St. Paul’s provides many opportunities for ministering to the congregation and the community through fellowship and service. For more detailed information on any of these groups, please contact the church office.
St. Paul’s Preschool & Parents’ Morning Out:
St. Paul’s Preschool & PMO provides quality Christian education that fosters learning and development for children ages 9 months through 4 years old. The preschool is in session from September through May from 9 am – 12 pm. For more information click here!
St. Paul’s provides a multitude of Educational Ministry offerings. These include:
Vacation Bible School:
For more information on any of the Children and Youth Education Ministries,
contact our church office here.
Adult Educational Opportunities:
For more information on Adult Education Ministries, contact the church office here.
Duke Lutherans is a group of students attending Duke University who hold the Gospel at the center of their lives. The group is sponsored and supported in part by St. Paul’s, which appoints a Lutheran Campus Minister to serve the student members. For more information, visit the Duke Lutherans website at www.dukelutherans.org.
Stephen Ministry is moving forward at St. Paul’s with the vision of continuing to grow together as a community of servanthood and faith! This structured, intentional, Christ-centered, lay-caregiving ministry will help us to continue to grow as a community that bears one another’s burdens. Stephen Ministry helps us to tangibly support our caring for each other with the compassionate love that Christ has for each of us. The Stephen Ministry leaders at St. Paul’s are Pastor Scott Anderson, Kim Hoke, and Nan Treul. For more information on Stephen Ministries, visit their website at: www.stephenministries.org
Continuing Conversations Group:
The Continuing Conversations Group began as a group of St. Paul's members interested in continuing to explore issues such as those in last summer's Sunday School classes on race and reconciliation in America. By coming together and being willing to deepen our relationships through fellowship and conversation and talk about the issues that face us and our neighbors, we are putting ourselves "at the disposal of the Spirit" to further our loving God's mission of reconciliation.
St. Paul’s is an active supporter of Agape Kure Beach Ministries, based in Fuquay-Varina, NC and Kure Beach, NC. Camp Agape and Kure Beach provide summer camp programs for all ages of youth in a Christian learning environment. For more information, visit www.agapekurebeach.org.