One of the many positive things St. Paul's is known for is its welcoming spirit and there are many occasions to feel part of the Cathedral community.
Coming together with new acquaintances or joining long-time friends for coffee, a good meal, thoughtful conversation or in prayer is what makes St. Paul's a special church home. In fact, there are plenty of opportunities throughout the year when time is set aside for parishioners and newcomers to get to know each other and share our communal paths as Christians.
There are always volunteer opportunities that provide time to be arm-in-arm with one another in service to God at the Cathedral or in the larger community. For more information contact Casey Richards, parish life coordinator at [email protected]
We have an annual Ministry Fair during the 10:10 time where those involved in various ministries, outreach and interest groups set up a table, so you can get to know the varieties of interests our members have, and find your niche and your people!
There are many ways to connect with others at St. Paul's, from talking after church on Sundays, potlucks and dinners, and through involvement in ministry and interest areas.
Episcopal Church Women at the Cathedral promotes oneness among women of all ages as they come together to serve God in the community. The Episcopal Church Women at St. Paul’s advocate several ongoing outreach activities through financial contributions and volunteering. For more information contact Joann Speers at [email protected]
When women support each other, incredible things happen! So if you're looking for new bonds or hoping to strengthen old ones, please join us December 7th.
We are forming a new Women's Fellowship Group. The idea is that it's a casual group, meeting monthly to enjoy each other over a glass of wine, a game night, movie or whatever the group decides is of interest. The hope is that wo…Read More »
If you would enjoy the opportunity to get to know fellow parishioners a bit better, consider joining a Narthex Group - small groups of eight individuals or three entire families.
Narthex Groups are forming with the intention of building new relationships or deepening long-standing ones all with the aim of helping each other grow in Christ. Narthex Groups also present an easy way t…Read More »
A men's fellowship group known as the the Brotherhood of St. Andrew meets at 8:00 a.m. on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays of each month to share a meal and study the Bible. For more information contact Jim Gray at [email protected].
A sure-fire way to get acquainted with others and reconnect with long-time friends at the Cathedral is to share a meal together. Supper Club Foyer Groups connect fellow parishioners - either couples or individuals - in the warmth of someone's home over dinner or Sunday brunch. Hosting the meal is rotated within the group. Enjoy getting to know fellow parishioners in the warmth of…Read More »