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This Sunday

All are welcome this Sunday, March 31, the Fourth Sunday in Lent.

The Rev. Nancy J. Vaders will preach.

  • Holy Eucharist at 7:45, 9:00 and 11:15  a.m. in the nave
  • Holy Eucharist at 5:00 p.m. in the chapel

Dr. Mark Ardrey-Graves, Director of Music for Children and Youth, will teach a class, The Glory of These Forty Days: The Music of Lent and Holy Week, on Sunday, March 31 from 10:15 to 11:00 a.m. in Colhoun A.

On March 31 from 10:15 to 11:00 a.m. in the chapel, the Episcopal 101 Confirmation Class will focus on Episcopal polity. The Rev. D. Dixon Kinser will teach the class, which is open to all.

Child care for infants and toddlers will be available from 8:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in rooms 107 and 114 off the Preschool hallway, accessible from the Goodheart Entrance. Children’s Chapel will be offered during the 9:00 service.

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.

UTO Blue Boxes

Beginning Wednesday, March 6, United Thank Offering Blue Boxes will be available for parishioners to take home.

The United Thank Offering is a program of the Episcopal Church for the mission of the whole church, founded and administered by women since 1889. The UTO mission is to expand the circle of thankful people. Thank offering monies are distributed annually through national and international grants.

This year, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church Women are sponsoring this Lenten UTO Blue Box offering, encouraging parish families to use the boxes as part of a spiritual practice of gratitude for Lent and beyond.

Empty boxes will be placed for pick-up at the back of the nave, the chapel entrance, the Goodheart Entrance and the second-floor reception desk. Boxes containing donations are to be returned to the church on Sunday, May 12, when the UTO Spring Ingathering takes place and St. Paul’s gives thanks for the ministry of the ECW.

The Daily Office

Morning Prayer

Weekdays at 8:15 a.m. in the nave

Evening Prayer

Weekdays, Thursday, March 7 through Wednesday, April 17, 4:30 p.m. in the nave, live-streamed on St. Paul’s Facebook group page


Sundays, March 10 through April 14, 6:15 to 6:30 p.m. in the nave

Parishioners are encouraged to volunteer to lead the services. Contact the Rev. Sara C. Ardrey-Graves at (336) 723-4391, ext. 1211, or if you would like to serve.


The Labyrinth

The Labyrinth will be available during Lent from 12:00 noon to 12:45 p.m. on Wednesdays, March 13, 20, 27, April 3 and 10.

Based on the labyrinth in the floor of Chartres Cathedral in France, St. Paul’s Labyrinth is etched into the floor of the chapel, a balanced, circular walking path with seven concentric circles, leading from an outer entry point to the center. As a true labyrinth, it offers a single, purposeful pathway, with no dead ends, and can be walked by people of all faiths. Some people pray as they walk, opening their minds and hearts to God’s peace and the presence of the Holy Spirit, while others meditate, as they follow the path to the center and back out again into the world.

Bag Lunches for Augsburg Shelter

Volunteers are needed to make sandwiches and pack bag lunches for guests of the Augsburg Lutheran Church Overflow Shelter on Tuesday, March 26, from 11:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon in the kitchen at St. Paul’s.

This is quick work and will provide a healthy lunch for those who are without access to food and shelter during the day. All supplies will be provided.

Visit to volunteer or contact Director of Outreach Ministries, the Rev. Nancy Vaders, at

All volunteer slots have been filled.

Wednesday Supper Series

This year’s Lenten Supper Series focuses on Experiencing the Beauty and Mystery of Holy Week, with gatherings for parishioners of all ages on Wednesdays, March 27, April 3 and 10, from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. in Colhoun A, led by clergy.

Liturgical expression is one of the great gifts of the Episcopal tradition, and there is no greater experience of this beauty than Holy Week. We participate in services that powerfully show the journey of Jesus to the cross, from Palm Sunday through Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and the Great Vigil of Easter.

As Easter comes only once a year, though, it’s hard to engage with the full breadth of spirituality that these services offer. In this year’s Wednesday Supper Series, we will explore more deeply each of the Holy Week services, including the specific rituals of each service and what these days teach us about Jesus. Join us for an interactive meditation of Holy Week as we prepare for the drama of this climactic season in the church year.

