What's Happening at St. Paul's?
September 30, 2015: Life of the church goes on, rain or shine. And we’ll be busy this weekend with Lobster Fest on Saturday and Blessing of the Animals on Sunday. The forecast is for more rain, but at least lobsters and lobster rolls will be just the ticket for a cool, rainy day. Unfortunately, all those lobsters will have to be cooked outside in the rain. Thankfully, jobs for the youth are indoors! …Continue reading
Welcome to the “New and Improved” version of the St. Paul’s web site. This site has been significantly streamlined and simplified to – hopefully – make finding information simpler. It has also been reformatted to be more readable, attractive, and to work on mobile devices and tablets. We hope you like the changes.Continue reading
Join Center for Hope and Healing (CHH) counselor Ruth Burnett to learn more about advances in brain imagery that have led to a better understanding of how trauma affects the brain and mental health. Learn about treatment options that have proven effective. Two class offerings: Tues. Sep 15 10:30 AM to 12:00 noon and Thursday Sep 17 at 7:30 – 9:00 PM. To reserve a place at this class contact Ruth Burnett. 919-800-8530
The annual Backpacks for Veterans will be Oct 18 – Nov 1. We will be collecting items in the narthex. We need help in sorting and filling the backpacks in the Parish Hall during coffee hour on Nov 1. Continue reading below for a list of items needed….Continue reading
The Annual Pumpkin Carving and Chili Cook-off will be October 25, 2015 from 5:00 to 7:00 PM. All ages and stages are welcome! Please bring your “gutless” pumpkin (remove seeds and pulp at home), carving tools, your adorable children (in costume, if desired), a pot of chili to be judged (optional, but prizes are awarded!) and a non-sweet side dish to share. Dessert will be provided. Continue reading below for details…Continue reading