The latest updates and resources for the St. Paul’s community during the global coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic


Updates

  • Please Take the St. Paul’s Survey
    We’re launching a St. Paul’s Survey, and we want to hear from you! This brief survey provides an exciting opportunity for you to share your thoughts and opinions on a variety of topics around our St. Paul’s parish family and community. CLICK HERE TO TAKE THE SURVEY.
  • Weekly Update Oct 23, 2020: A Letter from the Rector
    Dear Friends, This week I would like to share information about COVID-19 Stage 2, an […]
  • Fr. George’s Weekly Video
    Each week, George Adamik provides us with a brief video with an update from St. […]
  • Children’s Ministries Update
    Click Continue reading for Natalie’s weekly email “St. Paul’s Children’s Ministries Resources & Update.”
  • Hope and Love
    This week in the Hope for the Journey series, Fr. George shares a recent NPR interview with Presiding Bishop Michael Curry.
  • Food Collection for Wake County Neighbors (Oct 31, 2020)
    We continue to distribute food to our Wake County neighbors in need. However, the resources available are dwindling. If you’d like to help, consider assembling a shelf-stable “food parcel” for delivery Saturday morning, October 31. Continue reading to sign up.
  • Endowment Board Announces Availability of Funds: Deadline Extended

    Some good news for 2020! The St. Paul’s Endowment Board is delighted to announce that funds are available this year to further St. Paul’s efforts to know Christ and make Christ known in the world. The deadline to apply has been extended to November 30. Continue reading to apply.

  • Endowment Board Announces Availability of Funds
    Some good news for 2020! The St. Paul’s Endowment Board is delighted to announce that funds are available this year to further St. Paul’s efforts to know Christ and make Christ known in the world. Continue reading for more and to apply for grants.

How can I help?

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Looking Ahead: Next Steps for Gathering Together at St. Paul’s (Update)

Events

“The Rt. Rev. Rob Wright, bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta, recently said: ‘The church cannot be cancelled, the church can only adapt! Press on, take care of one another, take care of yourself. God is trustworthy!’ Let this remind us all that we are the Church. While we will not be gathering face-to-face for the weeks ahead, church will continue because we are the Body of Christ, even when we are apart.” (Fr. George’s update to the parish)