Oct
19
7:00 PM19:00

Brazos Bookstore: Anne Lamott

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Brazos Bookstore presents Anne Lamott, reading from her new book ALMOST EVERYTHING: NOTES ON HOPE. This event will take place on October 19 in the Sanctuary of St. Paul’s United Methodist Church. Doors open at 6:30 pm. The event starts at 7 pm.

Tickets are $20 plus tax to admit one person. Each ticket comes with a hardcover copy of ALMOST EVERYTHING. Lamott will be signing books after the event.

In this profound and funny book, Lamott calls for each of us to rediscover the nuggets of hope and wisdom that are buried within us that can make life sweeter than we ever imagined. Divided into short chapters that explore life’s essential truths, ALMOST EVERYTHING pinpoints these moments of insight as it shines an encouraging light forward. 

Anne Lamott is the author of the New York Times bestsellers Hallelujah AnywaySmall VictoriesStitchesHelp, Thanks, WowSome Assembly RequiredGrace (Eventually)Plan BBird by Bird; and Traveling Mercies, as well as several novels, including Imperfect Birds and Rosie. She is a past recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship and an inductee to the California Hall of Fame.

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Oct
21
4:00 PM16:00

Rob Landes Concert

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Rob Landes, always a popular performer and entertainer, will perform in concert at St. Paul's on Sunday, October 21, at 4 pm. This will be a benefit fundraiser for the Michael Dowd lectures in November.

A native Houstonian, Rob Landes’ playing has taken him from the United States and Canada, to Norway and many parts of Europe. Landes is widely known as a pianist, organist, harpist, arranger, conductor, and published composer. He has done musical arrangements for Liza Minnelli and Marilyn Maye, as well as conducted the Count Basie Orchestra and the Buddy Rich Band in concert.

Admission is free; donations are gladly accepted.

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Oct
21
5:30 PM17:30

Parents PRAY: Roundtable discussion

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Parents Roundtable

Due to an unavoidable scheduling conflict, Angela Koreth’s visit will be postponed. Instead, tonight will be a roundtable discussion about successes and failures in steering kids in the right direction while letting them find their own path. Parents of children and youth of all ages are invited. Fellers Room (S-312) at 5:30 pm.

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Oct
24
6:00 PM18:00

Brazos Bookstore: Yuyi Morales

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This event is free! Please join us in Fondren Hall at St. Paul’s United Methodist Church for a special off-site kids’ event.

In 1994, 25-year-old YUYI MORALES traveled from her home in Xalapa, Mexico, to the San Francisco Bay Area with her two-month-old son, Kelly, in order to secure permanent residency in this country. Her passage was not easy and she spoke no English whatsoever. But due in large measure to help and guidance provided by area children’s librarians, she learned English as her young son learned to read, through the picture books they shared together. In spare, lyrical verse and the vibrant images for which she has become legendary, Yuyi has created a lasting testament to the journeys, both physical and metaphorical, that she and Kelly have taken together in the intervening years. Beautiful and powerful at any time, but given particular urgency as the status of our own Dreamers becomes uncertain, this is a story that is both topical and timeless.

Born in Xalapa, Mexico, where she currently resides, YUYI MORALES lived for many years in the San Francisco Bay Area, where she still maintains close relations with booksellers and librarians. Professional storyteller, dancer, choreographer, puppeteer, and artist, she has won the prestigious *Pura Belpré Award for Illustration five times, for Just a Minute (2003), Los Gatos Black on Halloween (2006), Just in Case (2008), Niño Wrestles the World (2013), and Viva Frida (2014), which also was a Caldecott Honor Book.

*The Pura Belpré Award, established in 1996 in honor of the first Latina librarian at the New York Public Library, is presented annually to a Latino/Latina writer and illustrator whose work best portrays, affirms, and celebrates the Latino cultural experience in an outstanding work of literature for children and youth. It is co-sponsored by the Association for Library Service to Children and REFORMA, the National Association to Promote Library and Information Services to Latinos and the Spanish-Speaking.

