Spiritual Formation Cluster

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  • Sunday School/ Bible study

    Our Christian Education program runs parallel to the local academic year. There are classes for Adults, children, and youth.  One adult class meets Sunday morning at 9:15 to 9:45 in the vestry room. The 8th grade and up meets at 9:15 to 9:45 in the Saint Paul’s Room. There is a nursery available for infants and toddlers during the Sunday school hours and the 10:00 am service.

    Children's Chapel is held every Sunday in the nursery after the Childrens talk at the 10 o'clock service.

    The Wednesday Morning Bible Study is open to anyone who wishes to attend and meets in the parish hall on Wednesday mornings from 9:30 to 10:30 am; the format includes teaching and group discussion that is open but not required. 

  • Daughters of the King

    This was founded in the Episcopal Church in 1885; there has been a chapter at St. Paul’s since January 1979.  St. Paul’s chapter meets on the fourth Monday of each month at 11:00 am in the St. Paul’s Room for about 45 minutes. These faithful ladies not only meet monthly but are also engaged daily in prayer as part of their Rule of Life. “We continue to welcome new members” so don’t wait to be invited!  

  • Cursillo

    Cursillo (pronounced ‘kur-see-oh’) is a Spanish word meaning ‘little’ or ‘short course.’ This short course in Christianity, first developed after World War II, has now been given to men and women around the world. Scores of parishioners at St. Paul’s have experienced a Cursillo weekend and several have met for years with a Reunion Group.  Each Cursillo is held at the Georgia Episcopal Camp and Conference Center (Honey Creek) in Waverly, Georgia.