  • March 13 Palm Sunday
  • March 20 Maundy Thursday
  • March 27 Good Friday
  • April 3 The Great Vigil of Easter
  • April 10 The Eucharist

After supper, child care for children three years old and younger will be available in room 107 off the Preschool hallway. Pre-K students through fifth graders will meet in Colhoun B and C after dinner to explore the theme, “Into the Wilderness.” Games, crafts and storytelling will be part of the children’s program.

All five Wednesday night parish gatherings include supper for the whole family from 5:30 to 6:15 p.m. Programs will be presented from 6:15 to 7:00 p.m. The cost for supper will be $7 for adults and $5 for children younger than 12, with a maximum cost per family of $20.

Faith & Justice March Program

The Faith & Justice Committee’s 2018-19 Lunch and Speaker Series will continue on Thursday, March 28, at 12:15 p.m. in Colhoun A.

The program, “Fierce Conversations About Race and Justice,” will be presented by Nigel Alston, community advocate, motivational speaker and Executive Director of the North Carolina Black Repertory Theater.

Alston will share his insights on race and justice and how conversations that go beyond the superficial level can make a real difference in building relationships. Susan Scott, author of Fierce Conversations, writes that the conversation is the relationship. Conversation that is truly robust, passionate and honest can lead to a cultural transformation in our country today with whites and people of color.

Bring your own lunch. Beverages will be provided. All are welcome.

The Glory of These Forty Days

Dr. Mark Ardrey-Graves, Director of Music for Children and Youth, will teach a class, The Glory of These Forty Days: The Music of Lent and Holy Week, on Sunday, March 31 from 10:15 to 11:00 a.m. in Colhoun A.

There is a unique shift in the way we make and hear music in Lent and Holy Week, perhaps more than any other season of the church year. This class will explore some of the whats and whys of the distinctive flavors of Lenten music in our worship tradition. Plus, come discover the only hymn that The Book of Common Prayer specifically dictates to be used in the liturgy. The answer may surprise you!

Episcopal 101

Episcopal 101 confirmation classes, led by clergy and Director of Youth Ministries Nick VanHorn, will continue throughout Lent on Sunday March 10, 17, 24, 31 and April 7, 10:15 to 11:00 a.m., in the chapel. Confirmation will be Sunday, April 28 at 10:00 a.m.

Open to all, whether a newcomer, teenager or cradle Episcopalian, these classes are a great way to explore the many ways we follow Jesus at St. Paul’s. Upcoming classes include a deep dive into the prayer book, stewardship and faithful giving and the structure of our church leadership. Join us if you want to learn more about what it means to be an Episcopalian.

  • March 31 Episcopal Polity. The Rev. D. Dixon Kinser
  • April 7 Confirmation Recap. The Rev. Sara C. Ardrey-Graves

Links to recordings of the classes are available on the Episcopal 101 page in the Formation section of the web site.

Parish Weekend at Kanuga

St. Paul’s 2019 Parish Weekend at Kanuga Conference Center in Hendersonville will be Friday, May 3 through Sunday, May 5.

The registration deadline is Wednesday, April 3.

The weekend will be a wonderful time to leave behind the stresses of daily life and connect with God and other members of our parish. Weekend activities include worship, Bible study, s’mores by the campfire, Saturday evening dinner and dancing, nature walks, sports and much more!

To review pricing information and register online, visit

Financial support is available.

For information or to volunteer to help, contact Donna Hennessey at or (336) 414-9749.

Circle Meetings

St. Agatha’s and St. Helena/Elizabeth’s Circles will have their Spring Luncheon in the Arbor Room at Arbor Aces on Wednesday, April 3 at 11:30 a.m. Contact Yvette Simmons (St. Agatha’s) at (336) 765-6692 or or Doris Arzonico (St. Helena/St. Elizabeth’s) at (336) 765-8233.

