Board of American Missions of the Lutheran Church in America sent the Reverend Daniel Bloomquist to Carson City to establish a new congregation.First Service held November 15, 1965 at the former Leisure Hour Hall and continued to meet there until the building was completed in 1969.Congregation officially organized on May 21, 1967.Pastor Bloomquist was installed on September 17, 1967 and served congregation through 1969.The Rev. Gerald St. John served as the Pastor from 1970 to 1977.Pastor Kenn Bergmann served congregation from 1977 through 1984.In 1982 Pastor Bergmann invited The Lutheran Family of the Association of Evangelical Lutheran Churches (AELC) to meet at the 8 am service with Pastor Douglas Thunder officiating.When Pastor Bergmann accepted a call in 1984, Pastor Thunder served as interim pastor 1984 to 1985.Pastors Ruth Hanusa and Stan Pesis were installed on June 26, 1985 .St. Paul's Lutheran Church and The Lutheran Family merged in 1985 and became St. Paul's Lutheran Family. When the new denomination, Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA), was formed; the merged congregation was included as a member.Pastor Ruth Hanusa accepted a call to another ministry in 1991.Pastor Stan Pesis continued serving St. Paul's Lutheran Family until his retirement on June 30, 2014.From October 5, 2014 to January 31, 2016 the Rev. James Goldsmith served as the interim pastor of St. Paul's. From March 9, 2016 to January 31, 2017 the Rev. Mary Lou Petitjean served as interim Pastor for St. Paul's.Starting February 1, 2017 the Rev. Chad R. Adamik became St. Paul's Pastor.
The pictures below are the pastors described in this brief history.