St. Paul’s Celebrates its 250th Anniversary | Village of Alamance, NC

St. Paul’s Lutheran Church (1770-2020) celebrates its 250th Anniversary in 2020 with events planned throughout the year!

Grace and peace to you from God our Father and from the Lord Jesus Christ,


It is with great joy and thanksgiving that we announce the 250th anniversary of St. Paul’s Lutheran Church (1770 – 2020). Additionally we will also mark 200 years of Mt. Pleasant Lutheran Chapel. We have a number of events planned throughout 2020 to celebrate this anniversary as we commemorate our history and look to the future with anticipation.  Below, you will see a list of “save the dates” for these planned events.  We are happy to extend the invitation to all our past and present members, extended family, and our surrounding community to come and rejoice with us as you are able.


Blessings from St. Paul’s,


Pastor Nathan Hooks and the 250th Anniversary Committee




St. Paul’s 250th Anniversary:  “Save the Dates”


Sunday, January 26th —                     Covered-dish luncheon with guest speaker, Mark Chilton; Anniversary books

will be available for purchase


Saturday, April 25th —                       Cemetery Tours  /  Beef Stew and Pinto Bean Fundraiser Dinner


Sunday, May 3rd, 10th and 17th—    Sunday School Series w/ Clyde Christmas and Pastor Hooks


Sunday, May 17th —                           Memorial Sunday at St. Paul’s; covered-dish lunch to follow service as well

as anniversary photo of congregation


Sunday, May 24th —                           Memorial Sunday at Mt. Pleasant; covered-dish picnic to follow service as well

as Anniversary photo of congregation (commemoration of 200th Anniversary)


Sunday, September 20th —              Homecoming at Mt. Pleasant; picnic to follow service as well as Part II of

200th Anniversary commemoration


Sunday, September 27th —              St. Paul’s is 250 years old!!  Oktoberfest celebration for church members, their

families and invited guests


Saturday, November 7th —              Men’s BBQ & Sons of the American Revolution to hold ceremony to mark                                                                   graves of Revolutionary War Soldiers


Sunday, December 20th —               Children’s Christmas Play / Congregational covered-dish lunch