To contact us about any of the below ministries, please call our Outreach Coordinator, Amy Marmion, at 336-294-4696, ext. 226. She can direct your call to the appropriate ministry coordinator.
For a brief description of each group click on a group title.
Contact Susan Rabold at 294-9270 ext. 217.
Cub Scout Pack 107
The mission of the Boy Scouts of America is to prepare young people to make ethical choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law. The pack meets September-May. Tigers are in 1st grade, Wolves in 2 nd grade, Bears in 3 rd grade, and Webelos in 4th and 5th grades. Contact: Bob Lisk . For more information visit the pack’s web site or the web site of the Boy Scouts of America or the site of the Old North State Council.
Contact: Tracy Vance or Susan Rabold at 294-9270 ext. 217.
- Co-op Nursery
The Nursery is not currently open. We are looking for someone to head this important ministry. Please call the office if you are interested at 336-294-4696.
The Nursery was open for the 10:30 am mass on Sundays. It is also open during the 9:30 am Sunday Faith Formation classes, in between the 8:30 and 10:30 masses. We are still in need of volunteers to assist with this important ministry.
The Nurserywas open to children 4 weeks-4 years old. It is available to all families who need care for their children while they attend mass or attend/teach classes. Parents must remain at the church while their children are in the Nursery. Children must be signed in and out by a parent (or older sibling with parent consent).
The Nursery was a time for children to freely explore and play in a safe, nurturing environment. Please make sure your child has any items that may be needed during this time. This may include diapers, wipes, a change of clothes, bottle, cup, etc. We can provide water from the sink/fountain if needed, but snacks will not be provided during this short period of time. If your child has any special needs or anything the caregivers should know, please share this with them so they are well-prepared to care for your child. Please do not bring your child to the Nursery if he/she is sick.
An adult caregiver will be in the Nursery at all times. All adults are required to complete the Protecting God’s Children course, as well as a background check. Youth caregivers are not required to take the course, but they can only volunteer with an adult present.
If you have any questions or concerns, or if you are interested in volunteering please contact Mary Smith.
Mary Smith, Director of Faith Formation – 336-294-4696 x225
- Kingdom Kids
A Mothers’ Co-op designed for children ages 3-5. The group meets twice a week during the school year from 9:00 A.M. to 12:00 P.M. It provides the children with a structured learning atmosphere, which enables them to grow spiritually, intellectually, socially and emotionally, and provides mothers with a support network and involvement in their children’s early development and growth. Contact Amy Marmion, at 336-294-4696, ext. 226. She can direct your call to the appropriate ministry coordinator.
- Fellowship Sunday
Here is an opportunity to join other parishioners after Mass for fellowship and refreshments. Held once a month. Hosts are needed.
If you have any questions or concerns, or if you are interested in volunteering please contact Amy Marmion 336-294-4696, ext 226.
- The Yarn Ladies
Formerly known as the Prayer Shawl Ministry and the Wild and Wooly Knitters. Those two wonderful groups combined to gather to knit and crochet baby items, hats and scarfs for the Women’s Hospital and our Food Pantry as well as prayer shawls for those who are ill or are in need of special prayers. They meet the second Tuesday of each month.
Prayer Shawls are knitted or crocheted though they can be woven, sewn or quilted. The knitter, for example, begins each shawl with prayers for the recipient. Intentions are continued as the shawl is created. When the shawl is completed it is offered a final blessing before being presented. These shawls may be given as comfort at a time of illness, bereavement or at the time of marriage, birth or at other occasions that allow us to minister to another’s need for care and comfort. As our gift is given, some recipients choose to continue the kindness by making a shawl and passing it on to someone in need. In this way the blessing flows from person to person and both givers and receivers feel the unconditional embrace of a sheltering, loving God. For additional information you may wish to visit www.shawlministry.com. Contact: Amy Marmion at 336-294-4696, ext. 226.
- Meal Ministry
Volunteers are needed to provide meals for parishioners after the birth of a baby, after surgery or hospitalization or during a crisis. For more information contact Amy Marmion at 336-294-4696 ext. 226.
- Bridge Group
The Bridge Group brings together avid Bridge players for a season of fun-filled and exciting Bridge in a relaxed social atmosphere. To sign up for the season, contact Amy Marmion, at 336-294-4696, ext. 226. She can direct your call to the appropriate ministry coordinator.
- Grief Support Group
The process of mourning, expressed through grief, will be discussed and shared with those what have suffered a loss in their lives. Meets twice a year for six sessions. Contact Amy Marmion, at 336-294-4696, ext. 226. She can direct your call to the appropriate ministry coordinator..
- Funeral Reception Volunteers
Help is needed to serve food provided by the family of the deceased after the funeral and to clean up after the reception. Contact Amy Marmion, at 336-294-4696, ext. 226. She can direct your call to the appropriate ministry coordinator.
- Commission Member
Entrusted with insuring that our parish is a house welcome to all.
For information contact Amy Marmion, at 336-294-4696, ext. 226. She can direct your call to the appropriate ministry coordinator.
- Senior Ministry
Our Senior Ministry program is guided by a Leadership Team of about ten senior adults. Our purpose is to provide an atmosphere where we can all enjoy food, fun and friendship. We offer a time for pure socialization along with a fine midday lunch. There is no membership requirement other than buying a ticket for your meal and asking a friend to join you for the occasion. All are welcome to contribute their talents to making these occasions memorable.
Upcoming luncheon dates:
TBA – Postponed due to Covid-19 restrictions. Stay safe and well all!
St. Paul’s is a supporter of the Shepherd’s Center of Greensboro which has many wonderful activities for seniors. If you do not already receive their quarterly newsletter which contains information about upcoming activities, go to shepctrg.org and fill out the box at the bottom of the page to automatically receive all newsletters by email.
In the meantime if you would like to contact us, click here.
- Separated and Divorced Support Group
Join a confidential, spirit-filled group who may be experiencing what you are. Any age, any stage welcome! Please see the bulletin (Click Here) to confirm meeting date/location for this monthly meeting.
Click here for more info or to request a childcare reservation in advance. *(While we will do everything we can to accommodate childcare requests, a minimum of 5 days’ notice is preferred.)
- Pilates Excercise Class
Wednesdays at 9:30 am, September through May
in the Parish Life Center
This low impact exercise concentrates on developing your body’s core strength in order to tone muscles, improve posture, flexibility, as well as increase circulation and cardiovascular strength.
Wear comfortable cloths and bring a towel and/or exercise mat.
Donations for St. Paul the Apostle will be accepted.
For more information or to register, please contact Terry at 336-644-3640.
- Kids Consignment Sale
Want to MAKE MONEY and SAVE MONEY? Join us for our Kids Consignment Sale.To Consign or Volunteer Click Here.
Mark your calendars for the Spring/Summer 2023 Sale, March 3-4!