St.Paul Lutheran Church in Taylor, TX actively provides outreach and resources to all people and families by proclaming , teaching and living the good news of God's love in Jesus Christ. Under the guidance and power of the Holy Spirit, we place an emphasis on family and childhood ministry such as that offered through St.Paul School and the St. Paul Child Development Center. We are always happy to meet new people - ALL are welcome!
1. We Put God First
2. God Forgives - We Forgive
3. Everyone is Welcome
4. We Care about God's Children
5. Everyone is Gifted to Serve God and Others
6. We Value Christian Education
Christian education and service to the community.
Living the GOOD News of God's love in Jesus Christ by praising Him, teaching,
His word and serving others.
The St.Paul Lutheran Church provides invaluable community services. In addition to our community service activities, we have regular meetings and activities, so that our members can join together in fellowship and plan new goals for the future. Learn more about our work.
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Newsletter is available in the news section.
For youth events please see facebook feed on the Crosswalk page.
St.Paul Ev. Lutheran Church
401West 7th St
Taylor, Texas 76574
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Holy Communion is celebrated the first and third Sunday of each month.
Sundays at 12:15-1:15 pm