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                                   Small Groups

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Small Groups at St. Paul’s

Small group meetings at St. Paul’s are a  wonderful way to participate in unique and specialized spiritual or fellowship experiences in an intimate setting. They also allow us to meet others and grow in relationships.  Small groups may be held in an ongoing or temporary basis.  Women’s and men’s fellowships, service committees and other groups have been frequently held at St. Paul’s. Groups are often begun as folk’s have an interest in them.

The following groups are currently taking place at St. Paul’s:

“The Inner Voice”   Traditional small group gathering: The Inner Voice monthly small group meeting is  held on the 1st Friday of each month at the minister’s study at the Fellowship House from 10 to 11:15  a.m.. This is a time of prayer, fellowship, singing and reflections from the Bible. 

 

 “Deep Calls Unto Deep” An Hour of Mindfulness & Meditation .  This is a time of exploratory guided meditation for people of all meditative experience levels, led by Rev. Sousa.   We meet in the ‘Peach Parlor” of the Fellowship House.

Meetings are held twice a month on 2nd Monday and 4th Monday  from 6.30 to 7.30 p.m.

“Spiritual Book Club”  An exploration of spiritual writings 4th Wednesday of every month . at 6:30 p.m. iin the 'Peach Parlour" of St. Paul's Fellowship House.  Books to be  read and discussed include Khalil Gibran's The Prophet,  Hermann Hesse's Siddhartha, Paulo Coelho's The Alchemist, and others.

 

Women’s Self Defense Class     Jane Alois of St. Paul’s is teaching women, girls (12+)  self-defense classes. Please come join her on the 2nd floor of Fellowship House on Thursdays from 4 -5 p.m. Cost is whatever you can afford and proceeds are donated to the Sanctuary Restoration Fund. Jane is certified as a 1st degree black belt in American HapKiDo and as a 2nd degree black belt in JungKi HapKiDo.  

 

Seeking Serenity  A.A. Meeting   St. Paul’s hosts a weekly meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous .  A.A. is an independent non-profit organization that provides support and services to those affected by substance abuse as well as family members.  Compassion, care and practical steps to overcome addiction are hallmarks of A.A.  

Meetings are held weekly on Tuesdays at 7 p.m.

"Why Not Come?" - Men's Breakfast   Second Sunday of the month at 9 a.m. in the Fellowship Hall.  Come and enjoy breaffast prepared my the minister and friendss!   Good food, great company and enjoyable conversation,  

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