Education for Ministry program through Sewanee University of the South’s School of Theology is a study program led by Gwendolyn Gowing and Carolyn Jones. They meet weekly to study, share readings from their assignments and to work together. 


We meet the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 7:00 pm in classroom 108. We donate all our prayer shawls and baby blankets and hats to Salem Hospital. We also give prayer shawls to members of St. Paul's who are in need. All are welcome to join in. All skill levels are welcome. Just bring a desire to knit or crochet for others.
The morning men’s Bible study group meets every Wednesday morning from 8:00 am - 9:00 am for breakfast and Bible study. The group was established in the late 1970’s / early 1980’s and over the years has studied various books of the Bible, both Old and New Testaments. Typically, our daily lesson covers one chapter of a biblical book. However, we will occasionally focus on a current religious book or publication. We often reference material from the Internet, St. Paul’s library, or popular or current religious publications. We rotate our lesson leadership weekly on a volunteer basis. Occasionally, we have also invited guest speakers to join our meetings. 

We meet every Tuesday morning from 10:00 am to 11:00 am in Room 108. Our group size varies from 6-15 women. The group determines our area of study and our facilitators vary from within. The Women's Bible Study has grown in popularity, so an evening group for working women is being considered for the fall.

You will meet women of faith who are intelligent, funny, interesting and anything but boring. As we study we grow closer to God and to each other. Come, join us on our journey exploring God's word. Please bring your curiosity. All are welcome!