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Preaching this Sunday

The Rev. Sara C. Ardrey-Graves will preach on January 26, 2020.

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Visit an online liturgical calendar listing the readings for Sundays and major Holy Days from the Revised Common Lectionary. Read Fred Horton’s commentaries on the diocesan web site.

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Events for January 26, 2020

7:45 am

Holy Eucharist, Rite 1

January 26 @ 7:45 am
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An event every week that begins at 7:45 am on Sunday, repeating until April 5, 2020

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Winston-Salem, 520 Summit St.
Winston Salem, NC 27101 United States
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A Rite One spoken service in the nave at 7:45 a.m. most Sundays between Labor Day and Memorial Day. Preaching Today: Want to know who’s preaching via email? Sign up for our weekly email, @StPaul’s, to get that and other exclusive information each week. Click here to sign up.  Visit an online liturgical calendar listing the … Continue reading Holy Eucharist, Rite 1

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9:00 am

Holy Eucharist, Rite 2

January 26 @ 9:00 am
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An event every week that begins at 9:00 am on Sunday, repeating until April 5, 2020

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Winston-Salem, 520 Summit St.
Winston Salem, NC 27101 United States
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A Rite Two service in the nave (the main church). During the school year, music is by the Novices, Choristers, and Chorale. Children’s Chapel and childcare are available during this service. Preaching Today: Want to know who's preaching via email? Sign up for our weekly email, @StPaul's, to get that and other exclusive information each … Continue reading Holy Eucharist, Rite 2

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10:15 am

EYC Sunday Morning Formation

January 26 @ 10:15 am - 11:00 am
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An event every week that begins at 10:15 am on Sunday, repeating until May 17, 2020

St. Paul’s Youth Room, 520 Summit St.
Winston Salem, NC United States
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Episcopal Youth Community (EYC) Sunday morning formation. Grades 6-7 meet in the Parlor for Film School Grades 8-12 meet in the youth room for a study

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Children’s Formation Classes

January 26 @ 10:15 am - 11:00 am
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An event every week that begins at 10:15 am on Sunday, repeating until May 17, 2020

Formation classes for Children meet on Sundays from 10:15 to 11:00 am. 3- and 4-year-olds meet in Room 232, second-floor Preschool hallway 5-year-olds and kindergarteners meet in Room 236, second-floor Preschool hallway First graders meet in Room 235, second-floor Preschool hallway Second and third graders meet in Room 211 and 210 of The Station at … Continue reading Children’s Formation Classes

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Episcopal 101 Confirmation Class

January 26 @ 10:15 am - 11:00 am
Colhoun A, 520 Summit St.
Winston Salem, NC 27101 United States

Rector’s Forum: The Ins and Outs of the Book of Common Prayer The Rev’d John Shields and the Rev’d Darby Everhard | Confirmation Class 3 If you ask Episcopalians what they believe, chances are, they will probably quote a prayer or a line of liturgy from the Book of Common Prayer. This practice of lex … Continue reading Episcopal 101 Confirmation Class

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11:15 am

Morning Prayer, Rite 2

January 26 @ 11:15 am
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An event every 2 weeks that begins at 11:15 am on Sunday, repeating until May 10, 2020

One event on May 10, 2020 at 11:15 am

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5:00 pm

Episcopal Youth Community

January 26 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
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An event every week that begins at 5:00 pm on Sunday, repeating until May 17, 2020

EYC or Episcopal Youth Community is our weekly fellowship opportunities for youth grades 6-12 led by the EYC ministry team.  On Sundays, youth will engage in various opportunities to experience a communal atmosphere that accepts youth where they are spiritually, physically, emotionally, and mentally.  EYC's goal is to create an environment where youth feel comfortable … Continue reading Episcopal Youth Community

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Holy Eucharist, Rite 2

January 26 @ 5:00 pm
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An event every week that begins at 5:00 pm on Sunday, repeating until May 17, 2020

The Chapel at St. Paul’s, 520 Summit St.
Winston Salem, NC 27101 United States
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Located in the Chapel, this is an informal, come-as-you-are Rite Two service for all ages with a variety of music. Preaching Today: Want to know who’s preaching via email? Sign up for our weekly email, @StPaul’s, to get that and other exclusive information each week. Click here to sign up.  Click here to view online. Visit … Continue reading Holy Eucharist, Rite 2

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Jail and Prison Ministry Sunday, Dec 1

Join us on Sun, Dec 1
Prayers will be offered at services this day for those who are incarcerated and their families and for jail and prison employees. St. Paul’s joins Forsyth Jail and Prison Ministries to offer this annual holiday outreach ministry, “In The Name of the Father,” to provide gifts for imprisoned fathers to present to their children.

