Saturday, July 31, 2021

Friday, July 23, 2021

The Sneetches

 Hello Friends...

This week's Passport Message is about the star bellied sneetches.  It is a great lesson in embracing who God made us! 

Passport to Wonder Message

I hope you enjoy the message!!! 

Friday, June 25, 2021

On Vacation

 Hello wonderful St. Paul's Families!  

I am going to be on vacation until July 12th.  Passport messages will continue as normal and you will be able to access all resources on the blog!  I hope you have a wonderful couple of weeks! I am looking forward to coming back all restored and ready for a great rest of summer!  Enjoy your fun Dr. Seuss color sheets for the next couple of weeks!  

Thursday, June 17, 2021


Happy Summer St. Paul's Families!

WE DID IT!  Congratulations on a successful school year!  I am so proud of the perseverance shown by all!  Congrats to our graduates...seniors, eighth graders, fifth graders and Kinder grads!  

We are excited about summer here at St. Paul's!  Join us for online worship OR in person worship on Sunday mornings! 

Don't forget to register for VBS!  It is a family affair this year and going to be ahhh-mazing! 

Register Here:  

Have a wonderful, restorative, fun summer!  

With Love,
Your St. Paul's Team


Friday, May 14, 2021

In-Person Church

 Hello Families!!  

I just want to give you a little update as to where we are as far as Children's Activities at St. Paul's.  I am working on opening the nursery.  We are shooting for a beginning of June opening but it will depend on successfully on-boarding two new employees.  I am also working on securing volunteers for a Sunday school start.  Please email me if you would like to volunteer:  

May God's Blessings surround you today and always!

Friday, April 9, 2021

SPRING...Happy Easter!

 Happy Easter my wonderful St. Paul's friends!  I hope you had a chance to celebrate our Risen Christ! 

We are celebrating all things new again this week in our Passport to Wonder message.  I hope you will join me for a tour of my front yard and all the beautiful parts of God's creation!  

Passport To Wonder Message April 11

Click here to find our Google Classroom 

Thursday, February 11, 2021

Time for ALL God's Children from Valentine's Day!

 Thanks everyone for your help putting this message together!  It was so great to see your faces!  

Way to go...I am so impressed with your scripture reading!  

Here is the link for you to see your awesome work!  

Time for All God's Children

Wednesday, January 27, 2021

Valentine's Day Project!

Hello Friends!  I am wanting to know what you favorite Bible verse is about love....and what it means to you!!!  
Here are a few examples....

Would you mind helping me to make Children's Time Special?  You can make a heart and decorate it or get one from outside my office that is wood and paint it.  On it, put your favorite bible verse.  Then have an adult video tape you reading and explaining your favorite verse.  It will be so fun and lots of people will get to see you...that will make a lot of people so happy!!!  


Friday, January 8, 2021

Happy 2021!

 Welcome back to our regular programming for Christian Formation here at St.Paul's!  I am so happy to be traveling with you into 2021!  As we continue with our stay at home order we will be resuming our on-line format.  So, each week in Mrs. Nesbitt's classroom you will find links to our Sunday school video as well as printable worksheets.  Our blog also contains family projects and ideas for mental health in our children.  We are busy working to usher in a meaningful season of Lent.  

Saturday, November 28, 2020

Virtual Living Room Launch!

 Week 1 of Advent

Hello friends!  As we move into Advent here is one way that we are going to connect.  We have virtual living rooms.  Each item in the living room will allow you to click and see a video or do an activity.  We hope you enjoy!  

Virtual Living Room Week 1

Advent Color Sheet

Jesus Gives Us Hope

Wednesday, November 18, 2020

'Home for the Holidays' Advent Activities at St. Paul's

Here at St. Paul's we are so excited to introduce "Home for the Holidays".  It is a box full of activities that you can register for and pick up on November 30th.  

Included you will get:

New Beginnings Box 

        (a reverse advent project that will allow you to create a food basket for someone in need)

Names of Jesus Advent count down that can adorn your home

Supplies to make your own Advent wreath at home. 

If you would like to know more you can watch this video: 

Watch Advent Video

You can register here to get your very own box....and even one for a neighbor or friend!! 

Thursday, October 29, 2020

Living a Life FILLED with Gratitude....

 October 29- is the time of year that we start thinking about being thankful.  Why does it take a weather change for us to be mindful of what we are grateful for?  I am unsure, but I love taking time with my family to chat about what we are truly thankful for.  It will be interesting to see how that list may have changed this year.  There are so many ways to show gratitude. 

 Here is an adorable link... to make your own turkey!  

Another fun and simple project is thankful jar...

or writing what you are grateful for on a pumpkin that sits in the middle of your table! 
It doesn't get easier than that!  

However you decided to show gratitude and teach your children to be grateful is wonderful.  It is a great reminder that the weather does not have to change for us to show we are grateful.  Wouldn't be fantastic if we lived a life or gratitude every single day of the year?  We can! 
  Let us remember.....

I would love to see the ways your family is choosing to show gratitude this season!  

Sunday, September 27, 2020

Happy Sunday!

 9-27-2020- Happy Sunday St. Paul's Families!  I am so happy that you have joined us today!  Thank you so much for those of you who have signed up for 'Kindness Kids'!  You should expect a surprise delivery this week!  For those of you who haven't signed up yet, feel free to reach out to me via email and sign up.  Here is the children's time video that will explain it a bit!