Paint & Praise Nights

Paint & Praise Nights

Join us this year as we paint our way through the treasures of our Catholic faith. 




Each evening we enjoy creativity, fellowship, refeshments and a story of our faith.  At the end of each event, you will walk away with a beautiful, unique work of art and a better understanding of the miracles and majesty of our faith and the role that we have in living out our unique purpose.  Your work of art makes a wonderful addition to your home and a reminder of some aspect of our Catholic faith.  They also make treasured gifts as they are a labor of love and joy!

The cost for the evening is $15.00 (all checks can be made out to St. Paul) This covers all your art supplies.  There will be refreshments provided throughout the evening.

Please contact Michele Blate at [email protected] to reserve an easel for the evening. 

Space is limited, so check your calendar and R.S.V.P. as soon as possible.

The evenings begin at 6:30 p.m.

We paint until we finish!

August 14th (Saturday) - "Our Lady of Guadalupe" - This will take place Saturday evening during our parish Art Show. For this evening, our studio will be located in the North Room.  We will display our work Sunday at the art show.  During our painting time, we will learn about the miraculous nature of The Image of Our Lady of Guadalupe, Patroness of the Americas.



November 12th (Friday) - "Joseph's Dreams" - In honor of the Year of St. Joseph, we will spend the evening creating this image of him and learn about the great importance of this righteous Jewish man who raised and protected our Savior.

February 4th (Friday) -  "La Fleur de Lis" - The image of the Fleur de Lis is associated with two amazing women of faith, Our Blessed Mother and St. Joan of Arc.  This evening, our guest, Joan Spieth, will share with us this story and the impact of the young French peasant girl who stood up to a King in the name of the King of Kings.

May 113th (Friday) - "Blowing in the Wind" - By our baptism, we are all called to share the Good News of our faith.  It should come as natually to us as the floating of dandelion seeds in the wind. So explains our image for the evening.