Family and Youth
St. Paul’s is committed to being a spiritual community where youth and adults can grow in their relationship with God and each other through fellowship, learning and service.
A variety of opportunities are available in our family and youth ministry for fellowship, learning and service are available at St. Paul’s.
- Gathering around Word and Sacrament in worship we are equipped, nourished and sent into the world as ambassadors of Christ.
- Educational opportunities through the Sunday morning educational hour, first communion and confirmation ministries bring youth and adult together to grow in the Christian faith.
- Inter-generational service opportunities like the Appalachia Service Project, Victory House Food Kitchen and St. Paul’s Prison Ministry offer opportunities for individuals to model Christ’s love in service to our neighbor.
- Small group opportunities for Bible study provide opportunities for spiritual growth.
- Participation as worship assistants and in various musical ensembles provide youth and adults with leadership roles in worship as we gather to hear the Word of God and celebrate the Lord’s Supper together.
- The Upper Perkiomen Child Care Center – a weekday educational ministry of the congregation – provides a caring, loving and Christian atmosphere which supports the growth of the whole child in relationship to adults, other children and God, and encourages each child to develop a positive self-image, while respecting and caring for others, the community and all parts of God’s world.
- Community service through scouting programs and support of organizations like The Open Line bring youth and adults together in meaningful ways.
- Together we regularly explore new opportunities where youth and adults can grow spiritually as members of this faith community.