Episcopal Farmworker Donations for Hurricane Michael

Thank you for your generous support of the Episcopal Farmworker Ministry in the wake of Hurricane Michael.  Thanks to your donations, St. Paul’s sent $1135.00 to the ministry through plate offerings. Additionally, many parishioners donated directly to the ministry through their website. Continue reading for more.Continue reading

Help Wanted with Arts and Crafts Festival for Outreach

The Arts & Crafts Festival for Outreach: Help Wanted!  Last year, the Arts & Crafts Festival raised approximately $6500 for outreach.  This was possible only because of the volunteers who signed up to help.  Please consider helping out for a two-hour shift on Saturday, November 10. It’s fun, it’s easy, and it’s important. Sign up HERE to help. If you like to bake, we would love to have your specialty in the bake sale. Sign up HERE to bake. More information at www.stpaulscary.org/festival. Contact Sally Moller, sbm2@nc.rr.com.

New Refugee Family

St. Paul’s Refuge for Refugees (R4R) Ministry welcomed a new refugee family of six on Wednesday, September 26, 2018. The family has fled from Ethiopia and consists of a widow and her five young-adult children. Continue reading for more.Continue reading

Episcopal Farmworker Ministry Needs Food Donations

NOTE: As of October 22, EFwM has suspended canned good donations.  Needs will continue to be reassessed.   The Episcopal Farmworker Ministry is asking for food donations to help feed migrant and seasonal farmworkers affected by Hurricane Florence.  Please bring donations to the designated bin to the right of the Narthex.  Continue reading for a list of donations needed.Continue reading