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 ST. PAUL LUTHERAN - PRESTON, KANSAS

We are a congregation of the 

Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod

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See with eyes, hear with ears and sing with voices Jesus Christ crucified and risen from the dead for the salvation of the world.

Receive with the people of St. Paul Lutheran in worship each week the sense-able gifts of forgiveness, life and salvation .

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The church is located 6 miles NE of Pratt on Hwy. 61

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Radio broadcast live on The Mighty 1290 AM - KMMM Radio   Sunday mornings at 10:00 a.m. as well as on the internet at www.superhits1290.com

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SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP:  10:00 a.m.

Divine Service with Holy Communion - 1st and 3rd Sundays

SUNDAY SCHOOL AND BIBLE CLASS:  9:00 a.m.   

Breakfast together with adults and children the last Sunday of each month.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
     
   
 

 

 
 

FROM LUTHERAN SERVICE BOOK...

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                 Remembering +Izola Jorns                                Resting in the arms of Jesus                   May 22, 2015
Funeral service will be at St. Paul Lutheran     May 26, 2015, 11:00 a.m.

JESUS LIVES! THE VICTORY'S WON  490

Jesus lives! The vict'ry's won!
Death no longer can appall me.
Jesus lives! Death's reign is done!
From the grave Christ will recall me.
Brighter scenes will then commence;
This shall be my confidence.

Jesus lives! To him the throne
High o'er heav'n and earth is given.
I shall go where he is gone,
Live and reign with him in heaven.
God is faithful; doubtings, hence!
This shall be my confidence.

Jesus lives! For me he died;
Hence will I, to Jesus living,
Pure in heart and act abide,
Praise to him and glory giving.
All I need God will dispense;
This shall be my confidence.

Jesus lives! I know full well
Nothing me from him shall sever,
Life nor death nor pow'rs of hell
Part me now from Christ forever.
God will be a sure defense;
This shall be my confidence.

Jesus lives! And now is death
But the gate to life immortal;
This shall calm my trembling breath
When I pass its gloomy portal.
Faith shall cry, as fails each sense:
"Jesus is my confidence!"