ABOUT US

  ABOUT US  
Saints Peter and Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church
Confessional.
Liturgical.
Lutheran.

 

Saints Peter and Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church (UAC) is an independant parish affiliated with the Evangelical Lutheran Diocese of North America (ELDoNA), a small Lutheran Church body endeavoring with God's help to remain faithful to the Word of God and the historical doctrinal teachings of the Lutheran Church. Currently the parish and its Pastor have altar and pulpit fellowship with the other independent parishes also affiliated with the Evangelical Lutheran Diocese of North America (ELDoNA) and other parishes affiliated with any Lutheran body in altar and pulpit fellowship with the ELDoNA. The Pastor bears particular responsibility for informing the parish of the doctrinal integrity of the parishes with which it is joined in fellowship.


For more information, go online to www.eldona.org or feel free to contact our Pastor, the Rev. Jerald Dulas at 864-412-6330.



Our Location

Saints Peter & Paul Ev. Lutheran Church (UAC)
215 N. Main St.
Suite 1-D
Simpsonville, SC 29681
Phone: 864-412-6330




 

We are located in the Town Centre with access from N. Main Street on one side and W. Georgia Rd/N. Maple St. on the other side, just east of I-385 between W. College St. and Jones Ave on the west side of the railroad tracks.


 

 

We invite you to join us for Divine Worship and Bible Study.

Our Divine Worship Service with Holy Communion begins at 10:00 AM each Sunday morning,
followed by Bible Study at 11:15 AM.



We also pray the Office of Vespers on Wednesdays at 7:00 PM during Advent and Lent.



 

How We Worship

  

We follow the historic liturgy of the Lutheran Church. We are liturgical, that is, there is "an order of service" which is centered in the Word of God, and which we have received from our forefathers, and in which we are united in common use among the other parishes affiliated with the diocese. We are "sacramental," rejoicing that our Lord Jesus Christ comes to us by the work of the Holy Ghost through the means of grace. We believe that our Lord Jesus Christ is truly and substantially present in, with and under the bread and wine in Holy Communion and, as we try to remain faithful to the commands of our Lord Jesus in the serving of His true and substanstial Body and Blood, and out of great concern for their souls, we ask that people be instructed before receiving His Supper.