Our formation as Christians does not end with Sunday School and Confirmation. Formation begins at infancy and continues throughout our life. Think of adult formation as continuing education, but even more than Christian education. We are continuing to be formed in our faith and spirituality, not just learning more, but understanding more about the person God has created us to be and our relationship with God who loves and forgives us. We mature in our faith and try to live into the promises we make in our Baptismal Covenant.
EfM was begun by Rev. Charles Winters in 1975 as a way for baptized Christians to practice community in and through small group study, prayer, reflection and worship. You could think of it as “seminary for the rest of us.” EfM is a 4 year program, meeting once a week (with summers off), with each gathering lasting between 2-3 hours. Topics range from Scripture (Years 1 and 2)…Read More »
Adult Forum takes place on most Sunday mornings during the program year from 9:45 to 10:30 AM. Clergy, and parishioners of St. Paul's, share in presenting the Sunday morning offerings, covering a range of topics relating to scripture, theology, social justice, outreach and spirituality. Some topics are covered over several Sundays, others are one-time programs. The sessions are i…Read More »
This lay-led group meets one evening each month during the program year.
Join us each Wednesday at noon St. Paul's Rector-led Bible study. We will continue to meet each week for one hour. You are invited to come (bring a lunch) as we share God's word together. Let Noah know if you have any questions, or would like to join in...or just show up. Everyone is welcome!
St. Paul’s Library, located adjacent to the Parish Hall, has a wide variety of books and periodicals on spirituality, faith, theology, and other other topics. It also has a large collection of children’s books. The Library is open on Sunday mornings and throughout the week. Everyone is encouraged to stop in, browse, and check out a book.
Often, during Advent and Lent we offer a Quiet Day at St. Paul’s. Quiet Days are a wonderful opportunity to gather for several hours to worship, listen to meditations, share a meal, and enjoy a quiet time away from our usual hectic schedules.
Follow this link to Register for the 2019 Quiet Day, "What Wondrous Love is This?" With the Rev. Nano Chalfant-Walker, Saturday, March 16.