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Oct
26
6:00 PM18:00

Kids Night Out

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Our popular Friday-night program for children 4 months to 5th grade includes a full schedule of games, crafts, play, snacks and supervised activities from 6 to 10:30 pm while parents enjoy an evening on their own. The cost is $25/child/night ($5/each additional sibling).  A light supper is served around 6:30. During December, this activity becomes Kids Day Out.

Kids Night/Day Out is available for families of St. Paul’s Church and School. Reservations, which are required due to limited space and staff, are accepted for each date up to two weeks in advance.

Please use this secure link to register and pay. For questions or special needs, please contact Ellen Edwards via eedwards@stpaulshouston.org.

 

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Oct
26
to Nov 18

All Saints Art Exhibition: "Ibraim in Santos"

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In commemoration of All Saints Day, Brazilian artist Ibraim Nascimento Santos will present a vibrant exhibition deeply rooted in his homeland's history and spiritual memory. Visitors to the gallery will be immersed in the cultural tradition of the Recôncavo region of Brazil—a place where the presence of saints infuses wisdom and whimsy into everyday life.

Inspired by his surname (Portuguese for saints), Santos depicts a series of halo-crested saints whose legendary lives and his community’s identity are intertwined. With exuberant brush strokes in vivid golds, blues, and reds, these portraits enliven the spiritual imagination so formative in Santos’ own experience.

An opening reception will be held on Friday, October 26 at 6 pm in the gathering area on the first floor of the Sanctuary Building. The exhibition is sponsored by St. Paul’s Diversity Vision Team.

For more about the artist, find him on Instagram @ibraimnascimento 

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Oct
28
4:00 PM16:00

Fall Fiesta 2018

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St. Paul’s annual Fall Fiesta, a community festival for all ages, will be held on the Plaza and Playground. There will be dozens of great activities, including carnival games, moonwalks, pony rides, facepainting, pumpkin decorating, prizes, craft stations, food, and music. Activity and concessions tickets may be purchased at the door ($10 for 25 tickets, cash only).

Visit or decorate the beautiful altar set up by the Fe y Esperanza community to celebrate Dia de los Muertos. All ages are invited to wear costumes and join our Costume Parade!

The fall festival unites our community for fellowship and fun—all ages from St. Paul’s church, Fe y Esperanza, St. Paul’s School, the After-School Program, Fine Arts Academy, MacGregor Elementary, and the wider community. Invite your neighbors and friends! 

Questions? Email Ellen Edwards, Director of Children's Ministry, via eedwards@stpaulshouston.org.

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Nov
4
12:15 PM12:15

Amazing Parents, Amazing Kids

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Does your child have developmental, emotional, medical or learning differences? This parent group is designed to provide a time of connection and mutual support.  

First Sunday of every month 12:15-1:30 pm in J-204. Childcare is provided, and attendees are encouraged to bring a brown-bag lunch. You do not have to be a member of St. Paul’s to attend.

The group is led by co-facilitators Helen Spaw, who holds a Masters in Art Therapy and Creativity from New York's Pratt Institute, and Jennifer West, who is working on a graduate degree in counseling.

RSVP and questions to Helen Spaw at hspaw@stpaulshouston.org

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Nov
4
4:00 PM16:00

Requiem for the Faithful Departed

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In recognition of All Saints Sunday, this service remembers the faithful departed through beautiful music, scripture, and prayer. John Rutter’s transcendent Requiem will be sung by St. Paul’s Choir, directed by Christopher Betts, and accompanied by chamber orchestra and organ. Free and open to the public. 


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Nov
5
12:00 PM12:00

Willing Friends Luncheon

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The annual Willing Friends luncheon honors individuals who have included St. Paul’s Foundation or St. Paul’s United Methodist Church in their estate plans. 

This year’s luncheon in Fondren Hall at noon on Monday, November 5, will feature special guest, Christopher Betts, Director of Music at St. Paul’s. He will be introducing himself, talking about St. Paul’s music program, and sharing plans for the future.

Current Willing Friends and those interested in learning more about the Willing Friends Society are invited to attend this special event. RSVP to Elisabet Cruz by October 31 at ecruz@stpaulshouston.org or 713-528-0527.

