How to Find Us
We’re located at 13271 Millard Avenue, just south of 132nd and L Street in Omaha. There is a light at the corner in front of the church and our main parking area is located just east of the light. The main church entrance is located toward the back of the block on the right (or south) side of the building.
Come on in and take a seat. The sanctuary is located through the front doors off the Commons Area. On your way into the services, you will be greeted and receive a weekly "church chat" detailing the events and programs at St. Paul’s.
All Are Welcome
Our building is handicapped accessible with handicap parking spaces on the south side of the building and both of our main entrances are equipped with automatic doors. If you are hard of hearing, we have hearing assist devices. Please check with an usher if you would like to use one.
Children are always welcome in worship. If your child needs a break, a staffed nursery is provided on Sunday's beginning at 9:30 a.m. during our Education Hour through the Sunday 10:30 a.m. worship service. This room is located down the hall from the Sanctuary on the left side. There is a check-in desk where you will need to complete a small amount of paperwork and then we have pagers to notify you if your child has any concerns during worship.
Busy bags are available in the Commons Area for children's use. Children participate in a Children's Sermon and noisy offering. You will often see children reading scripture, leading the creed, ushering, acolyting, or serving in a variety of ways.
St. Paul's Lutheran Church has an Education Hour on Sunday mornings during the school year for all ages. Please check the "church chat" for a listing of current classes or ask one of the ushers. Visitors are welcome to join at anytime.
When You Visit
While you're here, stop by the Welcome Center in the Commons Area. Let us know if you have questions. Check out the variety of ministries by picking up information placed throughout the Commons Area.
When you are ready to get connected let us know. You can call us or email the office. Or you can just come to something and check us out. This will involve a willingness to step out of the shadows to be known and loved, served and celebrated. Let us know you’re interested. Every few months, we have a New Member Orientation you can attend to find out more about our beliefs and ministries. We hope you find a home here.
SUMMER WORSHIP SCHEDULE
(Memorial Day - Labor Day)
5:30 p.m. Saturday: Worship in a relaxed setting
9:30 a.m. Sunday: Worship in a blended traditional and contemporary setting
Programs for Children and Young Adults
St. Paul's is proud to have a strong and thriving youth ministry. The Youth Ministry Team, consisting of eight to ten adults, meets monthly to plan and organize events. Learn More →
Classes and Programs for Adults
Our adult education programs equip members with skills necessary to fulfill our mission of sharing Christ’s message to transform all generations. All adults are welcome. Learn More →
New Member Orientation Classes
Are you new to St. Paul's? If so, we welcome you to join us for a New Member Orientation. You'll have an opportunity to meet other newcomers, learn about the services we have to offer, and more. Please see FAQ below.
Frequently Asked Questions
I'm interested in baptism. What do I need to do?
Baptism marks entry into the Body of Christ and is an important step in the life of every Christian. Baptism is offered for people of all ages and can be celebrated during any of the worship services. For those requesting an infant baptism, we do ask that parents attend a baptism class prior to the baptism. Please fill out the form below and the Director of Children's and Family Ministry will contact you. You can also feel free to call the church office at 402-895-3366 or email us here with questions. Please note the submitting of a request for a certain baptism date does not automatically schedule the baptism. All requests are reviewed by staff for approval.
How do I use the church's facilities for an event?
Active participating church members who wish to use the church building for a church activity should call the church office and reserve a room by placing the event on the church calendar. Active participating church members of the congregation who wish to use the building for a family event or Community Groups who want to use the building for community meetings may do so if the space is available. Priority usage always goes to church ministries. Fill out this form and submit it to the church office or call 402-895-3366 with any questions. We’ll be happy to review the Building Use Policy with you and make space available if we are able.
How do I become a member of St. Paul's?
If you are thinking about joining St. Paul’s, we invite you to attend our Member Orientation Class. We offer these at a variety of times throughout the year. We will share information in regard to the mission and ministry of St. Paul’s and what it means to be a part of the church. Our main goal is to help you see how you can get connected here. After attending the class, you can make a decision about joining the congregation. Please call the office at 402-895-3366 or email us here for the dates of our next Member Orientation or with any questions.
What is your marriage policy?
If you want to get married at St. Paul’s, please contact the church office and we will provide you with our Wedding Packet, which includes important guidelines for planning your wedding at the Church. Because of the importance of being a part of a Christian community, couples must worship regularly and actively participate as a St. Paul’s member in the life of the church. Call the church office at 402-895-3366 or email us here if you want more information.