THE LITURGICAL CALENDAR
We at St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Kingsville order our worship life around a liturgical calendar that has its roots in the practice and ritual of the ancient church. We follow a liturgical calendar because it is a guide that helps us remember God's marvelous plan of salvation accomplished for the world through the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. While nothing in the Bible commands us to do this, we find that annually retracing the story of our salvation serves to catechize us in the faith. It also helps to connect us to the church catholic, the community of believers in Christ of all times, ancient and modern.
Click on the links below for detailed information about the church year and its seasons, festivals, and worship traditions.
An Overview of the Liturgical Calendar
Presentation of the Augsburg Confession
All Saints' Day
The Last Sunday of the Church Year