Our hope at St. Paul’s is that we can continually grow and engage in conversation and study around God’s Word and our practice of faith. We have a variety of Adult Education opportunities, some led by Pastors, some lead by members, with rotating topics and book studies.
Sunday Morning Studies: These groups meet between Sunday worship from 9:15-10:15am. Locations are listed with the groups.
Pastor’s Study: One of the pastors leads class on various topics throughout the year, often based on the church season. This year we are doing “Confirmation for Adults,” taking a fresh look at the Small Catechism and reacquainting ourselves with what it means to be Lutheran Christians. This class usually meets in the classroom below the Sanctuary. Anyone is welcome to drop in.
The Apostles Creed, study of the book by Alister McGrath: led by congregation member Donna Black, located in Classroom 204 on the upstairs floor of the education wing.
Twelve Voices for Truth, Confronting a Failing World with Hope: led by congregation member Martha Vernon, located in Classroom 205 on the upstairs floor of the education wing.
Women’s Circles: St. Paul’s has women’s groups of varying age-ranges and activities that meet on a variety of days/times. Some meet weekly, some meet more on a monthly or quarterly basis. Call the church office to inquire which one might be a fit for you.