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Diocesan Convention November 17-18

The 208th Annual Convention of the Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina will take place November 17-18, 2023 at the Benton Convention Center in Winston-Salem. All of our clergy and four lay delegates will be representing St. Paul’s. The diocesan website has links to resolutions and business that will be conducted at the convention, if you are interested in following along. Please keep…

Veterans Day Commemoration

Join us in honoring all military men and women this weekend as we share our gratitude for their service. A special Veterans Day commemoration list is available in the narthex and attached here.

Website Update!

We’re excited to announce that our website has just undergone a significant update to enhance your experience! You may notice a fresh new look, improved navigation, and new features that make finding what you need simpler and faster. We’re working diligently to fine-tune everything and ensure all links and resources are up to date. If…

Visiting Eucharistic Ministers

Receiving communion is a meaningful part of our religious experience in The Episcopal Church. If injury or illness keeps you from attending church in person, Visiting Eucharistic Ministers (VEMs) are available to bring communion to you wherever you are (home, hospital or other facility) on a short- or long-term basis. VEMs carry the parish with…

Pledge to Move Forward Together in Faith!

Fall is stewardship season, a time for all of us to reflect on the importance of our shared financial commitment to this community of St. Paul’s in Cary. The path ahead requires us all to move forward TOGETHER. We invite you to become more deeply connected to and integrated with the ministries of St. Paul’s…

ONE Wake Report from Cary Candidate Assembly

600 members of ONE Wake institutions and neighborhoods across Cary turned out for a strictly non-partisan assembly with 5 of 9 candidates for Cary Town Council in September. Together we called on candidates to work with us to address the pending displacement of Chatham Estates mobile home park residents, and small business owners at the…