The Episcopal Farmworker’s Ministry, located in Newton Grove, NC, is asking the extended community of Central and Eastern NC to purchase backpacks and school supplies for the children of seasonal farmworkers. The attached Signup Genius gives details about what should be purchased. If you want, partner with another family to purchase the backpack and the suggested supplies. Or, purchase as much as you are willing to purchase, given your budget and your interest.
Last year we donated 50 backpacks and supplies. This year, we are targeting 100, with 50 already purchased…most with supplies, but not all. We will finish those up in the coming weeks.
We will collect the donations before and after church on the three Sundays of July 11, 18, 25. Bless you all!
This week I would like to highlight a wonderful video about the education building renovations, share with you the Presiding Bishop’s statement during Pride Month, and invite you to join us for worship this Sunday either in person or on Facebook Live. Read George’s Letter
The Women’s Study Group will meet again via zoom at noon on Tuesday, July 13, to discuss this marvelous book, Love is the Way: Holding on to Hope in Troubling Times, by our own Presiding Bishop Michael Curry.Continue reading
In this week’s Hope for the Journey, Fr. Javier reflects on Psalm 97: “We worship a God of great, and at-times frightening, power—and we trust that, at the end of the day, this God is indeed a God for us. A God who will stand by our side.”Continue reading
This week’s letter provides an update on the new protocols for St. Paul’s as we enter into Stage 3 of Diocesan Protocols, information regarding the recent Encore Capital Campaign, and the Facebook Live link to this Sunday’s 10:00 a.m. service. Read George’s Letter
In this week’s Hope for the Journey, Fr. George shares a challenging yet hopeful message from Fr. Greg Boyle of Homeboy Industries.Continue reading
This week I’d like to announce our new summer intern, remind you we are seeking a Facilities Manager, thank you for your generosity to the clergy discretionary funds, inform you of some changes to Sunday worship, and offer a link to Sundays service. Read George’s Letter
In this week’s Hope for the Journey, Fr. Javier shares about how your contributions make an impact in Cary and beyond: “We cannot help everybody, but we help whom we can, when we can—not just those who fit the mold and look the part of what we would define as ‘deserving’. The works of mercy are just that: mercy. Unearned gifts for those in need, not because they deserve help, but because we are called to serve.”Continue reading
All participating institutions are asked to bring 15-20 members of their congregation to this Zoom meeting on June 10, 2021 at 7:30 pm. This is your opportunity to be a part of changing the way we live together and share resources in Wake CountyContinue reading