St. Paul’s offers a wide range of ministry opportunities for adults, youth, and children. You can view current activities and ministries through the menu items on the left or the links below. For more resources related to ministry, visit our resources page.
A collection of books, articles, movies, and more on topics related to racial equity.
To offer your Time and Talent, fill in and submit the form BELOW. For a PDF version of the Time and Talent trifold, click our resources page.
Outreach provides many opportunities for members to reach out to our local and international neighbors in different ways: by “giving” (donating items, contributing to collection ‘drives’ which reach out to different members of the community) and by “doing” (hands-on activities working directly with people on-site).
Adult Formation (Adult Education and Spiritual Development) offers opportunities to learn and further our Christian faith.
Adult Ministries offer a wide range of opportunities for adults to participate in church life, including fellowship, recreation, and participating in many ways to help the church to run smoothly and to carry out our mission.
Children’s Ministries provide many opportunities for children to learn, grow and develop spiritually, and form healthy relationships with other kids and adults at St. Paul’s. Although it is not necessary to be a member of St. Paul’s, our Preschool is often a starting place for eventual membership for young families. Children’s Ministries includes Kids’ Club (Nursery), Sunday School, Children’s Chapel, Pre-EYC, and Vacation Bible School.
Youth Ministries includes Episcopal Youth Community (EYC). Youth meet on Sunday evenings, but become involved in many projects including Appalachia Service Project where youth travel to a region of Appalachia to help make homes of disadvantaged people “warmer, safer, and drier.”
The Ministry Leader Resource Committee serves people in the parish who are in a leadership position, to help make their ministries successful.