Hallelujah and Welcome!

Founded in Random Lake, Wisconsin in 1855, St. Paul’s is a congregation in the Greater Milwaukee Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA). The ELCA is an active partner in the Lutheran World Federation, which represents more than 90% of the world’s Lutheran Christians.

Our congregation invites you to praise God, serve humanity, and enjoy the fruits of community and fellowship.

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Who We Are


St. Paul’s Lutheran Church shares the love of Jesus with the community.



We do this through worship, fellowship and community engagement; with emphasis on strengthening families and youth.


St. Paul’s gathers as a community for worship every Sunday at 9:00 a.m.

Holy Communion is celebrated on the first Sunday of each month. All are welcome!

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An important component in the life of every congregation is the ministry of education. St. Paul’s offers a variety of opportunities for children and adults, including Sunday school, confirmation classes, teenage ministry, and adult education.


Education Opportunities


The Path to Maturity

Sermon for Pentecost XII, 2021, Random Lake                                            8/15/21 Theme: THE PATH TO MATURITY                                                              Text: Proverbs 9:1-6 Introduction.    For you and me, life is a journey, a walk to… Read more “The Path to Maturity”

Our Pastors

Marilyn Borchardt

Marilyn Borchardt was ordained to the Holy Ministry in 1992 at Capitol Drive Lutheran Church in Milwaukee. She graciously lends her services to St. Paul’s.

Dale Erickson

Dale Erickson is a supply pastor with the ELCA’s Greater Milwaukee Synod. He graciously lends his services to St. Paul’s.


St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church was founded over 160 years ago in 1855. About 100 years later, we moved into the beautiful building we call home today. Throughout the years, St. Paul’s has been blessed with many pastors, each leaving a positive impact on the congregation and community.

If you enjoyed this history, there’s much more where that came from!


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