Click HERE for a video showing how St. Paul’s helped children of farmworkers by providing 50 backpacks stocked with school supplies. The backpacks were delivered on Aug 7, 2020 through the Episcopal Farmworker Ministry, along with other generous donations.
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 …
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.