Worship Schedule

The Holy Eucharist

is celebrated on Sundays

at 8:00 and 10:30 a.m.

Come and worship with us in our completely renovated beautiful building.  We have something for everyone.

 For the summer we have Sunday School for the Adults at 9:15 a.m.  The Children are taking a break for the summer and their classes will resume in September.  On special occasions, we have inter-generational activities/programs for both children and adults to work together. More information about the classes can be found by clicking here…Learn and “Our Church” Newsletter.

June had many special holy days to celebrate this year.  The Seventh Sunday of Easter, the Day of Pentecost, and the Feast of the Holy Trinity.  These days kept us focused on the good news of the ressurrection, the gift of the Holy Spirit and the doctrine of the Holy Trinity.  Our worship life will remain rich and full as we acknowledge these days and have scripture readings that bear witness to Christ and his loving purpose for us and a world in great need.  The last two Sundays in June will lead us to a more relaxed worship style, the musical setting for the liturgy will be the Jazz setting from Evangelical Lutheran Worship, and we will focus on the Epistle reading from Galatians.  We will remain with two service times:  8:00 & 10:30 a.m.  Continue to make Sunday worship a priority for you and your family.

St. Paul’s Lutheran Congregation uses traditional liturgy in that the order of the mass is recognizable. The liturgy is evangelical in its wide variety of hymnody, lay leadership, and hospitality. We utilize three musical settings from Lutheran Book of Worship, Evangelical Lutheran Worship (1, 6 and 7),  and two settings from With One Voice. On special occasions the choir renders chorale settings of the liturgy by a variety of composers.

 

On very special occasions, we are joined in song by the York College Choir or by visiting soloists – voice or instrumental.  Click on picture to enlarge.

 York College of Pennsylvania

Grace Muzzo, Conductor