Misericordias Domini

Today at 10:30am, St. Paul’s had a drive-in service on 106.9 FM.

Due to current restrictions from the Iowa Department of Public Health and the Iowa Governor’s Office, communion is not allowed to be distributed as part of this FM drive-in service. However, Holy Communion is always available upon request. Simply call, text or e-mail Pastor Standfest to make arrangements.

Quasimodogeniti

Today at 10:30am, St. Paul’s had a drive-in service on 106.9 FM.

Due to current restrictions from the Iowa Department of Public Health and the Iowa Governor’s Office, communion is not allowed to be distributed as part of this FM drive-in service. However, Holy Communion is always available upon request. Simply call, text or e-mail Pastor Standfest to make arrangements.

Easter Sunday

Today at 10:30am, St. Paul’s had a drive-in service on 106.9 FM.

Due to current restrictions from the Iowa Department of Public Health and the Iowa Governor’s Office, communion is not allowed to be distributed as part of this service. However, Holy Communion is always available upon request. Simply call, text or e-mail Pastor Standfest to make arrangements.

Good Friday

The bulletin for Good Friday is posted below to download.

There will be a ‘drive-in’ worship service on Sunday morning at 10:30am in the church and Parish Hall parking lots. The service will broadcast on 106.9 FM. Although the Iowa Department of Public Health and Governor’s Office have restricted communion distribution in public services, communion is available upon request. Simply call, text or e-mail Pastor Standfest.

Maundy Thursday

The bulletin for Maundy Thursday is available below.

St. Paul has received approval from the Iowa Department of Public Health and the Iowa Governor’s office to have a drive-in service on Sunday. Members will be able to park near the church and listen an Easter service on their car’s FM radio. Unfortunately, during this service, everyone must stay in their cars. Per the current restrictions, a maximum of 10 people from the same household may be in one vehicle. Households and family units may not share vehicles. This is far from ideal, but we are not living in an ideal time.

Please continue to pray for an end to the COVID-19 virus.