The oldest organization of St. Paul is the Ladies Aid. It was organized March 13, 1892. Its purpose is to aid St. Paul in many projects, assist charities of the church at large, and contribute to the needs of the Synod. Ladies Aid purchased the first organ in the first church in 1892. They furnished the altar and pulpit for the 1908 church. And they have assisted in redecorating the church at various times.
Through the years, custom quilting has been the primary money maker for the group. The small group of ladies in the organization now still do quilting. Anyone wishing to join the group should stop by the church basement any Wednesday between 10am and 4pm.