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The goal of the TTF program is to support and encourage the proclamation of the gospel through the design and function of our church and school building. 

On September 16th, 2018, in a special event following our 10:30 service, we dedicated the newly renovated lower level of our building, which included the following updates: the church fellowship hall was renovated; early childhood education space was repurposed and renovated to expand our program to include 3 year old kindergarten. Our child care space was repurposed and renovated.



On January 31st, 2016, St. Paul dedicated our newly renovated sanctuary in a special service at 4:00 p.m. and joined together for dinner after the service. NBC 26 news coverage of the dedication service aired at 5:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m.


On Feburary 4th, 2016, Green Bay Press Gazette news coverage of our dedication service was published.

Download the Sanctuary Dedication Booklet.



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How did St. Paul congregation develop our concept of updating and repairing our building and property?

The Today, Tomorrow, Future (TTF) program started with a congregational workshop in May, 2012. The original goal of that workshop was to discuss and develop a strategy that would see our congregation wisely use our resources to look after our building and property, while fulfilling the mission of our congregation. After many more congregation forums, meetings and discussion, the TTF Master Plan was developed. It was adopted by the congregation on November 11, 2014.

From the TTF Master Plan:

  • The TTF plan is an ongoing effort strategically to plan and implement repairs and enhancements of our building and property based on the needs of the congregation for carrying out the congregation's mission.

  • The TTF Plan is to be an open ended plan, subject to change and grow with the congregation starting Today, thinking about Tomorrow and looking to the Future. Copies of the TTF Master Plan are available online and at church.

What does the plan look like?

The congregation has finished phase 1.  Phase 2 involves new construction to help us expand our efforts to spread the gospel to more and more people for generations to come.  The name of our new construction project is Built on the Rock.

How do I make a gift to the TTF Support Fund?

Gifts designated to "Built on the Rock" will support new construction plans.  Gifts may be given monthly, annually, or in any time frame that fits your budget. Special gift envelopes are available for your use. You may also donate through our website.  

May I contribute gifts other than cash?

Yes, you may contribute gifts of property, stocks, life insurance and other securities, including IRAs for 70 ½ and older members. In fact, in many situations these types of gifts also offer some additional tax advantages. If you have questions about the tax implications of your gift, please consult with your tax advisor. All monetary gifts to the TTF Support Fund are tax deductible if itemized when filing your tax return. You may also consider making an in kind contribution through the donation of materials or time.

What does the Lord say about stewardship?

God created the earth, everything and everyone in it. He saved us from our sin by the suffering, death, and resurrection of Jesus, our Savior. All that we have and all that we are come from Him. We are the managers of the earthly blessings he has given us. The following passage gives believers a promise and guideline for giving:

2 Corinthians 9:6,7 - Remember this: Whoever sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, and whoever sows generously will also reap generously. Each man should give what he has decided in his heart to give, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver.

How can I help to make this appeal a success?

  • Prayerfully respond to God's gift of a Savior with your generous gifts to our building program, while continuing your generous support for our current ministry plan.

  • Pray for God's blessings on our congregation.

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