Habitat for Humanity Episcopal Build
Saturday, April 1, 2023 is St. Paul’s Day at the Habitat for Humanity Episcopal Build at Old Poole Place in Raleigh. We have pledged to provide at least 15 volunteers and lunch for the crew that day, working from approximately 8:00 am to 3:30 pm; will you be part of this great experience?Continue reading
Hermano Day 2023 is Sunday, March 19
Sunday, March 19 is Hermano Day at St. Paul’s, when we recognize the sacrifice of our neighbors who do the hard work of planting and harvesting our food. One way the Farmworker Ministry here at St. Paul’s supports the work of the Episcopal Farmworker Ministry in Newton Grove, NC, is by collecting donations of clothes and other items (see below for a list of most needed items) and presenting them on Hermano Day.Continue reading
Over $8000 Donated to Heifer International in 2022!
Thank you to everyone at St. Paul’s who gave donations to Heifer International in 2022. By year’s end, the total donation in worship services and on the St. Paul’s Heifer International webpage was a remarkable $8128.62.Continue reading
2023 MLK Day of Service with Rise Against Hunger
After scaling back the past 2 years, Rise Against Hunger (RAH) is bringing back the MLK Day Collaboration, an opportunity to honor Dr. King by standing with our neighbors to deliver justice for those facing hunger around the world. You are invited to join St. Paul’s volunteers, along with 12 other Raleigh-area organizations, for a Meal Packaging Event honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy. ..Continue reading
Habitat for Humanity House Build
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Alternate Gift Giving This Christmas
This Christmas season, Heifer International invites us to honor our families and friends by giving Christmas gifts in the form of donations. Heifer International sends animals to families and communities in need around the world, to help eradicate poverty and hunger, and provide self-sufficiency. Donations can be placed in the St. Paul’s Ark during Sunday morning worship services or via St. Paul’s Heifer International webpage. Thank you for your generosity.
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St. Nicholas Day Update
THE ST. NICHOLAS MINISTRY sincerely thanks the congregation of St. Paul’s for the generous outpouring of love you showed through the gifts you provided for the children served by our ministry.
The gifts have been sorted and delivered to the agencies we work with. The smiles and expressions of love and gratitude that come from the parents and children as they pick up their gifts are touching and heart-warming. You have truly made the love of Christ known through this effort. Thank you!
R4R Donation Requests
The Refugee for Refugees (R4R) Ministry is looking for a mini-van and other items for refugee families in the area.Continue reading
St. Nicholas Ministry: It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year!
St. Nicholas made his list and 200 names are on the tree. Take a tag and bring the gifts to St. Nicholas on December 4th, 2022 at the 9:00 and 11:15 a.m. services.Continue reading
ASP Fall Chore Day: Saturday, November 5
The St. Paul’s ASP (Appalachia Service Project) Team has been changing lives for more than 20 years, spreading love and care from Wake County to remote mountain towns of Appalachia. We are excited to launch a traditional ASP planning year for 2022-23, with our first fundraiser scheduled on Saturday, November 5, the ASP Fall Chore Day (8:00 a.m. to 12 noon).
We are here to help our St. Paul’s families with leaf raking, mulch, light tree trimming, and general yard cleanup! Our teams consist of two adults and two-three youth who can complete jobs for families who are interested. Please contact Stephanie Hirschy at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to sign up for one of our work crews.