St Paul Catholic School is one of the best educational decisions I have made for my girls. My 3 year old surprised me every evening with situations from talking about her new frieds, to her wonderful teachers, and the overwhelming amount of educational knowledge that I was unaware of that she had. Her scholastic achievements have far surpassed all expections that I had of her and her 1st school, St. Paul. My 9 year old daughter has not only been given the opportunity to receive exceptional studies in core subject areas, but she also receives daily instruction in religion/bible. As a member of the children's choir at St. Paul Catholic School, she has the opportunity to continue expressing her love and faith in God through song, praise, and worship. By enrolling my daughters in St. Paul, they are able to experience multi-cultures in a structured and nurturing environment while being exposed to an outstanding academic curriculum. My childrens education is my number one priority and I am delighted to have chosen St. Paul Catholic School as the foundation toward their academic success!
I love you pastor white And your ministers Eric Ballentinem, Ruther Brady & Carole Wilson and your youth and young adult choir. I love Carrell Brady, Ray Allen, Jonta'e Wiggins,and Maria the choir director, and Chris Parker, Ms. Sandy Ballentine and The youth usher board. I love First Lady Janet White. I love the dance ministry Props to Mrs.Pamela Webster/white And the bloomfield praise dancers / mimes. I love that play called glory Train with sister Mouthy Mouth. I love the bloomfield fashion Show your members. #1 MOST OF ALL I LOVE GOD
My name is Will Crump. I am a native of Bolivar, TN. I'm currently 45 years old. When I was a teenager I was placed in Memphis Boys Town. This was back in the August to October 1986 time frame. I was 17 at the time. A nice couple would come out and pick me up for worship services and Wed. night Bible study. I can't for the life of me remember their names, but they were wonderfully sweet people; epitomes of what Christians should be. This congregation has a special place in my heart. Hopefully, Youth Villages (or Dogwood Village or whichever entity runs Boys' Town) still allows this congregation to take children who want to go the services.