A Note From Our Pastor Neil Wonnacott
Thanks for visiting our website! We’d love you to join us for church one Sunday, and we hope you find us warm, friendly and welcoming. Our Sunday mornings begin with Bible Study/Sunday School at 8:30am, with our worship service following at 9:30am.
It doesn’t matter where you’re from or where you’re at in life or your spiritual journey. At St. Paul’s, everyone is welcome – and you don’t have to be Lutheran!
Below is a list of our online worship service videos. Check them out or go directly to our Vimeo video page at https://vimeo.com/stpaulsbremen
The church year begins with Advent. Advent has a strong focus on the coming of the Lord. While, of course, we look forward to Jesus’ coming at Christmas, we have to look forward to the coming of the Lord on the Last Day. Link to Service video on Vimeo Link to service bulletin
The Gospel for this Sunday presents us with the second of two aspects of Jesus’ preparation of His disciples for the coming of the end. Together with the parable of the talents from last Sunday, Jesus teaches two complementary answers to the question that is implicit in the parable of the ten virgins from two weeks ago: “How shall we live as
The observance of All Saints’ Day on the first Sunday in November has become a regular feature in most of our congregations. It marks a turning point in the liturgical year by signaling that the focus of the long green season is shifting with a view toward the final consummation of all things, in Jesus. Link to Service video on Vimeo Link
Reformation Day reminds us of the central article of the faith: the work of Christ alone appeases God’s wrath and redeems the sinner’s debt, here and eternally. To this truth, brought to light anew by the Wittenberg Reformation, Luther was called to testify before the emperor—and we teach it to each new generation. What a blessing to have our Youth participate in
The overall theme of the time after Pentecost is growing in faith. That, of course, means growing in our relationship with the one true God. The Propers for this Sunday spell out the implications of this in the First Commandment, according to Luther’s threefold explanation in the Small Catechism: fear, love, and trust in the true God. The one true God wants
Joy is a key word and a key concept in the apostle Paul’s letter to the Philippians. Here in chapter 4, it is good for us to remember that even while Paul was in prison, his joy abounded beyond all the adversity and suffering he was encountering. In addition, he was ever mindful of the ministry and love poured out upon him
ST. PAUL’S LUTHERAN SCHOOL IS NOW A CHOICE SCHOOL!
Those currently enrolling in the 2023-24 school year at St. Paul’s Lutheran School can apply for a Choice Scholarship (previously known as vouchers), reducing tuition costs! Families must be financially eligible and have met other Choice criteria. If you are ineligible for Choice, we offer many other scholarship opportunities. St. Paul’s offers an affordable Christ-centered education in a small, caring atmosphere, for Preschool through 8th grade. Please contact the school office for more information, 574-546-2790, and discover St. Paul’s today!
Online enrollment now available: https://app.sycamoreschool.com/admissions/index.php?schoolid=3959
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St. Paul’s School is a full time Day School serving grades from pre-school through 8th Grade.
Consider what a Christian education can do for your child!
Latest Church News
In the November 27th, 2023 congregational voters meeting, a motion was made and approved to change the schedule for congregational voters meetings in 2024. The change in schedule was made to give members a better opportunity to attend the voters meetings where there may have been schedule conflicts with other activities outside of St. Paul’s or where the normal congregational voters meeting
Take advantage of God’s greatest gift this Advent season! Join us each Sunday morning to unwrap messages from the Bible about Jesus and his presence among us. 8:30-9:15 a.m. Pre-K – Grade 2 (Nazareth Room) Check out puppet Theo’s “Surprise Box” each week as we learn more about God’s love for us. We will hear about God’s promises to Abraham, Hagar, and
WHEN: November 23rd at noon (Thanksgiving day) HOW MUCH: Free! If you and your family or someone you know will be alone on Thanksgiving Day, come join us for a traditional Thanksgiving dinner! We can also deliver to homes for those who are homebound. In order to help us plan, please contact the church office to let us know how many in