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 then meeting via Zoom (drink of your choice in hand) for a one-hour discussion.
The next movie is Loving which we will be discussing on the evening of Wednesday, June 22, 2022 at 7 PM.
If you’d like to join us for the first time, or would like to be emailed about future Movie Nights, please email Tad at firstname.lastname@example.org so he can answer any questions and send you the Zoom link.
Come join us!
Join us on Saturday, June 25, 2022 for a spiritual journey through locations of importance to the Rev. Dr. Pauli Murray in Durham…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
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 The Divine Dance: The Trinity and Your Transformation, Richard Rohr reinvigorates the ancient mystery of the Trinity in an engaging, accessible, and practicable way. God is One AND Three: “One God, belovedly in communion, as All-Vulnerable, All-Embracing, and All-given to you and me.”
Join us on Wednesday evenings in the Easter season for an engaging book discussion via Zoom!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. Sunday forums take place from 10:20-11:00 a.m. in the sanctuary, and you may join us in person at the church or online by registering at the link.Continue reading
Can’t attend Rabbi Raachel Jurovics’ forums on Wednesday evenings in Lent? The recordings are being posted on the diocesan Vimeo channel.Continue reading
The Women’s Study Group has changed it’s name to Daytime Book Group, to be more inclusive. They meet the second Tuesday of each month at noon via Zoom.Continue reading
On Sunday mornings this Lent, join us as we explore not just Scripture, but how we read it–the many ways that we can enter into relationship with it. From midrash to comic books, our speakers will shed light on various tools we can use to find meaning in our sacred texts.Continue reading