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Newcomer and Welcoming Opportunities

Newcomer’s Gatherings | All are invited to join Charlie, our Rector, to learn more about St. Paul’s and ways to further engage with our community. More details to come.

EpiscoPALs | Newcomers have the option to be paired together with an EpsicoPAL- a member of St. Paul’s. Depending on the newcomer(s), Minister for Faith Formation Keli Shipley Cooper will coordinate with the other staff to determine who may be a good EpsicoPAL for the newcomer(s). Each PAL (member) will commit to ~12 months of checking in with their newcomer on a semi-regular basis, inviting them to participate in various St. Paul’s opportunities (either in person or online). This may look like meeting up after worship to attend coffee hour or agreeing to both attend an online meditation gathering. If you are interested in being paired with an EpsicoPAL, please fill out this form.

Inquirer’s Class | Wednesdays | 7:00-8:00 p.m. | Zoom
Our inquirer’s class is geared towards newcomers but is open to anyone who is interested in learning more about the church, and specifically about the Episcopal Church. This class will be based on the book Your Faith, Your Life covering topics of Scripture, history, faith and polity, spiritual gifts, prayer, and worship and sacraments. Keli Shipley Cooper, the Rev. Dr. Charlie Dupree, the Rev. Gwynn Crichton, and the Rev. Rainey Dankel will be teaching this course. If you are interested in joining us for this class, please REGISTER HERE or contact Minister for Faith Formation Keli Shipley Cooper.