Racial Justice Summer Book Groups

The Racial Justice Planning Group at St. Paul's is offering three different selections for our summer reading series including biography, fiction and history. Feel free to join us for one, some or all, and to bring a friend! We will have one 90-minute, in-person discussion group for each book on Sunday evenings from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the church.Continue reading

Adult Formation – Summer Reading

Join us for a virtual book group on Zoom on Wednesday evenings, June 7 – July 19, 2023 at 7:00 pm.  “Pilgrim at Tinker Creek” by Annie Dillard is at once poetry, prayer, philosophy, and a nature walk without a plan. It can awaken wonder, humor, memory, and a transcendent consciousness; tune in and share your impression of the beauty and spiritual implications of this work. Email Gerri Batchelor (gerrikairos@gmail.com) to register.

We will be offering Rachel Held Evans’ last book, “Wholehearted Faith,” during the last 6 weeks of the summer.  More information will be coming.


ONE Wake Listening Sessions at St. Paul’s

Wake County residents:  ONE Wake is listening! We are engaging organizations across Wake County in a campaign of Listening Sessions, helping to identify the pressures felt by households in our region. Listening Sessions are facilitated by ONE Wake leaders, with note takers recording responses and reporting back to ONE Wake. St. Paul's is holding several options for Listening Sessions in May.Continue reading

Easter Forums 2023: The Acts of the Apostles

On Sundays between 10:15-11:00 a.m. in the St. Paul’s Chapel, join us as we delve into what happens after Easter resurrection. The Acts of the Apostles contains an account of the early church community: their first attempts at life together. How does their experience reflect ours? What might their witness have to teach us about what it means to be the church today?Continue reading

Movie Night!

Hey, Movie Lovers!

You are invited to join us each month for Movie Night, a discussion of recent and not-so-recent movies, hosted by Fr. Javier and Tad Richard.

This month, we'll be discussing the film, CODA. CODA stands for...

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