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St. Paul Lutheran Church - Royal Oak
St. Paul Lutheran Church - Royal Oak
"God is our refuge and strength,
an ever-present help in trouble."
- Psalm 46
St. Paul Lutheran Church - Royal Oak
St. Paul Lutheran Church - Royal Oak
Miss our service this morning? Watch anytime! https://youtu.be/2hMslBBk5Lk
St. Paul Lutheran Church - Royal Oak
St. Paul Lutheran Church - Royal Oak
Devotions with Pastor Lange on Lamentations 3. #covid19 #coronavirus
St. Paul Lutheran Church - Royal Oak
The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod
Devotions with Pastor Lange on Lamentations 3. #covid19 #coronavirus
St. Paul Lutheran Church - Royal Oak
St. Paul Lutheran Church - Royal Oak
Here are some gentle reminders about how we should live as “aliens and strangers” in the land, especially in the midst of social anxiety caused by the pandemic
St. Paul Lutheran Church - Royal Oak
St. Paul Lutheran Church - Royal Oak
Miss our livestream this morning? Watch it anytime!

https://youtu.be/4BYUQKTyFiY
St. Paul Lutheran Church - Royal Oak
March 22, 2020 | Sunday Worship Service
Pastor: Rev. Jon Reusch Minister of Music: Greg Paul Liturgist: Will Lichtenberg
youtube.com
St. Paul Lutheran Church - Royal Oak
St. Paul Lutheran Church - Royal Oak
Our building can hold about 700 people.

YouTube can hold many, many more; Let’s fill our “pews” this morning!

Join us this morning! Stream begins at 8AM with service starting at 8:15AM.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_P3eojnLwj6KGLjwraYosg/live

During Holy Week we saw the tragic news out of Paris that Notre Dame Cathedral had caught on fire. The world watched as this symbol of Christianity, that stood for over 850 years, was reduced to ashes. In the moments following this tragedy, Cardinal Dolan said this, “There does seem......

NEW Update! Due to a schedule change, we will now be hosting the SOS Program April 1-7. If you are able to help out this week we can use all the help we can get. Please contact Ken Ruszkowski or the call the Church office for more information on where we......

Most the time when we think of sin we think of doing something really bad. We think of things like adultery, murder, stealing. We tend to focus more on the behavior, but that’s only part of what sin is. If you recall in our confession at the beginning of our......

You may be aware that Lent is later in the year than it was last year or the year before.  In fact, with Ash Wednesday on March 6 this year, this is the first time we have seen Lent begin this late since 2011, when Ash Wednesday was on March......

Do you ever have a hard time formulating the words you want to pray to God?  Prayer, like any other discipline takes practice.  Yet, we are not left to figure it out for ourselves.  God teaches us how to pray.  Of course, we know Jesus gave his disciples the Lord’s......

At the beginning of November, I had the opportunity to go to an evangelism conference.  The speaker was Rev. Greg Finke, and he and his wife have a ministry called Dwelling 1:14. The type of evangelism that he encourages isn’t another program to add on to our already busy schedules. ......

As we come to November, like me, many of you are looking forward to Thanksgiving. It’s a time to relax and to be with family and friends. It is also a time to feast. We feast because it is a celebration of all that God has given us. We are......

On February 24th, St. Paul hosted a live stream event of the Michigan District theological conference Take Heart, Take Action. The focus of the conference was to dive into what it means to be a witness and the role evangelism plays in our faith. The conference was opened by moderator......

Question: What event was fun, exciting, informative and for a good cause? Answer: Trivia night at St. Paul Royal Oak!   Members of the congregation and friends gathered together in fellowship on Saturday, February 17th for the annual Trivia Night. The event raised money for the Youth Group and featured 12 teams, one......

On January 17th, St. Paul Lutheran School and Cranbrook teamed up for a night of learning. Teachers invited parents, students and the community to participate in a science night. There were 16 booths with hands-on activities on topics such as paleontology, bugs, spatial awareness, centripetal force and many others. Thanks......