St. Paul has launched a NEW Wednesday Night format with full programming for all ages!
The Table | Wednesdays 6p-7:15p (Adults)
You are welcome at The Table. All are invited to join us around the table on Wednesday evenings. Each week we will have a discussion based class. We are starting out discussing the Book Unafraid We may have a few worship songs as we sit together around the table. We want you to join us!
WNL| Wednesdays 6p-7:15p (6th-12th)
Cost: FREE|Bring your friends
Wednesday Night Live is new this fall! We will gather together for games and then a Devo/Bible Study. 6th -12th grade are welcome to join us weekly from 6p-7:15p! WNL will be running congruently with The Table.
Spy Kids| Wednesdays 6p-7:15p (0 years-5th grade)
On Wednesday nights all children are welcome to join us on the second floor for a fun evening learning about the Bible and Jesus. Age 0yrs-3yrs will be with our trained nursery staff with a snack, Bible story, and fun. The 4 year-olds-5th grade will join together in lessons, snack and games. We want parents to be able to attend the table and not have to worry about their children and this is a great place for them!
Chancel Choir Rehearsal | 7:30p-8:30p
The members of the Chancel Choir are the Lead Worshippers for the 10:30 a.m. service every Sunday. This group, diverse in background and age, rehearses August to June on Wednesday evenings in the Choir Room (114) at 7:45 p.m. Although singing qualifications are certainly not required, most members of the choir have previous experience in a music (vocal or instrumental) ensemble. The primary requirements for membership are a love for Jesus Christ, a servant’s heart, and a desire to use music as a tool for Worship.
Holy Communion with Prayer for Healing Service
Each Wednesday at 5:30 pm in the Griswold Chapel, St. Paul celebrates ecumenical Holy Communion with Prayer for Healing hosted by Rev. Caro Russell. Everyone is invited!
Scripture lessons in the celebration are based on the Revised Common Lectionary, a calendar for the church year. In this calendar, the church celebrates the central mystery of our faith: the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. This calendar follows the six seasons of the church year: Advent, Christmas, Epiphany, Lent, Easter, and Pentecost. We’re now in the season of Pentecost.
Weekly Holy Communion with Prayer for Healing is a great joy. All are invited to come and worship.