Worship News

Special Advent Services

An Advent Sermon Series with Messages for Our Time

Rediscover Christmas Good News

Invite your friends and neighbors!

Advent Sundays are Nov 29, Dec 6, Dec 13, Dec 20

Wednesday Advent Service - December 2, 2020  @ 7:00 pm

Advent is a church season of four weeks leading up to Christmas.  During Advent we get our hearts ready for the coming of Jesus.  The ongoing pandemic is causing a change to this year’s Wednesday Evening Advent schedule.  St. Paul will hold ONE special Advent Service on Wednesday, December 2, 2020 at 7:00PM.  Fellowship Supper WILL NOT be offered before the service.  Join us for this one special Advent worship service.

Christmas Eve and Christmas Worship Services

Christmas Eve Worship Services will be offered at @ 4:00PM and @ 9:00 PM, Thursday, December 24, 2020

Invite Friends, Relatives, & Neighbors!

Due to the ongoing need for social distancing in worship and the popularity of attending “in person” worship services on Christmas Eve, St. Paul is asking worshippers to make an advance reservation.  Beginning Monday, November 30, 2020 reservations may be made on-line at or by calling the church office (440-988-4157).  Reservation spaces are limited and will be granted on a first-come-first-served basis.

If reservations for both worship services reach capacity, a third Christmas Eve worship service will be opened on Wednesday, December 23rd @ 7:00 PM.  Should the third worship service reach capacity, a fourth worship service will be added on Christmas Eve @ 7:00 PM.

There will be no worship services Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve, & New Year’s Day

Christmas Eve services will be live-streamed @ 4:00PM and @ 9:00 PM

Worship Resource for Parents

Because of COVID-19, "Kids Church" is not meeting. We hope to start up again soon! Until then, here is an excellent resource for parents to use with their children:

Parents and grandparents are encouraged to download the Parent Cue app that can also be found on this link. This resource will provide parents and grandparents with support and encouragement for faith development. As parents, we have 936 weeks from the time our child is born until they turn 18! There is so much to teach them as they grow, but nothing more important than knowing about Jesus! This app is a weekly encouragement to parent and grandparents of children birth – 18! Check it out and share it with parents you know!

Worship Anew is a great source of comfort for so many who are unable to attend church. Worship Anew celebrates the new life all people have in Jesus with a 30-minute broadcast service. God's love is shared through weekly Scripture readings, favorite church hymns, prayers, and a pastor's message that reveals God's grace and truth. Worship Anew programs are available to watch online at the Worship Anew homepage.


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BibleGateway - A great resource for reading the Bible and learning from each passage.

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Lutheran Hour Ministries offers resources to help you reach out with the love and Good News of Jesus Christ in your everyday lives. These online courses and webinars will cover five faith-strengthening categories and use an array of multimedia elements to help you gain a hearing for the Gospel message.

Video-Based Bible Studies & Resources

LHM also offers free downloadable online Bible study videos written by pastors and other professionals. Each study has a discussion guide expanding the video footage with supporting Scripture, commentary, questions, and other features to maximize the topic.

For almost 140 years, The Lutheran Witness (LW) has served the church and proclaimed the Gospel by publishing theological essays and reflections that interpret “the contemporary world from a Lutheran perspective.”

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Memory Verse Project:  The church confesses to Christ, “You have the words of eternal life” (John 6:68). The church is encouraged to “Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly ...” (Col. 3:16). Psalm 1 teaches us to meditate on God's Word day and night. It is our great opportunity and joy to read and study God's Word. One beneficial practice is to memorize the Scriptures and, in so doing, to meditate on it. The LCMS invites everyone to join together memorizing a verse together each week.