Christian Education

St. Paul’s offers both worship and religious study and supports the development of students learning how to combine faith and reason.


Each week, the children in 1st through 6th grade have three opportunities to participate in chapel.  Monday’s chapel service is fun and exciting with the message often being delivered in skit or puppet form. On Wednesdays, students participate in a formal chapel service, using the Episcopal Book of Common Prayer. “Friday Chapel” allows students to sing along and present things they’ve learned in music class.

Parents are welcome and encouraged to attend Morning Prayer on Monday and Wednesdays.

Christian Education

Children, ages two through five, participate in a chapel service designed especially for them each week. During this time, they experience the stories of the Bible through hands-on story telling. They also participate in prayer and singing as part of this service.

Weekly, the Director of Christian Education from St. Paul’s Church visits the 1st through 5th grade classrooms. Students follow a three-year rotation schedule which allows them to learn much of the Bible in that time. Sixth graders meet with the Rector each week and discuss the truths found in the Bible.  This class also incorporates a look at what other religions believe and some of the struggles and successes seen as people of varying religions live and work together.

Special Events

St. Paul’s Church and School celebrate many special events throughout the year.  Some of the most memorable include the Blessing of the Animals and our Thanksgiving and Advent Services.

Director of Christian Education and School Chaplain ~ Lisa St. Romain

Lisa St. Romain spent her childhood in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. She attended Louisiana State University where she received a B.S. in Art Education. There she met her husband Brad. The St. Romains have three wonderful daughters.

In 2000, the St. Romain family moved to Austin Texas when Brad entered The Episcopal Seminary of the Southwest. Lisa also answered a call to ministry, serving as Director of Children’s Ministries at the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd from 2000 until 2005. The St. Romains both were called to St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in the summer of 2005.

Mrs. St. Romain is a graduate of the certificate program of The Episcopal Seminary of the Southwest. She is certified to teach Godly Play and Catechesis of the Good Shepherd. Lisa is on the Christian Formation Committee for the Diocese of Texas and is trained to as a Safeguarding God’s Children trainer.

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