Sundays (through the school year)
Ages 3 – 6th Grade
Sunday school classes offered to children are age-appropriate Bible studies with application in their daily lives.
Grades 7 -12
Sunday school classes offers youth an opportunity to explore and dive deeper into their faith.
Sunday school classes for all ages meet 10:00 to 10:50am, with exceptions noted.
Aldersgate | Room 319
A multigenerational, diverse group of individuals with a desire to discuss and share their relationship with God as it applies to contemporary life styles. Class members discuss a variety of books by contemporary Christian authors, exploring biblical, social, and personal issues.
Studying the book, Seeing Grey in a World of Black & White by Adam Hamilton.
Believers | Room 316
A class for all adults, couples, and singles who are looking for spiritual growth through study and fellowship. Class studies are Bible-based, topical issues with a lively discussion format.
Studying the book Being Mortal by Atul Gawande.
Continuing The Conversation | room 100a
Discusses the sermon from the previous Sunday.
Discovery | McAdams Hall
The Discovery Sunday School Class invites all St. Paul to a series of lessons on the church and the environment. It will include a class on “Dominion and the Christian Care of Creation” led by Cody Nygard, and discussions of Pope Francis’ environmental encyclical, “Laudato Si, On Care For Our Common Home.”
Classes begin this Sunday, January 29 from 10:00 to 10:50 am in McAdams Hall.
Schedule of Classes
Sunday, April 23
Keeping the Sabbath—Nancy Preuss Smith
Memorial Day Weekend
Exploration | Room 110
A class for people in their 30’s, 40’s, or 50’s who are single, married, or divorced. The class involves the presentation of a theme, or a theme in a series, followed by a time for small group discussions.
Studying How Big Is Your God?
Love One Another (LOA) | Room 217 (Chapel)
A class that includes chapel hymns, devotionals, and lecture format. Rotating teachers lead on a quarterly or monthly basis and use the International Lesson Series or other materials. This class consists of mostly mature couples and singles.
LOA will continue the International Bible Study series throughout summer.
New Beginnings | Gym
The class meets in a group setting immediately after the 9:00am worship service to discuss the sermon of the morning. Discussions range from deeply theological to light hearted fun. All ages and stages are welcome. The class will meet through the summer.
Serendipity | Room 111
A class with lively discussion format on spiritual, biblical and “down to earth” matters. Serendipity shares the leadership responsibilities. Serendipity studies a variety of texts in an informal, friendly atmosphere to share and grow with. This Sunday School group describes itself as the next best thing to being in a family.
Sojourners | Room 100b
Sojourners is a core group of people who pray for one another and welcome anyone to join for an ongoing series of biblically and spiritually based video units, four to six weeks in length, sometimes longer.
Studying the video series Genesis from the Great Courses curriculum.
Teresita Book Group | Room 219 (Parlor)
This small group reads a wide variety of books about faith, chosen collectively by members of the group. All group members read the book, usually a chapter per week, prior to each Sunday discussion. The group is self-facilitated, meets in the Parlor, and often takes a brief hiatus between books.
Studying the book Tattoos on the Heart by Father Gregory Boyle.
Vine & Branches | Room 100c
A diverse group with members in their 40s and beyond. Class members share in facilitation of discussions with materials chosen by all. Vine & Branches actively encourages and nurtures the faith walk of our members by investigating various interests.
Finishing the Gospel of Matthew and moving on to Hebrews.
Young Adult Group | Common Cup
A spirited group for those in their late 20s and 30s to gather, meet for fellowship, and discuss various topics.