What's Happening at St. Paul's?
ONE Wake has organized its first PUBLIC ACTION in Cary and we need a big St. Paul’s turnout on November 11 at 7pm on Zoom!Continue reading
The Vestry Nominating Committee is currently seeking nominations for Vestry members! Vestry terms are three years with the upcoming class beginning January 2022. Parishioners are encouraged to submit names of individuals who could potentially serve on the Vestry. Parishioners are asked to send nominations to Frank Laney (Frank_Laney@ca4.uscourts.gov) by Wednesday, November 10, 2021. Self-nominations are also welcome.
In this week’s Hope for the Journey, Mother Alice reflects on the different definitions of sainthood.Continue reading
This week I have some exciting news to share with you regarding Alice. Also, I invite you to be with us this Sunday as we hear about what it means to Grow in Faith together. You will also find a link for Sunday’s service if you wish to join us through Facebook Live. Read George’s Letter
In this week’s Hope for the Journey, Father George reflects on what a fantastic evening we had this past Sunday as over 100 gathered for the Halloween “Drive-in” Pizza and Movie Night.Continue reading
I want to draw your attention to this Sunday and encourage you to join us as we hear what it means to be a serving faith community. Also highlight great news from the Refuge for Refugee Ministry, invite you to a Halloween celebration, show how we will honor Veterans, and be sure you know about this Sundays Adult Formation Offering. Information about worship times and ways to join us in person or virtually is provided too. Read George’s Letter
The St. Paul’s Refuge for Refugee Committee (R4R) is excited to welcome our EIGHTH family to the United States. We are next on the list of sponsors with US Committee for Refugees and Immigrants (USCRI) for hosting a refugee family from (hopefully) Afghanistan.Continue reading
In this week’s Hope for the Journey: what can Jane Goodall and Neil Gaiman’s The Sandman teach us about hope?Continue reading
The Blood Drive Committee, a collaboration of Cary Presbyterian and St. Paul’s Episcopal, is happy to announce that we are hosting our next blood drive at St. Paul’s in the parking lot on Saturday, November 13 from 9 am-1 pm.Continue reading
This week I want to draw your attention to the next three Sundays and encourage you to join us, remind you of a job opportunity that you or someone you know may be interested in, Adult Formation this Sunday, and information about worship times and ways to join us in person or virtually. Read George’s Letter