Book Club starting next week!

Don't forget to mark your calendars for St. Paul's new book club! It will be held on Thursdays starting March 19th at 7pm. We'll be reading I Believe: Exploring the Apostles' Creed by Alister McGrath and exploring the ideas together. 

This class is FREE and everyone is welcome! For more information, contact facilitator Anil Shah at 909.226.2017 or

New discussion group at St. Paul's starting Nov. 3rd

St. Paul's is excited to offer a new book discussion group! Each Monday at 7pm starting Nov. 3rd, we will read a portion of a selected book and have an open and informal conversation about it together. We encourage all questions and opinions - there are no right or wrong answers. Given the theological depth of the texts, the discussion will inevitably be lively and thought-provoking.

The class is open to anyone - no background of theological texts needed. There is no cost other than the cost of the book, and extra copies are available if that is a barrier.

We will kick off the class with "For the Life of the World" by Alexander Schmemann. In this book, Schmemann challenges the notion of the holy vs the profane, the secular vs. the non-secular, and suggests a worldview that is rooted in the sacraments.  He understands the world as an unbroken experience of "church," in which all moments of life exist as sacrament. 

A free, online copy of the book can be found here >
Used copies of the book can be ordered on Amazon here >

For more information, please contact our discussion facilitators:
Anil Shah - 909.226.2017
Brad Jennings - 909.329.9420

New class at St. Paul's - The Way of Radical Compassion

St. Paul's is excited to offer a new class "The Way of Radical Compassion" on Tuesday evenings beginning September 16th thru December 2nd led by Dr. Frank Rogers, Jr. Several of our parishioners took this course last year and it is highly recommended!

Here's a little bit about the class:

The Way of Radical Compassion is a practical spiritual formation program for persons who seek to deepen their skills and capacities for compassionate living. The program is ideal for ministers, organizational leaders, social justice activists, teachers, parents, and anyone who seeks practical training in compassionate living. Grounded in the life and teachings of Jesus, this program transforms the desire to love God, self, and others into practical actions that heal oneself, individuals, families, organizations, and the larger world. Taught by Dr. Frank Rogers from The Center for Engaged Compassion, The Way of Radical Compassion offers weekly spiritual practices, group processes, readings, and teachings for personal and social transformation.

The course does involve a fee of $300, but please do not let this be a barrier. St. Paul's is here to support you in your spiritual journey and offers financial assistance. 

Please see the attached flyer for more information > The Way of Radical Compassion