Education

Advent 2019 at St. Paul's

Donald Winnicott, a British pediatrician and psychoanalyst, noted, famously, and with some controversy, that “there’s no such thing as a baby.” By this, he meant that there is no such thing as a baby, alone. A baby’s very existence requires a mother, or a mothering presence, and a baby can only grow and flourish in relationship. In Advent, we wait, with a hope that is pregnant with possibility, and know that the baby we await is not a baby without someone else. This baby is Jesus, and he was born into this world to be in relationship with us.

Adult Education "Am I a Christian?"

Sunday, October 13

What does it mean to be a "Christian" in the 21st century?

Adult Education "Am I a Christian?"

Sunday, October 6

What does it mean to be a "Christian" in the 21st century?

Adult Education "Am I a Christian?"

Sunday, September 29

What does it mean to be a "Christian" in the 21st century?

Adult Education: Am I a Christian?

By: 
The Rev. Mary E. Davis

What does it mean to be a "Christian" in the 21st century? Join with others as we explore, debate, and discuss what it means to be Christian, a Jesus follower, a secular Christian in our world today. 
In the Library after 10am worship service (11:15am - 12noon) on Sunday, September 29th, October 6th, and October 13th.  

Children's Chapel and Sunday School, Fall 2019

FOUNDATIONS OF FAITH, Children’s Programming 2019 This year, St. Paul’s is offering a new opportunity for our children’s faith development – Children’s Chapel. Children’s Chapel will take place during the 10 a.m. Sunday Worship Service and will be led on a rotating basis by Rev. Mary, Rev. Ellen, and our Seminarian, George.

Disability and Belonging in an Inclusive Church Research

By: 
The Rev. Mary E. Davis

The Rev. Deborah Huggins (huggins1013@gmail.com) is conducting doctoral research on Disability and Belonging in an Inclusive Church. You are eligible if:
*You are a member or regular attender at St. Paul's;
*Over age 9.
*Have an intellectual or developmental disability;
*Are family member of a person with an intellectual or developmental disability.

If you are interested in participating in an interview, please contact Deborah at (505) 873-3202.

It's My Turn Day Camp

St.Paul's is dedicated to providing valuable experiences for children on the autism specturm. Our weeklong camp offiers engaging Bible stories, music, arts and crafts, and outdoor games in a safe and supportive atmosphere. Each camper will have a camp "buddy" (a 1:1 counselor with special training in autism) and our camp staff also includes a nurse. Registration forms in "Forms and Download" section of websited. Questions :973-635-8085; August 26-30, 2019; 9am-12noon; $50/camper

Small Footprint Camp

When we love and respect the Earth, we honor our Creator. Explore our impact on earth; enjoy zero-waste snacks; look at Earth-care via Scripture; practice reduce-reuse-recycle; sing, play and create art.

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