What's Happening at St. Paul's?
We celebrate Fr. George Adamik’s 20th Anniversary as our rector on Sunday, February 17, 2019. We will present him with a gift at the services and celebrate with cake at coffee hour. Please come by and let George and Mary know how much we appreciate their continuous dedication to our church family.
Are you anxious to hear about the progress of the Capital Project now that the campaign is winding down? Please attend a casual lunch and discussion with campaign co-chair Rick Bradley on Sunday, Feb 24, 2019 at 12:30 p.m. in the parish hall. A light lunch/heavy snack will be available to all who attend. Click HERE to sign up. Continue reading for more.Continue reading
Making a pledge to support the operating costs of St. Paul’s is never a missed opportunity! Although we have a working budget, your contributions are still needed to sustain the good works we are doing in the local community. To pledge to annual operating budget for 2019 now, click HERE. Continue reading for more.Continue reading
On Feb 17, 2019, we celebrate George Adamik’s 20th anniversary at St. Paul’s. The Communications Committee and the Information Technology Committee will be co-hosting coffee hour. Continue reading for more.Continue reading
As always, the mission of the Rainbow Gathering ministry is to provide a supportive community and an inclusive gathering place for individuals who identify as LGBTQIA+, including allies, families and friends. Please join us this Sunday, Feb 17, 2019 from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. in the youth wing as Dana Frentz leads us in a skill-builder on gratitude. For more information contact Andrea at firstname.lastname@example.org or text or call 919-348-9599.
A Holy Eucharist in commemoration of the Feast of Absalom Jones will be held at 11:00 a.m. on February 16, 2019 at St. Augustine’s Chapel, 1315 Oakwood Ave., Raleigh. The Reverend Absalom Jones (1746 – 1818) was the first African-American priest in The Episcopal Church, ordained 1802. Click HERE for a flyer with further information.
Childhood trauma, if it is serious and prolonged, can have life-long physical and emotional consequences. Whether or not we have personally experienced significant childhood trauma, we like to think we won’t encounter others who have been traumatized – but we will! The movie Resilience will be shown on Sunday, March 3, 2019 at 12:30 p.m. Continue reading to sign up.Continue reading
St. Paul’s has been given an opportunity to serve those less fortunate by helping out on an ongoing basis at the Dorcas Food Pantry. We have been asked to supply 4 volunteers for the 2nd and 4th Saturday from noon to 3:00 p.m. starting Saturday, March 9, 2019 on an on-going basis. Continue reading for more and to sign up.Continue reading
The Youth Ministry is proud to produce Murder Mystery Dinner Theater, Saturday, March 9, 2019 at 6:30 p.m. This year we will be performing “The Dead Man’s Chest.” Continue reading for more and to RSVP.Continue reading
St. Paul’s will recognize the citizenship and volunteer efforts of all Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, and Cub Scouts at the 9:00 a.m. service on March 10, 2019. On Scout Sunday, Scouts and adult leaders will have the opportunity to participate in a variety of roles such as greeters, ushers, or lectors. All Scouts and adult leaders are asked to wear their uniforms. Sign up HERE or contact Kathleen Neff at Kathleen@trioptimum.com or Julia Rudy at email@example.com.
Sunday, March 31, 2019 is Hermano Day (Farmworker Day). Representatives from the Episcopal Farmworker Ministry will be here to tell us about the work being done to help our farmworker brothers in Christ. St. Paul’s helps by donating work clothes and bedding and by offering financial support. Please bring your donations to church that day. Continue reading for more and to see what donations are needed.Continue reading
Each year, a couple dozen or so guys from St. Paul’s join together in Emerald Isle, NC. We rent a few oceanfront duplexes and enjoy being at the beach. Men’s Beach Week this year is April 21 through April 28, 2019. Please join us! Continue reading for more.Continue reading
Are you interested in the exciting new world of communication? Website? Social Media? Internet? Email? Publishing? St. Paul’s strives to open channels of communication with parish members and prospective members as well as members of the community. The Communications Committee (a.k.a. Com Com) needs new talent and energy. Interested? Contact Gordon Werner at firstname.lastname@example.org .
If you haven’t shopped at the Arts & Crafts Festival, then you missed the latest additions to our Comfort Line :). Prayer Stitchers are some amazingly, talented ladies that have been stitching up some sweet comfort for all ages and occasions.Continue reading
Annual Reports from Ministry Groups and Committees for 2018 have been assembled. Click HERE for a PDF of these Annual Reports.
When decisions are made about cancellations or delays of St. Paul’s services or events due to the weather, we will publish them here on St. Paul’s website. Click HERE for the Inclement Weather Standing Announcement.
The Altar Flower Chart for 2019 is in the narthex. If you would like to give flowers that will decorate the altar for a Sunday service, please sign up on the chart in the narthex for the Sunday of your choice. 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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