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Our Mission
As the Church, we are called to minister to and nurture the spiritual, emotional, and developmental needs of our children, youth, and families. Through our weekly faith formation groups, at-home resources, inclusive worship, and multigenerational emphasis, we hope to empower them to receive and respond to the liberating, life-giving love of Christ; in themselves, their communities, and the world.
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Infant/Toddler Playgroup  (Ages 0-3 & Caregivers)

Sundays in the Great Hall, 11:45-12:15 pm 

Effective January 12th, 2022: Due to the surge of COVID cases and the vulnerability of this age group, our Infant/Toddler Playgroup will not meet for the next several months. 

Using sensory play activities, our youngest parishioners and their caregivers explore different Bible stories or topics each week. This brief and enriching, this program is a great opportunity for parents and caregivers to connect with each other, their children, and their faith.

Middle School Youth Group (Grades 6-8)

Wednesdays, 5:00-6:00 pm, Christ Church Coronado (919 C Avenue, Coronado)

We strive to create a safe space for youth to explore scripture and ask questions. Each week, middle schoolers can expect enriching conversation, games, snacks, laughter, and the deep connection that comes from being fully ourselves. We meet on the campus of Christ Church Coronado, our partners in youth ministry.  

                    Kids Crew                        (Grades Pre-K to 5th)

Sundays in the Family Ministry Room (3rd Floor), 11:45-12:30 

Emphasizing curiosity and wonder and rooted in the rhythm of the liturgical year, children explore stories from the Bible and matters of faith through a curated array of activity stations suited for all types of learners. Parents are always welcome to join us as we explore and grow in faith together.

High School Youth Group (Grades 9-12)

Wednesdays, 6:30-7:30 pm, Christ Church Coronado (919 C Avenue, Coronado)

Aligning with our church’s mission to love Christ, serve others, and welcome all, we strive to create a safe, inclusive, and engaging community where youth will know that they are never alone. We meet weekly on the campus of Christ Church Coronado, our partners in youth ministry. 

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Meet Our Family Minister, Maya

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Maya Little-Saña first began attending St. Paul’s in 2014 as a member of the youth group and has been on staff since August 2017. She currently attends San Diego State University and will graduate in 2022 as a Religious Studies Major and Social Work Minor. She is passionate about intergenerational ministry and is curious about ways we can promote lifelong discipleship in the church. In her free time, she loves film photography, riding her bicycle, and engaging with social justice issues. 

Dean’s Letter: The Shape of our Liturgy

Hello St Paul’s, Anyone who attends an Episcopal Sunday service more than once or twice knows that we have a certain structure to our worship services. The Book of Common Prayer is a great treasure, not least because it provides this structure, so that clergy don’t have to invent the service from whole cloth each

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In Community There is Strength

From our Simpler Living creation care ministry:Coming on the tail of Bishop Susan’s compelling statement on the climate emergency, this Yes! Magazine article is especially helpful. You can join Simpler Living or one of the many groups forming to act on climate change. The most important thing is to get empowered – and together is even better, not only

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The Sunday Sermon: Do you want to be made well?

May 22, 2022 Sixth Sunday of EasterPenelope Bridges As I went down to the river to prayStudying about that good ol’ wayAnd who shall wear the starry crownGood Lord, show me the way O sisters, let’s go downLet’s go down, come on downO sisters, let’s go downDown to the river to pray. Traditional American Hymn

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Bishop Curry’s Message, Support Indian Boarding schools & Prayer

From Our Sacred Ground in Action Committee (SGIA): First, we mourn the tragic deaths and suffering from the shootings in Buffalo, NY and Orange County this past week.  Click here to read Presiding Bishop Michael Curry’s Pastoral Statement. Action: The Episcopal Public Policy Network asks: Please take this moment to contact your members of Congress to urge the passage of

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Landscaping, Action & Prayer

From our Simpler Living creation care ministry: Register for this free Zoom program sponsored by Stay Cool for Grandkids, May 26 from 6:30 – 7:30 pm.  Three experts will offer nature-based solutions like community gardens, backyard gardens, and water harvesting systems as a way to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and increase the resilience of our water

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Because of you, we can continue to serve as a center of transformative love, faith and service!

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