Join the Mission Maniacs. If your children are interested in joining our Sunday school, contact Jodie Staus. Sunday School is open to children 4k through 7th grade.
The mission maniacs recently donated the snack items leftover from the college care packages to Mrs. Cull's class at a local high school. Her class supports students at risk of not graduating. These students often do not have funds available to buy a daily lunch. In honor of Mr. Branchford, some of the memorial money given in his name and any additional donations the congregation would like to make will be used to stock the snack bin in Mrs. Cull's classroom this year.
Children are an important part of our life together. The children begin worship service with their parents. Following the Children's message (approx. 9:55 am) students go to the classrooms for a Sunday School lesson until approximately 10:40 am. (September-May).
Sunday school classes follow a lectionary-based curriculum which ties together scripture in class with that of the Sunday worship experience.
Confirmation is a nine-month program for eighth graders. We use the mentor-based curriculum called Making Disciples in addition to requiring active participation in the ongoing life of the church family, a retreat and monthly youth group. If you have any questions about confirmation, please call or e-mail Pastor Glenn at (414) 550.1553 or SPPastor@yahoo.com
Vacation Bible School takes place for one week each July. Children 4 years old through 6th grade are encourage to join us for a week of games, music and fun learning bible stories and about being a christian.
The St. Paul's Youth Group - otherwise known as S.P.Y., is a youth ministry program for middle school & high school students to help them grow personally & spiritually.
S.P.Y. members attend local and national events for young adults and help others through service projects and mission trips. S.P.Y. also plans fun activities like bowling, bonfires, bike rides and more!
The freedom of a diversity of beliefs also means a responsibility. Members are encouraged to develop their understanding of the Christian faith through study, prayer and adult education.