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Youth

Celebrate Christmas with Us!

Celebrate the beginning of the Christmas season at St. Paul’s! All are welcome to join us at any of our Christmas Eve and Christmas Day services. On Christmas Eve, the 4 p.m. service has a family focus: it will feature the children’s Canterbury Choir and Canterbury Bells, and childcare will be available for children up to age 3 in the nursery. (The…

December Youth, Children’s and Family News

“Advent is a season of the longest nights, of preparing and waiting. A friend Amy Peterson calls Advent ‘a deep breath in the dark’ before a Christmas burst of light… During these 22 days, let St. Paul’s be a place of rest and joyful anticipation for you…” Read more from Mother Alice in the December…

Note in the Pocket Clothing Drive

Note in the Pocket is a local organization that provides quality clothing to homeless and impoverished children and families with dignity and love. Please help our Pre-EYC (4th and 5th graders) support Note in the Pocket by donating your gently used clothing and shoes, as well as new socks and underwear, through Dec. 17. All…

Mental Health Panel Discussion

The Resilience Ministry at St. Paul’s has invited local mental health professionals to a panel discussion on Sunday, October 1, 2023 from 5 – 7 p.m. in the Parish Hall. The discussion will include ideas on how we as a faith community can support our youth’s mental health and will be moderated by the Rev. Alice Graham Grant, Associate Rector for Children’s and Youth Formation.

Diocesan Mental Health Awareness Day

Mental health, especially the health of our youth, is something to which we should all pay attention. To that end, the Diocese of North Carolina Committee on Children & Youth Mental Health is sponsoring an in-person workshop to learn how churches can support wellness efforts. This event will take place at St. Francis Episcopal Church in Greensboro on August 19, 2023 from 9:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.

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…

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.