For the second summer in a row, St. Paul’s will partner with other Cary congregations to provide enrichment programming and healthy meals for families in our local community during the break from traditional school…Continue reading
Response to mass shooting. Summer schedule starts this Sunday. Read Father George’s Letter.
We, the clergy of St. Paul’s, are writing in light of yet another school shooting, this time in Uvalde, Texas. This one follows the massacres in Buffalo, NY and Laguna Woods, CA last week. Like many of you, we are filled with grief for the lives lost and for the families who mourn them. Our hearts go out to the many communities torn apart by such acts of wanton violence.Continue reading
The first book in our summer program will be Nadia Bolz-Weber’s Pastrix: The Cranky, Beautiful Faith of a Sinner & Saint. This theological memoir highlights the vulnerability and spiritual growth of a remarkable woman. Her humor, wisdom, and salty, often lyrical prose make this an engrossing book.Continue reading
Thank you to the donors who came out and donated blood at our May 18 blood drive that was co-sponsored with our neighbors Cary Presbyterian! With your help, we were able to exceed our goal of 27 units of blood donated!Continue reading
This week I especially want to invite you to the final session of our Easter Season Adult Formation series. While we scheduled this session a few months ago how timely this will be as we cope with the recent shootings in Buffalo, NY. Read George’s Letter
Click Continue reading for Zack’s weekly email to the EYC community at St. Paul’s.Continue reading
Join us at St. Paul’s this Easter season as we explore how we are called to live into Christ’s resurrection in our world today. St. Paul’s Racial Justice Planning Group (RJPG) is excited to bring Sara Smith, from North Carolinians Against Gun Violence who will speak about the state of gun violence in North Carolina and how individuals, families, and communities can prevent it. While firearm violence has risen in North Carolina, there are evidence-based programs and policies that have been proven to work. Come learn about what you can do to prevent gun violence in Wake County and across the state.
This week’s forum will take place this Sunday May 22 from 10:20-11:00 a.m. in the sanctuary. You may join us in person at the church or online by registering here
Join us for a 90-minute traveling performance through the West End neighborhood, inspired by local history and the Rev. Dr. Pauli Murray’s ancestors. …Continue reading
In this week’s Hope for the Journey, Fr. Javier reflects on the life and witness of the Rev. Dr. Pauli Murray: “Murray is a figure that represents so much to so many, and yet their story is undeniably human… In a world where we paint our public saints and heroes with a broad brush, Murray’s witness invites us to delve deeper.”Continue reading