We are nurtured and called together by God’s Word and Sacraments. We gather and celebrate around the gifts of God in worship. Through God’s Word we are also called to share the saving message of Jesus Christ with our friends, our families, our community, and our world. “God wants all men (people) to be saved and to come to the knowledge of the truth.” (1 Timothy 2:4)
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Meet St. Paul's Lutheran
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Contact and Directions
St. Paul’s Lutheran Church is located at 8513 E Arlington Rd Haven, KS 67543. Ph: 620-465-3427
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Are you seeking to know what God has done through His Son, Jesus Christ? We would be glad to share with you the hope that we have because of Jesus. Are you searching for a community where you can be spiritually fed and nurtured by God’s Word and Sacraments? Or are you looking for the fellowship of a church where you can praise God for His gifts to you by serving Him in Joy? Join us for worship, Bible study, or for Christian fellowship and service.
St. Paul the apostle writes in 1 Corinthians 2:2, “For I decided to know nothing among you except Jesus Christ and him crucified.” As a congregation who bears his namesake we endeavor to hold to such a bold proclamation. We do this not for the sake of the apostle but for the sake of those in our community. Our calling is to proclaim Christ, for there is salvation in no one else, for there is no other name under heaven given among men by which we must be saved.
We will be having LIGHTNIGHT every Wed night starting with supper, which is provided, at 6pm and a Bible study at 7pm. Hope to see you there.
Join us on February 17th, 2021 at 7:00 p.m. for our Ash Wednesday Service. This service marks the beginning of the Lenten Season with the imposition of ashes.
Lent is a holy season of prayerful and penitential reflection. Our attention is especially directed to the holy sufferings and death of our Lord Jesus Christ.
From ancient times the season of Lent has been kept as a time of special devotion, self-denial, and humble repentance born of a faithful heart that dwells confidently on His Word and draws from it life and hope.
Let us pray that our dear Father in heaven, for the sake of His beloved Son and in the power of His Holy Spirit, might richly bless this Lenten-tide for us so that we may come to Easter with glad hearts and keep the feast in sincerity and truth.