Our congregational mission statement begins, “We are called by God to be a community of faith.” Our community comes together in many ways through worship, service and also in fellowship. There are many opportunities here at St. Paul to make connections, build friendships, and enjoy longstanding relationships. Some are spontaneous, others more regularly scheduled.
A few of our more social groups, activities and opportunities are described here:
Members of the St. Paul Youth group (SPY) organize social and service events for youth in grades 6-12.
The St. Paul Young Adults’ Group (emphasis on “Adults”) is a group that likes to meet for lunch, go on trips and do other activities.
St. Paul Seniors meet most months for lunch at the church.
The Women’s Book Group gathers monthly on Saturday morning for fellowship and discussion.