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Posts by Mary Kintz

Hermano Day

St. Paul’s annual Hermano Day will be Sunday, March 10. Help our farmworker brothers and sisters and their families by donating clothing and household items on the list below…

A Meaningful Lenten Season

Dear Friends, “Do you want to be made well?” This is the theme of our Lenten Sunday Adult Formation series. This Sunday we welcome Celia Hartnett who will lead a session on Caring for the Dying. I really admire Celia and highly recommend you come on by. This will be a meaningful offering in your…

Name Badges – Order Yours Today

One of the most welcoming gestures we can make to those who join us on Sundays is simple: wear a name badge! Name badges help us all, no matter our length of stay here. If you have misplaced yours or you need to order one for the first time, learn more about how to place…

Easter Lily Donations

Giving a lily that will decorate the worship spaces for Easter services is a beautiful way to remember and give thanks for special people, for a donation of $35 per plant. Envelopes are now in the pews at church. Checks may be made payable to St. Paul’s with “Altar Guild Lily” noted in the memo.…

Habitat for Humanity Episcopal Build

St. Paul’s is participating in Habitat for Humanity through a coalition of eleven churches known as the Episcopal Build. Work starts at the Habitat Construction facility, 3301 Jones Sausage Rd, on February 24, 2024 at 8 a.m. You must sign up in advance online to participate. Work on the house(s) will continue every Saturday until completion; St.…

Learn More About ONE Wake at St. Paul’s

If you are curious about the work of ONE Wake or want to know more about community organizing in general, please join us on Sunday, February 18 from 12:30-1:30 p.m. in the Youth Wing. Learn about affordable housing and mental health initiatives and practice relational meeting skills. Newcomers are encouraged to attend.

Find Your Way During Lent at St. Paul’s

St. Paul’s has many opportunities for social gatherings, quiet reflection and study, and activity in service of others, especially during Lent. Scroll through our Upcoming Events to see listings by date. If you’re not sure how to join in, contact our community connector, Mary Kintz, at mary.kintz@stpaulscary.org. From pancakes on Shrove Tuesday to a spaghetti dinner …