Faith Formation

Growing as a Christian is the journey of a lifetime, and it happens best when we're on the journey together. More than coming to church once a week, being a Christian is about our whole lives - at home, at work, and the everyday ethics that come from following Jesus.

St. Pauls offers many different opportunities to engage your mind and feed your spirit: On Sunday mornings we explore a variety of topics from great theologians to spirituality. Bible studies meet once a month on Saturday morning and Sunday evening. There are seasonal reading groups, series for Advent and Lent, and Christianity 101 for young adults. Engaging in ongoing faith formation results in a rich lifetime of growth as a Christian.

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Baptism symbolizes the love by which God reaches out to us, bringing us into sacred community. St. Pauls practices both adult and infant baptism. In this class you will learn what it means to be a part of St. Pauls community. Familiarize...

Whether you want to become a member of St. Pauls or just learn about how our congregation has been making a joyful sound in the city for 172 years, this class is for you. What does St. Pauls Church believe in? What’s the United Church of Christ...

Faith is something we grow into through God’s grace and through a lifetime of faithful practice.

Sunday mornings begin with "The Word of the Day" from 9 a.m. to 9:45 a.m. Dig into the scripture texts that the pastors will be preaching on...

Ancient, amazing, and sometimes exasperating, the Bible is a richly complex book. In the Saturday Bible Study we take our time to dig deep for treasure, one book at time. Looking at the historical context, but always in tune with contemporary...

Do you wish you knew more from a faith perspective about subjects in the newspaper or on the internet that are important to our public life? E.g: racism, climate change, immigration, to name a few. FPI programs provide an opportunity to ask...