Ministries - Education

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Christian Education is a vital and constantly growing ministry at St. Paul’s UCC. We are serious about our calling to study and explore the word of God.

How you can help our education ministry

 

Be a teacher, assistant or substitute to teach young learners about the Bible. These roles are open to any church member with an interest in Christian education. This dynamic team meets the third Sunday of the month at 11:30 a.m. This ministry includes Sunday school, Bible study and Vacation Bible School.



Sunday School - 9 to 10 a.m.

For children:

 

All children are welcome; parents don’t need to be members of St. Paul’s. Students from ages 3 through senior high learn about the Bible in the education wing. Students are grouped by age, and their lessons are age appropriate. Grade 7 includes lessons geared toward first-year confirmation.


The Word of God comes alive for our active learners thanks to the dedication and creativity of our teachers. Two adults work with each age group and are required to have up-to-date clearances and Mandated Reporter training.

If you’re considering teaching a Sunday school class, give it a try! You may use the lesson materials as provided or adapt them to your teaching style. You’ll find the experience enriching.

For adults:


Temporarily on hiatus, this Sunday school class examines a variety of contemporary issues, as well as other topics suggested by the class members. When it returns, all adults are welcome regardless of their church membership status.

Bible Study - Wednesdays 9-10 a.m.

 

Join us for this new ministry led by Vicky Garl. The group meets at 9 a.m. in the lounge just inside the Green Street entrance.

Vacation Bible School - July 2023

 

VBS ended on July 28. Watch this page for info about next year's program, which promises to be lots of fun!

Have a church education-related question? Reach the Chair of Educational Ministries through the church office.

COVID-19 Safety

 

All classes and activities follow COVID-19 safety protocols including the wearing of masks, social distancing, and sanitizing as required by St. Paul’s policy.

Feel Free To Join Us Anytime!