What's Happening at St. Paul's?
While you are enjoying summer’s bounty of fresh tomatoes and corn, the warm sands of NC beaches, a little heat and humidity (well, maybe more than a little) and all the fun of summer, that’s just a build-up to the “Rites of Fall:” football and LOBSTER FEST! We want to make sure you got the date on your calendar:
St. Paul’s Annual LOBSTER FEST, Saturday, October 1.
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St. Paul’s is a sponsor of the 9th Annual Race for Home thanks to a generous sponsorship donation from a parish family. The Race for Home takes place on Labor Day, September 5, with gates opening at 7:00 AM for a 10K, 5K, and Fun Mile. It benefits the Carying Place, a local non-profit working with homeless families. Since St. Paul’s is a sponsor, all members of our community can participate for free! Continue reading for more and to sign up.Continue reading
Are you ready for a new job? Dorcas Ministries is now accepting applications for Jobs for Life, a faith-based employment program to help you chart a path to a new job. Classes start in September and meet at Dorcas Ministries, 187 High House Road, Cary on Tues/Thurs from 6:00-8:00 PM. Continue reading for details and to apply.Continue reading
Looking for a Preschool Home? Come join us at St. Paul’s Preschool. We have spots available in our one-year-old class, 3 day three-year old class, 5 day four-year-old class and TK (Transitional Kindergarten) class. Registration forms are available HERE. Please call the Preschool Office (919-467-3788) or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Come Love, Laugh, Learn with us!
Want to keep up with happenings at the diocese? You can subscribe to “Please Note,” a weekly email from the Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina. Click HERE for the Aug 17, 2016 edition of Please Note. Read about Bishop Anne’s decision concerning the bishop search. Click HERE to subscribe to Please Note.
Here is the latest update on our refugee family from Myanmar who resettled here on June 25. Mya Kyaw (pronounced Mia Chaw) and his family of 6 are doing great. They love the apartment and are very thankful for the furniture and all the things that we did for them. There are volunteer opportunities available to help our newest refugee family. They could use some help being driven to appointments and with ESL instruction. Click HERE to sign up! Continue reading for more and to see what you can do….Continue reading
The End-of-Summer Mini Ministry Fair will be held in the Parish Hall during coffee hour on August 28. All are welcome! This will be a kid-friendly event; children can earn a prize for their participation. Stop by and check out great opportunities to get involved including: Adult Education Committee, Arts and Crafts Festival for Outreach, Newcomer Ministry, Pulse Committee, Rainbow Gathering, Wake Interfaith Hospitality Network, Youth Ministry, and many more!
Saturday afternoon, September 17, 4:00-6:00 PM, the Senior Ministry will sponsor a “meet and greet” social event in the Parish Hall. We have invited our new associate rector, Javier Almendárez Bautista, to join us in sharing experiences of St. Paul’s and its ministries. Please help us welcome him by bringing a snack. The Senior Ministry will provide beverages. Also, please RSVP via Sign-up Genius (click HERE), or contact Jean Huey, email@example.com and 919-303-5769.
Many hands make light work! It takes MANY hands to make Lobster Fest a success. Please volunteer for one of the many tasks it takes to pull this off. CLICK HERE TO VOLUNTEER. For questions, please contact Rob Johnson (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Vickie Johnson (email@example.com). We can only make the day a success with your help.
Wake Interfaith Hospitality Network (WIHN), Ministry to the Homeless: St. Paul’s WIHN week is August 21-28. WIHN 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
Join us at 9:00 AM on Saturday, September 24 for our next volunteer work day! Our buildings are due for a bit of maintenance and ‘TLC.’ We need help with painting, washing, replacing, installing, removing, and even de-greasing around campus. We meet in the Parish Hall 9:00 AM and will be working for most of the day. For additional information or to offer up specific talents/resources, contact Brent Hauser at 336-407-3285 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Fellowship Events Team invites you to Una Serata Italiana, September 10 at 6:30 PM in the Parish Hall. An Italian evening includes a great dinner menu and fabulous live authentic Italian music. Join us for this special event of food, music, fun, and fellowship. A great way to start off the fall season! Tickets $15.00 per person go on sale August 14 – September 4 after the Sunday services. For more information contact Toni Holderied, email@example.com
The Arts & Crafts Festival for Outreach is Saturday, November 12, from 10:00 to 4:00. The festival committee needs two coordinators: one for publicity, and one for facilities coordinator. It’s a fun event, for a very good cause. We have a great group, but we’re looking for more wonderful volunteers. Please contact Sally Moller, firstname.lastname@example.org. Continue reading for job descriptions….Continue reading
See photos of new lobster cooker, delivered August 20, 2016. Continue reading….Continue reading
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