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Adult Open Gym

Looking for some physical activity on the weekends? Come to the gym on Sunday evening at 7:00 p.m. The Adult Open Gym runs from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. and is open to any male or female member 18 years or older. High school students accompanied by a parent may also attend, as long as the parent stays the entire time. There will not be a charge for these open gyms but we are asking everyone to make a donation to the St. Paul’s Athletics program. DISCLAIMER: Please understand that we are doing this to have fun and get some exercise. If anyone is asked to leave due to behavior, they will not be allowed to attend future open gyms.

For more information contact Chad Foti or the church office (414-541-6250).

Book Club

Book Club

The Book Club meets the second Monday of the month at 6:30pm in the foyer of the Early Childhood Center (ECC).

A different book is selected for reading each month. The women attending the book club meeting then discuss the book, sharing their thoughts and opinions.

If you are available and are interested in the Book Club, please come and see what it’s all about!

If you would like more information, contact Jennifer Ricard or the church office (414-541-6250).

Bulletin Stuffers

Thanks to the dedicated members who meet on Friday mornings to assemble worship bulletins and bulletin inserts.

Decorating Committee

This group of volunteer men and women aid in worship by decorating the church and chancel for the Christmas and Easter seasons. Anyone interested in lending a hand to dress up St. Paul’s can contact Darla Leiterman or the church office for more information.

Garden Club

Garden Club  Garden Club 

The garden club is a group of volunteers who maintain the perennial gardens around the church and school grounds. The garden was first planted a few years ago by a group of interested church members who enjoy gardening. It began as a few shrubs and donated perennials which the members planted and surrounded with annual flowers. It has grown to be quite full now and is now a source of perennials rather than a recipient of them!

Every spring and fall we meet to prune, plant and prepare the garden for the following season. Volunteers can also sign up for weekly shifts of watering duty throughout summer and fall.

We do not hold regular meetings, but base all of our work on mother nature! Communication is also put in the Monthly Herald and weekly bulletins as necessary.

For more information, contact Shelly Mueller or the church office.

Ladies Guild

The Ladies Guild is an organization that supports the Lutheran Women's Missionary League, assists where needed with church social gatherings, and provides its members with opportunities for Christian fellowship and active involvement in mission projects both at home and abroad.

Check with the church office for more information and meeting dates and times.



Quilters Giuld Quilters Giuld

This group of Christian woman (and men if interested) use their talent to create wonderful quilts while socializing and sharing their Christian lives with each other. Each year their wonderful creations (which are on display in October in our church) are loaded onto a railcar that makes its way throughout Wisconsin and eventually distributed to needy people by Lutheran World Relief.


Senior Fun Seekers

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The purpose of Senior Fun Seekers is to provide a social outlet of fellowship for senior members of St. Paul’s.

Members aged 55 and older are welcome to attend the variety of activities.

Various functions include activities such as tours, shows and meals. Some events are free of charge and others are with charge.

There is no set schedule for Senior Fun Seekers events. They are planned as ideas are submitted or activities occur. The events are published in advance in the church bulletin and other St. Paul’s publications.

For further information about Senior Fun Seekers contact Janine Cherney or Sharon Stehmeier through the church office (414) 541-6250.

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St. Paul’s Joyous Widow’s Luncheon

Joyous Widows Luncheon

The purpose of the St. Paul’s Joyous Widow’s Luncheon is to facilitate social and spiritual support among those that have experienced the loss of a spouse. Elenor Spitzer started the luncheon group in 1999 with three widows. Currently, a group of as many as 22 gather for lunch and fun. Those who are unable to drive are helped by others. The group extends an open invitation. Any St. Paul’s widow is welcome to join the group.

The Widow’s Luncheon group meets at an area restaurant on the second Wednesday of each month. When the group gathers for lunch, they determine the next month’s luncheon location. The upcoming luncheon location is published in the church bulletin.

One of the luncheon group members commented, “After my husband died, my social life died with him. I did not want to go out to eat or a movie alone. A friend invited me to come to the widow’s luncheon, and I loved it. I got good food and I got to know other widows, people you see in church, but you don’t really know. At our luncheons people get to know and enjoy one another.” Other members of the group shared what they liked about the monthly luncheons:


“Enjoy going out.”

“Meet fellow members for Christian fellowship.”

“Love meeting new ladies.”

“I don’t like eating alone. We should meet twice a month.”

“It is so great to have a bunch of “family” to get together for lunch once a month. Our sisters in Christ become closer each month.”

“I like getting together with my friends at St. Paul’s. It is something to look forward to. It is a joyful gathering.”

“Wonderful fellowship with my sisters in Christ.”

“It’s fun to get to know other widows.”

“Being with people, conversations, good food, a treat, just being here.”

“Nice to be with other ladies. Good fellowship.”

“I have met many other widows.”

“I look forward for this occasion. So happy the ladies always come and have good fellowship.”

“Enjoy every minute. Please continue.”

To learn more about the Widow’s Luncheon contact Elenor Spitzer, Sharon Stehmeier or Judy Hurst through the church office (414) 541-6250.