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Nov
6
11:30 AM11:30

Lunch Lecture by Dr. Ted Campbell, Theologian-in-Residence

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From Catholic Missions to a Catalyst of the Pentecostal Movement: Four Key Moments in Houston-Galveston Christianity

Ted A. Campbell is a historian, an award-winning author, and an ordained elder in The United Methodist Church. He has served as pastor of United Methodist congregations, and has taught at the Methodist Theological School in Ohio, Duke Divinity School, and Wesley Theological Seminary. He served as president of Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary from 2001 through 2005, and now serves as Professor of Church History at Perkins School of Theology at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas.

His published works include John Wesley and Christian Antiquity (1991), The Religion of the Heart (1991), Christian Confessions (1996), Methodist Doctrine (Abingdon Press, 1999), Christian Mysteries (2005), Charles Wesley: Life, Literature and Legacy (2007) co-edited with Kenneth G. C. Newport, The Gospel in Christian Traditions (2009), and Wesleyan Beliefs: Formal and Popular Expressions of the Core Beliefs of Wesleyan Communities (2010). His edition of the letters of John Wesley between 1756 and 1765 was published in 2015 as was another work entitled The Sky Is Falling, The Church Is Dying, and Other False Alarms.

RSVP to Elisabet Cruz by November 2 via ecruz@stpaulshouston.org or 713-528-0527.

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Nov
8
7:00 PM19:00

Brazos Bookstore: Wil Haygood

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Join us at St. Paul’s in Fondren Hall for an event celebrating Wil Haygood’s new book, Tigerland. This event is free and open to the public.

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From the author of the best-selling The Butler—an emotional, inspiring story of two teams from a poor, black, segregated high school in Ohio, who, in the midst of the racial turbulence of 1968/1969, win the Ohio state baseball and basketball championships in the same year.

1968 and 1969: Martin Luther King Jr. and Bobby Kennedy are assassinated. Race relations are frayed like never before. Cities are aflame as demonstrations and riots proliferate. But in Columbus, Ohio, the Tigers of segregated East High School win the baseball and basketball championships, defeating bigger, richer, whiter teams across the state. Now, Wil Haygood gives us a spirited and stirring account of this improbable triumph and takes us deep into the personal lives of these local heroes: Robert Wright, power forward, whose father was a murderer; Kenny Mizelle, the Tigers’ second baseman, who grew up under the false impression that his father had died; Eddie “Rat” Ratleff, the star of both teams, who would play for the 1972 U.S. Olympic basketball team. We meet Jack Gibbs, the first black principal at East High; Bob Hart, the white basketball coach, determined to fight against the injustices he saw inflicting his team; the hometown fans who followed the Tigers to stadiums across the state. And, just as important, Haygood puts the Tigers’ story in the context of the racially charged late 1960s. The result is both an inspiring sports story and a singularly illuminating social history.

WIL HAYGOOD is currently a Visiting Distinguished Professor in the department of media, journalism, and film at Miami University, Ohio. For nearly three decades he was a journalist, serving as a national and foreign correspondent at The Boston Globe, where he was a Pulitzer Prize finalist, and then at The Washington Post. He is the author The Butler: A Witness to History; Showdown: Thurgood Marshall and the Supreme Court Nomination That Changed America; Sweet Thunder: The Life and Times of Sugar Ray Robinson; In Black and White: The Life of Sammy Davis, Jr; Two on the River; King of the Cats: The Life and Times of Adam Clayton Powell Jr.; and The Haygoods of Columbus: A Family MemoirThe Butlerwas later adapted into the critically acclaimed film directed by Lee Daniels, starring Forest Whitaker and Oprah Winfrey. He has received a John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship, a National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship, and the 2017 Patrick Henry Fellowship Literary Award for his research on Tigerland. He lives in Washington, D.C.

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Nov
11
12:15 PM12:15

Churchwide Stewardship Luncheon

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You are invited to "All for the Common Good" Churchwide Stewardship Luncheon on Sunday, November 11, at 12:15 pm in Fondren Hall. 