St. Anne’s Circle will meet for lunch ($6) at 12:15 p.m. on Monday, April 8, in Colhoun A. A representative from greeNest, a local non-profit providing support in the transition from homelessness to independent living, will be the speaker. Earlier that morning, a private tour of the Greenest facility at 630 Brookstown Avenue has been arranged. Contact Lynn Holtzclaw at (336) 761-1098 or, Peggy Slater at (336) 829-0172 or

St. Mary’s Circle will meet on Monday, April 8 at 2:30 p.m. at the home of Mary Louise Burress, 2 Graylyn Place Court. The Rev. Nancy J. Vaders, Director of Outreach Ministries, will be guest speaker. Contact Stella Surratt at (336) 725-1119 or Toni Corpening at (336) 768-6259 or

St. Ruth’s Circle will meet on Monday, April 8 from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. Anyone interested in attending can e-mail Michelle Anderson at

St. Margaret’s Circle will participate in St. Paul’s Lenten programs in April. Contact Aly Moser at and Elizabeth Foley at (336) 624-8430 or

St. Lucy’s Circle will participate in the Altar Guild’s annual Palm Cross Workshop and luncheon on Thursday, April 11, from 9:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in Colhoun B and C. Contact Lisa Rowell at or Paige Dillon at

ReNEWal Campaign Update Gatherings

As the ReNEWal Inside and Out capital campaign progresses, parishioners are invited to gather to learn more about the campaign, hear about campaign progress, and enjoy fellowship at one of the following times and locations:

Thursday, April 4
5:30 – 7:00 p.m.
The Borton’s home
2832 Fairmont Road
Winston-Salem, NC 27106

Thursday, May 9
5:30 – 7:00 p.m.
The Friedman’s home
2446 Warwick Road
Winston-Salem, NC 27104

Contact Director of Stewardship Margaret Turner at (336) 723-4391, ext. 1210, or to let her know which event you plan to attend.

A Liturgical Road Map to Holy Week

The Rev. Darby O. Everhard will lead a class, A Liturgical Road Map to Holy Week, on Sunday, April 7, 10:15 to 11:00 a.m., Colhoun A.

Darby will help us map out the pathways of the liturgies during Holy Week and Easter. All are welcome to explore this liturgical journey which begins on Palm Sunday, April 14, continues with many stops along the way, with a final destination of resurrection on Easter Day, April 21.

Lunch for Winston-Salem Street School

On Wednesday, April 10, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., St. Paul’s will host a pizza party for the Winston-Salem Street School. St. Paul’s will provide the pizza. Volunteers are needed to bring sides and serve. Sign up at

The Winston-Salem Street School is a non-profit private high school “dedicated to providing a quality education as a means of transforming disenfranchised members of our society into empowered citizens.” The school relies on community organizations to provider at least one meal each week.

Senior Adults to Tour UNCSA

St. Paul’s Senior Adults Ministry has arranged a docent-led tour of the University of North Carolina School of the Arts campus and programs on Friday, April 12. The tour will include students in action.

The St. Paul’s bus will leave from the side parking lot at 12:30 p.m.  To reserve your place, send a check payable to St. Paul’s for $10 to Senior Adults Minister Anne Rahn.

Contact Anne at or (336) 723-4797.

How to Do Holy Week

The Rev. Sara C. Ardrey-Graves will teach a class, How to Do Holy Week: Spiritual Practices in Action, on Sunday, April 14 from 10:15 to 11:00 a.m. in Colhoun A.

St. Paul’s offers many opportunities to grow spiritually through Holy Week—practices like Confession, Daily Eucharist, Prayer, Fasting and Stations of the Cross. Are you curious about what these practices are like? Unsure of where to start? Come join Sara for a practical walk-through and instruction in how you might participate in a new spiritual practice this Holy Week.

Monday in Holy Week

Here is my servant, whom I uphold, my chosen, in whom my soul delights; I have put my spirit upon him; he will bring forth justice to the nations.

Monday, April 15

Morning Prayer, 8:15 a.m., chancel area of the nave.

The Rite of Reconciliation of a Penitent, 10:00 to 11:45 a.m. The Rite of Reconciliation of a Penitent, also known as penance and confession, is the sacramental rite in which those who wish to repent may confess their sins to God in the presence of a priest and receive the assurance of pardon and the grace of absolution. Clergy will be available during these times to hear private confessions in the nave. No appointment is necessary.

Holy Eucharist, spoken service at the side altar in the nave, 12:00 noon.

Evening Prayer at 4:30 p.m., chancel area of the nave

Tuesday in Holy Week

The Lord called me before I was born, while I was in my mother’s womb he named me.

Tuesday, April 16

Morning Prayer, 8:15 a.m., chancel area of the nave.

Holy Eucharist, spoken service at the side altar in the nave, 12:00 noon.

Evening Prayer at 4:30 p.m., chancel area of the nave.

