What's Happening at St. Paul's?
It’s good to be back. After Easter my family and I gathered at our house in Cape Cod for some relaxation and good food. Read George’s letter
Like fasting during Lent, keeping the Easter feast is an ancient spiritual practice. …Continue reading
As Mother Alice reminded us last week, Easter is not a day but a season. I invite you to join us in celebrating Easter hope as we gather for worship this coming Sunday. Read Fr. Javier’s Letter
This year, St. Paul’s VBS will take place on July 11-14, 2022, from 9:00 AM to 12:00 noon. There is a more detailed announcement about registration (click here for more information). ….Continue reading
The new hope of Easter invites us into a lengthy celebration. Observance of the fifty days of Easter began in the first century, and today, the season comes with familiar festivities: Mother’s Day, graduations, and kids playing outside in the extended daylight after dinner. I invite you to look for the hope of a risen Christ in these joys, and to return to St. Paul’s for some of the community gatherings highlighted below, as you are able. Read Mother Alice’s Letter
Join us at Coffee Hour on Sunday, April 24, 2022 to find out about the May 17 Elections, early voting and how ONE Wake is recruiting Affordable Housing Voters who care about preserving housing options for essential workers, especially in Cary.Continue reading
In The Divine Dance: The Trinity and Your Transformation, Richard Rohr reinvigorates the ancient mystery of the Trinity in an engaging, accessible, and practicable way. God is One AND Three: “One God, belovedly in communion, as All-Vulnerable, All-Embracing, and All-given to you and me.”
Join us on Wednesday evenings in the Easter season for an engaging book discussion via Zoom!Continue reading
ASP Ministry Spring Chore Day – Saturday, April 30th (9am – 12 pm):
St. Paul’s youth are thrilled to resume our annual tradition of heading to the mountains this summer, to serve the people of Appalachia! Our volunteers are eager to gather and assist our parishioners through outdoor projects. If we can help you catch up on yardwork (mulch, raking, planting, weeding), please contact Stephanie Hirschy: email@example.com. We greatly appreciate your support!!
Join us at St. Paul’s this Easter season as we explore how we are called to live into Christ’s resurrection in our world today. Sunday forums take place from 10:20-11:00 a.m. in the sanctuary, and you may join us in person at the church or online by registering at the link.Continue reading
Coffee Hour has resumed. St. Paul’s many ministries take turns hosting.Continue reading