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Our 150th Anniversary

 
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Faithful German Lutheran families found their way from southern Wisconsin to what was called, at that time, the Town of Hartland.  There were the Henry Burmeister, Fred Zernicke, Gottlieb Manthei, August Kallies, and Karl Stern families.  Over 150 years ago, in 1861, St. Paul Lutheran Church was founded with Rev. I. N. Beyer of Caledonia conducting the first worship service.  It was not until 1863 that St. Paul was actually organized.  In June of 1863, Rev. Peter Heinrich Dicke, a pastor from Frankentrost, Michigan, accepted a call to Belle Plaine, arriving there in June of 1863.  Soon after, he made his way into the forest to find the people who settled in Shawano and Hartland (Bonduel).  He found five families in Hartland who came to the first worship services.
 
October 20, 2013 
150th Anniversary Sunday
Bible Entering
Entering Choir
Bells Service
Service Service
Service Service
Bible Pastors
Past Pastors Churches
Church Bulletins
Dinner Dinner
Dinner Cake
 

2013 Anniversary Calendar

 

January

 
 
    13
150th Opening Service
 
    27
Recognition - St. Paul Staff
 

February

 
 
      3
Guest Preacher - Rev. Boettcher
 
    9-10
Hymn Festival
 

March

 
 
    10
Concordia University Concert Choir
 
    31
Easter Sunday
 

April

 
 
    21
Confirmation Sunday
 

May

 
 
      5
Guest Preacher - Rev. Buchholz
 
    12
Guest Preacher - Rev. Wildauer
 

June

 
 
      2
New Member Welcome
 
      9
Guest Preacher - Rev. Klein
 
    22-23
St. Paul Alumni Weekend
   
 

July

 
 
    18-28
Mission Sunday
   

Guests from Romania: Rev. & Mrs. Dusan Vanko

   
The Vankos arrive July 18!
 

August

 
 
    25
Cemetery Walk (Walk in the Past)
 

September

 
 
    15
Guest Preacher - Rev. Golz
 
    22
Guest Preacher - Rev. Voss
 

October

 
 
    20
150th Anniversary Sunday
   

LCMS President - Rev. Matthew Harrison

 

    27

Reformation Sunday