Who We Are

Why are we St. Paul’s?

We are St. Paul’s because we have been called by a loving God to be a community of peace and reconciliation. In a world of increasing violence, we are a community that speaks of peace. In a world that is becoming more and more inward-gazing, we look outward to see places where we can share God’s love.

Where is St. Paul’s Lutheran Church?

The obvious answer is 910 Marne Highway in Hainesport, New Jersey.

St. Andrews Mt. Holly

But we are also in Mount Holly, where we share in worship opportunities with the Episcopal Church. We are active members of the Rancocas Valley Clergy Association and keep the lines of communication and prayer open with various congregations.

Bridge of Peace sign

We are in Camden in our mission partner relationship with Bridge of Peace Community Church.

Hurricane Sandy damage in Long Island

We are on Long Beach Island because our Vacation Bible School gave gifts to a congregation recovering from Super Storm Sandy.

    Youth volunteering in Detroit

    We are in Detroit where our youth gathered in 2015 to learn and serve communities.

      Thanksgiving charity baskets

      We are in area homes every Thanksgiving in our donations of food baskets to needy families.

      St. Paul’s is wherever God needs us to be.

      God has blessed us in many ways over our 150 years of being here, and we, in turn, seek to find ways to be a blessing to others.

      St. Paul’s is a congregation of the New Jersey Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.

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