St. Paul is served by two pastors. Harland Goetzinger
owned his own publishing and marketing firm for seven years, and held management positions with various firms before becoming a pastor. He graduated from the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod's Seminary Certification Program, which included studying at Northwestern College and Martin Luther College. Upon graduation, he continued his training at Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary in Mequon, Wisconsin. During his third year of training, he served as a Vicar at King of Kings Lutheran Church in Clifton Park, New York. He serves now as pastor at St. Paul, as well as president of WELS-Canada. He is married to his wife Karen, a textile and mixed media artist. They have two children, Aaron and Meghan.
studied philosophy at Marquette University and taught philosophy classes in adjunct positions at Bethany Lutheran College and Wisconsin Lutheran College before graduating from the Seminary Certification Program and Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary. He served as a Vicar at Beautiful Savior Lutheran Church in College Station, TX. He now serves as pastor at St. Paul, and gives talks regularly at universities and churches throughout Canada and the United States on philosophy of religion. He is married to Christine, a playwright. They have a son, Soren and a daughter, Simone.