Thanks for Hermano Day Donations

Thank you for your generous donations on ‘Hermano Day’, April 10.  The Episcopal Farmworker Ministry received 107 bags of clothing, bedding and food items (the most ever!).   $3155.00 in monetary donations were also received.  Father Tony Rojas will distribute the items and use the funds to help the farm laborers in the 47 labor camps served by the ministry.  Many thanks to all who participated in helping our Farmworker Brothers in Christ.

Hermano (Farmworker) Day (Apr 10)

Sunday, April 10 is Hermano (Farmworker) Day.  St. Paul’s helps by donating work clothes and bedding and by offering financial support.  Juan Carabana, the Co-Director of the Episcopal Farmworker Ministry will be here to tell us about the work being done to help our farmworker brothers in Christ. Please bring your donations to church that day. Continue reading to see what donations are needed.Continue reading

Help Build a House for Habitat (Apr 7-9)

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, dw.mackie@gmail.com, 919-260-6707.

Transportation Needed: Can You Help?

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 melonie.wigley@att.net.