State of Wisconsin Image, link to Google Maps location of St Pauls Lutheran Church in La Crosse, WI
 
Jesus Changes Everything Banner at St Pauls Lutheran Church
St Paul's Lutheran Church, ELCA ~ 420 West Avenue South ~ La Crosse, WI  54601 ~ (608) 784-2304 ~ stpaulslax@centurytel.net

Welcome to St. Paul's Lutheran Church, ELCA


Worship Schedule

Sundays
9:00 and 10:30 a.m.*
Rev. Ted Dewald preaching

Handicap-accessible

Rally Sunday Sept. 13


* Starts 9/13. Combines Family Hour and worship in Fellowship Hall.
All are welcome

Find St Pauls Lutheran on Facebook

Welcome to St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, ELCA

Welcome to St. Paul's Lutheran Church, a small church with a big heart. We are a community of believers in Christ.  Anyone who wishes to know Christ's peace, joy, forgiveness and love is heartily received at our worship services and at our congregational events.  We are actively asking the Spirit of the Risen Christ to transform us into the church that brings God's mercy to the world.   

 

 



"Let the little children come to me,
and do not hinder them, for the
 kingdom of heaven belongs
to such as these."
Matthew 19:14


New!
Family Hour for young families. Small, informal group committed to introducing young children to Jesus, Sundays,10:30 a.m., youth room/nursery,
 780-2206 for more info.

Mission and Vision

Mission Statement

We are guided by the Holy Spirit in a Christ-centered mission to love and serve God, those in need and one another.

Vision Statement

God's vision for St. Paul's is to become a place where we love and trust God, love one another and bear witness to God's life-transforming grace. Filled with the spirit, we are excited about going into the community to share the good news of Jesus Christ with all people. We continue to strengthen our faith by serving others.

Sermons

Sermons are available in CD form for delivery to your home.   Please contact the Church office to set up this service.

Reflection on Lessons

In reference to James 1:17-27, this letter was intended to provide first-century Christians with instruction in godly behavior. Here, Christians are encouraged to listen carefully and to act on what they hear, especially by caring for those least able to care for themselves.

 

Paul writes about love in Romans, Chapter 12:9-13. "Love must be sincere. Hate what is evil; cling to what is good. Be devoted to one another in brotherly love. Honor one another beyond yourselves. Never be lacking in zeal, but keep your spiritual fervor, serving the Lord. Be joyful in hope, patient in affliction, faithful in prayer. Share with God's people who are in need. Practice hospitality."

 

The Bond, St Pauls Lutheran newsletter

August 2015 1
August 2015 2

 

 

St Paul's Lutheran - Activities and Meetings

  • Holy Yoga every Wednesday, 10:30 a.m., lounge (No Holy Yoga on 9/2)

  • Breakfast Bunch meets every Tuesday at 9:00 am. All are welcome to join in for food and fellowship.
    Sept. 01 Marge's on Rose
    Sept. 08 King St. Kitchen
    Sept. 15 Jacqlons, Holmen
    Sept. 22 Features, West Salem
    Sept. 29 Pettibone Boat Club

  • Al Anon meets every Monday at St. Paul's, 7:30 p.m.  

  • WAFER The third Sunday of every month is St. Paul's Sunday to help WAFER or World Hunger by either donating food or giving a monetary gift.

Church Calendar

 

St. Paul's Youth Project

Project m
ade possible by an Action Team Grant from Thrivent Financial

                                            Prayer Requests
Please pray for Terry, Patty, Lucille, George, Dave, Vicky, Kyle, Norm, Gerry, Debi, Jason, Alex, Beth, Todd, Dorothy, Lorraine, Lois, Mike, Jessica, Laura, Erin, Troy, Kate, Mary, Phyllis, Nicole, Colleen, Mark, Jane, Deanna, ... 
                                               Prayer Chain
If you or someone you know (person need not be a St. Paul's member) needs extra prayers at a difficult time call Sheila (608-769-7137). Sheila starts the chain of prayers.

 

Mission Emphasis

Causeway Interfaith Volunteer Caregivers

CIVC is a neighbors-helping-neighbors program funded through donations from participating faith congregations, businesses, individuals, and fundraising events. Services are provided without charge within the Causeway (geographical) area, regardless of faith affiliation, sex, or ethnic background.

CIVC is run completely by volunteers. Its mission is "In our world today, it is easy for neighbors to lose touch with neighbors. Causeway exists to develop caring communities in which neighbors share time and skills in response to the needs of each other." A volunteer is matched with an older adult or an individual with disabilities in order to give assistance as needed, enabling recipients to maintain a sense of well-being and independence in their own homes.