according to the confessional standard of the Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod.

From Pastor’s Desk

500 Years  ‘HERE WE STAND’

Summer is almost here and it’s hard to think about much else, but I want you to be thinking ahead to the fall.  On October 15th, we have an exciting opportunity to worship with sister congregations from all over the Michigan District at the Breslin Center in East Lansing for the 500th anniversary celebration of the Reformation.

Some of you have been participating in the small group studies and have been watching the video series “A Man Named Martin.”  Hopefully you have come to a greater appreciation of the man who led the Reformation, and what an impact the Reformation had, not only on the church, but the entire world.

Five hundred years is a significant milestone, and we are blessed to be around to witness this.  I hope everyone of you will take advantage of the opportunity to worship with thousands of brothers and sisters from congregations all across Michigan.

You will hear more about this throughout the summer and the fall leading up to this event.  Here are the details.

Place:   Breslin Center, Easter Lansing, MI

Date:    October 15, 2017

Time:   4:00pm pre-service concert, 5:00pm worship service

Tickets are free, but you must reserve your ticket by September 5th.  You can reserve your tickets now by going online to https://herewestand.michigandistrict.org/500th-anniversary.


Pastor David Schmidt