St. Paul's Lutheran Church

​Care Center Devotions

Tuesday, December 11, at 10:00 a.m. Fulton Manor Thursday, December 13 at 10:00 a.m. Fulton Nursing & Rehab

Sunday School​

12/2– The Birth of John Foretold, Luke 1:5-25

12/9 – The Birth of Jesus Foretold, Luke 1:26-38

12/16– Mary Visits Elizabeth, Luke 1:39-56

12/23– The Birth of John, Luke 1:57-80


"We cannot perpetuate these and other teachings, unless we train the people who come after us to succeed us in our office and work, so that they in turn may bring up their children successfully. In this way God's Word and a Christian community will be preserved. Therefore let all heads of household remember that it is their duty, by God's injunction and command, to teach their children or have them taught the things they ought to know." Martin Luther, The Large Catechism



Bible Class

Starting December 2nd, a year-long study on the Gospel according to Luke. This will be a weekly walk through Luke's account, starting in chapter one. This study nicely coincides with the weekly lectionary readings for the upcoming year, as well as the Advent and Christmas season. The class will be a careful study of the text (from the Greek), but also consider the rich theology and sacramental themes. Also considered are the cultural and literary aspects from Luke's Gospel, as unfolded in his narrative. All ages are welcome! Please consider coming as a family. 


Adult Wednesdays

Living Way Bible Study: Hebrews 10:00-11:30, Elevator Room.

We are concluding our study on Hebrews in December, with no class meeting on Dec. 26th. After a two-week break, we will begin next year with a study on the book of Genesis. 


Young Adult/College Bible Study

Study of Everything You Always Wanted to Know About God [but were afraid to ask] by Eric Metaxas. Tuesdays at 5:30 p.m., Elevator Room. 


Catechesis and Formation

These classes will engage in Luther’s Catechisms, the Holy Scriptures, the Psalter, the Lutheran hymnody, the liturgy and more. All ages are welcome, however, children under 18 must be accompanied by at least one parent or head of household. The aim and goal of these classes is not only to prepare for the Rite of Confirmation, but to be refreshed in Lutheran theology and practice, and to learn how the faith is lived daily. Please come and be formed and shaped by the Word of Christ!

​Tues., 9:00-10:30, Elevator Room