For Adults

Click to find the Spiritual Gifts assessments:
Part 1    Part 2    Part 3   Part 4   Part 5
They can help you find what gifts God has given you to do His work.

 

Daughters of The King: The Daughters of the King is a prayer ministry for the women of St. Paul’s.  Evangelism, Prayer, and Service are our main goals.  Any person can ask a Daughter to pray for them for any reason, and we will continue to do so for 30 days.   We generally meet the first Sunday of every month, after the 10:30 service.  If you are interested in joining us, please Contact the president Kitty Kelley
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Men’s Club:
The St. Paul’s Men’s Club was formed in 2007.  The Men’s Club meets one Sunday a month at 6:00 p.m. for dinner and fellowship.  It is open to all men and their guests at St. Paul’s. They host an annual BBQ sale & fundraiser, have prayerful conversations, and more! Contact Bob Heaberlin
The next Men’s Club gathering will be on April 17, 2016

 

Cooks Who Care:
Cooks Who Care is an outreach of love into the body of Christ to those who have life changing events take place in their families such as new babies, times of sickness or times of sorrow. We are able to provide meals during these times to show our love, support and prayers for those in need.  The ministry members have monthly cook-offs and come together to prepare a variety of meals for our parishioners in need of support. Contact Linda Tudor  if you know someone with a need or would like to join the team!

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Women’s Book Club:
The new book club for women is a great way for women who share a love of books to get together for a laugh, a cry, and to share ideas. contact Susan Payne with questions.
Click HERE  to see our list of upcoming books.       Our May book is:

Current Book Club book

 

Foyers:
A French word meaning hearthside; ‘FOYERS’ implies the warmth of a close, small group of friends or family members sharing a common love and concern for each other. The inspiration and example for the forming of Foyer groups at St. Paul’s came from our Cathedral of St. Philip. Foyers are not intended to “do” anything. They are not study or prayer groups and they never have an agenda. Our primary goal is to get to know one another better! * The groups meet monthly in the homes of its members usually for a period of five months. At the end of this time, members sign up again and are reassigned to new Foyers, and the fun start again!  For More info, contact Marianne Lawhead  or Click Here for more info.

 

 

Women’s Retreat:
for the women of our Parish to make new friends, visit old friends and build spiritual connections through reflection in our relationship with the Lord.    contact Susan Payne with questions.

“Let the message about Christ, in all its richness, fill your lives. Teach and counsel each other with all the wisdom he gives. Sing psalms and hymns and spiritual songs to God with thankful hearts.” Colossians 3:16

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