The Bridge is a new church on an older campus! It is part of St. Paul’s on-going effort to speak the unchanging truth of the Bible to today’s world whose language is constantly changing.
St. Paul’s Lutheran Church has been a part of the Muskego community since 1857. Initially the language of our worship was German to serve the German immigrants in our community. Gradually, a new worship language was offered – English!
In the last several decades, we have seen another change in “language.” Our traditional worship services speak well to individuals who want an organ leading them in a worship service that follows the pattern developed in the church over the centuries. About ten years ago we began our contemporary service at 10:45 am because the language of organ and liturgy was not the “native language” of many people in our community. It has become one of our largest attended serves.
As we recognized the need to expand our worship options, we recognized another “language” that may be more comfortable for still others in our community. The Bridge is more casual and less structured than the traditional or contemporary services already offered on our campus.
At St. Paul’s we welcome this diversity of worship styles and preferences. What unites us is our faith in a Savior that loves us, died for us on the cross, and rose again.
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