371 Wurtemburg Road - Rhinebeck, New York 12572  

Phone: (845) 876-4595



Saturday evening worship: 5:00 PM

Sunday morning service: 10:00 AM

Watch Pastor Mark's sermons on YouTube, found under 

"Rev. Dr. Mark D. Isaacs"

To reach the Pastor, please call the Parsonage at (845) 876-4595

Do you get the weekly emails from St. Paul’s with all the latest news and upcoming events? If not, we might not have your correct address.  Please send an email to Nancy Paul at stpaulswurtemburg@gmail.com so we can get you on the list. We also use this email list to get the word about any last minute changes and cancellations.



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To know God, to develop a living relationship with the Father, Son and Holy Spirit, through preaching and teaching "The Holy Bible" through the administration of Sacraments in accordance with Lutheran tradition, in the Book of Concord, and through fellowship in union with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. We are a church rooted in history and community, and strive to be servants of Christ locally and throughout the world.
 -- The Wurtemburg Mission Statement 2014® --


The sanctuary of the Church is handicap-accessible

Member: Evangelical Lutheran Conference and Ministerium

   Pastor Mark's E-mail: ziegenfussu@juno.com

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