St. Paul is all about connections: connections with each other, helping connections, and those with the world around us.
Just to name a few, here's an idea of what we do:
Adopted Families Project
Fellowship Circle Dinner Groups
Outreach Ministry Team
Prayer Shawl Ministry
Women's Bible Study
If you love music, you'll love St. Paul. We have incredibly rich musical traditions. We frequently host outside musicians, including the Albuquerque Chamber Soloists, the American Guild of Organists, and Dr. Robert Ray (composer of the Gospel Mass), in addition to our own Sunday worship.
The St. Paul Chancel and Youth Choir are capably led by Jeremy Wirths and organist Beverly Pettit often plays the large (38-rank) pipe organ.
You are invited to join us in making a "joyful noise unto the Lord" — whether by singing in the choir, as a guest soloist, or simply raising your voice in a hymn — any, and every, Sunday!
Sunday schools of all ages meet between services at 9:15 a.m. Adults head to the Library while the youth meet in the Chapel.
Youth gatherings offer a kind and safe environment to learn and grow through Christ. This gives everyone a way to connect with others their age while taking part in the ministry of St. Paul, performing community service, and last — but most certainly not least — having a great time!
Learning isn't restricted only to classes and formal settings. Other opportunities for continuing your education include volunteering in one of the ministries, attending the Fall Festival, or going on an outing with the youth.