We come from many religious traditions and we deeply value that everyone’s in a different place on their faith journey.
We offer opportunities to explore and grow and deepen our spirituality no matter where you are on your journey - whatever age or life-stage.
St. Paul's strives to be intentionally inter-generational, with events and programs that involve people from infants to elders - our spiritual growth is enhanced by the relationships that are built among people of all ages!
At St. Paul’s, we believe that Christian Formation should be made available to everyone who calls St. Paul’s their church home, with materials and activities that are appropriate to various ages and levels of knowledge.
All are welcome to register their children to participate in our programs.
For the 2021-21 school year, we will offer a variety of programs that are both online as well as in-person outdoor events. We hope that you can explore to find formation opportunities for you and your family that feel comfortable to you as we navigate being church with one another during this Covid-era.Read More »
On Wednesdays at noon we have an online Bible Study that focuses on the next Sunday’s lectionary readings. Every Sunday the bible readings are different, sometimes related to each other, sometimes not. This group combines historical context with a more personal reading of the Bible.
The Lectionary Readings for the Upcoming Sunday can be found at: The Lectionary Page (click for link)!
- Thursday A.M. Coffee Chat
- Women's Spirituality Group
- Women's Retreat,
- Men's Group
- Moms' Group
Sometimes it's good to start the day with a little connection and prayer. On Thursday mornings, our Rector, Becky Gettel, hosts a one hour check-in. She briefly updates us on church matters, answers any questions we may have, and then asks each of us how we're doing. Folks are welcome to share whatever they'd like or they may pass and just listen. As 9:30 approaches, we hold al…Read More »