Worship. Serve. Grow.

Lobster Fest

Lobsters directly from Maine, Lobster Rolls, Lobster Meals, served with smiles, efficiency, music, and appreciation for your participation!


Greetings from all of us at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, and welcome to this website filled with information about our renowned Lobster Fest. I hope you enjoy the fresh Maine lobster with the knowledge that the funds raised will support many of the programs of St. Paul’s. We are a vibrant, inclusive and growing parish where “All Are Welcome.” If you would like more information about St. Paul’s please do not hesitate to contact me at: George.Adamik@stpaulscary.org.

The Rev. George Adamik, Rector

LOBSTER FEST is on Hiatus for 2021

On behalf of the entire St. Paul’s Lobster Fest team, I am sad to announce that our annual Lobster Fest will be on hiatus for 2021.

We discussed many scenarios to try and make the Fest happen this year, but we were unable to come up with a way to hold the event that would adequately protect the health of our friends and volunteers. So even though it was a very tough decision, we think it was the right decision, and hope you understand, too.

However, we are determined to make a strong comeback in 2022 to make Lobster Fest even better! Please stay tuned!

A part of the Lobster Fest tradition has always been to give back to the community; a tradition we would like to continue – even this year. If you are able to do so, would you be willing to make a donation of what you might have spent on lobster toward a local charity helping to deal with the pandemic? Please select your personal favorite, or here are links to three local agencies that would make great use of your donation to help families dealing with food scarcity. Thank you!

Dorcas Ministries
North Carolina Food Bank
Western Wake Crisis Ministry

Finally, a heartfelt “Thank you!” for all of the love and support you’ve given to the event in years past. We look forward to seeing you again in 2022!