April 7-9 is the second “St. Paul’s” weekend on the 2016 Episcopal Build at Crosstowne subdivision in Raleigh. If you’ve been on the fence about volunteering, this is a perfect opportunity to get out and do some hands on outreach with your fellow parishioners. No construction experience is required, and all tools are provided onsite, so all you have to bring is yourself and a good attitude! To sign up, click HERE. For more information contact Dave Mackie, email@example.com, 919-260-6707.
St. Paul’s has a longstanding tradition of providing transportation to those in need. Care and Share helps with coordinating transportation to both appointments and Sunday Services. Currently, we have need of transportation to and from the 9:00 am service. If you are able to help, please contact: Kittied45@gmail.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wake Interfaith Hospitality Network (WIHN), Ministry to the Homeless: St. Paul’s WIHN week is Apr 10-17. WIHN is a wonderful “hands-on” outreach opportunity, both for adults and for families. Continue reading below for details…Continue reading
Many of you have expressed an interest in meeting the Bariz family, our refugee family from Afghanistan/Pakistan. They are eager to meet you as well to say “thank you” for all you have done for them. Please come to a reception on Sunday, April 17, 3:00 PM, in the Parish Hall. Cake, coffee, and lemonade will be provided. If you would like to bring some finger foods as well, that would be great! Click HERE for more on the Refuge for Refugees Ministry.
Help with the build! As part of St. Paul’s continuing involvement with the Habitat for Humanity Episcopal Build, we had the weekend of March 10-12 as a work weekend for our church. Continue reading for pictures of Clergy Work Day and to sign up.Continue reading