Rev. Tommy Williams, senior pastor, will share about the milestones accomplished through St. Paul’s this year and where we anticipate God leading us in 2019. All are welcome to attend this informative and inspirational presentation while we enjoy lunch together.

Catered by Jim Benton of Houston, the meal will be served family-style. Enjoy pot roast with rich brown gravy, carrots and potatoes seasoned with fresh herbs, green salad, rolls, and apple caramel bread pudding for dessert. A vegan/vegetarian option will be available. Tickets to the luncheon are $10/person. Make your reservation online (deadline: Sunday, Nov. 4). Alternatively, you can make a reservation by stopping by the Welcome Table near the entrance of the Jones Building on Sundays, Oct. 21, Oct. 28, and Nov. 4.

While adults attend the luncheon, children (ages 3-5th grade) can participate in an Advent Art Festival with a free lunch provided. Youth (6th-12th grade) have the option to attend the luncheon or assist the younger ones with their art projects. Nursery care will be available for babies and toddlers.

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Nov
17
to Nov 18

Michael Dowd: "The Future Is Calling Us to Greatness"

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Rev. Michael Dowd will be the guest speaker for "The Future Is Calling Us to Greatness," a weekend lecture presented by the Kerley Endowment for Spiritual Advancement and Understanding at St. Paul's United Methodist Church. Rev. Dowd will speak on Saturday, Nov. 17, 9:30 am–2:30 pm, and again on Sunday, Nov. 18, 9:45–11 am, in Fondren Hall. 

Tickets for Saturday's event are $20, which includes a choice of box lunch, and the Sunday session is free, but space is limited. Childcare is also available upon request. Register online today!

Michael Dowd is an evolutionary theologian. He calls himself “an evidential mystic, a sacred realist, a Christian naturalist.” He graduated with honors from Palmer Seminary and has served as a United Church of Christ minister. Now he travels as an “evangelist for evolution,”  inspiring and empowering people of all ages and theological orientations to know real freedom, to live in deepest integrity, and to fulfill their evolutionary mission.

Dowd’s latest book, “Thank God for Evolution: How the Marriage of Science and Religion Will Transform Your Life and Our World,” has been endorsed by six Nobel Prize winners and will be for sale at the event.

Free parking is available across from the church at the corner of Binz and Fannin. Fondren Hall on the second floor of the Jones Building at St. Paul's United Methodist Church.

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Sep
16
to Sep 27

Holy Land Pilgrimage 2019

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Discover the Holy Land with a group from St. Paul’s who will be taking a pilgrimage September 16-27, 2019. This transformational experience will include visits to many of the places we’ve read about in the Bible and to understand them with greater depth and appreciation. Our group will walk in the footsteps of Jesus, touring the Galilee region (Nazareth, Tiberias, Capernaum, and Mount Hermon). We will travel south to the Dead Sea and visit Masada and Qumran (site of the Dead Sea scrolls). In Jerusalem, we will visit the Mount of Olives, walk the Palm Sunday Road, visit the Upper Room, as well as the House of Caiaphas, and the Via Dolorosa. We’ll spend time at the Western Wall, Church of the Holy Sepulchre and the Pool of Bethesda in the City of David. On our last day, we will visit Bethlehem, the Herodian, and Yad Veshem (Israel’s Holocaust Museum).

Reserve your spot today as they will fill up quickly! If you would like to sign up or have questions about the trip, please contact Rev. Andrew Wolfe via awolfe@stpaulshouston.org.

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Oct
17
7:00 PM19:00

Iconoclast Sessions

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Iconoclast Sessions are quarterly performance gatherings free and open to the public. This Session will feature Academic Poet Robin Davidson, former Houston Poet Poet Laureate and author of 'Luminous Other'. Our featured Community Poet will be Natasha Carrizosa, 2013 National Poetry Award for Multi-Cultural Poet of the Year and author of several projects – including heavy light, mejiafricana, and Of Fire and Rain (co-authored with Joaquin Zihuatanejo.)

