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We believe God is on a mission to love and heal the world in Jesus Christ. We also believe that God has called us to be rooted and grow in that mission as we worship, form faith, serve others and build relationships.

We invite you to join us through your monetary contributions.

Weekly Offering / General Fund

Weekly / General Fund contributions go directly to support the ongoing ministry and outreach objectives at St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church.  Our online giving platform through Realm is easy and efficient or contributions through traditional plate offering occur weekly.  Thank you in advance for your generous support of St. Paul!


The St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church Endowment Fund was created in December of 2001 in order to foster, receive and administer bequests and donor gifts for the glory of God and for the ministries of Jesus Christ. To learn more about the St. Paul Endowment fund, click here.

Memorial Gifts

Funeral gifts are often made to St. Paul in honor of loved ones. This money is used for special projects, often related to worship. We want to honor and celebrate the faith of those who have gone before us.

Capital Campaign 

Running through 2024, St. Paul has embarked on a $500,000 capital campaign to bring environmental and eco-friendly investments to the main church campus.  Our investments include the installation of a 88 kW solar panel system, customized LED lights in the sanctuary to reduce electricity consumption by 90%, and a brand new white roof on the education wing.  As of summer 2023, the physical work of the campaign has been completed, but financial contributions to the project are still being collected.  It’s not too late to contribute to this investment that will benefit our facilities now and for years to come!

IRA Distributions

Another easy way to give to St. Paul is through an IRA distribution. We advise you to speak with your financial advisor or tax accountant about this, but this has been a great way for people to give without incurring tax liability for the IRA income.