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
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
Following the verdict of April 20, 2021 that found Derek Chauvin guilty of the murder of George Floyd, the Rt. Rev. Sam Rodman and the Rt. Rev. Anne Hodges-Copple, bishops of the Diocese of North Carolina, offer a message of what we, as Christians, can do to navigate the complex range of emotions many are experiencing. Click HERE.
The memorial service in thanksgiving for the life of Yvonne Ghartey will take place on Wednesday, April 21st at 4:00 p.m. The service bulletin can be found here.
In line with St. Paul’s Covid-19 guidelines, only a small cohort of family and friends will be present in-person. If you would like to attend the service online via livestream, please contact the church office at firstname.lastname@example.org for the Zoom link.
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