Heifer International invites us to give Christmas gift donations in honor of our families and friends. These alternate gifts buy working animals for families in need around the world. When you place a donation in the Heifer Ark on Sunday mornings between Thanksgiving and Christmas, please take a Heifer honor card available in the St. Paul’s narthex to give to a family member or friend you wish to honor with your charitable gift. Continue reading for more.Continue reading
Saint Nicholas will make his annual visit to St. Paul’s during the 9:00 and 11:15 AM services on Sunday, December 10, 2017. Our tradition has been to provide gifts to children served by these ministries and organizations: Children of Migrant Farm Workers, The Healing Place, West Haven, and Families Together. Continue reading.Continue reading
The 2018 Town of Cary MLK Jr. Dreamfest will commemorate the work and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and will span from Thursday, January 11 through Monday, January 15. Activities are planned for people of all ages and faiths—the Cary Area Ministerial Alliance (CAMA) has been involved in the planning process. For more information about each event, please visit their website: click HERE.
Family Promise of Wake County is having a volunteer workday on November 19, 2017 at their Raleigh campus. The Family Promise site has had some storm damage to the property over the last few months. Continue reading to sign up.Continue reading
If you are interested in “hands on” outreach, come to the Adult Forum on Sunday, January 7, 2018 to learn how St. Paul’s supports refugee resettlement. Hear from R4R Committee members about the 3 families we currently support, and the plans to welcome a new family in 2018. Remember – Jesus was once a refugee.