Lutheran High School Westland Sunday at St. Paul’s November 13th

Join us on Sunday November the 13th at 9:15 am for a beautiful service celebrating the incredible ministry that St. Paul’s has as a part of the Lutheran High School Association. That Sunday we have students from LHWL as readers, ushers, and high school parents helping with our coffee hour. We will also be blessed…

63 Years at St. Paul’s. Thank you Burgers!

PLEASE JOIN US for the Burger Farewell Tribute on Sunday, November 6, following the worship service. There will be special treats and wonderful fellowship as we say thank you and Godspeed to this amazing couple. Tell your friends and family. If you can’t come in person, cards can be sent to the church office at…

Teaching Begins at Home

Framing the Day: Home Catechesis Made Simple August 24, 2016 in Lutheran Witness, Web-exclusive Stories! 2 Carl Vogt pages through a Lutheran Service Book during a home devotion on Sunday, Feb. 7, 2016, in Menomonee Falls, Wis. LCMS Communications/Erik M. Lunsford by Tim Pauls Open up the Small Catechism, and each section begins with the…

Working on the Church

Some of our wonderful members giving back to God. They are updating our baseball diamond, finishing our gym floor, and caring for our landscaping. These are just a couple of the things that happened here recently. People continue sharing the blessings God has given them with God’s people. God continues to bless us all through…

Be at Peace

During the week, as I was writing this piece for the newsletter, it seems as if Jesus’ Church was under attack. Most notably there was a decision from the Supreme Court that made protection of life much harder. During times of stress we often ask ourselves why is the world so hostile to Jesus’ Church?…

Following Jesus

Jesus was never one to shy away from the truth. At one point He was approached by three men who thought that they wanted to follow Him. The first man wanted to follow Jesus so that he was in an important position and could work against people he didn’t like. Jesus told him, “Foxes have…

Forgiveness and Its Fruit

Jesus was at the house of a prominent member of the community. As He rested at the table a woman, known by the whole community as a sinner, came to Him in tears. Those around Jesus thought that Jesus should have sent her away because she wasn’t fit to be among proper society. It by…

Does God Care About Me?

You can see them walking toward each other on the road. There is a crowd of disciples and curious onlookers following a teacher. This group would probably be loud with answers and laughter. Going the other way there is a funeral procession. A widow who has already buried her husband is now burying her son….

School Board Forum

St. Paul’s members of the Concordia School Board will host a forum for all members of St. Paul’s Monday May the 9th at 7:00 pm. If you have questions, compliments, comments, or ideas, this forum will allow you to bring them to the attention of your School Board. All members of St. Paul’s are welcome…