St. Paul Ev. Lutheran Church has served the Jordan community since 1867 when a group of Lutherans who had settled in the area formed a congregation under the pastoral leadership of Pastor Philipp Schmidt.
Over the years the Lord has blessed the congregation and we are still serving the people of Jordan with God's Word and the Sacraments. God's Word is our only source of doctrine and practice. We also subscribe to the Book of Concord of 1580 which contains the 3 ecumenical creeds, the unaltered Augsburg Confession of 1530, the Apology of the Augsburg Confession, Luther's Large and Small Catechisms, The Tretise on the Power and Primacy of the Pope, and the Formula of Concord. These confessions are a correct exposition of the doctrines of Sripture.
We belong to the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod. To learn more about what we believe and teach click here.
Pastor Jeremy Glowicki was raised in Michigan. He pursued his pre-seminary education at Northwestern College in Watertown, Wisconsin. He graduated in 1995 with a Bachelor of Arts degree with an emphasis on Biblical languages. He completed his studies at Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary in Mequon Wisconsin, graduating in 1999 with a Masters of Divinity degree. During his time at the Seminary he married Debbie Ciriacks and the two quickly moved to Marinette Wisconsin where Pastor Glowicki did his intern year at Trinity Lutheran Church. Pastor Glowicki was assigned to an exploratory restart mission congregation in Portland Maine. He served the saints there for three years until accepting a call to St. John Ev. Lutheran Church in St. Paul MN. He served the saints there for 8 years before coming to Jordan in 2012.
The Lord has blessed him and his wife with four children: Taylor, Josiah, Morgan, and Alycin.