Movie Night!

We are trying something new for Movie Night – in person discussions.  The next movie we will discuss will be Hamilton.  We plan to meet at Fortnight Brewing Company, which is close to the church, on Monday, January 23 at 7:00 p.m.  Fortnight has good outdoor (covered) seating, they offer non-alcoholic drink options in addition to beer, and are OK if you bring your own non-alcoholic drink.Continue reading

Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper – Tuesday Feb 21st

St. Paul’s Men’s Group will be cooking pancakes and sausage this year on Shrove Tuesday, February 21st, 2023. from 5pm to 7pm in the Parish Hall.   Looking forward to having this wonderful fellowship event back.  All the pancakes you can eat.  $8 for adults and $5 for children (under 5 free).  Great way to kickoff your Lent

Habitat for Humanity House Build

St. Paul’s is participating in Habitat for Humanity through a coalition known as the Episcopal Build. Eleven churches in the Diocese of North Carolina have joined together to strengthen relationships while serving hard working families in need of affordable housing.
Work starts at the Habitat Construction facility, 3301 Jones Sausage Rd in Garner, on February 4, 2023. You must sign up in advance to participate. Future work dates are to be determined as permitting is completed. For more information contact Kevin McIntire at
Sign-up link: EpiscopalBuild


Invite, Welcome, Connect Leader

We are pleased to announce that Mary Kintz has accepted the new part time staff position of Invite, Welcome, Connect (IWC) Leader.  With Mary's proven leadership, we are very excited to be working with her in this new initiative. You can reach her at ....Continue reading

Back Together Celebration: Thank You

THANK YOU to all who took part in our Back Together Celebration on October 8. Vickie, Rob and David Johnson worked their magic in our new kitchen, using new appliances and setting a high bar for tasty cuisine. Alana Loughlin led a team of volunteers who filled the spacious kitchen with laughter, decorated the Parish Hall and Courtyard for the festivities and ma
naged to take part in the fun as well. Tom Neuhasuer provided the perfect touch with music in the courtyard, and Ragheed Alchaar’s baklava was quickly devoured by the crowd. The new entry decorations and expanded spaces were a real hit with those who were venturing back for the first time in a long time. The focus was on fun and fellowship; it was indeed a success. Check out the photos at