To find specific dates for the following groups and gatherings, visit our calendar here.
People from St. Paul’s father regularly for food, fellowship, and prayer in people’s homes throughout the city. To be connected with an upcoming neighborhood gathering near you, contact the parish office.
Our Sacred Ground discussion group to meets on Tuesday afternoons at St. Paul’s. This group will meet ten times, typically twice a month, to dialogue about race and faith. The curriculum provides film and reading samples to help prepare us for discussions on assigned topics for each meeting. Please reach out to Charissa Bradstreet if you are interested in joining this group. We’d love to include you!
St. Paul’s gathering for young adults or for those who like hanging out with young adults. It is a place for telling stories, eating food, growing in community, and unpacking what it means to be embodied theologians. Nacho Theology meets on the fourth Thursday of every month at 7:15pm at TS McHugh’s. Contact Kierstin Brown for more information.
Food and Faith
Interested in the Food and Faith Movement? This group meets monthly on the second Thursday of each month at 6:15pm to develop food related projects for St. Paul’s that tie into spirituality and justice and to discuss the theology behind the movement.
On the first Sunday of each month the 5PM community is invited to gather after the service for refreshment and conversation at TS McHugh’s on Mercer Street. Sometimes we converse around a theme, sometimes we simply gather because it is good to be together. We wander over after we’ve had some post-worship fellowship and clean-up time, and appetizers are on St. Paul’s. All are welcome.
Have you been pondering a major question in your life? Perhaps a career change, a move, a relationship, or desire to gain clarity on life direction? If so, and you would like to join a group of others devoting time and space to listen to what God might be saying, you are invited to consider our upcoming Mutual Discernment Group.
If you are interested, or for more information, contact Father Jay Rozendaal.