Worship

  Worship  

“I rejoiced with those who said to me, ‘Let us go to the house of the Lord’” (Psalm 122:1).  


Worship services are a great blessing from God!  They allow God’s children to come together to hear their God speak to them through his holy Word and together respond to the good news of their salvation with joy-filled praise.  God’s children come to humbly and confidently approach their heavenly Father with and for one another.  Through the use of Word and Sacraments, God the Holy Spirit strengthens the faith he has created in people’s hearts and sends them out into the world to be his witnesses.  All of this in worship!

Join us for worship!
Sunday mornings 8:00 & 10:30 am
Monday evenings 6:30 pm 

Request a DVD of a Worship Service
Simply e-mail church@stpaulswels.org with your name and address and we will be happy to send you a worship service.  You may also request a DVD by calling the Church Office at (269) 429-5141.  There is no charge for this service.

What is a Worship Service like?
Our worship services can best be described as blended.  While we look to maintain what has served the Christian church well throughout the centuries, we also attempt to bring variety to our worship employing contemporary songs and forms of liturgy.  Whatever types of music or liturgy our worship services may include, we always want Christ and his saving work to stand center stage and the gospel to predominate.

Music – Our worship services include a variety of types of music.  You will hear the old traditional hymns of Christianity which have stood the test of time, while also hearing the songs of contemporary musicians.

Dress – You will find people wearing a variety of clothing from suits and ties, to polo shirts and shorts.  We want people to come in what they feel is appropriate when worshipping their Savior-God. 

Liturgy – Most of our services will follow the Lutheran liturgy.  Following a liturgy simply means that certain elements are found in every service.  Theses elements assure that Christ and his saving work are center to every worship service.  While the songs and words may change, the elements remain the same.