Community at ST. PAUL'S

The greatest need of ALL children is to know and cherish the infinite value of God. We want our children to treasure Jesus alone as the One who saves and satisfies the heart. ST. PAUL'S welcomes children as a vital part of the church community. We strive to provide a safe and loving environment for all of our children as we take seriously our partnership with parents in nurturing their children in their relationship with God through age appropriate activities.
QUESTIONS?

DONNA LOVE
CHILDREN'S DIRECTOR

ST PAUL'S offers a range of ministries and activities for your high school and middle school students with a goal of working with parents to achieve this end. From camps and road trips to weekly Bible studies and large group meetings, there are numerous ways for your teen to get involved in the life of the church and to grow in his or her love of God. Our Sunday school and youth group teaching materials are targeted at the issues of today's youth. We desire to deepen the student's understanding of Scripture and its application.

QUESTIONS?

PATRICK HARDWIG
YOUTH DIRECTOR


"Men of ST. PAUL'S" includes all men who call ST. PAUL'S their church home. It is our desire to provide the opportunity for men to build authentic relationships with other men while growing in the Lord. Believing that we need each other to walk circumspectly in this world, rightly applying the Word of God to every aspect of our lives, we provide multiple opportunities for men to enter into relationship with other men in study, service to others, and fun times together.
QUESTIONS?

DEREK CAZEL
DIRECTOR OF MINISTRIES

The women's ministry of ST. PAUL'S exists to fulfill our Biblical role as women in the church. Our focus is to encourage and equip women to understand sound Biblical doctrine and to teach love for the church, Christ's body. We hope to exhort women to live effectively in their role as Christian women in the church, the home and the community. All women are welcome to be part of our Bible studies that meet on Tuesdays (morning and evening) throughout the school year.
QUESTIONS?

CRISTI MANSFIELD
WIC DIRECTOR



Building community is a key component of life in the church. If we are going to learn, grow, and live and serve together we need to know one another, which means spending time together in a variety of contexts. Home Groups bring together people who enjoy good fellowship, food, discussion, prayer and service. These groups meet in homes throughout the Orlando area to foster a sense of community and to reduce travel time and distance.
QUESTIONS?

DEREK CAZEL
DIRECTOR OF MINISTRIES

An important part of life at ST. PAUL'S is regular and ongoing mercy ministry. We seek to serve needy members of our congregation and sister congregations, selected ministries, our neighborhood and the surrounding community in a way that promotes broad involvement by families and individuals of all ages. We plan and organize three Saturday community outreach days each year during which we undertake various projects..
QUESTIONS?

RICK MADSEN
SERVICE COORDINATOR

Biblical, historical and traditional music has been, and will continue to be, a primary vehicle of expression in public worship. Music uniquely combines both intellect and affections, allowing us to worship God with our entire being; mind, heart, sould spirit and body. We desire people of all ages to express their love for Christ and gratitude towards God through the use of their musical gifts. Choirs for children, youth and adults afford singers a wonderful opportunity for worship and fellowship.
QUESTIONS?

RONALD OWEN
CHANCEL CHOIR & INSTRUMENTALISTS

Free individual, marital and family counseling is now offered to St. Paul's Church families from licensed Mental Health Counselor, Louise Holzhauer, M.A., LMHC, LMFT or Cary Smith, MDiv, M.A. After the first three sessions, we suggest a modest donation. Please contact Louise at 407-619-2556 OR Cary 407-450-6894.

APPOINTMENTS

LOUISE HOLZHAUER
CARY SMITH

COUNSELORS