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In addition to our boards and committees, St. Paul’s offers opportunities to participate through groups. Some groups are active and have regularly scheduled events while others are more ad hoc in nature. The following are some of the groups currently offered at St. Paul’s.
Women’s Ministry has regularly scheduled events as well as organizes special activities based on church and/or community need. See the Women’s Ministry page for more information.
Men’s Ministry meets periodically for fellowship. Please contact Pastor Mark at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to join.
Groups of 8 are dinner groups that meet in local restaurants or people’s homes. You can join as a regular participant or sign up for the “Guest List,” which the groups use to fill out their “8″ for dinners in the case of absences. Please contact the church office at email@example.com for more information or to sign up.
Priscilla Circle is a women’s group that works on projects throughout the year, named in honor of one of the earliest known Christian converts who worked and traveled with the Apostle Paul, and became his much-loved friend and coworker in Christ Jesus.
St. Paul’s Leisure Group organizes social events and outings for members and guests.
If you are interested in participating in a group, please contact the church office at firstname.lastname@example.org or check the home page, church calendar and/or church bulletin for event information.
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