What to Expect

Sunday morning worship is the Service of Holy Communion at 10 a.m. St. Paul is a Lutheran Church using a blended liturgy, taken from many years of Lutheran tradition as well as other worship services.Visit the Worship page to learn more about our service. We hear God's Word; we pray; we sing; we laugh.

Music: Twice a month, our service is lead by Covenant, our outstanding contemporary ensemble. Although the service is the same, the music is different. You're encouraged to sing along, sway and clap if the Spirit moves you.

Hymns used on Sundays when Covenent is not leading worship are from Lutheran hymnals published in the past 20 years. Sometimes we even sing some oldies.

Communion: Communion is celebrated every Sunday. All baptized persons are welcome to receive Communion. Children who do not receive Communion may join their families at the Communion rail to receive a blessing.

Offering: You are not expected to give anything when the offering plate is passed. In fact, we believe that your visit is a gift. We only ask that you give us your name and email address (there is a guest book on a stand just outside the doors at the back of the sanctuary) so that we can keep in touch.

Children: Children of all ages are welcome to worship. If children need a break, we do have a nursery where they can go to wiggle and giggle. You are welcome to come and go as necessary.

What to Wear: Our dress code is casual. You'll see sport coats, jeans, pants and skirts - and even shorts in the summertime. Please note our sanctuary is air-conditioned. We don't care what you wear just that you join us.

Welcome All Visitors

Please join us on Sunday mornings for worship at 10 a.m. and all special events announced on our home page. See the map below for our exact location.

St. Paul is located at 50 East Plumstead Avenue in Lansdowne, Pennsylvania.

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Take SEPTA to St. Paul's

Trolleys 101 and 102 stop at the Congress Avenue Station, 4 blocks/.4 miles from St. Paul.

On Sundays, the R3 Media/Elwyn Line stops at the Lansdowne Station, 7 blocks/.9 mile from St. Paul.

Parking is available on Plumstead Avenue (a one-way street), across the street from the church, as well as along Congress and Highland Avenues. Please read the street signs to avoid a ticket. We also ask that you be aware of our neighbors' driveways; we hope to be a good neighbor and not inconvenience them.