“Fellowship” is a buzzword you’ll often hear in churches. Most often when you hear that word used at St. Paul we are referring to times where we can deepen our relationship with each other. Christian community is important to us, and a piece of being an intentional community is getting to know each other and sharing what is going on in our lives. We recognize that being in community includes time to get together for hard work but also includes time to enjoy each other and have fun. People often find opportunities for fellowship through coffee hour, gather groups (small group dinner gatherings) participation in committees. Our community will also join periodically through the year for meals and other activities. We also hope that fellowship happens outside typical “church programming” through the friendships and connections made as we gather to worship.