Memorial Services

When a loved one dies it is important to gather with people who knew them and remember them. A funeral or memorial service is a container in which we mix words of wisdom from scripture with thoughts and prayers and memories of our loved one to create nourishment for a journey from the emptiness of loss to the reality of life without that person. At St. Pauls we work with you to honor the memory of your loved one and commend them to God.

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An annual service celebrating  gospel jazz spirituals with a "hymn-sing" feel about it. History Begun by Sam Hill, Organist and Music Director from 1970 until his death in 1991. Continued by Kurt R. Hansen, present Director of Music. Kurt and Sam...

On the longest night of the year we welcome the return of light to our world and the coming of the light of Christ. This unique service includes Taize chants and an opportunity to walk the labyrinth by candlelight.

From our German tradition Literally means "Festival of Celebration of the Dead" (Departed) The last Sunday before Advent We remember in liturgy and song the members of the church that have passed away in the previous year.  The liturgical color for...