Thank you for your interest in St. Paul’s Arts & Crafts Festival. Our top priorities are protecting the health of our attendees, vendors, and volunteers, and doing our best to ensure a safe and successful event for all vendors. We are sorry to tell you that the festival will not take place this year due to the uncertainty of Covid-19.Continue reading
For the second summer in a row, St. Paul’s will partner with other Cary congregations to provide enrichment programming and healthy meals for families in our local community during the break from traditional school…Continue reading
Thank you to the donors who came out and donated blood at our May 18 blood drive that was co-sponsored with our neighbors Cary Presbyterian! With your help, we were able to exceed our goal of 27 units of blood donated!Continue reading
Join us at Coffee Hour on Sunday, April 24, 2022 to find out about the May 17 Elections, early voting and how ONE Wake is recruiting Affordable Housing Voters who care about preserving housing options for essential workers, especially in Cary.Continue reading
ASP Ministry Spring Chore Day – Saturday, April 30th (9am – 12 pm):
St. Paul’s youth are thrilled to resume our annual tradition of heading to the mountains this summer, to serve the people of Appalachia! Our volunteers are eager to gather and assist our parishioners through outdoor projects. If we can help you catch up on yardwork (mulch, raking, planting, weeding), please contact Stephanie Hirschy: firstname.lastname@example.org. We greatly appreciate your support!!
Join us for the next Blood Drive on Wednesday, May 18! It will be held at Cary Presbyterian Church (the church that is behind our church) from 2:00-7:00 p.m.Continue reading
Are you new to St. Paul’s? Are you a long-time member, but have misplaced your name badge?
Envelopes are in the Narthex for you to request a name badge. ….
The Episcopal Farmworker Ministry thanks you for your generous donations of money, clothing, bedding, food and other necessities on Hermano Day!Continue reading
We have another opportunity to give thanks for our many blessings by giving back to those around the world suffering from hunger by participating in a Meal Packaging Event with Rise Against Hunger (RAH), honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy (originally scheduled for MLK weekend).Continue reading
We are excited to announce that St. Paul’s Youth is planning to resume our annual mission trip to serve families in Appalachia! We are doing so after a careful internal review of both Diocese and Parish recommendations, and specific Covid-19 protocols will be in place for all participants in order to maintain safety.Continue reading