Saint Paul Lutheran Church

A Lutheran (LCMS) church in Ireton, IA
Saint Paul Lutheran Church
Saint Paul Lutheran Church
Saint Paul Lutheran Church
Saint Paul Lutheran Church

Who We Are

St. Pauls is a member of the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod. It has about 350 members. They celebrated their 125th anniversary in 2011.

About Us

Vibe
Traditional Liturgy, Friendly, Neighborhood-focused, Multigenerational, Lots of kids

Programs
Youth Group, Community Service, Choir, Adult Education, Children's Ministry

Music
Traditional Hymns

Denomination
Lutheran (LCMS)

Size
Medium

Language
English

Founded
1886

Plan Your Visit

Services

Contact

Address
602 Main St
Ireton, IA 51027

Phone
(712)278-2324

Website

Directions
Get directions on Google Maps

Our Services

What are services like?
Services are traditional Lutheran services. There is a children's message during the service.

What is the community like?
St. Paul's has a good representation of all ages from children to seniors. There is a fellowship time with refreshments after the Sunday service and most everyone stays for this. The whole congregation is very friendly and out-going.

What if I'm not a Christian?
You are welcome to come and visit. The Pastor would like to visit with you and share what we believe and live out in our lives.

Leadership View all

Andrew Carlson

Andrew Carlson

Rev. Andrew J. Carlson, Sr. M.Div., B.A., A.A. Pastor Carlson grew up with twenty-two other siblings in a log cabin in the back woods of Alaska (120 miles from the Arctic Circle). It was a multi-ethnic family with adopted brothers and sisters from Japan, India, Korea, an Eskimo sister/brother and two African-American brothers. He is married to Dana Carlson and they have two grown children: Andrew Jr. and Kristin. He graduated from Concordia Seminary, St. Louis in 1997. He served two churches (dual parish) in South Dakota for two years (1997-1999). He then served on active duty with the Navy for five years (1999-2004). He served on the USS Camden AOE-2 as command chaplain for two years, serving a tour in the Persian Gulf, where he was awarded the Navy Commendation Medal for service to the sailors of the USS Cole, after their bombing in Aden, Yemen. He also served two Navy chapels in the Puget Sound for three years. He resigned from the Navy in 2004 and took a call to serve a triple parish: Grace (Correctionville, IA), Trinity (Anthon, IA), and St. Paul (rural Battle Creek, Iowa), where he served from 2004-2011. In 2011 he accepted a call to serve St. Paul’s in Ireton, where he has served until now. He was elected circuit counselor in 2012.

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