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Holy Eucharist with homily will be live streamed on St. Paul’s Facebook page (www.facebook.com/stpaulscary/live) at 9:00 a.m. on Sundays. NOTE: Facebook account not required. A PDF of the Sunday bulletin for August 9, 2020 is available HERE in letter size format. Click HERE to 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.
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Some good news for 2020! The St. Paul’s Endowment Board is delighted to announce that funds are available this year to further St. Paul’s efforts to know Christ and make Christ known in the world. Continue reading for more and to apply for grants.Continue reading
Dear Friends, This week I’d like to express thanks to Zack, encourage voter registration, and remind you to join us this Sunday for worship. Click HERE for George’s letter.
Dear Friends, Having just returned from vacation I’m catching up on all that is continuing to happen at St. Paul’s. But let me tell you today about our guest homilist this Sunday, as well as a thank-you to last week’s homilist. I also want to share a story of Congressman John Lewis. Click HERE for George’s letter.
The children of farmworkers need our help. While school is virtual, the children of farmworkers are having to stay with friends and relatives so their parents can do the essential work of picking our food. The Episcopal Farmworker Ministry (EFwM), as always, is caring for these families. We plan to deliver the school supplies to Newton Grove by Friday, August 7 since the EFwM is well-attended on the weekends. The items will be collected and driven to Newton Grove. Click HERE for more and to sign up.
Please donate school supplies for Wake County kids getting ready to start school. The items will be sorted by volunteers into grade-level packages and delivered to kids-in-need in our community. Click HERE for the SignUpGenius form with a list of supplies needed and further instructions.
The Episcopal Farmworker Ministry invites you to participate in Beloved Neighbors, a program about history, race, and immigration. The program consists of six online sessions, via Zoom, at 10:00 a.m. on Saturdays. Continue reading to register.Continue reading
Hello Friends, With both our Rector and Associate Rector enjoying time away from St. Paul’s this week, I am happy to provide an update from the perspective of the Senior Warden. In the midst of oppressive July heat and a pandemic response, my update centers around staying refreshed, staying connected and staying hopeful. Click HERE for Mary’s letter …
On June 20, 2020 the members of the Rainbow Gathering Ministry filled four vehicles with food and essential items during the drive thru Food Drive. We also collected $70 in donations. All the items collected were delivered to the Food Pantry and the LoveWins Community Engagement Center at St. John’s Metropolitan Community Church in Raleigh. Continue reading for more.Continue reading
This week in the Hope for the Journey series, Fr. Javier reflects on the experience of home and exile: “Our true home is still beyond our reach, but the journey is well-worth the effort. And we can’t get there without you—or whoever else decides to walk through the doors.”Continue reading
A Parish Update in Zoom Webinar format was presented on Monday, July 6, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. The panel of Rector George Adamik, Treasurer John Goehrke, Senior Warden Mary Kintz and Junior Warden Frank Laney presented information about how we are moving forward as a faith community in the midst of the pandemic. A recording of the Webinar is available HERE. A picture of the agenda is available HERE. .
This week in the Hope for the Journey series, Fr. George shares a video from one of his most important spiritual influences, Br. David Steindl-Rast.Continue reading
New resources are available online for parents and children. Click HERE.
The Episcopal Farmworker Ministry in Dunn, NC supports farmworkers and their families with food and financial support during the pandemic. Volunteers are needed to sort and deliver food to farmworkers who help us by putting food on our tables. Continue reading to learn what you can do and to volunteer at this ministry.Continue reading
The emergency is going on longer than we would have liked and many of our neighbors are struggling. Wake County has asked us to continue distributing meals through the end of August, and plans are being made for the possibility that the emergency will continue through the end of the year. Please read THIS LINK to see how you can help by donating food or supplies or volunteering. New dates have been added.Continue reading
The Diocese of NC is launching a video series for kids 12 and under. “Ask the Bishop” is all about answering the questions on the minds of kids. Bishop Sam Rodman will record a video answering those questions, and each week’s video will be shared on diocesan communication channels on Saturday morning. Click HERE for details about how to ask your question! Click HERE to hear Bishop Sam answer your questions.
The Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina issues a weekly newsletter called Please Note. Detailed plans for reopening, along with other information on the diocesan level, are provided. Click HERE for St. Paul’s page showing the past few issues of Please Note.
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.
Senior Warden Mary Kintz updates us on the renovation of the Education Building. This work is being done compliments of the Capital Campaign. Click HERE for the video.
Recently St. Paul’s parishioners have received emails pretending to be from one of the clergy. Our clergy will not ask you for help, gift cards, or any such items in an email. Do not respond to these emails. If you can do so, please report these scam emails to your email provider.
For those folks who are not experienced Facebook users, here are some tips to get you started in watching our live streamed services. …Continue reading
Youth update from Zack, announcing Weekly Vibe Check (Sundays) & Small Group Bible Study (Wednesdays). Click for more details.Continue reading
Click Continue reading for the latest prayer list (first names only).Continue reading