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Growing in Faith . . . . 

     Perhaps as you sit in a pew on Sunday morning, an idea from the sermon will intrigue you or a line from a hymn will hit you in a different way than it has before.  Bingo!  You begin to see your life through a different lens.  Or you may be volunteering for Family Promise or Caring Ministries and have a heart opening moment with a person you hardly know. Bingo! In understanding something new about someone else, you are able to see or accept yourself in a new way.  Growth opportunities are everywhere once we become aware.
     In the Adult Education program at St. Paul’s, we offer opportunities for those same ‘aha” moments through study and building relationships.  When we grow in faith we become transformed.  In our transformation, we can transform the world. 
Join us for one or more of our current studies which are listed below!

Adult  Classes  &  Groups

Please call the church office if you are interested in any of these classes. (442-5643)


CAMP CREATE for Adults: 2nd Tuesday Evenings 

These summer offerings are an opportunity for adults to enjoy creativity one evening per month is an environment of spirited exploration. No previous experience is required…just a curious mind, playful nature and eager soul. Class size is limited to 15, so sign up early. You may sign up for one class, or all three.

Meets from 6:30 – 8:30 PM
Susanna’s Place Room 209
June 13 – Creating Journals & Photo Quilts
July 11 – Stamp Carving & Printmaking
August 8 – Sculpture of All Types
This class is facilitated by Sue McNicol. Please register in advance by contacting the church office at 442-5643 or emailing Sue at Class is free of charge.




God After Hours:
Sundays @ 7 PM
Lewis and Clark Brewery
July 2, July 16 and July 23
To learn more about ways to get involved in this mission project contact Pastor Tyler Amundson at 442-5643 or email: or Jill Melcher 459-6504 or email:


Discipleship 101 – Amazing Grace: Who was John Wesley? What was the movement called “Methodist?” What is it now? What makes St. Paul’s, St. Paul’s? These questions and more will be answered in this class. Amazing Grace is generally required to join or transfer membership to St. Paul’s.Rev. Tyler Amundson lead this class on a quarterly basis. The next Amazing Grace class will be held in August.  Contact the church office at 442-5643 if you are interested in receiving additional information and/or attending an Amazing Grace class.  


Knit & Crochet Group:   Get to know others while learning and sharing a craft. This group creates prayer shawls and works on other individual projects as the mood strikes them all in the name of service. Join them on any Wednesday when we have a Wednesday Night Dinner and see how much fun you can have in a creative circle of women. Wednesdays from 4 PM – 5:30 PM in the St. Paul’s Library. Leader: Lila Bock. This group is on break for the summer months.


God Hunger: Meaningful Midday Meditations. This popular prayer class invites a new group of people to journey with Pastor Tyler in meaningful midday meditations. We invite you to bring your lunch for 30 minutes of prayer and 15 minutes of discussion. This class runs 12-1 PM on Wednesdays.  Come join us as we focus on God’s presence and learn the benefit of regular prayer in our lives. No sign-up necessary for this group. Please join us in the Bride’s Room (Rm. 301) in the church building at Noon.
Wednesday/Thursday Bible Study:  The class is working with Adam Hamilton’s book The Call which is the story of Paul’s missionary journeys. Classes meet Wednesday at 9:30 AM in the Church Library or Thursday at 9:30 AM in Fireside Room (Susanna’s Place) through May 18Visitors are always welcome and new members may join a class at any time.

Jung Reading Group: This on-going group welcomes new members with whom they could discuss Carl Jung’s works. The class meets on Thursdays from 12:15 – 1:15 PM. They meet in room 200 at Susanna’s Place. Facilitator: Marty Thieltges.



New Leaders Always Welcome!

Classes: Are you toying with an idea for a class?  Would you like to lead a class but have never led one before and want some help? Do you know you have the gift of leadership, but need an idea for a class?
Groups: Are you thinking of starting a small group?  Do you wonder how to make a group work?  Do you need guidance about how to get started? 
Adult Ministry Team:  Do you love to see people alive and learning more about themselves and God?  Do you thrive in an environment of learning? Do you have ideas of how our Adult Program could better serve the congregation?
If the answer to any of these questions is “Yes,” please give Sue a call at the church office (442-5643) or email her at