In addition to our nursery for infants and toddlers under 3 years old, St. Paul provides educational opportunities for children of all ages beginning with 3-year olds in a pre-school Sunday School class.


Sunday Church School provides classes for children 3-years-old through high school-age. Classes are taught by members of St. Paul who volunteer their time and talent. The curriculum is taken from the recommended Evangelical Lutheran Church in America yearly study. Students adopt social service projects, helping those in need.


First Communion
Instruction in First Communion is offered to children in grades 2-5. Classes are scheduled on four Sundays, one each month, from January through April. First Communion is celebrated in May during worship service. Parents attend the classes with their children.

Confirmation marks the completion of a two-year period of instruction in the Christian faith, beginning in 8th grade, and underscores God’s action in one’s baptism.

Tuesday nights, September through June, are set aside for Confirmation classes. Students are confirmed in October of their 10th grade year.


Vacation Bible School
Vacation Bible School is a relaxed, fun thematic way to learn about God, Jesus and the Bible. Children learn the Good News through storytelling, arts and crafts, music, drama, and classroom time.

In June, 60+ volunteers provide innovative learning experiences for children ages 4 to 11 during the first week.


St. Paul Lutheran Church has an incredible youth program.  Our goal as a youth organization is to grow in faith, fellowship

and fun.


We participate in service  projects, fellowship events, church-based activities, and retreats. We enjoy being together as a group, sharing our faith with one another, having a great time and getting the chance to meet other youth groups throughout the New Jersey Synod. The Youth Group is for St. Paul Youth from Grades 6 - 12.

Youth Group Events
Don’t forget: We are now on Facebook.
All activities will be posted there!


6th - 8th Grade Youth Group meets
 from 6:30 pm - 8 pm


Adult Forum

Our Adult Forum meets on Sunday mornings during the education hour to discuss a variety of topics, through a biblical approach and a Lutheran look at ourselves and our world.


Adult Study
A variety of programs are available throughout the year – on Monday nights at 7pm and Tuesday mornings at 9:30. Topics vary and often include video-enhanced instruction.

Church Library
Books and video tapes about church and faith are available for use by congregation members and friends.


The purpose of the Social Ministry committee is to fulfill the Gospel, with the help of our congregation, by assisting congregation members and their families with identified needs, as well as providing requested support throughout our local and wider community.  These efforts may include donating funds, collecting needed items or hands-on assitance.


Our Women's Ministry includes monthly meetings of our Women's Book Club.


In addition to our Adult Ministry programs, Seniors may attend our Friday Lunch Bunch gathering at church.


“Make a joyful noise unto the Lord”

Music is an important part of worship at St. Paul. Making a “joyful noise” at our church means singing hymns as a congregation, accompanied by our Minister of Music on the Allen Renaissance II organ, as well as singing in one of our choirs, ringing bells, and playing instruments for worship. We sing hymns from the new Evangelical Lutheran Worship book.


Rehearsal Schedule

Bell Choir
September - June - Thursday from

6:15 pm - 7:30 pm

Senior Choir
Late August to June 15 - Thursday from

7:30 to 9:00

Pick-up Choir
September - June- 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month (8:30 service only)


In addition to Fellowship time following our late service, St.Paul also holds other fellowship events, including dinners at local restaurants.  Please see our Events page or click on the button below for more information.


Our worship services include intercessory prayers, during which the congregation prays for those who request prayers.  If you wish to have a friend, relative, loved one included in the prayer list, please complete our Intercessory Prayer Request form by clicking on the image below.