What's Happening at St. Paul's?
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I am pleased to announce that Alice Graham Grant will be joining St. Paul’s as the new Associate Rector for Children and Youth Formation this coming summer.
Are you a young person with video and communication skills, or do you know one who is? Do you want to help St. Paul’s tell the story about all the good things we are up to in the community? The Outreach Support Team is looking for a motivated, energetic intern to help us better communicate about all things pertaining to faith, justice, and service at St. Paul’s. This 8-10 week, part-time internship comes with a $2,000 stipend. More information about the internship can be found here. For more information, or to submit your resume, please contact the Rev. George Adamik (email@example.com).
Holy Eucharist with homily will be live streamed on St. Paul’s Facebook page at 9:00 a.m. on Sundays. NOTE: Facebook account not required. Links to PDF copies of upcoming Sunday bulletins will be available in letter size format.
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Holy Eucharist on Facebook Live: https://facebook.com/stpaulscary/live
Bulletin: May 2, 2021 Eucharistic Prayer B
You may also watch videos of past services. The homily will also also be available on the website and podcast. Following the service on the 2nd and 4th Sundays, there will be a virtual coffee hour. We also offer Morning Prayer at 8:00 a.m. Monday – Friday.
Like what you see and hear? If you have a question, or you would like to connect in person, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to help you find your way.
This week I want to update you about changes to Sunday attendance, invite you to Adult Formation, remind you of Morning Prayer, and invite you to gather with us on Sunday for the 9:00 a.m. service, either by signing up for in person worship, or joining us on Facebook Live. Read George’s Letter
St. Paul’s Children’s Ministries has certainly missed seeing our church families in person for Chapel, Sunday School, and other special events. While nothing can replace the experience of gathering together, we have been very fortunate to stay connected through various remote technologies….Continue reading
In this week’s Hope for the Journey, Fr. Javier reflects on the Letter to the Colossians: “Iwhen we take the Eucharist, the divine lives within us. What does it look like to take this message seriously? What would it mean for you to see yourself and others as vessels of the divine mystery?”Continue reading
Family Promise of Wake County is undergoing changes that affect St. Paul’s Family Promise Ministry. Continue Reading for an update.Continue reading
I am writing this less than 24 hours since Derek Chauvin was found guilty of all the charges brought against him in the murder of George Floyd. While I am thankful for that verdict there is so much more work to be done. The sin of racism is ever present before us. We need to lean in towards one another and remember the words I quoted in my Easter homily a couple weeks ago: “We belong to each other. No exceptions.” We cannot shy away from the reform and work that remains before us. Read George’s Letter
In this week’s Hope for the Journey, Fr. George shares two statements from bishops on the Chauvin trial verdict.Continue reading
On Sundays during the Easter Season (10:15–11:15 a.m.), join us for a forum series on hope. You will only need to register once in order to attend any or all the sessions. Continue reading for schedule and to register.Continue reading
Please join us as we read the Rt. Rev. Barbara C Harris’ “Hallelujah Anyhow!: A Memoir. In her book, Bishop Harris shares stories of her childhood and young adult years in her native Philadelphia, as well as her experiences as priest and bishop, both active and actively-retired.Continue reading
Please join us for “Spirituality Now and Then,” Wednesday evenings, May 12, 19 and 26, 7:00 p.m. We’ll look at traditions of prayer used by saints of the past. We are the saints on earth, so we’ll discuss our ways of prayer and learn from each other’s experience. Contact Ann Ritter: email@example.com .
After Easter Sunday, Adult Formation will offer an opportunity to discuss and engage with Bishop Curry’s The Way of Love podcast series. We will listen to several episodes of the podcast and focus on how we, as Episcopalians, can continue to put The Way of Love into action. We will meet via Zoom on Wednesdays, April 14 through May 5, 2021 (4 weeks), from 7:00 to 8:00 pm. To register, contact Andrea Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Welcoming in Christ Capital Campaign Committee seeks to raise additional funds to complete the facility renovations now underway. Letters have been mailed to parishioners detailing the needs and including a pledge form. A copy of the letter and pledge form are given here. Please consider an additional pledge to this worthwhile project.
Deadline Extented to April 30, 2021/
The Endowment Board is delighted to make two announcements: grants have been awarded for the 2020 endowment funds; and 2021 endowment funds are now available!
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) has released new tools to help North Carolinians get their COVID-19 vaccine questions answered and to find vaccine locations in the state. Continue reading….Continue reading
The Women’s Study Group will continue meeting on each second Tuesday at Noon via Zoom during the first part 2021. They usually alternate between fiction and non-fiction and read a wide variety of books of interest to women.Continue reading
St. Paul’s will be conducting Morning Prayer at 8:00 a.m. Monday-Friday on Facebook Live. Tune in to St. Paul’s Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/stpaulscary). We will be using The Daily Office Morning Prayer Rite 2.
If you can’t tune in to the livestream at 8:00 a.m., you can also watch the recorded video on Facebook.
The Western Region Food Security Group (the large group of area churches we are working with) has received extra funding from Wake County. With that extra funding we have purchased large supplies of dry goods and boxes which are being stored at The Kirk of Kildaire.
There are new volunteer opportunities.