St. Paul’s Youth Group (SPYG)

St. Paul’s Youth Programs!

Middle School and High School Youth

There are a number of ways that teens can connect at Saint Paul’s.  Many of our youth serve as acolytes and youth readers at our 9:30am services.  This is a great way to take part in the services, learn more about our traditions and do volunteer work in our community.

Additionally we have select youth activities throughout the year including swim parties, outdoor adventures, educational series, volunteer work projects and more.

You can contact Sean Potts for dates and more information - spotts [at] stpaulswc [dot] org or 925-934-2324.

 

 

Support our Youth Flood Relief Work

in West Virginia

This July our high school youth will travel to West Virginia to do cleanup, landscaping and construction in the communities devastated by last year’s floods.  It will cost about $4400 to send our 3 participants on the trip and you can help us make it happen by making a donation.  Checks can be written to Saint Paul’s with HSIT (High School Immersion Trip) in the memo line and sent to the attention of Sean Potts at 1924 Trinity Avenue, Walnut Creek, CA 94596.  Please include your email and mailing address so we can thank you and let you know how the trip went.  You can follow our trip (July 30-August 7) at https://www.facebook.com/gawdsqwad/.

 

Spirit Service for Every Generation

for the Whole Family

These are special services created to engage and inspire people of all ages.  Past Spirit Services have included sacred dance, interactive sermons, lively music and down-to-earth service language.  It’s an opportunity for the whole family to worship together in new and creative ways.  Our upcoming Spirit Service dates are…

June 25

August 27

November 5

and

January 7, 2018

 

 

Family Camp

For the Whole Family

7/16-28/2017

For many people, St. Paul’s Family Camp is the quintessential part of their summer relaxation and recreation. As many as 100 people gather over a two-week period at a private site on the Eel River in Garberville (200 miles north of Walnut Creek) for daily conversation, games, sharing of meals, chores, campfires and singing, bridge, crafts for all ages and a Sunday service. It is an all-ages opportunity to get to know other church families better. Many newcomers have attended and become faithful Eel River fans.  Lots of families choose to attend the ‘middle weekend’ of the two weeks (July 21st to July 23rd).

For more information about any of these events please contact Sean Potts – spotts [at] stpaulswc [dot] org or 925-934-2324.