• Due to the current pandemic, we are not currently gathering in person. However, we have some lovely ways to connect and grow in this season of physical distancing.
    • 9:30am Family Worship
      • This engaging time of prayer, song, story, and sharing is held weekly on the Zoom platform. This 40-minute gathering begins at 9:30 on Sunday mornings and is a love-filled way to come together as the Body of Christ. Please reach out to Rev. Katie Holicky if you have questions.
    • Middle and High School Youth Group
      • 9 am Prayer and Check-In
        • We currently are gathering virtually via Zoom for a brief time of checking in and prayer before we begin worship.
      • 1-2 pm Youth Group
        • Typically meeting outdoors in the St. Paul’s Memorial Garden, our Youth Group gatherings weekly for prayers, conversation, and a lot of fun through games.
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Here are some helpful resources to keep you and your family faithfully connecting during this season at home.

  • Family Sunday School brought to you by SparkHouse! Enjoy some faith based family time. This resource includes a video with songs and stories, an info/ activity sheet and coloring page!
  • Building Faith Brick by Brick brings Legos and Bible stories together for this playful way to explore scripture. Parents, all questions/ prompts are included in each lesson!
  • Enjoy some Bible Stories brought us by Godly Play. Well suited for the youngest among us.
  • From paper print outs to how to make-your-own 3D labyrinths, use these ideas for finger labyrinths for a grounding moment.

Parents and teens, are you looking for a way to deepen your daily prayer practice?

  • Pray As You Go. Here is a helpful website, also available as an app for your smartphone or tablet, that offers you a daily practice of readings, prayers and even musically Psalms!

Here are some helpful articles for talking with your children about COVID-19.

  • *Building Faith has a helpful article about how to talk about COVID-19 with your children.
  • The CDC has also provided some helpful information for supporting children during this time.