If you would like to receive more information on any of these on-site ministries, please send your contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org and a representative of the group will contact you.
Faith Formation Adults and Youth!
Saints or Sinners Class - Learning, loving and laughing through a variety of discussion centered studies, friendship and service. Format is media assisted lecture and class discussion. Meets each Sunday morning from 10:00 am to 11:00 am.
We are currently using "Think Like Jesus" by Randy Frazee. Feel free to invite someone to join if you think they might enjoy it. You again have two options for the SOS class. You can either join us in the SOS room or join on Zoom. For the link to Zoom, or any questions please contact Dan Lambert at email@example.com or 803-646-5614.
The Serendipity Sunday School Class is an informal, discussion-oriented Bible study class. The strength of this class is the active participation of its members. The class mostly uses material published by Serendipity House. Currently, the Serendipity Class gathers on Sundays at 10:00 am and is using a series called "Intentional Choices" which exlores various causes of stress and how scripture helps us deal with stress. They will begin a new study in mid-October.
The Faith Builders Sunday School Class is seeking leaders. If you're interested in an informal, discussion-oriented class held on Sundays at 10:00 am, please contact the Chair of Christian Education, Stephanie Threlkeld, or Deacon Kathleen, liaison to Christian Education.
This class was set up for those who have just graduated high school throughout adulthood.
Last year they studied different denominations of faith. Contact us if you're interested in the class.
Confirmation Class meets once a month (6th - 8th graders or others who are interested) - check with Pastor Jeff or Deacon Kathleen if interested!
Questions About St. Paul, Lutheranism or Just Need Prayer?
Come to the Table
At 10:00 a.m. on Tuesdays of each week you will find one of our Rostered Leaders seated at a table with other St. Paul members at "What's Cookin" in downtown Aiken. Whether you are new to St. Paul, a long-time member or a friend from the community, you are invited to join the group for conversation and prayer. Come To The Table is an outreach ministry of St. Paul that allows newcomers and community members to share prayer requests as well as any thoughts or questions they might have about the Christian faith, St. Paul or Lutheranism. And, it provides a great opportunity for our ministry staff to share time with parishioners, their family and friends as well as community members and new attendees. Consider dropping in some time to enjoy conversation and a cup of coffee. Or why not be on the lookout for someone you would like to get to know better and invite them to join you?
God On Tap meets from 7-8 pm. on Tuesday evenings for fellowship and lively discussion at Red Lobster Restaurant. A different topic is addressed each week. Join this group for dinner at 6 pm.