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"Welcome to St. Paul's!"
Wednesday Worship/Study Service (Easter to Labor Day) - 6:30pm
Saturday Worship Service - 6:30pm
Sunday Worship Service - 9:00am
Adult Bible Study, Sunday - 8:00 & 10:15am
Wednesday - 10:00am
Children's Sunday School (During the School Year) - 10:15am
Live Broadcasts (Sunday, 9:00am):
Radio Service - 94.7 KNEN FM
Internet Livestream Service - Worship page
Wednesday 9:00am - Cable Ch. 12
St. Paul's Lutheran Church
1100 Georgia Avenue
Norfolk, Nebraska 68701
"The wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord."
What We Believe
by those who first settled Norfolk. Ever since, the Lord has been blessing our efforts to serve our community and share the Gospel of Jesus Christ with its people. For more information about who we are, opportunities and blessings that come with being a part of St. Paul's, and why we do what we do, feel free to check out the "Welcome to St. Paul's!" link on the left.
St. Paul’s Lutheran Church is part of the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod (WELS). The WELS, characterized as theologically conservative, is the third largest Lutheran church body in America. With national offices in Waukesha, Wisconsin, WELS began in 1850 when three German pastors met in Milwaukee and joined hands for mutual encouragement and support. Today, it has grown to almost 1,300 congregations in North America. It has about 400,000 baptized members, is served by over 1,000 pastors, maintains one of the largest Lutheran school systems in the country, and also supports mission fields on five continents around the world.
For a more detailed explanation of what we believe, teach, and confess, you may also wish to check out www.wels.net, which has more information and resources about our Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod. If you have any questions, please contact us; we'd love a chance to talk with you about them.
FaithBuilders is our course on the basic teachings of the Bible. It covers ten lessons over ten weeks, and is offered three times throughout the year. It normally meets on Sundays after church and repeats on Tuesday evenings at 6 PM. Everyone is welcome, beginners to Christianity as well as veterans. No matter who you are, this course will build your faith in Jesus Christ, strengthen your hope for eternal life in heaven, and give you the opportunity to get answers to the questions about God and the Bible that you've always wanted to ask. This is also the course we use for membership in our congregation. Call or email Pastor Reichert for more information and to find out when the next session begins.
Growing through the Word, going with the Word... Together by grace alone.
Do you have an idea for a community service project for the St. Paul's men's leadership group?
Click on the link, and fill out a request for yourself or someone else!
What Should I Wear?
When you come to St. Paul's, you will see a wide variety of church attire - from t-shirts and shorts all the way up to suits and ties - and you will find that our Saturday evening service tends to be more informal than our Sunday morning service. What you wear to any particular service or event is a way that you show how much it means to you, and there is freedom there for each person's own expression. We readily acknowledge that coming into God's house for worship is a special time and deserves our reverence, but the attitude of our hearts is far more important than the clothes that we wear (Joel 2:13). So while we encourage you to dress in whatever way you feel honors God and shows that special reverence for the occasion, we encourage you even more just to come, because you're welcome here no matter what you're wearing.
Would you like to donate to support the ministries of St. Paul's? Please consider doing so by using the "Donate" button on the upper left, or by enrolling in the Simply Giving program. Simply Giving is St. Paul's simple, easy automated offering service through Thrivent Financial. If you'd like to enroll, click on the picture above to download an authorization form. Then print it, fill it out, and leave it in our Finance Office at church. Thank you!