The Families on a Mission Calendar includes prayer prompts, fun challenges, wacky days, jokes, and faith-building activities for the entire family. Click on the image below to download your own copy!

For other at-home resources & information on virtual story times, 

contact Jenni Nesbitt at jenninesbitt.spministries@gmail.com.


Our nursery will reopen when we are able to gather in person.

The nursery at St. Paul's is a welcoming, light-filled space filled with intriguing toys to explore and easily viewed from the outside hallway.  Divided into three sections:  check-in, infant area, and toddler room.  

We employ professional staff for our nursery; each has first aid and CPR certification, undergone a thorough background check through Safe Gatherings, and completed child abuse awareness and prevention training.  

We look forward to welcoming your child 3 years and younger.  Our nursery is open 8:30am - 11:45am on Sunday mornings.

Click here to register your child for the 2019-2020 school year.

Children's Sunday School

Sunday School will resume when we are able to gather in person. Contact Jenni Nesbitt for online resources in the meantime!

After Time for Children in each worship service, children PreK - 5th grade are invited to join us upstairs for Sunday School. Parents will need to sign-in their child (and register if first time).

Everyone that works with children at St. Paul's has undergone a thorough background check, through Safe Gatherings.

9:00am       Rm 204 - PreK, K, & 1st grade

                    Rm 206 - 2nd & 3rd grades

                    Rm 208 - 4th & 5th grades

10:30am     Rm 208 - PreK - 5th grades

Click here to register your child for Sunday School for the 2019-2020 school year.

Passport to Wonder

At St. Paul's, our mission is to be a church that embraces intergenerational relationships, and there is no better place to do so than worship! Passport to Wonder is a set of tools designed for children (PreK - 5th grade) to use during worship. Its pages contain pictures, checklists and activities to help children engage as active worship participants. The passports are unique to each service and to each age group.


After Time for Children, children (PreK - 1st grade) leave for a lesson and activity, and children (2nd - 5th grade) are invited to remain in the Sanctuary with their family.

Passport to Wonder occurs the first Sunday of each month, so families can experience communion together.