50 Minute Forums
These monthly forums focus on building awareness of the application of our Christian faith in the context of our broad community. Each month Engages a different topic as presented by community leaders. They take place from 11 am to 12 pm on scheduled Sundays.
Today Episcopalians come from an increasing diverse collection of Christians from varied backgrounds (70 percent come to us from other traditions) who gather around shared convictions about prayer, liturgy, church government, and – most importantly – the life and ministry of Jesus Christ. The Episcopal Church is a place that welcomes random questions and eccentric personalities. We’re a peculiar people whose spiritual arc bends more towards boundless hope and a reasonable faith than hardened surety and entrenched absolutism. Our Inquirers Classes briefly address the foundational issue of who the Episcopal Church is and the convictions that hold Episcopalians together, offering a stimulus for conversation among us. They take place twice per year (summer and winter) and are especially geared to those new the Episcopal Church and/or St. Paul’s.
Women's & Men's Bible Study
St. Paul’s participates in Community Bible Study (CBS). CBS is an inter-denominational Bible study for women and children interested in learning about God’s Word, and has been adapted for a Men’s group in Steamboat Springs, too. Our goal is that each member feels cared for and loved, no matter their background, education, church involvement, ethnicity, or economic status. It’s a wonderful opportunity to grow in faith, meet others in our Steamboat community, and experience oneness in Christ as we learn more about God’s life changing Word. The women’s group meets Thursday’s, 9-11 am and the men’s group meets Thursday’s, 6-8 pm. Both groups meet at Concordia Lutheran Church.
For more information, please contact Lori Harrington at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Daughter's of the King
The Order of the Daughters of the King is an Order for women whose mission is the spread of Christ’s Kingdom, especially among women and girls, through prayer, service, and evangelism. St. Paul’s DOK chapter – the chapter of St. Claire of Assisi – meets the first Monday of the month (May-October), 5:30-7:30 pm, and the first Saturday of the month (November-April), 9:30-11:30 am.
Throughout the course of the liturgical year, St. Paul’s offers studies appropriate to the liturgical season (i.e. Lent and Advent book studies). For more information on seasonal offerings, and up to date information on all the above offerings, please subscribe to St. Paul’s weekly eNews by clicking here