You can now find St. Paul’s on Instagram (@stpaulscary)! Check out photos, videos, and stories from our vibrant community. Follow us and tag us in your photos.
The Diocese of North Carolina is also on Instagram (@episdionc), and we’re using the hashtag #ThisIsDioNC to show prospective bishop candidates the faces, places, events and quiet moments that represent our diocese.
“Our commitment to be an inclusive church is not based on a social theory or capitulation to the ways of the culture, but on our belief that the outstretched arms of Jesus on the cross are a sign of the very love of God reaching out to us all. While I understand that many disagree with us, our decision regarding marriage is based on the belief that the words of the Apostle Paul to the Galatians are true for the church today: All who have been baptized into Christ have put on Christ. There is no longer Jew or Gentile, slave or free, male or female, for all are one in Christ.”
To view a video of the Most Reverend Michael Curry’s full statement in response to the Primates Meeting, please click here: https://www.facebook.com/episcopalian/videos/10155010038437925/?theater . Also read “Majority of primates call for temporary Episcopal Church sanctions.”
St. Paul’s narthex has a new addition. A TV monitor has been placed on the wall in a corner of the narthex, easily visible to those entering the church. Postings on the monitor will welcome visitors and will keep parish members current and informed. Continue reading below.Continue reading
Do you have experience in designing flyers and brochures — either in your job or as a volunteer? If so, perhaps you’d like to use your talents to help create attractive publicity materials for some of our St. Paul’s ministries. This is a great way to help out from home and on your own time. If you’re interested, please contact the Communications Committee at LannyWase@mac.com.