The Education Ministry of St. Paul’s Church focuses on all aspects of Christian education from Bible studies, discussion groups for all ages, and unique opportunities for young adults to talk about faith issues.
Sunday School is offered to children ages Pre-k through High Scoool.There is a two year Confirmation class (7th & 8th grades) that meets on Tuesday afternoons in addition to Sunday mornings. Bible Study is held every Wednesday evening (except during Lent and in summer) at 7:00 p.m. in Room 207 of the educational building. For information on Sunday school, contact Liz Rihani.
This year we are blessed to have sixteen students in our Confirmation class. The Confirmands are a combination of first-year students in the 7th grade, and second-year students in the 8th grade.
Confirmation students will spend this year learning about The Bible, starting with the Old Testament and continuing through the New Testament and the Life of Jesus.
One of the most important things we can do as a congregation is support these students as they make this journey toward the Affirmation of their Baptism. We hope to pair each one of our Confirmation students with a Confirmation Sponsor from the congregation.
What does a Confirmation Sponsor do? It's very simple!
Confirmation Sponsors will periodically reach out to their Confirmand by phone, text, email, or snail mail. Extensive knowledge of the Bible or the Confirmation process is not required...just a desire to help and get to know your Confirmand, and a commitment to keeping him or her in your prayers! If interested, please contact Lisa Wackler.
Join us as we journey toward the Affirmation of Baptism. Confirmation is a time for thinking about our Baptism, understand what the Bible says about our faith, what we believe as Lutherans and why, and --most important of all--to ask questions about our faith!
Confirmation class meets September--May, Sundays 9;45 am--10;45 am, and Tuesdays 4:45 pm--6:00 pm.
meets every Sunday, 9:45 am--10:45 am.
Join a group of curious, inquiring adult learners around the circle as they study how the Bible became a book, looking at the history of the making of the canon and related issues to the way God's story emerged in story, in text and in print. Between services in the lower level auditorium. Questions? Contact Ted Wackler.
We hope you'll join us! The class meets in the lower Fellowship Hall during Sunday School, 10:00-10:45 am.