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Adult Formation – Summer Reading for August, 2023

As the final summer offering of 2023, Adult Formation will be offering a six week reading/discussion opportunity based on “Wholehearted Faith,” the exceptional final work of Rachel Held Evans.  The first meeting will be Wednesday evening, August 2, from 7 – 8 p.m. on Zoom. Register for the group by emailing Gerri Batchelor at gerrikairos@gmail.com.…

Episcopal Farmworker Ministry School Supplies Drive

The Episcopal Farmworker Ministry (EFWM) is collecting school supplies and backpacks for 1200 farmworker children in the community who are returning to school this fall. Through the end of this month, you may help them achieve their goal by going to their Amazon School Supply Wish List and purchasing items for their school supply drive.…

Dorcas Ministries Christmas in July

St. Paul’s is partnering with Dorcas Ministries in Cary for the Christmas in July campaign to stock their very busy food pantry. On Sunday of each week, we will be collecting very specific items in a bin in the narthex. Please abide by the schedule and drop only the item of the week each Sunday.…

Welcome Home 2023 ASP Crew – Check out the Photos!

We welcomed our ASP crew home on June 24 after a fantastic week of work, getting to know themselves and others, AND learning how to use power tools! Thank you to all who support this ministry with their gifts, especially those youth and adults who give an entire week of their summer to this work. Please enjoy the photos on our SmugMug…

Rainbow Gathering Pride Lunch

The St. Paul’s Rainbow Gathering would like to invite you to join us for Pride Lunch on Sunday June 25th, 2023. We will meet in the Parish Hall from 1-3pm, and All Are Welcome! Sign up at Rainbow Gathering: Pride Lunch Meetup. For questions, please contact Andrea at rainbowgathering@stpaulscary.org.

Summer Enrichment Program – CRITICAL NEED FOR VOLUNTEERS

The Kirk of Kildaire Presbyterian Church provides enrichment programming and healthy meals for families in need in our local community during the break from traditional school. St. Paul’s partners with other Cary congregations (Cary Presbyterian Church, Greenwood Forest Baptist Church and the Kirk of Kildaire) to provide volunteers.  We’ve gotten word that there has been a high demand for the program with over 75 elementary children, 18 youth, and 20 preschoolers registered.  That’s good news! But right now, they don’t have the number of volunteers that are needed.