“They devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and fellowship, to the breaking of bread and the prayers.” Acts 2:41
The Adult Forum Class is open to adults of all ages. The Forum meets each Sunday in the church Parlor at 9:30AM. Topics for discussion include studies of the Old and New Testament, Famous people of the New Testament, Lutheran Theology, including Liturgy and Hymnody. In addition, topics of Social Issues are included. Guest speakers are also invited and the group participates in Intergenerational Events with the Children’s Sunday School. Come join us on Sunday morning’s at 9:30 in the Parlor.
Women’s groups have always played an important part in the life of the congregation at St. Paul’s. Our women are currently organized into three “circles”: The women in these circles share the responsibility of visiting our sick and shut-ins by delivering them altar flowers from Sunday morning worship. In addition to monthly Christian fellowship, each circle combines social mission activities with Bible study and some go on yearly retreats. Our current circles are:
Friendship Circle – meets the 1st Tuesday of the month at 1:00 pm – September through June
Hope Circle – meets the 4th Monday of the month at 7:00 pm
WISH Circle –Does not have a formal meeting time, but they do get together whenever they have a project, etc. such as delivering gifts to shut-ins or delivering flowers.
Ladies Book Club
The Ladies Book Club has been part of St. Paul’s since 2010. Many women were reading and talking about books that we decided to gather four times a year to do just that. We meet in January, April, July and October on the fourth Monday of the Month. We meet in the Parlor at 7:00 P.M. Anyone is welcome to come and join us for any or all discussions. You can read all or part of the book, or none at all. Book club discussions are very informal. Anyone can recommend a book. We’ll read it all. Some titles we’ve read and discussed have been: Room, You Before Me, If I Stay, The Shack, The Testament of Mary,and Immaculate,written by one of our members: Katelyn Detweiler.