- COVID PROTOCOL CHANGES | Optional masking and distancing, increased capacity, no registration needed | read letter below
- NEW BIBLE STUDIES | Gospel of Luke, and Women of the Bible | read more on Bible Study page
- FELLOWSHIP BREAKFAST RESUMES | Sundays 9:00-9:30 in gym/portico
- "LINK" FOR YOUNG ADULTS | Over-21 group launches | visit Link page
WOMEN OF THE BIBLE | Read more
Wednesdays - June 23, 30, July 7, 14 | 9:30-10-30am
This four-week summer study led by Lois Engelbart will explore the lives of different women who appear in scripture.
GOSPEL OF LUKE | Sundays 9:30am | Read more
This summer Pastors Thomas, Thomson, and Wade lead a verse-by-verse study of the third Gospel that emphasizes the birth, life, death, resurrection, and ascension of Jesus.
Visit our "Link" information page | St. Paul’s has launched "Link," a fellowship group for young people that focuses not only on faith-based discussions but also provides fun, in-person social opportunities for all over the age of 21.
"Link" is not just for St. Paul’s members: if you know of someone who would be interested, please contact Envelope Pastor Wade.
Volleyball, Basketball, Cheer | K-8th grade options | 40 to $75 | Includes camp t-shirt
St. Paul's offers a strong 32-year tradition of quality sports camps for our community, school, and church.
Our camps emphasize Christian sportsmanship, skill-building on the individual player's level, knowledge of the game, contests promoting self-improvement, unselfish play, and teamwork. Each camp has a Christian focus and opens with a devotion and prayer.
Small-setting communion for members not attending on-site church
DATES | First Monday of each month. Two time options: 12:00 noon or 12:30 p.m.
Note that due to the holiday weekend, July's Communion will move to the 12th
If physical challenges or concerns about COVID-19 have kept you from in-person church worship or Communion, you are warmly invited to a special small-setting worship opportunity on the first Monday of each month. Our pastors look forward to meeting you in the west church lobby for orders of worship, with Holy Communion. Masks will be optional for worshipers but the pastors will mask for Communion distribution. Seating will be physically distanced and registration is not necessary.
In his May 18 letter to the congregation, Pastor Thomas details new COVID-19 protocol changes at St. Paul's.
Highlights of the communication include:
- Masks are now optional for church and Bible study
- Capacity will increase with no need to preregister
- Choices of distanced and non-distanced seating will be offered
- Fellowship Breakfast returns on May 30 as an indoor/outdoor hybrid.
Pastor shares, "In many ways, coming out of this pandemic is more complex than going into it. ... We have an incredible opportunity to exercise compassion, respect, and grace toward one another as brothers and sisters in Christ going forward."