Sunday, March 21, 2021 is Hermano Day (Farmworker Day). This year has presented many challenges to the farmworker community. We Paul’s can continue to support this vital work. You can help in these efforts by making a monetary donation to the Episcopal Farmworker Ministry or bring donation items to the St. Paul’s parking lot on Saturday, March 13 or Saturday, March 20 between 10:00 and 12:00 noon. Continue reading for more information and to see what donations are needed.Continue reading
The Women’s Study Group will continue meeting on each second Tuesday at Noon via Zoom during the first part 2021. They usually alternate between fiction and non-fiction and read a wide variety of books of interest to women.Continue reading
There’s always an open invitation for anyone wanting to attend the “Movie Night” discussions facilitated by Fr. Javier and Tad Richard. This is an ongoing gathering. We’re watching one movie a month on our own and…Continue reading
The Western Region Food Security Group (the large group of area churches we are working with) has received extra funding from Wake County. With that extra funding we have purchased large supplies of dry goods and boxes which are being stored at The Kirk of Kildaire.
There are new volunteer opportunities.
Cary congregations participating in the Cary Area Ministerial Alliance (CAMA) will co-host the interfaith prayer service that is part of the Town of Cary’s “Dreamfest” during the weekend of MLK Day. Set for Sunday, January 17, at 3:30 pm, the service will originate from Christ the King Lutheran Church and will be live streamed on the church’s YouTube channel.Continue reading