IN-PERSON, FAITH-BASED DISCUSSIONS
A SPACE FOR CONNECTION
WITH OTHER CHRISTIANS
“Link” exists to bridge the gap between the established programs St. Paul’s has for youth and for adults.
Providing the “link“ needed to grow in faith and to form connections in our church community — focusing on faith-based discussions (Bible study), in-person social events, and service opportunities.
Plans for 2022: We'll meet every three to four weeks, alternating between Bible study/dinner and other activities.
Wednesday, October 18 | 6:00 p.m. Rec Hall STL
We are relaunching our LINK young adult ministry and anyone 21+ is invited to our kickoff event at the Rec Hall STL (800 S. Duchesne Dr., St. Charles) for food, games, and fellowship! LINK will be providing food and your cover charge is paid! You are only responsible for your own drinks. We have reserved the Game Lounge so when you arrive, just mention you are with St. Paul's.
Fellowship and Bible Study
Pool Party and Bible Study
April Barbecue and Bible study at the Wades'
November Trivia Night
October Link Panel: "What I Wish I Knew in Middle School"
September Bowling at Tropicana Lanes
September Bible study at Ungers'
August Dinner and Bible study
Dinner and Bible study at the Thomsons'
Barbecue and Bible study at the Wades'
Dogwood Social House in Ellisville
For event details, address, and to RSVP contact Pastor Wade Envelope
or visit our "Link" Facebook Facebook private group page
BIBLE STUDY HOSTS
Hosts would be able to provide the meal of their choosing, receiving a stipend from the church for the cost of food. Please speak with Pastor Wade if you are interested in hosting. Hosts would not be obligated to provide any beverages at the Bible studies they host; all events will be BYOB unless a host would elect to provide something in addition to food.
BIBLE STUDY LEADERS
Bible study leaders would meet with Pastor Wade and map out a discussion-based study on the subject of their choosing. They would then lead that study's discussion and lead a prayer before or after the study. St. Paul's can provide whatever resources, printing, or handouts to the leader may need for a study. Bible study leaders will also be given some extra Bibles if anyone needs one during the study. Primarily those attending would be asked to bring their own Bibles if possible; should anyone need a Bible, St. Paul’s would be happy to provide one.