On November 20, Christ the King Sunday, there will be only one service at 9:15 a.m. followed by the Annual Meeting and Lunch. At the Annual Meeting we will describe the state of our parish and discuss plans for the future. Please plan to attend this meeting if possible. Active participation in this important moment reflects an engaged membership.
The Holy Eucharist is celebrated on Sunday at 8:00 a.m. and 10:30 a.m.
Worship services can be found through St. Paul’s Webpage (www.stpaulsyork.org). Link is included below for YouTube! You can watch the 10:30 worship service live or it can be replayed on our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYCfdMzkJo_Xvbdkxn2IYIg
Come and worship with us in our completely renovated beautiful building. We are very fortunate to have a new HVAC system which can bring fresh air in from the outdoors and not keep recycling the same air. We meet regularly and plan for everyone involved. We want everyone to be safe. Masks are optional We pray that you will take an active part in our worship life and strengthen our witness to Christ and his love for all.
Starting on September 4, we will be using musical setting #9 from Evangelical Lutheran Worship. The fall worship plans include many special recognitions and presentations: staff recognition, presentation of Bibles, celebration of the 40th anniversary of the food pantry ministry with recognition of the volunteer staff and the dedication of a plaque in the blessed memory of Sylvia Little and her beloved commitment and service to the pantry ministry.
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, 7 and 9), and two settings from With One Voice. On special occasions the choir renders chorale settings of the liturgy by a variety of composers.