About

The mission of St. Paul Lutheran Church, Gar Creek, is to teach

and proclaim the Gospel of the Lord, Jesus Christ, to its members, the community, and the world.

The congregation of St. Paul Gar Creek in worship on Easter Sunday

What We Believe

As a congregation of the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod we accept and preach the Bible-based teachings of Martin Luther that inspired the reformation of the Christian Church in the 16th century. The teaching of Luther and the reformers can be summarized in three phrases: Grace alone, Faith alone, Scripture alone.

Front walkway and entrance of Central Lutheran School.

Central Lutheran School

Along with Emanuel and Martini Lutheran Churches in New Haven, St. Paul has been a dedicated supporter of Central Lutheran School since its establishment in 1952.

 

Central has a unique history with deep roots in the community and a strong foundation built upon the truth found in God’s Word. It is a strong body of believers, intellects, athletes, and performers. Learn more.

Aerial view of the cemetery at St. Paul Gar Creek.

The St. Paul Cemetery

Those wishing to learn more about the cemetery at St. Paul, including rules of use as well as landscape & monument rules, should view this document.

History of St. Paul

St. Paul Lutheran Church (Gar Creek) was established in 1880 by members of Emmanuel Lutheran Church in New Haven. The congregation has flourished since then, and offers weekly worship opportunities and Bible studies for those wanting to grow in their faith.

St. Paul Gar Creek Walther League circa 1941