Children & Youth Ministry

Faith - Community - Family

Connecting Church and Home

Children are welcomed, loved and a vital part of our congregation


St. Paul's Youth (SPY) is a group for youth beginning in 6th grade. 

The youth participate in fun social activities as well as community service projects and church worship activities. 

  • The Youth sponsors are Chad and Andrea M. who will take the administrative lead to coordinate this ministry with parents and volunteers.
  • It will start with the youth participating in the confirmation and the primary meeting time will be Sundays during Sunday School.
  • The long-term vision of the youth ministry is to expand as the youth begin to bring friends to future youth meetings, regular activities, and service opportunities.
  • Chad and Andrea request your help, time, prayers, and are open to your suggestions as they move forward.  You can contact them at or click on their names above!

St. Paul's Youth (SPY)
is re-starting on
Sunday, 1/9/22
during Sunday School!

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Faith 5 is Coming to St. Paul’s!


What happens to kids who connect with their parents or grandparents

 just about every night for five to fifteen minutes before sleeping?

What paybacks are there for families

who share their highs and lows,


talking together,


 and blessing?

With such intentional care,

what psychological, neurological sociological and faith benefits

 can we hope to see?


FAITH5 (Faith Acts In The Home)

by Lutheran pastor, Dr. Rich Melheim,

 is an easy, short routine to implement the above practices into your home.

Stay tuned for more details about this proven practice!

 It’s coming to St. Paul’s in January 2022!


Bonnie Weinhold,

Sunday School Director

CONFIRMATION CLASS started up again in September 2021- please contact the church office or if you would like your child to attend or if you'd like more information.

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Mark 10:14 

"Let the children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of God belongs to them."