St. Paul Lutheran Church

  Renew.  Rejoice.  Reach Out.

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Our Location

We are located at 202 Brooks Street 
in Missoula, MT, behind Rockin' Rudy's and one block from the intersection 
between Brooks and Higgins.
202 Brooks St, Missoula, MT
 

Newsletter & Announcements

Our monthly newsletters and weekly bulletins include all of the latest happenings, education seminars, and stories from St. Paul plus a feature in the newsletter from Pastor Chris.

 

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We are a Christian community where you can 

renew your faith in God, rejoice in God's grace, and reach out with God's love.


St. Paul is a place where everyone feels like family and the church feels like home.

It’s a place where questions are welcome, where we explore what spirituality means to each of us, 

and where we follow our curiosities to continue to learn and grow.  

It’s a place of shared values, where we walk the journey of life together, celebrating joys and struggles.  

At the heart of who we are is our service to others, and we strive to share our blessings 

and God’s love and grace with our community and world.

Men's Retreat

Set aside 24 hours for spiritual renewal, learning, great food, fellowship, and fun at this year's annual men's retreat at Flathead Lutheran Bible Camp, Mar. 15th - 16th.  Pastor Seth Nelson, author of "The Church Unknown: Reflections of a Millenial Pastor" will join us as our special guest speaker.  Learn more about pricing and how to sign up here.

Refugees Benefit Concert

On Thurs., Mar. 21st, enjoy an evening of hopeful music that benefits refugees at the border with all proceeds going to the Florence Immigrant and Refugee Project.  The event features the MT Women's Chorus of Missoula, the Pura Vida Community Chorus, and teh Congolese Chorus.  Suggested donation is $15/person or $25/family.  Learn more about this concert here.

Grief & Loss Group

Our Understanding Grief & Loss group will be starting Mar. 29th and is a six-week educational and confidential support group for adults who have experienced the death of a loved one.  The group is led by two licensed social workers and will meet in the St. Paul Library for six Fridays, 3:00‒4:30 pmLearn more about the Grief & Loss Group here.

S T A Y  C O N N E C T E D with the St. Paul App

Everything you want to know is now in one place - conveniently on your phone! 


Access sermons, our favorite spiritual growth blogs, a study Bible (choose any version you like best), newsletters, upcoming events (save them directly to your phone's calendar), prayer requests, worship notes in fillable format, surveys, and so much more! This is also a convenient way to make electronic donations by ACH or credit or debit card in addition to making and managing recurring gifts. 


Get a link to download the app by texting "splcmt app" to 77977.  You may also download it directly in the Apple iTunes App Store or on Google Play.  If you're downloading it onto a tablet, be sure to search for phone apps (and not just tablet apps) as it was originally produced for smartphones, though it loads beautifully on tablets, too!


Questions, feedback, or need help downloading the app to your device? We want to hear it all! Please contact Bethany by email or by calling the church office at (406) 549-4141.