305 West Seventh Street at Pine Chattanooga, Tennessee 37402
(423) 266-8195

Office Hours
Monday through Friday
8:30 am to 4:30 pm

Service Times

Christian Education: Adults

 

Easter Speaker Series:
Practicing Resurrection

Sundays at 9:15 a.m. in Huckabay Hall

In Easter, our theme will be practicing resurrection.
Our speakers will help us consider ways we can live into the hope and joy of Easter.

April 23: Practicing Forgiveness, The Rev. Tom Ward
April 30: Practicing Reconciliation, The Very Rev. Walter Brownridge
May 7: Parish Forum with The Rt. Rev. George Young
May 14: Practicing Gratitude, St. Paul’s Youth
May 21: Practicing Evangelism, The Rev. Leigh Preston

Faith & Families

Sundays at 9:15 a.m. in the Ava Wright Room

For parents of children of all ages.

St. Paul’s Inquirers Class

Sunday, March 5 – Sunday, April 23 at 9:15 a.m. in the Miller Room

St. Paul’s Inquirers Class prepares adults for Confirmation or Reception into the Episcopal Church and welcomes them into the life of St. Paul’s Church. New members who just want to learn more, or long-time members who want a refresher, may also find the class helpful and interesting. Topics include Church History, Anglican Theology, The Book of Common Prayer, and Mission & Ministry of the Church. For more information, please contact the Rev. Leigh Preston: preston@stpaulschatt.org.

The Bible Challenge

Small Groups meet selected times at St. Paul’s

The Bible Challenge is a program designed to help people engage in the thoughtful and intentional practice of reading the Bible. By following a prescribed schedule, participants will be able to read through the entire Bible in on year. On average, there are three chapters of the Old Testament, one psalm, and one chapter from the New Testament assigned for each day, and it should only take about 15 to 30 minutes of daily reading. Small groups support participants in the challenge, and to help foster relationships among parishioners. Email the Rev. Leigh Preston at preston@stpaulschatt.org for more information.

Education for Ministry (EfM)

Small Groups meet selected times at St. Paul’s

Every baptized person is called to ministry. The Education for Ministry (EfM) program provides people with the education to carry out that ministry. Lay persons face the difficult and often subtle task of interpreting the richness of the church’s faith in a complex and confusing world. They need a theological education which supports their faith and also teaches them to express that faith in day-to-day events. As the emphasis on lay ministry has grown, EfM has come to play an important role by providing a program that develops an informed and knowledgeable laity. Email the Rev. Quinn Parman at parman@stpaulschatt.org for more information.