What's Happening at St. Paul's?
2017 pledges are still welcome! If you forgot to pledge, it is not too late, and your pledge is needed! Pledge cards are available in the Narthex and may be returned in the offertory plates or to Christine Ingram in the church office. Or click the link below and pledge online. Please consider sharing your gifts to help St. Paul’s support its many ministries and goals in 2017.
Sunday classes continue on January 22, 2017, in the Chapel, from 10:15 to 11:00. Join the Rev. J. Carr Holland III for the first in a series of classes on “The Prophetic Voices of Scripture.” Wednesday evening Adult Formation continues January 25, 2017 , in the Youth Wing from 7:00-8:00 PM. Led by the Rev. Javier Almendárez Bautista, this class is entitled “From Egypt to Canaan.” Continue reading below for details of Adult Formation.Continue reading
St. Paul’s Rev. George Adamik is one of four nominees for XII Bishop Diocesan of NC. Click HERE for a page devoted to George Adamik, including video and personal statement. Click HERE for videos from all candidates. Click HERE for a complete list of nominees. Click HERE for the Jan 11 edition of Please Note. Click HERE for a letter from George to the parish. Congratulations, George! Click HERE for video posted Jan 17.
The Winter Mini Ministry Fair will be Sunday, January 29, 2017, during Coffee Hour, in the Parish Hall. Stop by to check out opportunities to get involved or just enjoy coffee, food, and fellowship. Continue reading for a list of ministries involved.Continue reading
A Celebration of Life service will be held for Harold (Hal) Shook at 11:00 AM on Monday, January 30, 2017 at Hope Community Church, 821 Buck Jones Rd., Raleigh. Hal was a long-time member of St. Paul’s, and served as a pilot during World War II, including the invasion of Normandy.Continue reading
Even though the toilet paper collection for January, 2017 was snowed out, parishioners still managed to donate 360 rolls of toilet paper during the first 3 weeks. This is important to the Dorcas Ministry Food Pantry since it is one item that can’t be purchased with Food Stamps. For this reason, we will do the toilet paper collection on the 2nd Sunday every month. The next collection will be February 12. Continue reading for more on Dorcas Ministries.Continue reading
We can use your old mobile phones! If you have recently upgraded to a new phone, or are planning to do so soon, please consider donating your old mobile phone to our refugee ministry. You can leave them in the R4R box in the church office. Questions or need a receipt? Email email@example.com. Thanks!
St. Paul’s Pancake Supper, is scheduled for Shrove Tuesday, February 28 from 5:00 to 7:00 PM in the Parish Hall. This event is sponsored by the Men’s Group. Come by and have lots of good pancakes with all the fixings. Cost is $7 for adults and $3 for students (K-12), $0 for pre-school child, $20 max per family.
We invite all of St. Paul’s to a Welcome Home Party for our latest family, the Mahamad family from Somalia. Please join us on Sunday, February 26, at 12:30 PM (after the 11:15 service) in the Parish Hall to celebrate this new family and their bravery. Continue reading for more.Continue reading
Wheels4Hope thanks St. Paul’s for helping to successfully achieve very aggressive vehicle placement and sales goals in 2016! Wheels4Hope Raleigh placed 154 vehicles with local families last year, which is its primary mission. One of those placements occurred at the Wheels4Hope Car Blessing held at St. Paul’s in October. Continue reading for more.Continue reading
Healing Touch, an energy-based approach to health and healing, that provides relief for the stresses of body, mind, and spirit, will be offered on the second Saturday morning of the month between 9:00 AM and noon, starting February 11. Continue reading for details.Continue reading
Family Promise of Wake County (formerly WIHN): St. Paul’s Family Promise week is February 12-19, 2017. Family Promise is a wonderful “hands-on” outreach opportunity, both for adults and for families. Please contact Kathleen Neff (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Myrna Belingon (email@example.com). Continue reading for volunteer opportunities….Continue reading
The Work Day originally scheduled for Jan 7 had been rescheduled for March 4, 2017 at 9:00 AM. We will need help with washing, replacing, installing, removing, and de-greasing around campus! Continue reading for more.Continue reading
Can’t remember a name? Name badges help put names and faces together. And, sometimes we all need a little help with that! If you have a name badge, please try to remember to wear it. If you need a new or replacement name badge, simply fill out an envelope found on the small desk in the narthex. Your new name badge will appear in the same place in a week or so.
You can get the Newsletter (St. Paul’s Letter) delivered to you by email, as well as in hardcopy. Click HERE and fill out the form to subscribe to the Electronic Newsletter. You can keep on getting the paper copy or you can get only the email copy – whatever your pleasure…. NOTE: The Newsletter (i.e., St. Paul’s Letter) is not the same as E-News. E-News is an email issued every other Thursday, and consists primarily of posts from the website.
Join with the men of Saint Paul’s, oceanfront, in Emerald Isle, NC for a week of fellowship, great food, and relaxation. This year’s trip runs Sunday, April 23 – Sunday, April 30. Flexible scheduling: pick your days or come for the whole week! More information will be available soon. Contact Men’s Group president Jeff Kager at firstname.lastname@example.org or (919) 417-2179.
The Saturday, Jan. 28 event has been CANCELLED. Please watch for further events from the Senior Ministry.
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