Programs at St. Paul's:

Alpha Course is offered periodically.  Winter 2016 session  
met Tuesdays at 6:00 p.m.  Alpha is an opportunity for
anyone to explore the Christian faith in a relaxed, non-
threatening setting,  over ten weekly sessions.

St. Paul's invites everyone to participate praising God
through music, especially in worship. During the school
year Chancel Choir meets on Wednesdays at 7:30 p.m. for
practice and another team of musicians meets on Sunday
at 8:30 a.m. on the 2nd and 4th Sundays to play at the
contemporary services. The groups would love to add both
vocal and instrumental musicians!  Drop by after worship
to visit with the musicians.

Youth Music
Youth participate in music in Sunday School including
learning to play handbells and sharing the music during
worship. The younger youth play color coded bells.  Older
youth are also invited to participate in the other music

Confirmation Class
Youth of Middle School age meet on Wednesdays at           
6:30 p.m. with the Pastor to explore the Christian Faith.  

Bible Studies
An Adult Bible Study is held at a west side senior citizens
residence every Tuesday afternoon at 1:00 p.m.

St. Paul's also offers a Sunday evening Home Bible Study
usually on the 3rd Sunday of each month with a meal.  The
group meets at 5 p.m. for the study followed by a potluck.
If you are interested in participating, please contact the
church office at 316-263-0810 for the next meeting date.

St. Paul's offers a Sunday Morning Adult Bible Study,
which is held at 10:30 a.m.  

English for Speakers of Other Languages
ESOL - Learn English at St. Paul’s Classes in session
from  9:30 AM-Noon, Monday through Thursday. The
Spring 2019 term begins February 4th. We offer 4 levels
of instruction, beginning to advanced, with conversation,
grammar, reading and vocabulary practice.  Tuition is $35
a month and the students also purchase textbooks.  
Contact Leon Rausch at 316-263-0810 or send an e-mail
to him at for additional
information on the program or how to be a volunteer tutor.  
Please click here for a brochure to learn more about
ESOL. Periodically they organize a preparation for
citizenship class.  

Gift of Marriage
To help couples get a good start in marriage by grounding
their marriage in faith, St. Paul's offers Free Weddings at
St. Paul's. The couple must meet with the pastor three
times ahead of the wedding. Click on the following link (
Paul's Lutheran Church "Gift of Marriage" Brochure) to
view the brochure for the "Gift of Marriage" program.  The
Gift of Marriage Ministry Support Group meets quarterly.

Men's Prayer Breakfast
Men's Prayer Breakfast meets at 6:30 a.m. in the church
library the 4th Wednesday of each month.

Women's Mission Group
Women's Mission Group meets bi-monthly at 11:30 a.m. in
the church library around the 2nd Thursday of each month.

Watch out, this group is addictive!  Every Friday morning
this group gets together and has a blast.  They have
donated a quilt to the Camp Tomah Shinga auction the
last several years and send quilts to Lutheran World Relief
each fall.

Saturday Community Breakfast Crews
Come join a breakfast team.  We prepare and serve  
breakfast each second Saturday of the month from 8-9:30
a.m. for our community and get to know each other much
better. We always have a great time and can use a variety
of workers, servers, cookers, dishwashers, minglers, and
even floor moppers!  We usually start the cooking around
6:45 a.m.  St. Paul's week is the second Saturday of each
month.  The first Saturday is held at 1st Presbyterian
Church, the 3rd is covered by Reformation at St. Paul's,
and the 4th Saturdays are shared by Christ Lutheran,
Ascension Lutheran and various Area Ministry 5 teams at
St. Paul's as well.  Gloria Dei serves on the 5th Saturdays
plus February and Resurrection serves the 4th Saturday
in November.  Thank you to all who serve!

Altar Guild
This is the behind the scenes group that makes sure that
our Sunday worship experience is prepared.  We currently
have 2 crews that serve 2 months at a time.  If you are
interested in helping, please let Elaine Harvey know.

Way Forward Committee
The Way Forward Committee is a group that met during
the Summer of 2007.  The purpose of the Way Forward
Committee was to make recommendations regarding
future activities and efforts at St. Paul's.  Click the following
link to view a slide show summarizing the Way Forward
Committee's activities (
St. Paul's Lutheran Church "Way
Forward" Presentation).
St. Paul's Lutheran Church
Making disciples to make peace
St. Paul's

  • Daily Prayer

  • Spiritual Reading

  • Discipleship Groups

  • Mentoring

  • Worship Weekly

  • Congregational

The members of St.
Paul's strive to meet the
above Discipleship
Practices in their daily
925 N. Waco
Wichita, Kansas  67203
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