Adults

The Adult Sunday School class meets regularly at 10:00 a.m. and is usually led by David Stephens. Classes are held in the Parish Hall (Lawrence Hall).

Episcopal Church 101 is led by the Rev. Jim Melnyk, and meets after church on Sundays during the months leading up to an Episcopal Visitation. Anyone desiring to be confirmed or received at Easter should contact the church office (919-934-2675) regarding information on this class.

Monday Night Study Group is led by the Rev. Jim Melnyk and meets regularly in the Fall and Winter from 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. The class is open to all interested adults and topics vary. Previous classes have studied: Prophets: Words of Fire (Megan McKenna), The Holy Longing (Ronald Rolheiser), Beyond Belief (Elaine Pagels), An Introduction to the New Testament (John Drane), and more.

Children and Teens

Sunday school for children and youth of all ages takes place at 10:00 on Sunday mornings. Our Primary class is for children in Kindergarten through Fifth Grade. Our Youth class is for young people in Middle School and High School.

Children’s Chapel meets during the Liturgy of the Word and is for children ages 3-8. Children begin the service in the Nave with their parents and process to the chapel during the Gloria, Hymn of Praise, Kyrie, or Trisagion (depending on the season). They return to the Nave in time to share the Peace with all.  Children are not required to leave for Children’s Chapel, but we feel the music, prayers, and homily are well-suited for young ones.

Nursery is available beginning at 10:00 (during the Sunday School period) and running through the end of the 11:00 service and is availble for infants and toddlers. Parents may pick up their child during the Peace if they wish their child to be present for and/or receive Holy Communion.

Young Adults

Connections is a group for young adults and families. Our purpose is to hold social events and bring a larger sense of community to young adults at St. Paul’s. Singles, couples (married or not), and families are all invited. For an age range, we would say anyone from young adults to those who have school-age children, but that’s not a hard and fast rule – the more the merrier!

Connections hopes to meet monthly, and events will be listed in the events section on the Home Page of the St. Paul’s website.

For more information please contact Galen Kashtock.