Our mission with our youth ministries is to develop a faithful generation of young people that will lead the church and change the world. Our desire is to engage our youth, make them strong in their beliefs, and build them up so that their servant hearts will always shine. Our programs include both outreach ministries and spiritual on-campus gatherings where our youth will be accepted and respected while journeying to know Christ.

EYC
The St. Paul’s EYC program is an active and vital part of the life of the church and the spiritual development of the young people who make it up with both Junior-High (7th-8th grade) and Senior-High (9th-12th grade) groups. The EYC meets on Sundays following the 10:00am family service for fellowship, fun, and local area service. In addition to meeting on Sundays, the EYC meets for Junior High and Senior High bible study on Wednesday nights. We come together to share a meal and our lives with each other and then split into our Senior High and Junior High groups for the study of scripture and how it relates to our lives today.

Sewannee
The annual summer mission trip to Sewanee TN, is one of the EYC’s longest standing traditions. For over 20 plus years we have been working with Sewanee Housing Inc. building homes for those in need. During this mission we also spend time in fellowship hiking, playing games, and other “Shenanigans” as well as rafting the Ocoee River.

Dominican Republic
Each year we head down to the Dominican Republic with our rising 10th -12th graders to lead a bible school for the local youth of {Caraton} as well as work on the facilities of the local Episcopal school there. We also have a wonderful opportunity to see the historic sites of the capitol city, Santo Domingo.

Raise the Roof
Raise the Roof Project is a home repair ministry partnership of Dauphin Way United Methodist Church and St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Mobile, Alabama. We connect people in need with groups willing to repair roofs and build relationships in the South Broad Street community of Mobile.