St. Paul on the Lake’s Religious Education staff is committed to serving the entire St. Paul parish family, providing on-going faith formation through experiences of learning about God, growing deeper in relationship with God through prayer, and service to God’s people.
In both St. Paul School and in the after-school Religious Education program, our primary goal is to help our students develop a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. This is done in the context of a program which:
- provides an experience of and encourages a reverence for Sacred Scripture;
- emphasizes the importance of living the Word through prayer and action in our daily lives;
- is faithful to Church doctrine;
- encourages a meaningful participation in the communal, sacramental and liturgical life of the Church.
At St. Paul, our children come from a variety of public and private schools. Our enrollment is 500+ children, with about 60 teens and adults serving as catechists/teachers. St. Paul cooperates with all of the parishes in the SERF Vicariate (i.e., parishes in the Grosse Pointes, St. Clair Shores, Eastpointe and Roseville areas) in order to extend opportunities for religious education to all of the children in our area. Religious education normally starts in pre-Kindergarten and goes through the eighth grade year. Children in high school are encouraged to participate in Spirit Youth Ministry.
Schedule for Religious Education Classes (September – May)
Sunday, 10:00 – 11:00 a.m., Pre-K and Kindergarten only
Monday, 6:30 – 7:45 p.m., Grades 1 through 8
Tuesday, 4:15 – 5:30 p.m., Grades 1 through 8