The town of Unionville, Michigan is a strange mix of things that have changed and things that have remained the same. Once a vibrant town, most of the buildings in 'downtown' Unionville are empty now. Gone are the four or five gas stations the town once had, as are the three grocery stores that once operated here.
One thing that has not changed is St. Paul Lutheran Church. We were founded in 1876. We worship in a building that was constructed and dedicated in 1906. We continue our commitment to Lutheran education through Christ the King Lutheran School, operated in conjunction with Immanuel Lutheran Church, Sebewaing. Most importantly, we teach the timeless, eternal Truth of what God has done for us in Jesus Christ.
To paraphrase the Apostle John, if all the stories of our congregation were written down the entire world could not contain all the books. But each of those books would tell the same story: God's continued blessing through times of joy and times of grief, through times of plenty and times of hardship, through times of upheaval and times of consistency. God continues to call, gather, and keep people in the faith through His Word and Sacraments and to lead and guide each of us in our daily callings. Wherever God takes us in the future, we look ahead with confidence in HIs daily blessing.