Education at St. Paul
At St. Paul we believe that continuous learning and faith formation are central parts of Christian life for people of all ages. These pages present a sampling of the activities by which we learn and grow.
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Godly Play (preschool through 3rd Grade)
St. Paul has been using Godly Play as its elementary curriculum for several years. We find that it is an excellent way to share our faith with children and give them language to talk about God and church. Many of our teachers have attended specific training sessions in the Godly Play method. For those of you who may be new to it, Godly Play was developed by Jerome Berryman, an Episcopal priest and a trained Montessori teacher. Learn more...
Spark! (Grades 4-5)
Spark! is a new program this year for our 4th-5th grades. This Bible centered program gets kids thinking critically about what they are reading and learning.
re:form (Grades 6-8)
re:form brings the excitement of our every day lives and allows students to make connections to the Bible and church history.
Service Sundays (Grades 9-12)
This year we are going to start something new! Sunday mornings will be all about how we are able to serve in the world around us.
Confirmation Class Sunday nights, twice a monthConfirmation at St. Paul is for students in grades 8-9 and follows a two-year program with the “Here We Stand” curriculum. Classes are taught by the Pastor, Vicar and lay members of the congregation on Sunday evenings, twice a month. Generally, students at St. Paul are confirmed in the Spring of 9th grade. Learn more...
The Adult Education and Faith Formation committee organizes a variety of adult-oriented growth & learning opportunities including a weekly Adult Forum. Forums are held during Sunday morning education hour and are led by the pastor, vicar or guest leaders and cover a wide range of topics. Learn more...