Learning Sign Language
St. Paul's is learning Sign Language.
Why? Because all are welcome here!
At each of our Sunday Services you can experience the ASL Minute, a quick opportunity to learn a few new signs. Our goal is to help the congregation to live into our commitment to being a friendly and truly welcoming community. Knowing even a few signs is one of the many things that can help us accomplish that goal.
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ASL Minute - Love will Find a Way
The people of St. Paul's, Ventura, have learned how healing and important a message of hope and encouragement can be. We would like to share one with you as we approach the Anniversary of the Thomas Fire which destroyed about 500 homes in our beautiful city.
ASL Minute #12 – Coffee Hour
In this week's ASL Minute, Rev. Susan teaches us how to sign, "Coffee Hour," and offer a friendly invitation for church visitors to join us after church for some wonderful fellowship.
In this week's ASL Minute, Rev. Susan introduces our new ASL Interpreter, Nadia Talley. Together, they teach you how to sign, "Peace be with you," and, "also with you." They also teach the the first phrase of the hymn, "Go ye now in peace."
Want to see more, check out our YouTube Channel! Here's the playlist for the ASL Minute: Learning to Sign One Sunday at a Time: