..I was glad when they said to me, “let us go to the house of the Lord.” Ps. 122:1


Thank you for visiting St. Paul’s Episcopal Church website. I pray that you will find it helpful, informative and a blessing. Whether you are new to the area, a longtime resident, or just visiting, I invite you to explore the site and join us for worship and other ministries of the church.

We are a fellowship of ordinary people, from all walks of life, who are united through faith in Jesus Christ, God’s only Son. We are all ministers of the Gospel! We are a community that supports each other, prays for one another, and most of all, desires to show the love of Christ to a hurting world.

We invite you to experience the love and reality of God, and the care of our church community at St. Paul’s.

Rev. Nancy Behm, Deacon

Welcome to Rev. Bobbi Kraft!

We welcome The Reverend Roberta “Bobbi” Kraft as our new Vicar of St. Paul’s Church.  She has a Bachelor of Science in Accounting and Business Management, Master of Science in Organizational Behavior and recently Master of Divinity from Virginia Theological Seminary.  She has served as chaplain in Campus Ministry at Georgetown University with preaching, organization of pilgrimage and ecumenical evangelism assignments.

She will join us in Mid June.  Her first celebration of the Holy Eucharist is Sunday, June 23rd.

Rev. Bobbi Kraft

Come See Us!

2809 Flintville Road
Suamico, Wisconsin 54313
Phone: (920) 434-2247


Join us for service of holy communion on Sundays at 8:00 AM or 10:00 AM! All are welcome!
Coffee hour/fellowship immediately following
Christian Education:
Formation for All Ages (Sunday School) every Sunday (Sept-May) at 9:00AM. 

How do I become a member of the church?

Start attending services regularly and speak to our priest. Also take advantage of some of our adult education opportunities. Participation in the community will begin to acquaint you with our customs, style of worship and interpretation of scripture. Also, join us for coffee hour, our members are friendly and you can get to know us.

Are there dues paid for membership?

There are no dues. We believe however, that all we have is a gift from God, and that we honor God by contributing to the church. Therefore we encourage all people to make a financial pledge based on what they feel they can afford.