What's New?

The regular worship schedule has begun: Sundays at 7:45am and 10:30am. Thursday worship time is at 6:30pm. Sunday School takes place each Sunday from 9:00-10:15am. Foundations (confirmation) classes also take place on Sundays from 9:00-10:25am.


Tuesday Morning Adult Bible Class: The Tuesday class takes place from 10:30-11:30am. Pastor Fleischmann will lead the group on Sept. 20 focusing on "The Bible: A Collection of 66 Books." Then on Sept. 27, Pastor em. George Enderle will begin a chapter-by-chapter study of "The Book of Daniel."


Sunday Morning Adult Bible Class: This class returns to its normal Sunday schedule from 9:10-10:10am.  Vicar Zuberbier continues his 6-part series on "The First Letter (Epistle) of Peter," providng an overview as well as the letter's practical means for us today.

Refreshments are also available at both classes. Grow in God's Word each week! 

The annual church picnic will take place this Sunday, Sept. 18, after the 10:30am service. We are planning a great day with a free picnic lunch (kindly bring a dish to share), a silent and live pie action, a petting zoo, a bounce house for the kids, and exciting games (including a "cake walk"! What's that, you say? Come and see for yourself!). One other surprise: you can "splat the pastor"! Yes, throw water balloons at Pastor Fleischmann and get him soaked! It's going to be a great afternoon of fun and fellowship. Bring a friend or two, and join us.


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Interested in knowing more about our Christian-based education, small class sizes, and caring and loving teachers? We have a “pay-as-you- use” childcare with bussing to Slinger elementary schools. The childcare has a super fun summer program for ages 2½-13 years. Get a tour to see what makes our program a 5-Star rated facility with Young Star. Call or email Lisa at 262-644-8295 ext. 1 or littlelearners@stpaulslinger.org with questions.


The Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many. ~ Mark 10:45