St. Paul's has several different groups and ministries for all ages from children to adults. Everyone is invited to participate in any of these activities.
This choir is composed of adult church members. They meet to practice after worship on Sundays and they sing during worship once a month.
Sweet Sounds is a musical group who lead a contemporary worship usually on the fourth Sunday of each month. This group consists of singers, guitar players and piano.
During the Advent season, St. Paul's forms a Christmas Choir. There are fewer practices and performances than the Senior Choir. The Christmas Choir begins practice on Wednesday evening, November 8th. They perform in the St. Paul Choir Festival which is held during worship on the second Sunday in December.
Sunday School at St. Paul's is held on Sunday mornings from 11:00 until noon. There are classes for children from 4-years-old through 6th grade. Sunday School runs from September through May.
Vacation Bible School is a summer educational opportunity for children in kindergarten through 6th grade. We spend time creating religious crafts, learning Bible stories, playing games and singing.
Sonshine Friends is for children in grades Kindergarten through 6. This after school program focuses on different aspects of our faith. The '22-'23 theme is : Kids Travel Guide to the Parables of Jesus. They meet after school on Wednesdays from 3-4:30pm. For more information on this, contact Holly Klemisch, Faith Formation Director. Kindergarten -2nd Graders (Group A) starts September 7, 2022 and 3-6th Grade (Group B) starts September 14th, 2022. The two groups rotate every other week and runs from September through the beginning of May.
Two circle groups meet on the first Wednesday of each month for Bible study and fellowship.
Women of St. Paul's
The Women of St. Paul's meet together four times each year for women's programs and their business meeting. All women of the church are invited to participate.
On the third Tuesday and Wednesday of each month, from September through May, a quilting group meets at the church. The quilters make quilts to be sent to Lutheran World Relief, the Linus Project, and a variety of other charities. They also make baptismal quilts for each child baptized at St. Paul's. In addition, quilts are made for the Camp of the Cross Quilt Auction and the Spring Supper raffle. Everyone is invited to join the quilting group.