To Know Jesus and Make Him Known
Student Ministry
​St. Paul's Student Ministry aims to create a place where middle and high school students are encouraged, challenged, and discipled in the faith. This often takes place through relationships, service, study, prayer, and retreats. At the end of the day, we simply want our students to 'know Jesus and to make him known'.

Fall Retreat - October 12-14

All middle and high school students (and their friends!) are invited to join us for a weekend away at Ridge Haven Camp near Brevard, NC. ​This retreat is a great opportunity for students to slow down and get away from the rush of everyday life while we spend time growing in relationship with one another and with the Lord.
Sign up here or contact chase@spaulsgreenville.com for more information.
 

Weekly Gatherings

High School Youth Group
Sundays from 6:30 - 8:00p @ St. Paul's
We eat dinner together and then open the Bible for a time of study, discussion and reflection.

Middle School Fellowship
Every other Sunday from 4:30 - 6:00p @ St. Paul's
​We build relationships through fellowship, games/activities, and a bible lesson.

Summer Mission Trip

Each summer St. Paul's sends a group of people to a small village (Boma) in the mountains of the Dominican Republic. We go seeking to join the Lord in the work that he is already doing in the hearts and lives of the people, the church, and the community of Boma. Our trip often involves children's ministry, youth ministry, construction projects, and many other opportunities for ministry. While this trip is open to everyone at St. Paul's, we strongly encourage our students to take part in a trip to the D.R. at least once during their middle and high school years. 

If you would like more information contact Chase Edgar.

Service Opportunities

Acolytes
Acolytes assist in the worship service by carrying the cross and lighting and extinguishing the altar candles. (You read that right, they get to play with fire!) We encourage all of our middle and high school students to serve in some way on Sunday mornings and this is a great way to do that.


​Rebuild Upstate
At least once a semester we participate in a construction project hosted by Rebuild Upstate. We spend a Saturday working on a project (wheelchair ramps and railings, roof repair, etc.) for someone who needs help.
 

Project Host Soup Kitchen
On the third Thursday of each month, St. Paul's sends a group of folks to prepare and serve lunch at Project Host. During the summer months and over Christmas break we jump in and help!


Children's Ministry
From time to time we join in on various Children's Ministry activities to help lead games, crafts, etc.