Grow in faith, relationships and community. We believe that learning and asking questions about our faith is how we grow.


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From Vacation Bible School in the summer to the children's Birthday Party for Jesus at Christmas, all of the children's activities at St. Paul's are committed to helping children learn about Jesus, develop a meaning relationship with Him, and allow children to reach out to others with age-appropriate service opportunities. We want kids to know that the Bible is full of interesting stories that matter in their lives today and that fun and games are ok at church. 

In short, we want them to know that where God is, life is more fun!


  • Sunday School

    Every Sunday at 10 am, we host fun Sunday School classes for all ages. Children K-6th participate in Rotation Sunday School.

    For nursery through grade 4, we ask that you check your child into our system, where your child will get a name tag, and you'll get a matching tag. Once Sunday School is over, you will return to the kitchen/fellowship area and show your tag and check your child out so your child can be released back to you.


    Confirmation is for students in the sixth grade. The group meets September through May on Sundays from 4-5 pm. The Confirmation journey is a comprehensive, hands-on program presented in a youth-friendly way and designed to help kids understand and explore their Christian faith.

  • Club 56

    Grades 5-6 meet on the first Sunday of every month from 4-5 pm and on Wednesdays 6-6:30; both meeting times are from September - May. Club 56 is for community building, fun, games and special programs on issues specific to pre-teens. The group goes on outings, retreats and service projects.

  • Vacation bible school

    Vacation Bible School (VBS) is for children who have completed PK-3 through 5th grade.  Youth 6th grade and older are encouraged to serve as crew leaders, and anyone can volunteer to provide snacks for the crew leader break room. This is an exciting way for children of all ages to learn about God and create new friends in the process!




    Ages 3 through first grade sing, learn bible stories and enjoy interactive play. The group usually performs twice: Christmas and spring

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  • BIBLE 101

    Grades 2-4 learn to recite books of the bible, identify the 10 commandments, have "bible wars" to find scriptures and study bible stories.

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  • STP-34


    3rd and 4th graders teaches kids about missions. they participate in mission projects, and learn why we do mission work. stp-34 has assembled care packages for meals on wheels, taken field trips to the ronald mcdonald house and the local food bank, more.

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We LOVE our students!

They're smart. They're funny. They're bold. And they're bursting with potential. We truly believe that the middle and high school students in our midst are world changers in the making. 

This moment in life can be both amazing and hard, and our community of student have shown a love for each other and for spreading the love of Jesus to our community and beyond. We want to guide our students in developing a personal faith in Jesus

through which they will discover everything God made them to be. We work hard to create environments that engage students in good conversation about God, encouraging them to ask questions, search for answers and truly learn to listen to His leading.

YOUTH meets Sundays at 5 pm and, during the school year, Wednesdays at 6. 

Junior and Senior high school students also meet for breakfast on Tuesday mornings before school.



Small groups are an essential part of our church, as they provide a place where deeper fellowship and better support for one another can take place. We intentionally strive toward community through Sunday School, men's and women's groups, and home gatherings we call "Connections."


We have many engaging events and gatherings designed to build faith and community.  

Young or old, Christian or not, single or married, man or woman - we've got a place for you.


    We like to meet in small groups. One type is through home groups we call Connections. We have groups that meet Monday - Thursday. Connections are authentic people who get together and visit.  No Bible study, just connections. We've found when we have honest relationships together, we have an easier time of asking hard questions and challenging each other to grow.  When we learn about one another the more we care about one another and know each other's needs, making it easier to put love into action.  We keep the meetings to just an hour (if we don't eat together) or an hour and a half.  And we share great food, too!


    We have several different types of groups women can join!  Bible studies on Monday evenings or Friday afternoons, United Methodist Women (UMW) groups we call Circles, and more.  Whether it's engaging in discussion or doing service projects like making jewelry with young girls at an in-home recovery center, we have the right group for you. Some of the Bible studies we have for women are:

       Monday Evening Bible Study: weekly in Library at 5:30 pm (Sep - April)

       Thursday Lunch Bible Study: weekly in Library at 11:30 am (Sep - Nov; Jan - March)

       Anchored Women Bible Study: every other Friday at 11:30 in Parlor

  • MEN

    The men of St. Paul's are active, involved and have a great time, whether it's helping with service projects, cooking for the Louisiana Methodist Children's Home fundraiser, getting together for Bible study or just eating out and visiting through United Methodist Men, and you're invited to join in!

  • Tried 'N' True

    For those 55 and older we have a large group of people who are young at heart!  The Tried 'n' True group, or TNT, are active and attend plays, movies together, go out to eat together and much more!


    Financial Peace University is an example of some of the classes we offer at different times during the year. When we offer Financial Peace University, the leader helps teach the timeless principles of paying off debt, saving and investing for the future. It's a no-judgement zone and helps create peace in your life by managing your finances.

    Other classes we have offered at times are DivorceCare; Ditch the Baggage, Change Your Life; and more.

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