In addition to introducing our students and community to a wide variety of literary expressions, Iconoclast Sessions create a context where communities that would not otherwise meet can begin to build relationships through the arts.

For more information visit www.IconoclastArtists.org

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Oct
16
7:00 PM19:00

Chapter One Book Group

The book for discussion October 16 is Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng.

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Chapter One Book Group is open to anyone who enjoys reading and discussing a wide variety of books. The group meets the third Tuesday of the month at 7 pm in J-202.

The book for discussion at the next meeting, November 20 will be Mrs. Lincoln's Dressmaker by Jennifer Chiaverini.

To be added to the email list for group notifications, please contact Linda Harmes at hblinda@hibit.com.

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Oct
14
4:00 PM16:00

Choral Evensong

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During Evensong, the weaving of words, music, and silence evoke in us a reverent spirit of worship. The liturgy traces its origin to the daily rites of the medieval church. 

The October 14 order of worship for this service will feature the music of Hans Leo Hassler, Sydney Watson and Charles Wood.

- Sung by: St. Paul’s Choir and St. Paul’s Choral Scholars
- Directed by: Christopher Betts and Eddie Quaid

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Oct
14
11:05 AM11:05

Third Graders to receive Bibles

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St. Paul’s follows the United Methodist tradition of giving third graders their very own Bibles as they become stronger readers and continue to grow in faith and understanding. The Bibles will be presented on Sunday, October 14, at the 11:05 am service.

This year the pastors will celebrate this occasion by also visiting the third graders in their homes to get to know the children better and to share a brief introduction to the incredible wisdom, joy and grace of God revealed in the Bible. 

For more information about this initiative, please email Rev. Andrew Wolfe via awolfe@stpaulshouston.org

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Oct
13
9:00 AM09:00

Tour de TAC bike ride

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St. Paul’s is organizing a team of bike riders to participate in Tour de TAC. Throughout the fall, United Methodists will be joining in bike tours across the region as a means of camaraderie and to talk about ways the United Methodist Church can better reach our mission field. Join us Saturday, Oct. 13 for our local Tour de TAC ride. We will meet at Grace UMC in the Heights at 9 am for a 25-mile loop—we look forward to seeing you there!

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Oct
13
8:30 AM08:30

Harvey Work Day

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In August 2017, the floodwaters of Hurricane Harvey displaced many Houstonians, and many are still not back in their homes. You can help Houston families rebuild and repair their homes by serving on a weekend work team. No prior experience needed; volunteers will be trained on how to do these repairs. For details, contact Amy Taylor, Director of Missions, via ataylor@stpaulshouston.org

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Oct
11
10:30 AM10:30

St. Paul's Primetimers

 Chase Untermeyer

Chase Untermeyer

Former U.S. ambassador to Qatar, Houston Chronicle reporter, and Republican member of the Texas House of Representatives, Chase Untermeyer will speak to the St. Paul’s Primetimers. He will expand on his writing that “our city has always welcomed anyone and everyone willing to work hard to build the community.”

Untermeyer now is founding chairman of the Qatar-America Institute, which aims to increase understanding of the important Qatari-American relationship in security, education, and energy. 

The gathering in Fondren Hall begins at 10:30 am with the free program at 11. An $8 lunch is served at noon to those who RSVP by October 9 to nina@stpaulshouston.org or 713-528-0527 x113.

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Oct
9
6:00 PM18:00

Rediscovering Ourselves One Year After Harvey

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Learn how to help yourself and those you care about through the integration of mind-body techniques. Together, we will explore how Harvey’s impact is still being felt and ways we can continue to heal. We will share simple and effective tools for dealing with stress and trauma.

This free, 8-week mind-body skills group will meet on Tuesdays, Oct. 9–Nov. 27 at 6 pm in the Parlor. Space is limited, so please RSVP to Kat Denton via kat@stpaulshouston.org.

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Oct
7
4:00 PM16:00

Blessing of the Animals

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To celebrate the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi, St. Paul’s will pray for all God’s creatures, great and small. Bring your pets (on leashes or in carriers). Music will be provided by the Children’s Choirs, and pet food donations will be collected for aniMeals on Wheels.

