“Only connect…” St. Paul’s offers many ways to connect with others. There’s our weekly email blast, our monthly newsletter, The Messenger, and plenty of informal ways to talk and work together.

On Sundays: 

  • After the non-traditional Eucharist at 9:00, the Family Ministry team presents learning activities for all ages. It’s an intergenerational alternative to traditional Sunday school. 
  • Fellowship time after the 10:30 service offers refreshments, conviviality, and “Sermon talks” (informal discussions with the preacher of the day). 
  • Learning and support groups also meet on some Sundays, such as the Dementia Support Group and the Healing Prayer Team.

Throughout the week:

  • Bible study groups, Women’s Spirituality discussion group, Men’s Group meet regularly; adult Christian formation discussions or classes are seasonally scheduled on weekdays and Saturdays. 
  • We care for each other through a variety of volunteer ministries: Lay Pastoral Visitors, Caring and Sharing bereavement group, Intercessory Prayer, Eucharistic Visitors.
  • The Holy Stitchers gather weekly to create items for use in worship and for sale at the annual Christmas Fair. They also create warm, comforting prayer shawls for shut-ins.
  • The Reception Committee hosts gatherings for members and guests on special occasions, such as after funerals or memorial services.

For meeting schedules and contact information for the organizers of these activities, please check our Calendar. For opportunities to serve outside the church, please see Our Community.