If you’re looking for a Social Group, want to get involved in Outreach Ministry or would like to join a Bible Study group, Saint Paul’s has lots of options for you to explore.
Includes playtime, crafts, stories, snacks and is run during the 10am Sunday Service
We run two Playgroups a week
Tuesday: 10am-12 noon for Grandparents & carers.
Thursday: 10am-12noon for Parents & Carers.
Primary Aged Children
Kidzworks runs every Friday afternoon, 5pm – 7pm during school terms.
A fun time making crafts, playing games, eating dinner, watching DVDs, singing songs and learning about God.
Register online via the link below (if not already registered at the Jan Holiday Program)
Every January and July school holidays a free holiday program runs, for one week, for primary aged children and includes crafts, music, games, puppets, teaching, lunch and much more!
Bookings are not required but an online registration form (which will be available closer to each program) must be completed before your first day at the holiday program. Opportunities will be available to complete the form at the program, however pre-registering at home is preferred.
Friendzy Bible Study
Here at Saint Paul's we are passionate about building up the next generation of followers of Jesus. No matter where you’re at on your journey with God, you're always welcome to attend our exciting youth programs.
In depth topical Bible Study run during the 10am Sunday Service for secondary school students
For more info please
Saint Paul's Youth - S.P.Y.
On Friday nights from 7.30pm – 9.30pm during school terms, youth meet to hang out in a safe, welcoming environment where they learn about God and have loads of fun with themed nights, movies, games and off site adventures! Usual Cost: $3
For more information check out our SPY Facebook page or call Simon.
Register online via the link below.
Saint Paul's Men’s Group meets every couple of months to socialise and connect with each other and explore faith issues. Activities include BBQ’s, dinners at local clubs or restaurants, bowling, movie nights, DIY Men’s Shed, guest speakers addressing men’s issues etc.
The Guild, is one of Saint Paul’s longest running organisations which aims to fundraise and provide for the practical needs of the parish. It is a group of caring and enthusiastic women who meet at 12 noon on the first Thursday of the month.
Mother's Union (MU) is a worldwide Anglican organisation that aims to uphold the values of Christian marriage and family life and supports those in troubled situations.
MU has over 4 million members in 84 countries.
Saint Paul's branch meets on the third Tuesday of each month at 12:30pm. We cater for special events at our church and also run a monthly fundraising book stall.
Please click the link below for the Australian Mother's union web site.
Womens Over 40's
The Over 40's is a friendship group that features an exciting and diverse program of fun themed activities, guest speakers and outings.
We meet at 10am – 12 noon on the 2nd & 4th Thursdays of the month.
UFO Craft Group
UFO (UnFinished Objects) Craft Group meets at 2pm on the 3rd Saturday of the month.
Everyone is welcome to come along and join the fun.
Lifegroups are an essential part of our church, and are small groups of about 6-12 people.
They meet regularly with the purpose of studying the Bible and its application to our lives, supporting one another and encouraging each other in our journey with God. 4-6 week short term courses are also run each term.
All Lifegroups welcome new members and no previous knowledge of the Bible or the Christian faith is necessary.
On the first Wednesday of every month at 12noon – 2pm (excluding January), we host a low cost lunch for seniors, in partnership with Knox City Council.
Lunch is followed by an hour of entertainment.
It's a great time for seniors to catch up and enjoy a delicious, three course meal and make new friends. Everyone is welcome!
Transport can be arranged in the local area.
Saint Paul's actively cares for our local community. Every Thursday evening we host a free Community Meal between 6.30pm – 7.30pm in the Atrium. Teams from the local churches of Boronia organise the meals with support from Knox City Council.
The community meal is a great chance for people to enjoy a two course meal and meet new friends in a safe and caring environment.
Worship Services, including Communion are held weekly at Coogee Nursing Home &
monthly at Clovelly Nursing Home
We support local, regional Australia and overseas mission organisations and individuals.
Picnic in the Park
Sri Lankan Hopper Nights