The Rite of Reconciliation of a Penitent, 10:00 to 11:45 a.m. and 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. in the nave.

Wednesday in Holy Week

Jesus was troubled in spirit, and declared, “Very truly, I tell you, one of you will betray me.”

Wednesday, April 17

Morning Prayer, 8:15 a.m., chancel area of the nave.

The Rite of Reconciliation of a Penitent, 10:00 to 11:45 a.m. in the nave.

Holy Eucharist, spoken service at the side altar in the nave, 12:00 noon. (There will be no 10:30 a.m. service.)

Evening Prayer at 4:30 p.m., chancel area of the nave.

Holy Eucharist in the chapel, 5:30 p.m.

Maundy Thursday

“This is my body which is given for you.”

Thursday, April 18

Morning Prayer, 8:15 a.m., chancel area of the nave.

Holy Eucharist, spoken service at the side altar in the nave, 12:00 noon.

Holy Eucharist and Foot Washing, 6:00 p.m. Maundy Thursday’s prayers originate in Christ’s last act of service to others, as Jesus takes on “the very nature of a servant” by washing the disciples’ feet. With a simple last supper, he institutes the Eucharist and instructs the disciples to “love one another as I have loved you.” After the celebration of the Holy Eucharist, the altar and chancel are stripped of vessels and all decorative items as is customary. The service has no real ending as we enter the sacred final three days of Holy Week (Triduum) before Easter. A children’s service will be held in the chapel during the service in the nave. Child care will be provided for infants through four-year-olds in room 107 off the Preschool hallway.

Good Friday

Jesus said, “It is finished.” Then he bowed his head and gave up his spirit.

Friday, April 19

Morning Prayer, 8:15 a.m., chancel area of the nave.

Stations of the Cross, 11:00 a.m. in the nave. As we walk the stations of the cross, moving from images of Jesus’ condemnation to his burial, we pray and meditate on the events of his last day of life on earth. The Way of the Cross imitates the practice of visiting the places of Jesus’ Passion in the Holy Land by early Christian pilgrims.

Good Friday Liturgy 12:00 noon. Following betrayal, arrest, condemnation, beatings and mockery, Jesus carried his cross to Golgotha for death by crucifixion. Afterwards his body was placed in the tomb where it remained through the Sabbath. Good Friday is the day that proclaims God’s drawing of the world to himself in Jesus Christ, redeeming us by his holy cross. We listen to the story of the Passion from John’s Gospel and pray for the needs of all people. Child care will be provided for infants through four-year-olds in room 107 beginning at 10:45 a.m.

The church will be open for prayer from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m.

Outdoor Family Stations of the Cross, 5:30 p.m. Parishioners will gather outdoors, weather permitting, at the bottom of Pilot View Street across from Hanes Park and walk together, stopping at stations along the way and ending in the garden chapel.

Holy Saturday

Therefore we have been buried with him by baptism into death, so that, just as Christ was raised for the dead by the glory of the Father, so we too might walk in newness of life.

Saturday, April 20

The Great Vigil of Easter, Lighting of the New Fire, Baptism and Holy Eucharist, 7:00 p.m. We gather in darkness to celebrate the light of Christ’s resurrection. On this day between the crucifixion and the resurrection, Jesus’ body rested in the tomb. It is the day of watchful expectation, in which mourning is being transformed into joy. We kindle a new fire, symbolizing our eternal life in Christ, from which we light the Paschal candle, representing Christ, the light of the world. We celebrate Holy Baptism (Easter was the primary baptismal day for the early Christians), and celebrate the first Holy Eucharist of Easter.

Easter Day

Jesus Christ is risen today! Alleluia!

Sunday, April 21

Festival Holy Eucharist 7:00, 9:00 and 11:15 a.m. in the nave

Holy Eucharist 5:00 p.m. in the chapel

Early in the morning of the third day, women go to the tomb and find the stone at the entrance has been rolled away. An angel tells them Jesus is alive. Easter Day dawns, and Jesus appears to his followers. We celebrate joyously the resurrection of our Savior.

Parishioners of all ages are invited to flower the cross in front of the church before and after services.

Child care will be provided for infants through three-year-olds in rooms 107 and 114 during the 9:00 and 11:15 a.m. services.

April Senior Luncheon

On Wednesday, April 24, St. Paul’s Senior Adults will welcome Deputy Fire Marshall Angela Sowell with the Winston-Salem Fire Department, who will speak on fire safety and her experiences as a female fire fighter.  She will also talk about how the fire department operates and what happens when you call 911.

