Welcome to St Paul.

Please join us on Sundays at 10:00 am as we worship together as family.” Come and join in singing, reading of scripture, and Holy Communion  All are welcome. Advent Holden Evening Services will begin on Wednesday,  December 4th, 11th, and 18th at 7:00 pm. Bring your family and join us in the singing of this memorable service.

Our Candlelight Christmas Eve Service will be at 8:00 pm.  Mark your calendars and join us for an evening of carols, readings, and the joy of  Jesus’ birth.  Come and worship as all are welcome.

+Pastor Harvey

Upcoming activities..

  • Dec. 2nd – Santa Christmas Store at Good Samaritan Center 
  • Dec. – Angel Angels Gifts
  • Dec. – Toys for Kids drive
  • Dec. 4th, 11th and 18th – Advent Holden Evening Service at 7:00 pm
  • Dec. 20th – Christmas Caroling
  • Dec. 24th – Candlelight Christmas Eve Service – 8:00 pm

Advent Evening Service

Come join us for this special service on Wednesdays, December 4th, 11th, and 18th at 7:00 pm. We will be using the Holden Evening Prayer Service by Marty Haugen. This lovely setting of vespers tells of the coming of Jesus.

Christmas Caroling…

Come and join us for a time for singing some wonderful Christmas carols as we travel around the town to share this wonderful time.  We will gather at the church at 6:00 pm



Christmas Eve Candlelight Service


December 24th at 8:00 pm. Come join us for an evening of carols, readings and special music in a candlelight setting celebrating the birth of Jesus.

St. Paul Lutheran Church Angel Dedication


We have a new piece of art hanging on our sanctuary wall. The Angel is a gift from Margie Laurie, a friend of St. Paul’s. This angel is made from a cast of the original statue that was part of a statuary group hanging in the vestry of the 18th century church, Santa Croce, in Florence, Italy. This piece joins the St. Paul collection of beautiful liturgical art that enhances our narthex and worship space.

14th Annual Christmas Store

It was another successful year with bringing smiles and happiness to 28 residents who went shopping “for free” on Monday, December 2, 2019 at the Good Samaritan Nursing Home in Simla, CO.

This was all made possible by the wonderful members and friends of St. Paul Lutheran Church here in Calhan with their generous donations and by the financial assistance through Thrivent’s Action Team !  The nursing home residents were ready to shop when the doors opened to the dining room at 3 p.m. and everyone was exhausted from shopping around 4:30 p.m. J   Two “shopping elves” from St. Paul worked with each of the residents to find personal items they could use or for gifts that they might then give to their own family members.  The residents then went to our gift wrapping table before heading back to their room, all ready for the Christmas celebration!!

St. Paul Preschool…

If you are looking for a preschool that teaches true Christian values  for your child. check out St. Paul Preschool.  There are still a few openings.  Just call 719-347-2798.  Amy Bell is our Preschool Director. Be sure to check out what our preschoolers are learning.  click here .

Special Activities…


Quilting group meets  ollowing our fellowship time.  Come and join this special time on the 3rd Sunday as we sew and make quilts to give to those that are in need.

Bible Study

Bible Study takes place the 2nd and 4th Mondays.  Dee Ozburn leads this special time. Time is 1:00 pm.  Join this special time to learn more about the love of God.


Come join us for our monthly potluck where we celebrate all birthdays and anniversaries for the month.  Join in the food and fellowship on every 3rd Sunday right after church.

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