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.
The Diocesan Racial Justice and Reconciliation Committee (RJRC) presents a webinar by author Debby Irving in a three-part anti-racism series. The second part of the series, the 21 Day Racial Equity Challenge, begins on Sunday, January 17.…Continue reading
Maria Gillespie, diocesan director of finance and administration shared news of the Job Retention Grant, a grant for for-profit or non-profit employers with payroll costs who did not apply for the PPP Loan/Grant program. Continue reading for more.Continue reading
Our Presiding Bishop has joined in a national day of mourning (June 1) and invites congregations to honor COVID-19 victims with a special prayer. A link to his Pentecost homily is also included.Continue reading
Presiding Bishop Michael Curry preached on the power of love at the wedding of Prince Harry, the grandson of Queen Elizabeth II, and American actress Meghan Markle at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle on Saturday, May 19. You can view the sermon by clicking “continue reading” or listen to it on the St. Paul’s Cary podcast.Continue reading
The Society of the Companions of the Holy Cross, a vowed non-residential community of Episcopal women who strive to live a life of simplicity and prayer, invite you to attend a Lenten Quiet Day on Saturday, March 17, 2018 from 9:30 AM to 3:00 PM at St. Matthew’s Church in Hillsborough. Continue reading for more.Continue reading