#SundayFunday- Sunday School Fall 2018

    08.31.18 | Education by Tara Mariano


    We have classes for children of all ages. Contact Mtr. Liz for more info. 


    Godly Play

    St. Paul’s is proud to begin incorporating the world-renowned Godly Play curriculum into our Sunday School for children grades K-5th. On Sunday, Aug. 19 at 9:00 am Mtr. Liz will present a Godly Play story for both children and parents to experience what the curriculum is like. Parents are invited and strongly encouraged to attend. Please meet in the Religious Studies classroom upstairs in room 206, first room on the left at the top of the staircase off of O’Ferrall Hall. You can also get there by going up the stairs by the chapel, and walking down the long hallway to the last room on the right. 


    Do you like working with children? We need adult volunteers to help with our children's classes. Contact Mtr. Liz for more info.  



    New Member Class

    New to St. Paul’s? Returning to church after an absence? Just want a refresher on the life of our church? Come learn more about what it means to be a member of St. Paul’s, and more about The Episcopal Church. This class begins next Sunday, Sept. 9 at 9:00 am between services, and is preceded this Friday evening, Sept. 7 with a wine and cheese reception at Fr. Rob’s home. Reach out to Fr. Rob at for more info.


    Wired Word

    From now until September 28th, join us the Adult Sunday class as we confront the news with Scripture and hope. The Wired Word will spark and inspire meaningful discussions.


    3D Jesus, 3D World

    This Adult Sunday class starts Sunday, Sept. 28 at 9am in the newly renovated Conference Room. The world of Jesus can sometimes appear to us as a two-dimensional backdrop for a three-dimensional Savior. What were the institutions, ideas, and culture of the first-century Roman Empire really like? How would seeing that backdrop in 3D enhance our understanding of Jesus, his followers, and his message? How might such a 3D view of Jesus and his world enhance our faith today? Join our own Greg Williams, a professor at the St. Joseph Seminary on the north shore, as he uses his training and knowledge in history and classical languages to help us understand what first-century Judea was really like.