Covid-19 Response Quick Notes

Daisy’s Food Pantry

Daisy’s Food Pantry, at St.Paul Lutheran Church in Hamburg, will remain OPEN. Our open shopping hours are every Wednesday 1-4pm.

Due to Covid-19, shopping is by appointment only. If you are in need, please call the church office (810-231-1033) and setup an appointment.

Online Giving

Do you have a cell phone? If so, you can donate to St Paul Lutheran from your phone. Text the word “give” to (810) 888-7701.

Magnificat, A Christmas Storyboard

Join us as we give glory to God for the many ways we’ve been able to gather as a community of faith. View the storyboard here:  Magnificat

Worship Services

We now offer in-person worship services on Sundays at 8:30 and 11:00 am and Mondays at 4:30 pm. Masks are required for all in-person worship services. Seating will be in the sanctuary and in the fellowship hall.

We will continue to stream the 8:30 am Sunday morning worship service and drive through communion will be offered from 12:15-12:30 pm at the west door of the sanctuary.

For more details read “Corona Virus and Community Care.”

Faith at Home Resources for Lent

Join us in our Lent in a Bag for families and individuals to enrich your Lenten preparations. Materials are available at church to create your own Holy Week Banner that corresponds to the weekly devotions. Each week there are options for preschool, elementary, and teen or adult devotions.

Follow the links on our Faith at Home Resources for Lent page to enhance these devotions.

Why Our Church?

We are a church that connects people to Jesus

St. Paul Lutheran Church is a community of believers gathered together by God through the Word and the Sacraments. Our mission is to connect people to Jesus, to each other, and to their neighbors through acts of service.


Our Story

Founded as a mission church in 1952, St. Paul continues to give God’s gifts to the people of Livingston, Oakland, and Washtenaw Counties.


Our Mission

Our church exists to connect people to Jesus, connect people to each other, and connect people to their neighbors through acts of service.


What to Expect

It can be intimidating visiting a new church for the first time! Not to worry, you are welcome at St. Paul!

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Easter Service information

Dear friends in Christ at St. Paul, Grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ. I pray this Holy Week has been a time of reflection and prayer for you all. I am writing to let you know that I have recently tested positive for COVID (3/29). Also, please

Easter Egg Hunt 2021

Unfortunately, due to Covid this event is CANCELED. We are not sure at this time if it will be rescheduled for April 10. Please watch here for further infomation.

Lent in a Bag — Week 5

March 21 ~ Week 5 – Crucifixion and Death Preparation: Get out your Holy Week Banner and add the cross. Read or Watch: Read Mark 15:21-40 or read Jesus is Arrested and Crucified (p. 449-452 from The Beginner’s Bible) and/or watch the Death and Crucifixion video. Preschool: What happened to Jesus? Why did Jesus die


Pastor Jeff Burgess

For I am not ashamed of the gospel, for it is the power of God for salvation to everyone who believes, to the Jew first and also to the Greek. For in it the righteousness of God is revealed from faith for faith, as it is written, “The righteous shall live by faith.”

Romans 1:16-17 [ESV]

Emphasis for the Church

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.

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