What's Happening at St. Paul's?
On June 20, 2018 the nation marks World Refugee Day, a day when we stop and celebrate “the strength, resilience and courage of refugees worldwide.” This year’s national day of recognition comes in the midst of the ongoing U.S. immigration conversation regarding the separation of children from parents. Click HERE to watch The Presiding Bishop’s Message on World Refugee Day.
Welcoming in Christ – The Anniversary Capital Campaign: On Sunday, June 24, 2018 architectural renderings of our Parish goals for the capital campaign will be on display in the narthex. The plans include significant repairs, a new Parish Hall, renovated kitchen, Education building, and Chapel and a location change to Kids Club. These improvements will create space for spiritual development, fellowship, and service. In early fall, we will celebrate our 60th anniversary – please take a moment to review our plans for our next 60 years!
Vacation Bible School (VBS) will be held June 18-22, 2018! Contact Christine.Ingram@stpaulscary.org with questions.
Please pray for our youth as they go on their ASP mission trip June 24-30! Appalachia Service Project (ASP) brings volunteers from around the country to rural Central Appalachia to repair homes for low-income families. Their mission is to make homes “Warmer, Safer, and Drier.” This year we will go to Fentress County, Tennessee. Contact Kevin Swann, firstname.lastname@example.org, (919) 607-5913.
“Most people working in nonprofits are not just doing the job assigned to them. Nonprofits live off of grants and the generosity of individuals. Unfortunately, it can be difficult to fund overhead. Donors often love more tangible things, like backpacks with food or support groups.” Click Continue reading for more.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.
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.
The NOOMA series of modern parables by Rob Bell will begin Sunday morning, June 24, 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
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.
Read St. Paul’s Capital Campaign Planning Update – Spring/Summer 2018. Click HERE
The Welcoming in Christ Anniversary Campaign reflects the desire of our active, caring, and diverse congregation to continue to grow together in faith and ministry and to make Christ known in the Cary community and beyond.
Welcoming in Christ is a discipleship-stewardship emphasis linking St. Paul’s 60th Anniversary and The Anniversary Capital Campaign. To supplement this, each month a special devotional centered on a particular theme will be offered. NOTE: Devotionals now available through June, 2018. Continue reading for monthly devotionals.Continue reading
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