The Welcoming in Christ Capital Campaign Committee is in process of raising $250,000 in additional funds needed to complete the facility renovations now underway. We are pleased to report that $78,000 has been pledged toward closing the gap. If you have not pledged to this encore campaign, click HERE for the pledge form. (NOTE: this online form had previously been broken, but has since been fixed.)
Family Promise of Wake County is undergoing changes that affect St. Paul’s Family Promise Ministry. Continue Reading for an update.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.
Holy Week is like no other time of the year. We begin with Palm Sunday and walk through the final days of the life of Jesus leading to the Resurrection. There will be 8 services in 8 days. Please join us for the liturgies of each day, either through Facebook Live, or being one of 25 people gathered In-Person in the church wearing masks and practicing social distancing. Continue reading for a Holy Week schedule with daily bulletins.Continue reading
The Welcoming in Christ Capital Campaign Committee seeks to raise additional funds to complete the facility renovations now underway. Letters have been mailed to parishioners detailing the needs and including a pledge form. A copy of the letter and pledge form are given here. Please consider an additional pledge to this worthwhile project.