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: : Faith Formation

Faith Formation is a lifelong process of becoming more fully who we are as children of God. No matter how young or how old we are, each one of us is to continue to be shaped more fully into who and what God intends us to be.

At the heart of our Christian faith is the process of being formed. At St. Paul's, Faith Formation has been set by the Rector and Vestry as a priority for our parish over the next five years. Our hope is to provide life long learning for all ages, engaging not only the mind but the spirit as well. Faith Formation is not limited to Sunday morning in a classroom because all aspects of our lives are opportunities for growth.

: : Faith is about the journey not the destination

St. Paul's offers throughout the year several classes geared towards educating both newcomers and chuch alumni/ae about what it means to be Christian and what makes us uniquely Episcopalian. Episcopal 101 & 102 are two courses offered twice a year as an introduction to the Episcopal Church.

Our Director of Christian Education, dedicated teachers and Rector all strive to make life long learning fun and interesting for all. We encourage you to explore the different offerings for all ages on our formation pages.


: : For parents of young children

10 Things you can do while your child is in Sunday School

  1. Attend Adult Education
  2.  Eat breakfast at the Yum Yum Tree
  3.  Join the group in the Parish Hall to discuss Outreach
  4. Meditate in the Sanctuary
  5. Go to the store for eggs, milk, sugar, bread, cheese, etc
  6. Walk around Mill Pond
  7. Read the Sunday paper
  8. Grab a bagel or cup of coffee downtown
  9. Join other parents to discuss parenting topics
  10. Pull weeds, rake leaves, shovel snow




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