SPIRITUAL GROWTH FOR ALL AGES
Spiritual Growth programs include a number of wonderful opportunities for children, youth, families and adults to gather for fun, learning and building deep relationships.
St. Paul's has youth programs for ages 4-13 and 14+. Kid’s Church classes will take place during the 10:30 AM service (after children's time) where children will be taught the lesson of the day in age appropriate groups (crafts, drama activities, creative writing and multi-media creations will be used to help comprehension in lessons). The Kids' Church program also provides opportunities for kids to participate in special events such as the Christmas pageant and Camp Awesome in the summer.
Small groups at St. Paul's let you experience new relationships, deepening trust and a chance to use your spiritual gifts as you move forward along your spiritual path. Whether it's meditation, yoga, enquiry, book study or any other group, you'll find you're not alone on the journey, and you'll learn something new.
The Learning Circle meets once a week to discuss current topical books such as John Pentland's Fishing Tips. Members enjoy open, honest discussion in a safe and spirit-filled environment, creating a sense of community and empowering ongoing learning.
sunday women's group
A spiritual community committed to seeing justice in the world through sharing, learning and growing together. Meetings occur in a supportive environment of mutual respect and confidentiality. This group meets on the last Sunday of each month at 12 noon.
Smiling Mountain Yoga with Dorothy Robichaud offers two classes per week: Chair Yoga for those with movement restrictions and a gentle Hatha Yoga class on floor mats.
Girl Guides of Canada offers a weekly meeting for girls ages 5-6 (Sparks).
There are several 12-Step programs meeting weekly at St. Paul's.
Orillia Music Centre offers weekly music lessons on different instruments.
For more information about these and other programs happening at St. Paul's you are welcome to contact the office and we can provide the appropriate referrals.