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Welcome to St. Paul's Print E-mail

Welcome to the website of St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Cary, NC. At St. Paul's, we strive to be a faith community where all are welcome.

We recognize that each of us brings varied experiences, talents, and beliefs, and we rejoice in our diversity. We are committed to deepening our faith through worship and learning, as well as to being sent forth in service to make this world a better place for all God's children.

Join us in this journey of faith. There is a place for you at St. Paul's!



St. Paul's Episcopal Church 
221 Union St., Cary, NC 27511
Phone: 919-467-1477, Fax: 919-467-0152
Questions? Email:
Sunday worship schedule: 7:30, 9:00, 11:15 AM

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Go Deep! Make Your Stewardship Pledge for 2015 Print E-mail
2014pledgebuttonThis is a special time in the life of our church, during which we envision hopes and dreams for our parish for the year ahead. Our stewardship campaign represents the way in which we financially support our St. Paul's and all it provides us, from physical space of our sanctuary and grounds, to the spiritual place it fills in our lives. Individually and as families, we pledge. Together, we share a vision.

You can make a financial pledge at any time of year, of course. However, our church budget is determined by the pledges received during our fall stewardship campaign. Pledging is an easy, but profoundly meaningful way to make tangible your commitment of faith to our community. Every pledge is important, and the participation of each and every church member is encouraged.

On October 12, The Rev. George Adamik gave a presentation about St. Paul’s growth plans for 2015 and the additional needs that growth will create. Click here for a replay of that discussion

Click the "Pledge Online" button to make your pledge to St. Paul's for calendar year 2015.

For latest pledge data, Read more... below.

Arts and Crafts Festival (Nov 1) Print E-mail

pendant-bazaarArt, Food, Family Fun at St. Paul’s Annual Arts and Crafts Festival
Saturday, Nov 1, 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM

This one-stop shopping extravaganza features home and garden décor, wearable art, clothing and jewelry, and unique handmade gifts … there’s something for everyone on your Christmas list! Who knows, you might even find that perfect something for you.

Fill up on great food from two popular local food trucks, D’Burritos and Olio & Aceto. D’Burritos offers a variety of fresh Mex flavors and Olio and Aceto serves delicious Italian inspired fare. Our own St. Paul’s Festival Café will have yummy treats and a coffee bar. Bid on impressive silent auction items and enter to win prizes from a raffle and 50/50 raffle.

Proceeds will benefit numerous outreach ministries at St. Paul’s. Many volunteer opportunities are still available. Contact Margie Best at if you can lend a hand.

Click Read more... below to see what's in store for this year's Arts and Crafts Festival.

Adult Education Update Print E-mail
Adult Education Forums, Sundays, 10:10 AM, Chapel:
  • Nov 2: People of Faith in the Scriptures: Abraham
  • Nov 16: St. Augustine’s University: History and Mission
  • Nov 23: People of Faith in Hebrew Scriptures: Moses
Conversation Cafes on Transitions in Life, Wednesdays, 7:00 PM in the Youth Wing. Click here to sign up.
  • Wed, Nov 5: Advance Directives and Five Wishes
  • Wed, Nov 19, Understanding Grief
Nov 11: Women's Study Group, 12:00 noon and second Tuesdays
julian-of-norwich73x120 Nov 12, Nov 26: Julian Gathering, 9:15 AM, Cry Room. 2nd & 4th Wednesdays.
Nov 16: Faith on Tap, third Sundays, 7:30 PM, Abbey Road
Read about Adult Ed in November Newsletter, page 8
Outreach / Inreach Update Print E-mail
little-red-wagon A Little Red Wagon is in the narthex to collect food for Urban Ministries.
Read about Outreach in November Newsletter, pg 11-12
Join Care and Share volunteers. Click here to sign up for Care and Share.
Adult and Fellowship Update Print E-mail

Arts and Crafts Festival, Nov 1, 10:00 to 4:00. Web address:

foyer-welcome-mat Sign up for a Foyer Group now. Meet monthly with other church members in a social setting.
Join the Trip to Replacements, Ltd, Nov 22

Coffee Hour, 10:00, Sundays:
Nov 2: Memorial Garden Committee
Nov 9: No Coffee Hour (Annual Meeting)
Nov 16: St. Nicholas Ministry
Nov 23: Julian Gathering
Nov 30: Children's Ministries 

