• Prison Ministry – NWA Women’s Correctional Center

    Our team of clergy and lay members meet every Sunday at 5:15 p.m. in the Sanctuary to take a full Eucharist service to the women at the Northwest Arkansas Correctional Center on College Avenue in downtown Fayetteville. We have an average congregation of 25 to 30 appreciative women. The service

  • Helping Paws Too – Therapy Dogs

    Helping Paws Too therapy dog group meets on the second Tuesday of each month at 6 p.m. in the South Parish Hall. Leashed dogs and their owners are welcome. Contact Kathy Wilson at 479-521-7194 or kw311@aol.com.

  • Community Meals

    Community Meals serves a balanced hot lunch to anyone who comes in. St. Paul’s offers this ministry at noon on Mondays and Wednesdays in our Parish Hall.   Other Free Meals in Fayetteville On Tuesdays and Thursdays at 11:30 a.m., meals are offered at Central United Methodist (6 W. Dickson).

  • Labyrinth Walk

    St.Paul’s is blessed with a labyrinth ministry that provides opportunities for individuals to experience this ancient meditation practice throughout the year. The MAry Miller Labyrinth is located in our Parish Hall, and a smaller labyrinth is located in the South Parish Hall. Labyrinth Walks are usually held on the second

  • Healing Touch

    What is Healing Touch? Healing Touch is a relaxing, nurturing energy therapy. Gentle touch helps to re-store balance and promotes well-being. Healing Touch works with your energy field to support your body’s natural ability to heal.  It is safe for all ages and com-plements standard medical care.  It is holistic

  • Yoga Classes

    “Let everything that has breath praise you” Psalm 150:6 St. Paul’s offers yoga gatherings weekly. Each session is open to everyone, first-timers as well as experienced yoga practitioners. Currently we offer Yoga into Dance on Tuesday mornings at 8:30 AM, and Yoga on Tuesday afternoon at 5:30 PM and on

  • Rosen Movement Classes

    Moving bodies stay young and continue to function with ease. This ease in the body seems to cultivate an equally fruitful ease in mind and spirit. Rosen Movement is a system of range-of-motion and stretching exercises. These exercises are designed to accomplish these goals: joint lubrication, chest and rib expansion,

  • Education for Ministry (EfM)

    Each session consists of a time for worship, study, and theological reflection. Dispersed through out the year are Common Lessons, which deal with universal issues that we discuss as one total group. We also spend time at the beginning of the school year with sharing of spiritual autobiographies. The spiritual