Christian Life Communities are small groups of students within the same grade level that meet weekly at lunch in one of the three CLC rooms we have here at St. Paul's. The purpose of the meetings is for members to discover the presence of God in our daily lives.
Together, we share prayer, life, and scripture. The mission component of CLC is accomplished through the school's Christian Service Program.
In breaking bread together and sharing the highs and lows of their week, students deepen their faith and spirituality, as well as challenge themselves to live their faith life more fully in daily life.
Each CLC group is guided by a faculty member who remains with the group for the entire four years of high school.
Toward the end of every school year, all active CLC participants gather for an overnight retreat that allows students to share at a deeper level, as well as to get a sense that CLC is so much more than just their small group, that it's in fact, a way of life.