Audio / Video / Reading Archives

Note: In this section of our web site, we will be publishing various Audio/Video recordings and images from our archives. As the first selection, we are using Rev Eichenlaub's last Easter Sunday sermon (April 19, 1981).

Listen to Rev. Lorenz Eichenlaub's Last Easter Sermon


Rev. Eichenlaub served as Associate Pastor of our church from July, 1956 to January, 1959.


He returned in January of 1965 to serve as our Senior Pastor until July 31, 1981 and as Minister of Parish Life from July 31, 1981 to August 18, 1981.

In March of 1976, at the age of forty-seven, he learned he had inoperable pancreatic cancer and was given nine to twelve months to live.


He died over five years later, on August 18, 1981.

Click the audio player below, to hear Rev. Eichenlaub's last Easter Sunday sermon (April 19, 1981).

Palm Sunday - March 29, 2015 - 9 AM Service

Good Friday - April 2, 2010   Tenebrae Service

Easter Sunday - April 4, 2010 - 8:30 AM Service

Christmas Eve - Candlelight Service December 24, 2005

Pastor Ann Wilson's Farewell Sermon - 2005

Pastor Drew Kramer's Sermon

January 7, 2007

Norbert Krausz's 63rd Birthday Celebration at Choir Practice

(Click on a photo and it will enlarge)

St Paul Through the Years

Click on the video below for a walk down memory lane.Text...

Click on the image below to travel back to 1839 for a look at the way we were and learn the "History of our First Church".

1839 - 1860

Compiled by our Archivists, Jo Ann Elmore & Roger Henke

Sixty Years Ago

A service to commemorate the laying of the Cornerstone to the new Sanctuary of St. Paul Church was held on Sunday, June 8th, 1958. Below you can view the bulletin and the OSP, as well as pictures from this special occasion.

Tour of Heritage Hall Attic dating back to 1861 - narrated by Roger Henke

September 2019

Mayor Mark Eckert

Proclamation Recognizing our

180 Year Anniversary

October 27, 2019

The Archives Team needs Your Help!!

Recently, the artifact in the photos below was found on the second floor vestibule. We have no record of this artifact. Can you help with the who, what, when, where, and why? If so, please contact the archives team or front office with information.