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Service of Thanksgiving at St. Paul Lutheran, Skokie

We hope you’ll join us Wednesday evening, November 25th at 7:00 pm.

November 19, 2015

A Time of Thanksgiving at St. Paul Lutheran, Skokie

St. Paul’s November NEWSLETTER and CALENDAR have been posted, and we hope you enjoy the great articles […]

November 18, 2015

Make a Difference – Volunteer Opportunities at St. Paul Skokie

Giving Back, Pay it Forward, Make a Difference, Share Your Blessings…perhaps you’ve heard one or […]

May 2, 2015
First time visitor? .... Join us for Worship: 8 am or 10:30 am with Sunday School and Adult Bible Study at 9:15 am.

Welcome to St Paul Lutheran Church

Knowing our Savior, Jesus Christ; Connecting to one another in relationships; Serving God and our neighbors in love.

Welcome to St Paul Lutheran Church, in Skokie, Illinois!

You could be reading this webpage for any number of reasons.  But what really matters is that we are glad you are here.  St Paul Lutheran Church is a group of believers who are not afraid to worship our Savior, Jesus the Christ.  We take His Word given to us seriously because His Word gives our lives purpose and meaning.  We are glad you are here because we’d like to introduce you to Him.

If you are looking for a church home, we’d love to meet you.  Join us in worship, Sundays at 8am or 10:30am.  If you desire to be connected in a Christian community, or “get your hands dirty” helping in the community of Skokie and the surrounding area, we have opportunities there as well.  If you have some special prayer concerns, or even are wrestling with questions about  faith and God, we’d love to sit and listen.

St Paul is not a perfect church – and we’re not perfect people.  But in Jesus Christ we’re forgiven, and that’s what matters most.  We invite you to walk with us, encounter your Savior, and follow the One who promises life.  His life has changed our life – and it could change your life too.

If you have any questions, please contact us.  We’d love to talk with you.

Pastor Matt Conrad and the people of St Paul Lutheran Church