Mental Health Panel Discussion

The Resilience Ministry at St. Paul’s has invited local mental health professionals to a panel discussion on Sunday, October 1, 2023 from 5 – 7 p.m. in the Parish Hall. The discussion will include ideas on how we as a faith community can support our youth’s mental health and will be moderated by the Rev. Alice Graham Grant, Associate Rector for Children’s and Youth Formation.Continue reading

Safe Church Training In-Person Course

St. Paul's is committed to providing a safe and inclusive environment for adults and children. One of the ways our faith family maintains a safe environment is through Safe Church Training. Those required to take Safe Church Training include:Continue reading

NC Courage Discount Tickets for September 2, 2023

The NC Courage women’s soccer team is offering discounted tickets to the St. Paul’s Community and our Rainbow Gathering for the match on September 2, 2023 versus NY/NJ Gotham. Tickets include activities rescheduled from the Pride Festival. All are welcome to use and share this discount. Follow this link for details.

Diocesan Mental Health Awareness Day

Mental health, especially the health of our youth, is something to which we should all pay attention. To that end, the Diocese of North Carolina Committee on Children & Youth Mental Health is sponsoring an in-person workshop to learn how churches can support wellness efforts. This event will take place at St. Francis Episcopal Church in Greensboro on August 19, 2023 from 9:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.Continue reading

Summer Enrichment Program – CRITICAL NEED FOR VOLUNTEERS

The Kirk of Kildaire Presbyterian Church provides enrichment programming and healthy meals for families in need in our local community during the break from traditional school. St. Paul’s partners with other Cary congregations (Cary Presbyterian Church, Greenwood Forest Baptist Church and the Kirk of Kildaire) to provide volunteers.  We’ve gotten word that there has been a high demand for the program with over 75 elementary children, 18 youth, and 20 preschoolers registered.  That’s good news! But right now, they don’t have the number of volunteers that are needed. Continue reading