We believe that all people seek meaning for their lives. This quest for meaning usually raises three questions for the one on the journey: Who am I? Why am I here? How then shall I live? These core questions return at different age stages of life and at times of crisis, loss and change. We seek to meet you at whatever stage or time in your life you find us.

The role of Christian Education is not so much to provide answers to the questions raised by life, but to offer a supportive and informed setting for the questions to be lived and explored. The container for the journey is the Christian faith as received by the Episcopal (Anglican) tradition. The Bible and your own gift of reason are highly valued as sources of wisdom. The overall goal of our program is to help you become who you were created to be, and to be a faithful servant in a world aching for hope, wholeness and peace.

Adult Christian Formation,
Sundays, 9:30 a.m., Parish Hall (September through the end of May)

Adult formation provides a number of opportunities for you to further your spiritual growth. To Get Involved, Contact: Fr. Caleb Lee

Early-Bird Book Study
Tuesdays, 7:30 a.m. via Zoom
This group is for anyone who is yearning to be in a circle of trust in order to explore their faith together. Group members take turns choosing a book to read and discuss at the meetings.
To Get Involved, Contact: Julie Martin

Education for Ministry (EFM)
Education for Ministry (EFM) is a unique, four-year distance learning certificate program in theological education based upon small-group study and practice. To Get Involved, Contact: Spencer Weig  or Anne O’Dell

Friday Men’s Group
This interfaith group of men meets for conversation, Bible study, reflection and prayer. If you are looking for a time for fellowship  centered around faith you are invited to join the group each Friday morning from 8-9 a.m. in Meeting Room A at St. Paul’s.
To Get Involved, Contact: Royster Hedgepeth