A Word from Our Church Council President

It was almost ten years ago that St. Paul Lutheran Church in Hamburg, MI made its last Divine Call in a long series of Divine Calls that sought to bring a faithful man of the Gospel to serve as her Pastor.

Apr. 15 – Apr. 22 bulletin announcements

Things Won’t Make You Happy

How do you know when you are blessed? Arthur Brooks of the American Enterprise Institute has written about developing a happiness portfolio that does not center on consumption or development of material abundance.

Apr. 8 – Apr. 15 Bulletin Announcements

Guest Preacher

Today we welcome Rev. Dr. Scott Yakimow as our guest preacher. He is a Professor of Theology at Concordia University Ann Arbor, and he is the husband of Miriam, our director of family ministry. He arrived at CUAA after spending five years as a mechanical engineer,

Easter Sunday Bulletin Announcement

Scripture Readings for This Week

Scripture Readings for today:
Isaiah 25:6–9, 1 Corinthians 15:1–11, Mark 16:1–8


4/1                                 Exodus 14:10-31                           Hebrews 7:23-8:13

4/2                                 Exodus 15:1-18                             Hebrews 9:1-28

4/3                                 Exodus 15:19-16:12                      Hebrews 10:1-18

4/4                                 Exodus 16:13-35                           Hebrews 10:19-39

4/5                                 Exodus 17:1-16                             Hebrews 11:1-29

4/6                                 Exodus 18:5-27                             Hebrews 12:1-24

4/7                                 Exodus 19:1-25                             Hebrews 13:1-21


Easter Triduum – 2018

Easter Triduum – 2018

The significance of Christ’s suffering, death, and resurrection is the central focus of Christian worship. The Triduum services are closely connected with one another, in fact we observe them as one continuous service. The Easter Triduum begins with the celebration of the Lord’s Supper on Maundy Thursday,

Witness, Mercy, Life Together

In Christ, for the Church and the World

These phrases illustrate how the church lives and works together to proclaim the Gospel and to provide for our brothers and sisters in our congregations, communities, and throughout the world. These phrases describe the emphasis of The Lutheran Church Missouri Synod.