Fall 2017 Gatherings. Find out what’s happening at St. Paul’s this fall and ways you can connect, serve, worship, and learn within this community of faith. www.stpaulshouston.org/gatherings

Sunday School

Many of our adults participate in various Sunday morning classes. Learn more about Sunday School options.

Weekday Studies


St. Paul's worship is very traditional with an emphasis on liturgy. The Lectionary forms the basis for planning our worship experience.  Several weekday groups study the Bible following the Revised Common Lectionary for the coming Sunday. These groups are open for anyone to join at any time.    

Tuesdays | Lectionary Bible Study led by Dr. Matt Russell, in J-211 at noon

Wednesdays | Men’s Lectionary Bible Study led by Rev. Tommy Williams, in Fondren Lounge at 7 am

Thursdays | Women’s Lectionary Bible Study led by Rev. Barbara Roberson in J-203 at 9 am

Disciple Bible Studies

These intensive Bible studies are offered once a year starting in September and lasting through May. It's an opportunity for deep growth in the company of others seeking the same. 

Tuesday Friends

Enjoys discussions and studies of historical religious figures such as John Wesley, John Calvin, Dietrich Bonhoeffer and Martin Luther. They meet on Tuesdays in J-203 at 1 pm.

Young Adults

The Living Room

Our Sunday class for young adults in their 20s and 30s aims to be an environment where newcomers and regulars all feel welcome (like a living room!) as we explore faith and living together. Topics are curated by the class and led by both clergy and fellow young adults. In the past, the class has studied the life & theology of St. Paul, faith and art, and spiritual disciplines. We meet 10–10:45 am in S-105 beneath the Sanctuary.  


We go out to lunch after the 11:05 service twice a month. 


St. Paul’s Moms
Facilitators: Jennifer West and others
Location: St. Paul’s, J-202
Dates: 2nd & 4th Wednesdays (9:30–11 am)
Fellowship, prayer, scripture study and relationship building for moms with children of all ages and stages. Breakfast and childcare provided. More details: jwest@stpaulshouston.org.

Senior Adults

St. Paul's Primetimers

Primetimers is an activity-based group for adults age 60 and older. Check out the Primetimers newsletter - December 2017

St. Paul's Primetimers listen to Dr. John Lienhard, creator of Houston Public Media's Engines of our Ingenuity

St. Paul's Primetimers listen to Dr. John Lienhard, creator of Houston Public Media's Engines of our Ingenuity

Meetings. The group meets on the second Thursday of most months. Programs range from speakers to musical artists. Information about each of these meetings can be found in the Events section. The gathering usually begins in Fondren Hall at 10:30 am with light refreshments and the program begins at 11 am. (Exception: When the Primetimers' meeting is the same day as a 12:15 pm Lenten Recital, the schedule usually is moved up to begin at 10 am with the program at 10:30 and lunch at 11:30.)

An $8 lunch is served at noon to those who have made a reservation. To eat lunch with the group, please RSVP within two weekdays prior to the meeting via 713-528-0527 or info@stpaulshouston.org 

The programs are free of charge, and anyone is welcome to attend, regardless of church membership or age. 

Day Trips. The group periodically goes on on day trips to a variety of fun and interesting places. Information about these day trips can be found in the Events section.

Calendar. The meeting and day-trip schedule into early 2018 follows:


  • January 18. Day trip to Space Center Houston for Destination Moon: The Apollo 11 Mission Exhibit. 9:30 am-2:30 pm. Private tour of the exhibit celebrating the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing and showcasing the Apollo 11 command module,which is on loan from the Smithsonian for the first time since 1971. Cost: $15. RSVP by Tuesday, January 9, to nina@stpaulshouston.org or 713-528-0527 x 113.
  • February 8. Program: Buffalo Bayou Partnership. This is a non-profit organization working to revitalize and transform the Buffalo Bayou with redevelopment and stewardship of the waterfront as a natural resource. Program free. $8 lunch for those who RSVP by February 6 to nina@stpaulshouston.org or 713-528-0527 x113.

Senior Men 

Gather with us at 9 am on the third Thursday of each month for a self-pay breakfast and fellowship time at the IHOP on U.S. 59 access road, near Kirby. (2515 Southwest Freeway 77098) All senior men are welcome and no reservations are required.

For more information about Senior Adult activities, contact the church office at 713-528-0527 or email Nina Hall, St. Paul's Primetimers assistant, at nina@stpaulshouston.org.

United Methodist Women (UMW)

The purpose of United Methodist Women is to know God and to experience freedom as whole persons through Jesus Christ, to develop a creative, supportive fellowship, and to expand concepts of mission through participation in the global ministries of the church. For more information contact the church via 713-528-0527 or info@stpaulshouston.org.

The group meets in Abraham Station on the third Tuesday of the month from 10:30 to 12:30 pm. All women (church members or not) are welcome to attend any or all meetings of UMW. Free baby-sitting/nursery service is available at the church. Reservations are required via childcare@stpaulshouston.org.

St. Paul's UMW holds a used book sale each year during the fall with the proceeds going to selected missions opportunities.