What's Happening at St. Paul's?
We are looking for volunteers for our 60th anniversary capital campaign. We need people to stuff envelopes for the campaign, help set up a tour of our campus, or be tour facilitators and volunteers to hand out sealed packets. All volunteer sessions will occur at different times and will be for about an hour each. Thank you for all you do for St. Paul’s! Click this link to sign up: https://bit.ly/2KMihkx or email Debra Mehta at email@example.com.
Read a Summary Recap of the 79th General Convention of the Episcopal Church. Read Please Note of July 18, 2018. Please Note, a weekly publication of the Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina is posted on our website HERE.
Vision Tours – Occurring Throughout August – Welcoming in Christ Capital Campaign. The Welcoming in Christ Campaign committee is happy to announce vision tours occurring every Sunday in August from 10:00-10:45 a.m. Your tour guides will guide you through our current facilities to honor the memories of our spaces and to help you envision what the new spaces will look like after our Capital Campaign! We’ll meet you in the Narthex, near the choir room, to start our tour.
Veterans and Military Outreach (VMO) needs your HELP to ensure our Military and Veterans receive the necessary supplies to BEAT THE HEAT this summer. Simply drop off any items you may have lying around at home in the drop box (VMO Wagon). Thank you, St. Paul’s; your thoughtfulness is always very much appreciated. Click HERE for poster.
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Three times a year, each of the eight members of the Pulse Ministry will call 10 parishioners to ask two simple questions and jot down their responses. You may be one of these randomly selected parishioners. Continue reading to find out how you can provide the feedback we need to improve our church community.Continue reading
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St. Paul’s Annual LOBSTER FEST is Saturday, October 6, 2018 (the first Saturday in October). Savor the date! We’ll serve fresh, 1½ lb. Maine Lobsters and delicious Lobsta Rolls on a La Farm Bakery bun and more. Here’s our website: www.lobsterfestcary.org. Continue reading for more….Continue reading
The NOOMA series of modern parables by Rob Bell will continue Sunday morning, July 22, 2018. These short videos, 10-14 minutes long, will be shown in the Youth Wing following the 9:00 a.m. service. Click Continue reading for summer 2018 offerings for Adult Formation (Adult Education).Continue reading
Trudy Hogarth, the last founding member of St. Paul’s Church still living in the area, celebrated our sixtieth anniversary on June 6, 2018. Click HERE for pictures of the event.
Stewardship of St. Paul’s Grass: When the grass around the church is growing, we need some people to help mow it. It is a great stewardship opportunity as well as wonderful exercise. If you would be willing to help mow for a couple of hours one or two days during the growing season, please contact Fill Bowen, firstname.lastname@example.org. St. Paul’s supplies the mowers. We just need your muscles.
The Arts & Crafts Festival for Outreach: Help Wanted! We need someone to manage the St. Paul’s table, which sells handmade items donated by parishioners. We’d love to have you join us in raising money for outreach. If you’re interested and would like to know more, contact Sally Moller, email@example.com.
New photo albums have been added. Click the links below.
Appalachia Service Project, Jun 24-30, 2018, Bishop Anne’s Visit and Confirmation, Jun 17, 2018, Youth Sunday, May 20, 2018 , Men’s Beach Week, Apr 22-29, 2018, Mini Ministry Fair, Apr 15, 2018, EYC Bowling, Mar 11, 2018, EYC Murder Mystery, Feb 17, 2018
St. Paul’s Ministry of Mothers Sharing (MOMS) is preparing two fall sessions: one for “Baby Moms” (infants through 5th graders) and one for “TNT Moms” (teens and tweens). The groups will meet one evening per week for seven weeks starting in September 2018 and ending in October. Continue reading for more.Continue reading
On the third Sunday of each month, at 10:15 AM, there will be an “Introduction to St. Paul’s.” If you are new to St. Paul’s and would like to know more about our community, join a member of the clergy at the baptismal font, just inside the main entryway to the church. We will take a brief tour of the church grounds and have time for questions and conversation.
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