Date: Sunday, Oct. 7, 4 pm
Location: Plaza

 

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Oct
3
6:30 PM18:30

Healing Circle for Grief and Loss

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This series offers opportunities for connection and healing for those experiencing grief due to the loss—or anticipated loss—of a loved one.

Dates: 1st & 3rd Wednesdays, Sept. 19–Dec. 5; 6:30–8 pm
Facilitators: Kat Denton & Nanette Saha
Location: Fellers Room (S-312)
Cost: Free; childcare provided upon request to childcare@stpaulshouston.org

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Sep
28
6:00 PM18:00

Kids Night Out

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 September 28 theme:  Pet Show

September 28 theme: Pet Show

Our popular Friday-night program for children 4 months to 5th grade includes a full schedule of games, crafts, play, snacks and supervised activities from 6 to 10:30 pm while parents enjoy an evening on their own. The cost is $25/child/night ($5/each additional sibling).  A light supper is served around 6:30. During December, this activity becomes Kids Day Out.

Kids Night/Day Out is available for families of St. Paul’s Church and School. Reservations, which are required due to limited space and staff, are accepted for each date up to two weeks in advance.

Please use this secure link to register and pay. For questions or special needs, please contact Ellen Edwards via eedwards@stpaulshouston.org.

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Sep
25
9:00 AM09:00

Primetimers Day Trip

 Fanthorp Inn State Historical Site

Fanthorp Inn State Historical Site

St. Paul’s Primetimers’ first day trip this fall will be on Tuesday, September 25, 9 am–4pm. The group of senior adults will tour the Fanthorp Inn State Historical Site, an early Texas stagecoach inn. Time permitting, a side trip to the restored Grimes County Courthouse may be added.

A $15 lunch will be at Classic Events Cafe in Hempstead, payable on the bus. RSVP to Nina Hall via nina@stpaulshouston.org or 713-528-0527 by September 21, indicating your preference for King Ranch Casserole or “other.”

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Sep
19
5:30 PM17:30

Caregiver Support

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Amazing Place, a day center for adults with mild-to-moderate dementia, is providing a free “Savvy Caregiver” class at St. Paul’s on Wednesdays from September 19 to October 24, from 5:30 to 7:30 pm in J-204.

Caregiving, especially for those dealing with a loved one with dementia, is often a new role and requires special skills and knowledge. This class is to help caregivers learn practical skills for managing a loved one with dementia including:

  • Insights about the changes their loved ones are experiencing.

  • Coaching to identify solutions for individual issues.

  • Feedback to assess how things are working between sessions.

Research has demonstrated that caregivers who participated in this program improved their skill, knowledge, and confidence in dealing with their loved one’s behavior as well as reduced their own feelings of stress.

Register via rsvp@amazingplacehouston.org. For more about this or other Amazing Place offerings, please contact Susan Reeves at 713-552-0420 or see www.amazingplacehouston.org/caregiversupport_supportgroups.

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Sep
18
7:00 PM19:00

Chapter One Book Group

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The book for discussion September 18 is Lost & Found by Brooke Davis.

Chapter One Book Group is open to anyone who enjoys reading and discussing a wide variety of books. The group meets the third Tuesday of the month at 7 pm in J-202.

The book for discussion at the next meeting, October 16, will be Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng.

To be added to the email list for group notifications, please contact Linda Harmes at hblinda@hibit.com.

 

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Sep
14
6:00 PM18:00

Kids Night Out

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 September 14 theme:  Prehistoric Party

September 14 theme: Prehistoric Party

St. Paul’s popular Friday-night program for children 4 months to 5th grade includes a full schedule of games, crafts, play, snacks and supervised activities from 6 to 10:30 pm while parents enjoy an evening on their own. The cost is $25/child ($5/sibling). A light supper is served around 6:30.

Kids Night Out is available for families of St. Paul’s Church and School. Reservations, which are required due to limited space and staff, are accepted for each date up to two weeks in advance.

Please use this secure link to register and pay. For questions or special needs, please contact Ellen Edwards via eedwards@stpaulshouston.org.

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