The Saint Paul's Sunday School, which is run entirely by volunteers, begins class at 10 AM. After being welcomed back with a special song, the children join the rest of the congregation in time for the Eucharistic portion of the service. The children help to present the gifts at the offertory and help the priest bless the food donated for the food pantry. The children approach the altar first during communion and then return to their classrooms. (All baptized children are welcome to receive the consecrated bread and wine.)
On the third Sunday of the month, Saint Paul's Episcopal Church observes Youth Sunday during the 10 AM Eucharist. Youth and young adults are encouraged to participate in age-appropriate ways, including as readers, acolytes, and gift bearers. Reverend Foley offers a special sermon during which the children gather around the altar.
Our Saint Paul's Adult Discussion Group meets between the services (9 AM) on Sundays. The objective of the group is to talk about and evaluate current-day worldly concerns and chalenges and to make a connection as to our responsibility towards these issues as Christians. This is an open, non-judgmental discussion group in which all (along with their viewpoints) are welcome to attend.