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“…but if we walk in the Light as He Himself is in the Light, we have fellowship with one another, and the blood of Jesus His Son cleanses us from all sin.”

-1 John 1:7

Welcome to

St.Paul Lutheran Church

in Mason, Texas

Our Mission is to hear, share and proclaim the Word of God


ST. PAUL is committed to proclaiming Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior.

ST. PAUL is a multi-generational congregation committed to biblically based worship in the Lutheran tradition.

ST. PAUL is committed to being a welcoming congregation following the scriptual mandate that Christ welcomes all to the table of grace.

ST. PAUL is a loving, spiritual family committed to the building up of one another in the love of Christ.

ST. PAUL is committed to the nurturing of children and adults in the Christian faith and promoting lifelong faith formation for all ages.

ST. PAUL is committed to expressing our gratitude for the gift of Grace through selfless giving, compassionate service and mission outreach.

ST. PAUL is committed to proclaiming the power and presence of the Holy Spirit.

NEWS OCT. 10,2021


PRAYER LIST: Please lift up the following: Charles Eckert, Joyce Ewert, Richard Lindley, Carl Martin, Chris Habecker, Christina Reichenau, Jay and Beverly Marek, Lynn Ake, Tammi Pinter, Sandra Newberry, Gretchen Qualls, Karen Eckert, Vera Marin, Nettie Geistweidt (Joe D. Geistweidt’s wife), Kyla Rasch, Lindzee Lewis (cousin of Shelby Lehmberg), Sally Lane, Cindy Bowden, all facing upcoming surgeries/ procedures, COVID-19 Pandemic, and those serving in the military.

THE NOISY BUCKET OFFERING received this morning during the singing of the sending song benefits a wide range of youth projects and activities. Thank you for your continued support.

COUNCIL MEMBERS, please pick up your packets in the Office.

MARK YOUR CALENDAR! “JAM Sunday” will be next Sunday, October 17, with service time at 10:00 a.m.! This will be an uplifting outdoor service in our church park, so bring a lawn chair or a blanket on which to sit. After the jam service, the annual Mexican Pile-on Luncheon will be held in the Fellowship Hall.

MEXICAN PILE-ON LUNCHEON will immediately follow the jam service next Sunday, October 17. This annual fundraiser helps defray the cost of children attending summer church camp. A sign-up sheet has been placed on the table in the narthex for donations of food for the Pile-on. Your help is needed to make this event a success!

With the completion of the stained-glass window project, it is time to address the missing Christmas lights. With the difficulty in finding replacement bulbs, the church council has decided to replace the current lights with more cost efficient (and cooler) LED lights. The estimated cost is $5200 and we already have $3500! We would like to get this finished before Christmas.
Let’s have an old-fashioned cake auction to raise the rest! Following the Mexican Pile On, we will have a lively “Cakes for Christmas Lights” auction led by Jeff Owen, auctioneer extraordinaire. If you have a favorite dessert item to donate, please have it in the Parish Hall kitchen by Sunday morning of the auction. Call LeEster, 512-751-4497, if you have any questions! Thank you!

“But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control. Against such things there is no law.”

-Galatians 5:22-23

Join Us for Worship!

Church Services


LENTEN SERVICES Wednesday  6:30 pm






St.Paul Celebrates Communion

First and Third Sundays

Festival Sundays

Sunday School

3 to 5 years – Sunday School Building

1st through 5th grades – Sunday School Building

6th through 8th grades – Sunday School Building

High School – Youth Room Upstairs in Office Building

Young Adults – Upstairs in Church Office Building 9:40 am

Adults – Fellowship Hall

Classes for All Ages   9:30 am to 10:30 am

Children’s Church

Last Sunday of Every Month
Sunday School Building Auditorium
10:30 am until 12 NOON
If you need a ride please call 347-6164.

“For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.”

-Jeremiah 29:11

Monthly Calendar

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“And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose.”

-Romans 8:28

A Few Words from Pastor Krebs


Pastor Fred Krebs

First and Third Sundays

Festival Sundays



Greetings. I am Pastor Fred Krebs.


We are pleased to have you visit us online and look forward to having you join us for services and fellowship here at St. Paul. Mason is filled with God’s spirit and some of the most wonderful loving people you could hope to know. I am honored to be here sharing God’s word.


Hailing from Pennsylvania, I find the beauty of the Texas Hill Country, and Mason specifically, is truly a blessing. The history that surrounds us here is proof of God’s amazing work and St. Paul has been part of that since 1872. The rich history within the walls of St. Paul provides our congregation a strong foundation and secure place to continue our worship for generations to come.


Our mission is to hear, share, and proclaim the word of God. Jesus Christ is the living word of God for our lives. By faith in Christ’s life-giving love and grace, and guided by the light of God’s holy spirit, we live, love and serve in God’s world today and each day.


I believe these pages will paint a picture of the wonderful community at St. Paul Lutheran Church and provide all the information you are seeking.


Please come and be a part of our family!

“For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.”

-John 3:16