St. Paul Lutheran Church

130 Cable Avenue

Beachwood, NJ 08722

(732) 349-0871

Fax: (732) 818-1940

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Holy Communion 9AM & 11AM

9AM Service Live-Streamed on YouTube

Sunday School 9AM (In Person)

Please note: That the Food Pantry is open 10-2 on Monday - Friday. Food can be dropped off during those hours. Please call church office at 732-349-0871 before dropping off.


St. Paul's food pantry continues to be very busy supporting our neighbors. At this point in time, we are especially in need of these items: peanut butter, pancake mix, syrup, chili, beef stew, pork & beans, tuna, rice, packaged potatoes, and fruit. Donations of these and other non-perishable items can be left in the collection bin outside of Rowoldt Hall. Thank you for your support of our neighbors in need.

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We greet you in the name of the Christ whose light has come to illumine our darkness. We welcome worshippers who are able to be physically present and those who are with us virtually on YouTube. We are all one body in Christ as we hear His word and go out to share the good news with others.

Interfaith Host Week

begins Sunday, November 19.  Please check your calendars for your availability to serve as a dinnr or overnight host. Volunteers are also needed for set-up, take-down, and to transport the trailer to the next location. To volunteer, use the sign-up sheet on the table in the Narthex or contact St. Paul's Coordinator, Carol Dorn ( or 732-616-9107) or the Church Office. Thanks for your continued support of our neighbors in need.

Thanksgiving Baskets

The Social Ministry Team will again prepare Thanksgiving baskets for families in our community. Items you can help provide include: turkeys or hams, bags of white potatoes, evaporated milk, pumpkin pie filling, and pie crust mix. There is ample freezer space to store turkeys. Please place your non-perishable donations in the collection box in the Narthex by November 12.

New Bible Study

Pastor Pete will be leading a new study on the topic of Sin for three consecutive Sundays. The brief sessions will be held between worship services at 10:15 beginning November 5. In case you can't be here in person, the meetingss will be available virtually and reecorded.

"Among Friends" Fellowship Group

Grief and loss are things we can never plan for but will ultimately affect most of us during the course of a lifetime. In order to support each other in Christian friendship in difficult times and beyond, we have extablished a grief support community, meeting about once a month for a meal in a local restaurant to share food, felloship, and informal conversation. Watch for more information about our next dinner  "Among Friends" planned for Tuesday, November 14. Questions? Call Pam in the Church Office.