While we cannot currently gather in the varied ways we have known as community, we are currently offering many ways to connect to St. Paul’s Family Ministries. Please reach out to our assistant rector for children and youth, The Rev. Katie Holicky, should you have any questions regarding our current offerings.

Sundays

  • 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
    • *2nd and 4th Sundays 1-2 pm Youth Group
      • Meeting outdoors in the St. Paul’s Memorial Garden, our Youth Group gathering bi-weekly for prayers, conversation, and a lot of fun through games.
  • 2:30-3:30 Family Group
    • This weekly outdoor intergenerational time of prayer, learning, and play is a beloved part of our Sundays. Please reach out to Rev. Katie Holicky if you have questions.

Take Home Activities

Monthly Bags: Includes various unplugged prayers and activities.

Justice Book Bags: Check out a tote bag with inclusive and justice oriented children’s books.

Additional Online Resources/ Offerings

Family Postcard: Emailed weekly with up to date information and resources for families.

Katie’s Corner- Videos posted periodically to St. Paul’s Brunswick Facebook page.

Advent 4: Joy

Advent 3: Love

Advent 2: Peace

Advent 1: Hope

Gratitude

Many Hands, A Penobscot Indian Story

Resources:

Here are some helpful resources to keep you and your family faithfully connecting.

  • Here is a list of some exciting resources to add to your at home collection!
    • Common Prayer for Children and Families. Whimsical, simple illustrations and prayers drawn from Episcopal prayer resources Common Prayer for Children and Families is a collection of prayers and liturgies written for kids and the adults or communities who pray with them.

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

  • Order of Saint Helena offers a free Daily Office “App” for smartphones and tablets. Check out these inclusive language daily office prayers. Visit their website by clicking the link above to learn more about this community of women in the Episcopal Church.
  • 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!

Resources for Racial Justice