About Us

8760 37th Avenue, Kenosha, WI 53142     Phone  694-3101

Our Staff
Pastor Cindy Aasen – Pastor 

Email:  stpaulskenosha.pastor@gmail.com

Olga Kowalski – Secretary

Email: stplc.office@sbcglobal.net

  Maggie Dahlberg – Music Director Email:

Directors choirs both voice and bell.  Plays the organ for the church service.

Jim FulghumMakes St. Paul’s shine.  Setups up rooms and events, and cleans up after events.  A true gem at St. Paul’s.
Our Leadership
  Pat Demos – Council President

Leads the Council and guides the congregation.

Janice Duncan- Council Vice President

Council Vice President

Nancy Granger – SecretarySecretary of Council

Takes notes in each of the council meetings publish the notes.  Publishes notes for the Annual and congregational meetings.

Jim Janda –  TreasurerSt. Paul’s Treasurer

Other council members:   Ruby Glogovsky, Matt Johnson, Merrilee Unrath, Dean Knutson, Gordy Johnson, Janet Hogan

The History of St. Paul’s

Since 1892, St. Paul’s Lutheran Church has been part of the faith community of Kenosha. As the church membership has grown, we have worked to provide facilities for worship services and the Christian education needs of our family.

On June 2nd of 1892, the first Swedish church in Kenosha, St. Paul’s Lutheran Church was established at the home of Mr. and Mrs. August Strangberg located at 129 Third Avenue (now known as 5432 16th Avenue). The church was built by Mr. Gustofson and was dedicated on November 27, 1898. In 1909, the building was literally lifted up to build a basement and new heating was installed. Sunday School rooms were provided through this building project.

In 1918, two lots were purchased on the corner of 26th Avenue and Roosevelt Road for $3,600. On October 28, 1923, the church and parsonage were completed and Pastor Johnson held the first service. There was a dedication of a church renovation in 1953, which included new classrooms, kitchen remodeling, and the addition of a Wicks organ.

Groundbreaking took place for our present church, located at the corner of 39th Avenue and 88th Street, in 1970. On February 13, 1972, we had our church dedication ceremony and in June of 2002, our faith community celebrated 110 years of ministry.

Recognizing the need to update the worship space, the congregation voted to remodel the existing sanctuary and narthex area and this work was completed in 2004.

We have been served by a number of dedicated clergy members over the last 115+ years. Our current pastor is Pastor Cindy Aasen. She has been with us since June 2018.

Devoted to FAITH, HOPE & LOVE