The congregation, a member of the North Carolina Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA), was organized on December 14, 1941.
St. Paul sits at the corner of Marlboro Road and Bauersfeld St, in the heart of Hamlet, N.C. The church is recognized for it’s beautiful red doors, stain glass windows, and steeple. It’s carillon bells play several times each day.
St. Paul Lutheran Church is handicap accessible with an elevator located at street level on the Bauersfeld St. side of the building. The elevator will take you up to the sanctuary and down to the fellowship hall. It is large enough for a person in a wheelchair and another person.
St. Paul is known for it’s commitment to providing food to those who are experiencing food insecurity through our partnership with the Food Bank of the Sandhills, the Hamlet Soup Kitchen, and our ministry of Feed My Sheep. We also partner with The Hamlet House to provide companisonship and ice cream socials with the residents.