Weekly Update Oct 30, 2020: A Letter from the Rector
Dear Friends, This week I would like to share with you information about the Election Day Prayer Vigil, a book study, Parish Survey, Parish Meeting, and this Sunday’s worship welcoming Bishop Anne Hodges-Copple. Read George’s Letter.
A Great Cloud of Witnesses Among Us
This week in the Hope for the Journey series, Fr. Javier reflects on All Saints’ Day and what we have been up to over the past few months: “Despite setbacks, we are grateful for the ways that we remain connected to one another. As our baptismal covenant reminds us, we plan to “continue in the apostles’ teaching and fellowship, in the breaking of bread, and in the prayers”—supporting one another as we navigate these troubled, uncertain times.”Continue reading
The Psalms in Exile (Adult Formation Videos)
New videos available! In our Fall 2020 Adult Formation series, the Rev. George Adamik offers a two-part lesson on the Psalms. These ancient prayers of lament can speak to our own feelings of separation and sadness. Click continue reading for the video!Continue reading
Halloween Children’s Parade (Oct 31, 2020)
St. Paul’s Children’s Ministries is excited to coordinate a children’s Halloween Parade on Saturday, October 31, 10:00 a.m. or 11:00 a.m.! Please join us in the parking lot for a safe and socially distanced event. Pre-registration is required. In following the Diocese and St. Paul’s COVID protocol, this event is limited to 35 total attendees at each time, and masks and social distancing required. Click HERE to sign up. For the latest children’s ministries update with calendar, click HERE.
Weekly Update Oct 23, 2020: A Letter from the Rector
Dear Friends, This week I would like to share information about COVID-19 Stage 2, an upcoming parish meeting, the Halloween Children’s Parade, the parish survey, Adult Formation, and Sunday Facebook livestream. Read George’s Letter.
Hope and Love
This week in the Hope for the Journey series, Fr. George shares a recent NPR interview with Presiding Bishop Michael Curry.Continue reading
Food Collection for Wake County Neighbors (Oct 31, 2020)
We continue to distribute food to our Wake County neighbors in need. However, the resources available are dwindling. If you’d like to help, consider assembling a shelf-stable “food parcel” for delivery Saturday morning, October 31. Continue reading to sign up.Continue reading
Endowment Board Announces Availability of Funds
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
Book Group: Caste
As a part of our ongoing effort to keep raising awareness around race and advocating for racial equity, there will be a book group to discuss the book Caste: The Origins of our Discontents. Continue reading for more and to sign up.Continue reading
Weekly Update Oct 16, 2020: A Letter from the Rector
Dear Friends, This week I’d like to share information about Bishop Ann’s visit, ONE Wake, St. Paul’s Survey, Election Day Prayer Vigil, and Sunday worship. Click HERE for George’s letter.