Who We Are

Welcome: Our History The story of St. Paul’s Church begins on Sunday, October 18, 1942 when a mission congregation of 33 people gathered in a vacant store at 689 Wolcott Hill Road to worship. The monthly rent was $50. Saint Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church was officially organized on March 21, 1943 with an original charter membership of […]

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Confirmation Class of 2020 Confirmation was scheduled for Pentecost Sunday, May 31st. Because it is questionable whether we will be able together for Worship in church on that day, Confirmation has been moved to the fall on Reformation Sunday, October 25th. We wanted to recognize the girls this month for all they have done during […]

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Upcoming Events Here is where you can check out what’s going on at St. Paul’s. You can find out more information about any upcoming events whether it’s our monthly meals and community outreach. If you have any questions about any of the upcoming or ongoing events please contact our office. If you would like to […]

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St. Paul’s is a thriving, vibrant community. We offer many different ministries. We invite you to become part of our church family and join us in our commitment to serving the Lord. Worship and Music: Our Worship Life Together **Right now due to the COVID-19 crisis we are utilizing Online worship each Sunday at 9:30 […]

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All Services and Events on site at the Church are Cancelled until further notice. We invite you to join us for Online Worship. For more information click “Online Worship” above.

ONLINE Worship Times – Sunday Morning

9:30 AM Online Service

This weeks service is going to be LIVE via Zoom. The link and zoom information is available by clicking the “Online Worship” above. Once service is completed it will be posted on our YouTube Channel.

December 24, 2020

Everyone in the Christmas story faced obstacles. Joseph did; even the angels did; and especially Mary. Yet at every point in the story, they each said “yes.” In her message for our Christmas Eve service, Pastor Maria encourages us to celebrate the birth of Jesus by readjusting our vision and to see opportunities instead of obstacles.

Is it possible to lose Jesus? It actually happened to Pastor Hammons when she was a little girl! Today she tells us the story of what happened; but then she tells us about what she learned when she found Jesus again.

Christian Education – Sunday School

Free Virtual Sunday School is available by visiting http://thevirtualsundayschool.com/weekone-beatitudes/ and signing up.

Sunday School is out of session for the year. We will reconvene in the Fall. Due to the Covid-19 situation we will not be holding Vacation Bible Camp this year. If you’d like to inquire about our Sunday School Program please contact the Office Manager.

Our Monthly Newsletter

March Epistle

Lynne Matteson, Congregation President, lynne@stpaulswethersfield.org

Pastor Maria Hammons, Pastoral Emergencies, 860-440-7366 or pastormhammons@gmail.com

Jo-Ann Formica, Office Manager, jo-ann@stpaulswethersfield.org

Office telephone: 860-529-5397

Come See Us

St. Paul’s Lutheran Church
371 Wolcott Hill Road
Wethersfield, CT 06109

Parking lot in rear of church off of Westway

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