Tuesday Bible Study
This group comes together for study and fellowship every Tuesday at 10:30 am.
The St. Paul’s Fellowship Supper Club is a great way for new parishioners to meet others in the congregation or for folks that are not so new to branch outside their current circle of friends. Those interested in participating are assigned to a ‘circle’ made up of 8-10 people (couples and singles). The group meets for dinner (or brunch) once a month between Nov. 1 and March 31. A parishioner may host in their home or organize an outing to a restaurant (with each participant paying their own way). The host usually provides an entrée and simple beverages and other participants bring side dishes and dessert to share.
Discussing spirituality and holiness in a public, non-church setting on the 4th Thursday of the month from 6-7:30. People who want to explore spirituality in a more open environment. Our goal is to tap (pun intended) into our most essential desires – a yearning for a deeper relationship with the Triune God. Our weekly meeting will include discussion on such topics as; the mystery of God, spiritual hunger, holiness, and ancient spiritual practices.
Holy Hikes-Southern Indiana offers liturgical hikes on the second Saturday of the month. We meet at the trail-head at 9:00 am.
A Liturgical Hike is a celebration of a liturgy (i.e. church service) in the context of a hike. The services are stational, meaning we do the service throughout the entire hike with stations along the way. Although a ministry of St. Paul's Episcopal Church in New Albany, Indiana, you do not need to be an Episcopalian to participate. All are welcome to join in communion during the hike.
Depending on the location of the hike, dogs on leashes are welcome to attend. Hikes are usually two and a half to three miles in length.
St. Paul's has a prayer team that is committed to praying for the needs of the community on a daily basis. Prayer requests maybe be left at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Healing prayer is offered each Sunday during communion. Individuals are invited to come to the baptismal font for anointing with oil and prayers.