St. Paul's offers many opportunities for informal social time together.
- Coffee Hour. After the 10:15 am Sunday service, parishioners gather to socialize in Selleck Hall. Volunteers sign up in advance to provide refreshments. We try to remember to wear our pre-printed name tags.
- Parish Meals. During the year, there are numerous opportunities for members to gather and share a mea…
Public Theology is a collaborative effort between St. Paul’s and Diamond Hill United Methodist Churches, and meets every second Monday of the month at the Little Pub in Cos Cob. Well-known theologians and speakers will cover numerous topics month-by-month. The theme this year is “The Big Questions of Our Faith”.
This month’s topic is...
St. Paul's provides pastoral care to all who seek help formally and informally, one-on-one or in groups. Pastoral care may be provided by a member of the clergy or trained lay people. Visits can be made to those who are house-bound or in hospital or assistance to individuals in times of family illness or distress.
- Lay Eucharistic Ministers. Four parishioners are licensed to take …
St. Paul's celebrates the multiplicity of gifts that young people bring to our church! We believe that all children have an innate spiritual sensitivity and we honor that in all of our life together. We seek to nurture and encourage the exploration of and engagement with God, Jesus and a life-long journey of faith through creative art, music and play. Our Children's Chapel is the focal point of Biblical Storytelling and creative response. We welcome and invite all God's children, beginning with ages pre-kindergartern throughout the elementary school ages to participate in our Godly Play program. There are education opportunities for all ages at 9:15am on Sunday mornings.
All youth are invited to participate in many areas of life at St. Paul's. Please speak to the clergy with any questions, for a schedule of meetings, or to be put on the email list for any of the programs.Read More »
Adult Inquirers Class — introduces newcomers to the basics of Episcopal Church practices, traditions, and faith.
Confirmation Class — is led by the Rector and forms biannually to prepare youth and adults who desire the Rite of Confirmation.
Adult Bible Study Group — meets Tuesday mornings in the Waterman Library. All are welcome to join a thoughtful study of the scri…Read More »
The mission of St Paul’s Faith in Action outreach is to know, love and serve Christ through ministry to the local, regional and international communities.
St. Paul’s Day School students, parents and teachers join Church members in supporting various outreach projects.The Faith in Action Committee, which meets a few times each year, welcomes new participants and new ideas.
Inspi…Read More »