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

Appalachia Service Project – Registration Deadline

There are still spots available for the Appalachia Service Project (ASP) mission trip this year, June 18-24, 2023. The trip is open to high school students, including rising 9th graders. We are now ready to offer spots to those outside our congregation. If you haven’t registered yet and want to go, contact Kevin Swann by May 1, 2023. If you have a friend you’d like to invite, have them contact Kevin as well. Check out the ASP page on the St. Paul’s website if you’re curious to know what this ministry is all about. You’ll be glad you did!

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