Adult Social Activities

Craft and Chat

Craft and Chat exists to build a project oriented event where God’s people can share not only their talents, but their love for Christ. No matter if you enjoy quilting, beading, scrapbooking, knitting, crocheting, or another craft or hobby, you are welcome to join in the fun and make new friends from both inside and outside the congregation.


Sports & Fitness

St. Paul’s Sports Ministry offers an opportunity for adults to meet new friends and enjoy fitness challenges through activities. Currently we offer:

Walking Club Sign Walking Club on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 10:00 – 11:00 am
Pickleball Open Play

We play Pickleball Thursday evenings, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM. Limited number of participants spots are available, and the cost is $25.00. This is not an organized league, merely Open Play.

Tuesday Co-Ed Volleyball League

This league runs from October 18th through March 9th. To see the updated schedule and scores see the link below.

2016/2017 Fall/Winter Co-Ed 6’s Indoor Volleyball League Schedule

Oktober Fest Sheepshead Tournament

This yearly event is held in the Trinity Café & Gym so we have plenty of room for all. Beverages will be available for a small fee or bring your own cooler! (Adult beverages allowed.) Contact Cindy Proeber at 414-801-2845 or Neal Wallner at 414-419-2168 for more information.

Quilting Fellowship

The Quilting Fellowship not only makes quilts, but makes a difference in the lives of others. Our group of Christian quilters have sewn blankets for a variety of people, from unwed moms to military personnel serving overseas. If you enjoy quilting, you are invited to share your talents and your love for Christ.

Prayer Support Group

Do you have a caring heart?

Join a group of dedicated members that meet on a regular basis to pray for the needs of others.

Health and Wellness

At St. Paul’s, nurses and other individuals in the healthcare field volunteer their time to organize workshops on health issues and sponsor health fairs to promote health and wellness.

Hospital to Home Ministries

Lay members make visits to fellow members of St. Paul’s who either are in the hospital or recovering in their homes after hospitalization, and to members who are homebound or in a care facility.

Group Home Visitation Ministry

Visitations and devotions are given weekly by lay leaders at local residence care units or skilled nursing facilities.

Ladies Afternoon Fellowship

This group of experienced people have a heart for hospitality and provide meals on our campus for funerals.


Don’t let the name fool you! This crafty group gets together monthly to work on projects and then hosts a craft fair every year to raise funds for Missions. It’s a social, creative group with a good purpose.

Please contact us to attend or participate in an event.