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Think back to your memories of college. Wouldn't a card or care package from your home church have brightened your day? We want our college students to feel supported and encouraged by their St. Paul’s faith family during their college years.
Our College Connection team sends personal cards and care packages to our students several times a year, and —especially important— offers a prayer ministry to them as well. This outreach is focused on keeping our college-age students connected to their home church during these important years, as well as keeping them up-to-date on St. Paul's happenings.
COLLEGE PARENTS: We don't want your college student to miss out! Please help us keep our College Connection mailing lists up-to-date by passing along your student's mailing address, email address and cell number. Please call the church office or click here to provide current contact information.
Dinner groups are forming now!
"Dinner for Eight" groups at St. Paul’s are a great way to meet new friends or stay connected with longtime friends. Our dinner groups, based on common interests or seasons of life, gather together about once a month to enjoy good food and fellowship with each other.
Each individual or family take a turn to be the “host” home within the group selects a restaurant to meet for dinner. Dinner can be as fancy or casual as your group of eight prefers.
Contact coordinator Carrie Patterson (St. Paul’s member) or the church office to register.
Location: St. Paul's Gym
Meets: First Monday of each month at 7:00pm
Young adults of the congregation and friends are invited to head over to St. Paul's gym for a casual evening of volleyball and fellowship.
Mark your calendar for the first Monday of each month.
JOY55+ is a group whose purpose is to promote positive attitudes toward aging, encourage positive aspects of moving into a new time of life, and appreciate the most of what we have if we are already older.
While there is no specific age criteria, the hope is to target those who may be thinking about retirement (though still possibly several years ahead of that decision) and also anyone already retired.
Our Men's Ministry hosts a popular breakfast in February every year at Greenbriar Country Club, featuring a keynote speaker and devotional presenter.
Start your week in God's Word with our Men's Bible Study that meets on Mondays at 6:00am.
Men's open basketball meets every Sunday evening in our school gym at 7:00pm (summer Sundays are intermittent).
Join our golf league (for both men and women) that meets beginning in April, through September.
Get involved in our recreational softball.
Meets: Second Tuesday of the month from September through May.
St. Paul's Afternoon Guild is a group of active women of the congregation who enjoy meeting for Biblical devotions, service projects, learning opportunities and Christian fellowship together.
The Afternoon Guild is part of the Lutheran church's nationwide Lutheran Women's Missionary League (LWML). The LWML is the leading group for Lutheran women, where each woman is welcomed and encouraged to use her unique God-given gifts as she supports global missions and serves the Lord with gladness.
Location: LL4 of our Ministries Building
Dates: Meets monthly. Upcoming 2019 sessions: July 25, Aug. 15, Sept.19, Oct.17, Nov. 21, Dec. 5.
Registration: Click here to register
Experience the joy of creating and sharing handcrafted cards. During each session, participants will make three simply beautiful cards ready to send to family and friends. These classes are designed for individuals high school and older.
Location: Fellowship Hall
Meets: First Wednesdays of the month at 12:00 noon (no meeting in July)
St. Paul's has an active senior group who enjoys monthly fellowship time and activities. Gatherings begin with a carry-in lunch, followed by a program, either educational or entertaining.
St. Paul's Life Advocacy Group (LIFE) is a ministry group that confirms the ideals and beliefs on all LIFE issues held by national Lutherans For Life. Their mission is the same, to equip Lutherans to be Gospel-motivated voices for LIFE. If interested in attending our meetings, please contact the church office.
BROTHERS AND SISTERS IN CHRIST SHARING (BASICS) groups provide an opportunity to encourage one another in the faith. These groups help to build a sense of community, a sense of family, a sense of belonging. These groups may meet in homes, at church, in restaurants. They may meet around a faith-based study, pursue and seek God-honoring mission in service to our congregation and/or community, or gather around a common interest/hobby. Contact our family ministry team to learn more about BASICS opportunities.
We're always updating our Get Connected page with interesting opportunities to get involved in Christian fellowship and service.
CAN WE HELP YOU GET CONNECTED? Contact our church office at 314.822.0447.