What We Offer

For more information about any of the following programs, contact the church office.  We would be glad to answer any questions!

Christian Education


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 Men's Prayer Breakfast

All men are invited to attend the men’s prayer breakfast on Tuesday mornings at 6:30 a.m. to discuss Bible verses or devotions and talk about events of the week while having a simple breakfast to start your day.

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Here's the St. Paul Children's Church School presentation on Palm Sunday 2015.

Click on the link to see a short video of their performance.

Adult Education

An adult Bible study has been offered on Monday nights from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.  The Book of Revelation is the subject of the present series.

Youth Group

The St. Paul Lutheran Senior High Youth Group meets three to four times a month on Sunday evenings from September to May.  Throughout the month, the youth group participates in a Bible study, service project, and a fellowship project.  The youth enjoy taking part in the MLYO gatherings and the National and Regional Youth gatherings.  Group activities are directed by a Youth Board with participation and input from the pastor.

Confirmation Class

Confirmation class is offered to youth in grade 6-8.  The program is organized by the pastor who has had volunteer confirmation guides as assistants.  The class in 2014/2015 is from 7:30 - 8:30 pm each Wednesday.

Children's Church School

Students aging from 3 years to 5th grade spend time at the church on Wednesday afternoons (September – May) at 4:00 p.m. to learn about God, Jesus, the Bible, and basic Christian values.  The children enjoy singing occasionally during church services. 

Vacation Bible School 

Kids ranging in age 3 years to 5th grade have a great time at the Vacation Bible School, co-sponsored by St. Paul Lutheran Church and St. Margaret Catholic Church.  Each year the theme is different but the children always have a great time.  Along with learning God's word, they participate in music, games, crafts, and refreshments (always their favorite part).  VBS is a five-day event lasting three hours each day.


Outreach/Service Ministries

The service ministries of St. Paul include:  


Offering scholarships for youth to attend Flathead Lutheran Bible Camp,


Assisting Lutheran Social Services and the Cut Bank Harvest Food Pantry,


Offering a Good Samaritan fund for transient and special needs,


Participating in local community fund raising events through Thrivent Financial for Lutherans,


Participating in the Love Package, a local ecumenical group which organizes a meal and new clothing at Christmas for needy local families.


Providing Christmas gifts to Immanuel Lutheran Home in Kalispell,

Women of the ELCA (WELCA)

Two circles meeting monthly for Bible study. 


Each year the group sponsors a lunch and bake sale with proceeds providing for a variety of charities and missionary projects.


Supplying meals for funerals of both members and non-members.


Sewing quilts for the needy.


Knitting or crocheting prayer shawls for those who need comforting (For Good of All program).

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Lutefisk Dinner

Usually the first Sunday in December, 11:30 a.m.– 4:00 p.m., this popular meal features lutefisk, meatballs, rutabagas, potatoes, coleslaw, pickled herring, lefse, rolls, and a variety of cookies for dessert.

Fall Festival 

One of the popular community service projects is a carnival for children held at the church.  Held on Halloween, the carnival is a safe alternative for community youth.

Nursing Home Services

Every 6th Sunday at 3:00 pm, members of the St. Paul congregation organize and participate in a worship service at the Glacier Care Center.

World Day of Prayer

On the first Wednesday of March at noon, the World Day of Prayer service is conducted at one of the area participating churches.

Community Resource

 The church building is large and available to community organizations when connected to a church member for meetings, small meals, and other events.  Donations are thankfully accepted, and a Building Use form is required. 


Building Use Form