The St. Nicholas Advent tree is up and is decorated with over 400 tags identifying needy children served by local agencies that support seasonal farmworker families, orphans and vulnerable children, homeless families, families of recovering addicts, and families in need of reasonable housing. Please take one or more of the tags from the tree. Continue Reading for more….Continue reading
If you haven’t done so already, it’s not too late! Please fill in a pledge card online (click the link below) or fill out a paper copy (available in the narthex) and place it in the offering plate or turn it in to the office. The Finance Committee and Vestry meet January 17 to construct next year’s budget, and knowing your pledge will greatly facilitate that process. Please submit your pledge before January 17, 2017. Through your generosity, St. Paul’s is changing lives. Thank you! St. Paul’s Fall Stewardship Team
St. Paul’s Youth will host a babysitting night Friday, December 2, from 6:00 to 9:00 PM in the Parish Hall. Please send your child with dinner (water and lemonade are provided). This is a fundraiser for youth mission and pilgrimage trips, so any and all donations are welcome. Reserve your space: firstname.lastname@example.org.
St. Nick is coming to St. Paul’s! Join us for St. Nicholas Sunday on December 4, 2016. St. Nicholas himself will be gathering the gifts for the needy recipients at both the 9:00 AM and the 11:15 AM services. The tags have all been taken, but cash donations are welcome. Please bring checks, made out to St. Paul’s with “St. Nicholas” in the memo line, to the church. Read more.
A funeral service will be held for Margaret Williams at 1:00 PM on Monday, December 19, 2016 at St. Paul’s. A reception will follow at Glenaire Retirement Community. In lieu of flowers, those wishing to send a memorial are requested to send contributions to Glenaire Foundation in Cary. Click HERE for obituary.