Read Prayer Stitchers schedule
Worship and Music Update Print E-mail
cantata-arab-2012 Sign up now for the Music Program
Go to: Music Signup Page
November Newsletter, Page 13
pageant-2009-3-angels60x40 Christmas Pageant is Dec 14. Pageant forms due by Nov 16.
altar-flowers-50 Donate Weekly flowers in memorial and thanksgiving
bible1 Daily Office Recordings by St. Paul's readers. Readings of Psalms, Old Testament, Epistle, New Testament.
Children's Update Print E-mail
childrenministrylogocolor-100 Children's News & Events
November Newsletter, pages 6-8
Signup to teach Children's Chapel
Children's Ministries on Facebook
Sign up for Children's Sunday School
Pre-EYC for 4th and 5th graders meets second and fourth Sundays at 11:15 AM
  • Nov 9: Pre-EYC to PLM Families Together
cub-scout-logo Join the Cub Scouts! Boys grades 1-5. Read Cub Scout Packs Led by St. Paul's Parishioners

Read November Newsletter, page 5
Preschool now accepting applications
Take a virtual tour of Preschool classrooms

Calling All Moms with Little Ones, Nov 5, 9:35 AM 
pumpkincarving-2014-1 See pictures of Pumpkin Carving, Chili Cookoff, Halloween Carnival, Oct 26
Youth Update Print E-mail
youth-group-80 Episcopal Youth Community (EYC)
Youth News and Events
November Newsletter, pages 9, 10
EYC: 5:00-7:00 PM on Sundays for both MS and HS.
Register for Sunday School - click here.
eyckickoff-9-14-2014 See photos of EYC Kickoff, Sep 14, 2014
Planning ahead (read November Newsletter, pages 9, 10):
  • Sunday, Nov 2: Movie night 
  • Saturday, Nov 8: ASP Chore Day
  • Sunday, Nov 9: Gratefulness
  • Sunday, Nov 16: Bowling, 6:00-8:00 PM
  • Sunday, Nov 23: Game night
  • Sunday, Nov 30: No EYC
  • Fri-Sun, Dec 12-14: Bishop's Ball
plm-playground Read article in N&O: "Volunteers build playground in Raleigh for homeless children." Browse through photos to see St. Paul's youth and adults participating.
Church Business and Stewardship Update Print E-mail
vestry-logo Parish Annual Meeting, Nov 9, 10:15 AM. Vestry Class of 2015 to be elected. CLICK HERE FOR VESTRY CANDIDATE STATEMENTS.

Memorial pavers offered. Honor someone.

time-and-talent Offer your time and talent to St. Paul's
Read September Financial Statements, login req'd.

10-07-2014-dan-portrait-100Memorial Garden Update:
Read Dedication Liturgy
See photos of Columbarium dedication
See pictures of construction progress
See pictures from 1994: Memorial Garden's early days
Read November Newsletter, page 4 

Communications Update Print E-mail
Assisted listening devices are available in the lobby.
facebook-60 St Paul's on Facebook:
St. Paul's E-News is emailed every other Thursday evening. Sign up for E-News by clicking here. Upcoming issues: Nov 13, Nov 28, Dec 11, Dec 23
diocese-of-nc-seal Please note, of Oct 29, 2014 from the Diocese of NC: St. Philip's Is...: A Stewardship Campaign. Bishop Curry talks with members of St. Philip's, Durham, about the parish's novel stewardship campaign.
Which Commandmant is the Greatest? Print E-mail

j_carr_holland_2-120Rev. J. Carr Holland III
Homily, October 26, 2014

Matthew 22:34-46
Spiritual journeys begin in very simple ways. Usually they begin by a dawning awareness of some sense of connection that runs deeper than we anticipate. Or they begin again because there is a desire to grow deeper in our life...

Hear audio of Carr's homily: Click here.

The Things That Are God's Print E-mail

george_adamikRev. George Adamik
Homily, October 19, 2014

Matthew 22:15-22
A couple of months ago the committee that tends to our website wanted to put on the website brief biographies, little bios of the clergy. Each of the clergy were interviewed. One of the questions was, "What is your favorite song?"...

Hear audio of George's homily: click here

Event Reports & Photos Print E-mail
Click the links for photos from recent events:
pumpkincarving-2014-1 Pumpkin Carving, Chili Cookoff, Halloween Carnival, Oct 26, 2014
dedication-george Dedication of Columbarium and Memorial Garden Expansion, Oct 12, 2014
columbarium-planning Columbarium Groundbreaking and Construction, April-October 2014
bless-animals-2014-2 Blessing of the Animals, Oct 5, 2014
lobsterfest2014-kiss Lobster Fest, Oct 4, 2014
shn-2-2-m Stop Hunger Now, Sep 28, 2014
eyckickoff-9-14-2014 EYC Kickoff, Sep 14, 2014
medeterranean-dinner-9-14-2014 Mediterranean Dinner, Sep 14, 2014
News and Notes Print E-mail
Comments and Questions
Items of Interest
Facilities for Children
  • St. Paul's Kid's Club offers free childcare by trained staff during 9:00 and 11:15 AM services.
  • Cry Room offers a place where you can be a part of Sunday services and also let the little ones relax and be themselves! Read more.
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