Our Purpose, Mission, and Vision


Our purpose is to utilize the true, inspired Word of God.  We nurture faith and strive to share the Law and Gospel with everyone.

Our mission is to be Christ's ambassadors by witnessing to those around us.

Our vision is to equip our members to be witnesses who go and tell, explore what the Bible says about prayer, utilize various methods of communication, strengthen the fellowship of the congregation, and demonstrate a living faith in the congregation, community, and the world.





Service Times

Sunday 9:00am
Thursday, 6:30pm


2665 North Street (Hwy 20)
East Troy, WI 53120
Phone: (262) 642-3200



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Message from the Pastor

Welcome to our website!


St. Paul’s is a Christian church and multi-faceted ministry driven by a love and appreciation for God’s Word.  We believe that the whole Bible is God’s own thoughts and words.  We are also a community church.  Our goal is to meet the needs of those around us by sharing God’s love. 



If we can serve you in any way, please contact pastor.




 Stewardship Thought for the Week


Based on Joshua 23:1-11
If you go online and search the words, "Photo--St. Paul's--WWII," you'll see a picture of St. Paul's Church in London. It was just after a severe German bombing raid. Every building in sight is a smoking ruin of rubble--every building except St. Paul's. That picture rallied the spirits of the British people throughout the rest of the war. In our society, it often feels as if we Christians are simply enduring one long attack. Everything we believe seems to be under a bombing attack. Everything we hold dear seems to be a target. Yes, Satan and sin have turned much of our society into a smoking ruin of rubble. But above the dust and debris of a fallen world there still stand the enduring temple of our God. It endures because that temple is the Lamb of God himself. Joshua was ending his career. He warned the Israelites to avoid getting involved with the peoples around them that did not follow the Lord. God did so much for them, how could they even think about polluting themselves with the worldly lures. God wants to use us as people who stand out from the world. We stand in front of the cross. Be very careful. Wise words then; even wiser words now.






WELS Daily Devotions

Running with Others ? July 27, 2017

Thu, 27 Jul 2017 06:00:25 +0000