The mission of St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church is to strengthen and support our members in their Christian faith through God’s Word, the Sacraments, education, prayer and fellow
ship; thereby preparing them to be witnesses of the Gospel in our community and the world, so that all who believe shall receive the gift of eternal life.
St. Paul Lutheran Shares the Vision of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod.
We strive to:
BE IN THE WORD. Be a church that is strongly rooted in the Word of God.
CARE FOR ONE ANOTHER. Be a church that is sensitive to people and has the attitude of a servant..
TELL THE GOOD NEWS. Be a church that reaches out boldly with the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
REMAIN FAITHFUL. Be a church that is faithful to God, the Bible, and the Confessions of the Lutheran Church.
LIVE IN PEACE. Be a church that is marked by unity and peace.
Our annual Veteran’s service will be held on Sunday, November 16th at 9:30 a.m. It will be held in the school gym. All of the Veteran’s organizations in Kewaunee County are invited. The Luxemburg-Casco Community Band will again be joining the St. Paul Band to play special patriotic music. Following the service, there will be a lunch served of chicken booyah, sandwiches, and dessert for $5. Veterans will receive a free meal. If you are a veteran and you want to march on with all the veterans, please meet in the hall outside the gym.
St. Paul Lutheran Church, Luxemburg, kicked off a yearlong celebration of its 150th Anniversary with a special church service on Sunday, August 2. The special church service celebrated the 125th anniversary of its current church structure. Rev. Daniel Grams of Ascension of Christ, Beverly Hills, Michigan and former minister of St. Paul was the guest preacher. A banner celebrating the church's 150th anniversary was also unveiled.