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Modified Church Schedule

ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL BY PHONE

Phone Adult Sunday School will be held on Wednesdays at 1:00 p.m. via phone conferencing from your home. Please call 646-558-8656. At the prompt, key in the MEETING ID as 985 2065 0516# You do NOT have a PARTICIPANT ID so press # again, then enter PASSWORD 760942#. You may dial into the meeting 5 minutes before the appointed hour or any time after the meeting has begun. The Adult Sunday School will be recorded and posted on our Social Media 

BIBLE STUDY BY PHONE

Phone Bible Study will be held on Thursdays at 1:00 p.m. via phone conferencing from your home. Please call 646-558-8656. At the prompt, key in the MEETING ID as 931-9468-2684# You do NOT have a PARTICIPANT ID so press # again, PASSWORD 087017# You may dial into the meeting 5 minutes before the appointed hour or any time after the meeting has begun. The bible study will be recorded and posted on our Social Media. 

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SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP – ONLINE

Also, we are having worship on Sunday mornings at 9:30 a.m. through live streaming on Facebook. A Facebook account should not be required to watch the worship service. The internet address of our Facebook site is: https://www.facebook.com/stpaulelcacarlisle/ 

If you have any questions or problems, you can reach us at 717 243 2319 ext 206 or 717 585 8636. — 

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Welcome to St. Paul Lutheran Church in Carlisle, PA

We are a community who firmly believes in God's Word. Come explore your faith journey with us.

What is the Vision for St. Paul Lutheran Church

The vision for St. Paul Lutheran Church in Carlisle, PA to Boldly Share God’s Word and Unconditional Love with All.

We have six guiding principles that we follow whenever we make decisions at St. Paul. These Guiding Principles are:

  • Growing spiritually as disciples of Jesus.
  • Welcoming and accepting people where they are.
  • Giving generously to be a part of God’s work.
  • Caring genuinely for one another with the love of Christ.
  • Serving joyfully as Jesus’ hands and feet in the world.
  • Inviting others to join with us in the body of Christ.

How Does our Church Serve The Community

Within our call to Boldly Share God’s Word and Unconditional Love with All, we have developed many ministries that impact our congregational family and community around us! If you feel called to serve in your community, learn more about the Christian faith, and develop a deeper understanding of God, come and join us on this adventure as we strive to serve those around us day in and day out!

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  • 28October
    1:00 pm
    Adult Sunday School (Phone Conferencing)

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  • 29October
    1:00 pm
    Weekly Bible Study (Phone Conferencing)

    Phone Bible Study will be held on Thursdays at 1:00 p.m. via…

  • 1November
    9:30 am
    Sunday Worship: Streaming Online

    We will have worship on Sunday mornings at 9:30 a.m. through live…

  • 4November
    1:00 pm
    Adult Sunday School (Phone Conferencing)

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What's Happening at St. Paul Lutheran Church

Our congregation has gone through an exciting time of exploring what God’s vision is for St. Paul. We began with a congregational gathering, a time of fellowship and prayer and Bible study and sharing ideas. The leadership of St. Paul took all that information and condensed and channeled it into a new vision for our congregation. We believe that God’s vision for St. Paul is to Boldly Share God’s Word and Unconditional Love with All.

In addition, we now have six Guiding Principles. These Guiding Principles are now being used whenever we make decisions at St. Paul. These Guiding Principles are:

– Growing spiritually as disciples of Jesus.
– Welcoming and accepting people where they are.
– Giving generously to be a part of God’s work.
– Caring genuinely for one another with the love of Christ.
– Serving joyfully as Jesus’ hands and feet in the world.
– Inviting others to join with us in the body of Christ.

As St. Paul strives to Boldly Share God’s Word and Unconditional Love with All, we are becoming well known in the community and the Lower Susquehanna Synod for its extensive outreach ministry to those in need.

Much of our outreach ministry is under the leadership of Dr. Holly Hoffman. She currently serves at St. Paul as a Diaconal Minister. (She completed her Masters Degree in Ministerial Studies at the Lutheran Theological Seminary in Gettysburg in 2009 and was consecrated as St. Paul’s Diaconal Minister on Sept. 19, 2010.) She leads much of the congregations social and outreach ministry, including our partnership with the Christ Lutheran Health Ministries Prenatal Clinic in Harrisburg, the Living Water Dental Health Clinic, and the Emmitsburg Council of Churches Kenya Mission.

Moses Robson-Kavishe is our congregations Youth and Family Minister for our youth group – BOLD. Under his leadership, the group has grown significantly. But Moses does not just bring the youth together for fellowship – he teaches core values and skills to the youth of St. Paul.

St. Paul is currently one of the few growing congregations in the Lower Susquehanna of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA). We have reversed the decline in worship attendance and membership and are now a growing congregation. We understand that our vision is to Boldly Share God’s Word and Unconditional Love with All. And we accomplish this by not only growing the outreach ministries of the congregation, but by growing ourselves as disciples of Jesus.

We have looked at the vital ministries of the past. We have looked at the wonderful things that God is doing at St. Paul in the present. Now let us look to the future.

What is the Future of St. Paul Lutheran Church

The future of St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church is in God’s hands. But we also understand that God primarily works through God’s people – us. As the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) states – “God’s Work, Our Hands.”

Recently the people of St. Paul have been called not just to be members, but disciples. As we have heard on Sunday mornings that there are seven traits or characteristics of a disciple. They are:

A Disciple
– Reads the Bible Daily
– Prayers Daily
– Worships Weekly
– Develops Christian Friends
– Serves Others
– Tithes
– Gives Joyfully of Ones Time and Talent

This is an exciting time in the life of St. Paul. Join us today to be a part of a ministry that serves others, reaches out to the community, grows its members as disciples, and has fun! We’d love to have you be a part of our future.

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