St. Paul's Newnan offers many ways for adults to get involved, and we welcome you to come take a closer look at our offerings:
Daughters of The King:
The Daughters of the King is a prayer ministry open to the women of St. Paul’s. Evangelism, prayer, and service are our main goals. Any person can ask a Daughter to pray for them, for any reason, and we will continue to do so for 30 days. The Daughters generally meet the first Sunday of every month, after the 10:30 service. If you are interested in joining us, please contact the president, Dawn Harrison.
The St. Paul’s Men’s Club was formed in 2007. The Men’s Club meets one Sunday a month at 6:00 p.m. for dinner and fellowship and is open to all St. Paul's men and their guests. We host an annual BBQ sale & fundraiser, have prayerful conversations, and more! Contact Bob Heaberlin for more information.
Cooks Who Care:
Cooks Who Care is an outreach of love toward those who have life-changing events in their families, such as new babies, times of sickness, or times of sorrow. We provide meals during these times to show our love, support, and prayers for those in need. The ministry members have monthly cook-offs and come together to prepare a variety of meals for parishioners in need of support. Contact Linda Tudor if you know someone with a need or would like to join the team!
Women’s Book Club:
St. Paul's women's book club meets monthly on the 3rd Thursday of each month to discuss a variety of books, chosen yearly by the membership. We have a fun Christmas party and enjoy wine and light snacks as we discuss the books we read. Contact Susan Payne with questions.
Foyers Groups bring small groups of parishioners together to share meals and fellowship. Groups have autonomy to decide on meeting times and places, and the groups aren't intended to do anything other than give members a chance to connect and get to know each other more deeply. Contact Marianne Lawhead or more information here.
St. Paul's women meet yearly at places such as Callaway Gardens to enjoy spiritual fellowship through artistic endeavors, nature hikes, and just hanging out eating great food! Information about the yearly retreat will be available through the Lamp, church bulletin, and website updates.
“Let the message about Christ, in all its richness, fill your lives. Teach and counsel each other with all the wisdom he gives. Sing psalms and hymns and spiritual songs to God with thankful hearts.” Colossians 3:16