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Radical
Hospitality
Passionate
Worship
Intentional
Faith Formation
Adventurous
Mission & Service
Extravagant
Generosity

Featured Events

Events

Sep
8
Tue
8:45a First day of preschool @ Education Wing
First day of preschool @ Education Wing
Sep 8 @ 8:45 am – 10:30 am
St. Paul Preschool is a loving community for children, age two through pre-kindergarten. The church’s classrooms fill with light and life on Monday through Friday mornings, September through May. Contact: Joanna Roland, joanna@stpaulqc.org.
Sep
9
Wed
6p Wednesday evenings @ St. Paul
Wednesday evenings @ St. Paul
Sep 9 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Wednesday evenings at St. Paul are filled with choirs, confirmation, and care. The first Wednesday evening of the fall is tonight, beginning at 6 p.m. with choirs and 6:30 p.m. with confirmation parent night. Contacts:[...]
Sep
13
Sun
all-day Fall start-up Sunday
Fall start-up Sunday
Sep 13 all-day
On this day, we return to the fullness of our Sunday worship and learning for all ages. Worship times move to 8, 9:20, and 11:45 a.m. with learning for all, 10:45-11:30 a.m.
Sep
15
Tue
6p Prayer Around the Cross @ Sanctuary
Prayer Around the Cross @ Sanctuary
Sep 15 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Four times a year, this worship service is held in the quiet, candlelit Sanctuary. Participants pray, sing quietly, light candles in prayer. Contact: Chris Nelson chris@stpaulqc.org
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Radical Hospitality


Everyone counts at St. Paul, from the oldest to the youngest person. Everyone matters. No exceptions. We take seriously the biblical understanding of the church as the Body of Christ. In our best moments, the people of St. Paul function as interdependently as the parts of a human body working together.

We rejoice in sharing each others’ joys and sorrows. We take an interest in the texture of other peoples’ lives. And we welcome each other warmly as though each and every one of us is a special guest in the house of the Lord.

Radical Hospitality

Passionate Worship


Nothing a congregation does compares with the importance and passion of its worship life. Worshiping together with other believers is our most prized moment for giving honest thanks to God. It’s that focused occasion in a given week for all of us to stop pretending to be God.

Lutheran worship, if it is new to you, is not a spectator sport. Everyone participates in the exuberant praise, stirring music, grace-filled words, holy communion, and prayers that call upon the power of God.

Passionate Worship

Intentional Faith Formation


Lutheran Christians consider their lives to be unfinished products. They are constantly seeking to grow in faith and deepen the meaning of their days. Lifelong learning is a big deal at St. Paul. We delight in every opportunity to strengthen our relationship with God over the entire course of our lives.

Ours is a congregation that does not act as if it has all the answers. In fact, we think clarity in asking the right questions is more important than presuming to have some corner on the truth, especially given the complex issues of our day.

Intentional Faith Formation

Adventurous Mission & Service


St. Paul is a servant church. We take our cues for serving others from Jesus Christ, who in a single sentence summed up the importance of being available to others: I came not to be served, but to serve (Matthew 20:28).

As easy as it is to take care of oneself in this world, anyone with a heart full of grace and a soul inspired by love can be a servant. The people of St. Paul take pride in strengthening the lives of less fortunate people in our community and across the world, even when it means congregational adventure or personal sacrifice.

Adventurous Mission & Service

Extravagant Generosity


Grateful people are generous people. Interestingly enough, they also happen to be happy people. St. Paul centers its life around gratitude to God for the abundant blessings of life. We believe strongly in the idea that “you make a living by what you earn; you make a life by what you give away.”

Our congregation makes an extraordinary commitment to give generously to others. This generosity is fueled by the individual joy and commitment of all our people seeking to lead grateful (and happy) lives.

Extravagant Generosity