“In the Name of the Father” Christmas Gift Drive

This program allows inmates at the Forsyth Correctional Center to present their children with gifts at the center’s Christmas party. On November 17, tags will be available in the library for each child whose father qualifies, showing the child’s gender and age. Parishioners choose a tag and buy two gifts for the child; a piece of clothing and a toy, game, or other appropriate gifts. Each gift should have a value of about $20, making the total for each child $40. The unwrapped gifts, with the child’s tag attached, can be placed in the labeled “In the Name of the Father” bins at the Goodheart Entrance through Sunday, Dec 8.

College Ministries

St. Paul’s is excited to partner with the Episcopal Student Fellowship at Wake Forest University. This is a great and vital part of our local ministry. ESF builds community in many ways, including:

  • Weekly Wednesday Night Dinners
  • Sunday Evening Worship Services
  • Weekend Retreats Each Semester
  • Intramural Sports
  • Service Events
  • Small-Group Bible Study

ESF welcomes any and all who want to join regardless of background, gender identity, religious affiliations, sexual orientation or really anything else.

If you would like more information, visit the website by clicking here.

Cookies Needed!

Calling all cookie bakers. Help Forsyth Jail and Prison Ministries Christmas outreach by baking cooking to give to jail inmates. The ministry needs 3000 “sturdy” homemade or purchased cookies; sugar, chocolate chip, oatmeal, or peanut butter (large, about 3-inch in diameter.)

Contact Brooke to sign-up for the number of cookies, brooke@forsythjpm.org or (336) 759-0063 x1000.

Please deliver the cookies by Friday, December 13, 9 am – 12 pm in sealed, bulk containers to:

Forsyth Jail & Prison Ministries
McGee-Hedgley Chapel
307 Craft Dr., Winston-Salem, NC 27105

Brunswick Stew for Thanksgiving Week

Our Senior Adults will cook Brunswick stew for your Thanksgiving crowd or to freeze. Orders will be ready for pickup after the 9:00 and 11:15 services in front of the kitchen on November 24 or in the kitchen the next week. To order, follow the link below to print out the form. Forms are also available at the back of the nave, outside the chapel and the reception desk.

Click here to download the form.

Two Exciting New Titles Added to the Bookstore

Passionate for Justice: Ida B. Wells As Prophet for Our Time by Catherine Meeks and Nibs Stroupe is about Wells as a powerful churchwoman and witness for justice and equity from 1878 to 1931. Born enslaved, her experience flowed through the struggles for justice in her lifetime, especially in the intersections of African Americans, women, and those who were poor. This book is a guide for the current state of affairs in American culture, enlivened by the historical perspective of Wells’ search for justice.

Seeing My Skin: A Story of Wrestling With Whiteness by Peter Jarrett-Schell is about personal journey of a priest’s understanding of his Whiteness that widens into an invitation to wrestle with larger cultural issues of race and belonging.  He delves deeply into how Whiteness has shaped his life. Jarrett-Schell challenges readers to personally consider the role of race in their own lives.  In recent years, white institutions, congregations, and individuals have all begun to wrestle with their racial legacy. But these reflections often get lost abstracting ideas of white privilege, white fragility, structural racism, and the like, until they become nothing more than jargon. This book challenges its readers to look closely at how these concepts show up in their everyday lives. By examining how Whiteness has distorted his own perceptions, relationships, and sense of self, Jarrett-Schell argues for the personal stakes that white people have in dismantling racism, and offers the creative possibilities that emerge when we begin to do the work.