To the Friends of St. Paul’s, I would like to call your attention to a few reminders as we open Advent this Sunday. Please take note of some of the offerings that will make you feel less isolated during these strange times. Read letter from Mary Kintz, Senior Warden.
Pray, Gather and Go Out – In spite of incredible challenges in 2020, the St. Paul’s community has found ways to Pray, Gather and Go Out. Our presence has grown, both online and in direct service to those around us. We’re going to need even more of your inspired generosity to meet and expand our reach in 2021. Pledge Online or Continue reading.Continue reading
Dear Friends, This week I would like to share information about Stewardship, Advent Adult Formation, Evening Prayer, Christmas Pageant, and Sunday worship. Read George’s letter.
This week in the Hope for the Journey series, Fr. George offers a resource for Compline, the final prayer of the day.Continue reading
Donations to St. Nicholas can still be made by credit card or PayPal by end-of-day December 4. Follow the directions on this page and don’t forget to specify “St. Nicholas.”: https://www.stpaulscary.org/stewardship/donate-to-st-pauls/. COVID-19 means we will not be able to meet and turn in our gifts and receive our chocolate “gold” as usual. But we can still remember those in need. We will buy and distribute gift cards to the roughly 400 children at the agencies we support.Continue reading
We are so excited to announce St. Nicholas Day brought in over $20,000! With that we will be able to give 273 gift certificates to Families Together and CommWell Health. We were also able to provide Healing Transitions with gifts for over 40 children using our prepurchased gifts. Thank you!!! The St. Nicholas MinistryContinue reading
Join ONE Wake leaders and allies for a Downtown South briefing and action meeting including living wages and affordable housing. The Zoom meeting begins at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec 8, 2020. Continue reading to register.Continue reading
Sadly, Men’s Beach Week is canceled for 2021. Continue reading for more….Continue reading
Dear Friends, This week I would like to share information about the diocesan decision regarding Stage 1B, Vestry election, Adult Formation, stewardship, and this Sunday’s worship. Read George’s letter.
This week in the Hope for the Journey series, Fr. Javier reflects on the Feast of Christ the King: “God demands our full, unrelenting, uncompromising allegiance, and that extends to the first citizens of God’s Kingdom too: the poor and the disenfranchised, the sick and the suffering, the meek, the forgotten, and those who have given into despair.”Continue reading