Submitted by Mary Davis on Tue, 03/19/2019 - 12:15pm
The Rev. Deborah Huggins (firstname.lastname@example.org) 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.
Submitted by Mary Jo Oakley on Thu, 01/31/2019 - 1:35pm
7am: Come to this early service and we'll send you to work or school with a bag breakfast
12noon: with music
4pm: All children, including those on the autism spectrum
7:30pm: with music and Choir
Submitted by Mary Davis on Thu, 01/18/2018 - 1:33pm
With the help of talented and energetic leadership from Cross Roads Camp and Conference Center Day Camp (http://crossroadsretreat.com/day-camp/) "It's My Turn" Vacation Bible Camp for children on the autism spectrum (ages 4-14) returns for a second year on August 20 - 24, 2018. Camp hours are 9:am - 12noon, and cost is $50 per camper. Registration forms may be found to the right on this page under Resources;. Either print it off, fill it in and send it to St.
Submitted by Mary Davis on Mon, 04/10/2017 - 12:36pm
Children on the autism spectrum and their families are welcome for worship this Holy Week!
These specially designed services are relaxed, interactive and appeal to multiple learning styles while allowing children to meaningfully enter these most holy days.
MAUNDY THURSDAY, April 13th, at 4pm
GOOD FRIDAY, April 14th at 4pm. All are welcome!
Submitted by Mary Jo Oakley on Thu, 02/16/2017 - 11:49am
“It’s My Turn” autism-friendly Vacation Bible Camp for children ages 4-14 on the autism spectrum.
In this week-long camp, August 21 – 25th from 9am – 12noon, children on the spectrum will have the opportunity to engage in arts and crafts, sensory activities, Bible stories and silly songs, all while in a safe and supportive atmosphere.
Submitted by Mary Davis on Tue, 09/30/2014 - 4:11pm
This coming Sunday, October 19th, guest preacher and teacher, Heather Webster will be joining us. She has been advocating for her children for the past decade. Meeting their mental health needs at home and in school has been a full-time vocation. She has parented through stigma and discrimination, crisis and recovery, and diagnosis and treatment. Heather is also a student of disability studies and is a budding author and public speaker. This Sun, Oct 19th, she will debut her story from our pulpit at 8 and 10 am, and will be available for conversation during coffee hour.