Fellowship begins at 11:15 a.m. with lunch at 11:30 in the Colhoun Room. The program begins at noon. The cost is $6.00. Reservations are not needed. All are welcome.

Faith & Justice April Program

The Faith & Justice Committee’s 2018-19 Lunch and Speaker Series will continue on Thursday, April 25, at 12:15 p.m. in Colhoun A.

The program, “Unlocking the Truth in the Justice System,” will be presented by Mark Rabil, Clinical Professor of Law at Wake Forest University and Director of the Innocence & Justice Clinic at Wake Forest School of Law.

In these days with cries of “fake news” and an increasing awareness of our biases, do the methods of innocence clinics provide effective means of determining “what happened?”  What are the lessons of the more than 2,300 exonerations of innocent people wrongfully convicted by U.S. courts?  Is there hope?

Bring your own lunch. Beverages will be provided. All are welcome.

West Endings Tour

St. Paul’s Senior Adults Ministry is sponsoring a “West Endings Tour” of historic West End on Thursday, April 25, led by guide Dan Riedel, owner of Carolina History & Haunts. The tour begins in the courtyard of Tart Sweets bakery (formerly Michael’s Restaurant) at 1:45 p.m. and lasts for 90 minutes.

On a one-mile stroll through the Historic West End District, the group will walk the old Victorian streets hearing stories of love, money and a few unfortunate endings. Riedel will tell stories of the local history and haunts as well as the area’s superstitious customs as he leads the group to the sites where some of Winston-Salem’s former residents continue to have an everlasting presence.

To take the tour, send a check for $20 to Senior Adults Minister Anne Rahn. Contact Anne at (336) 723-4797 or

Senior Adults’ Downtown Outing

St. Paul’s Senior Adults Ministry has planned a downtown outing on Tuesday, April 30. The bus will leave at 10:00 a.m. and return by 2:30 p.m.

The group’s first stop will be the Winston-Salem Street School, a private alternative high school on Sixth Street serving at-risk youth.

After lunch at Jeffrey Adams on Fourth the group will visit parishioners Pat and Hal Brown’s penthouse home at One Park Vista for dessert and a view of the city.

Contact Senior Adults Minister Anne Rahn to sign up at or (336) 723-4797. There is no cost for the trip, but everyone will pay for his or her own lunch.

United Thank Offering

The Episcopal Church Women’s United Thank Offering spring ingathering will be held at all services on Sunday, May 12.

All UTO Blue Boxes filled during Lent are to be brought to church that day. There will also be envelopes in the pews and chapel chairs for contributions, which you can then place in the offering plate or basket. Your offering may be made in cash or by check, payable to St. Paul’s ECW with “UTO” indicated in the memo line. You may also mail your offering to the church.

The United Thank Offering is an Episcopal Church Women’s ministry that is more than 100 years old. It directly supports our goal to be a missionary diocese. Twice a year, St. Paul’s ECW collects our offerings and sends them to the UTO diocesan chairman. A presentation is then made to the National Church where a select committee considers the many requests that have been received from both at home and abroad. We are especially proud that St. Paul’s is consistently among the largest UTO contributors in our diocese.

Let us show our thankfulness for all God has done for us by sharing our blessings with others. Please return the blue envelope with your gift on Sunday, May 12, or consider making a donation by mail.

Faith & Justice May Program

The Faith & Justice Committee’s 2018-19 Lunch and Speaker Series will conclude on Thursday, May 23, at 12:15 p.m. in Colhoun A.

The program, Economic Mobility in Forsyth County: What’s the Problem? will be presented by Dr. Craig Richardson, Director of the Center for the Study of Economic Mobility, Winston-Salem State University and BB&T Distinguished Professor of Economics at Winston-Salem State.

North Carolina has one of the fastest growing economies in the country, yet we have some of the lowest outcomes for those who are born at the bottom of the economic ladder. What special challenges make Forsyth County among the hardest places to escape poverty in the entire country?

Bring your own lunch. Beverages will be provided. All are welcome.

Youth Episcopal Pilgrimage to Washington

St. Paul’s youth in ninth through twelfth grades are invited to join Director of Youth Ministries Nick VanHorn on an Episcopal Pilgrimage to Washington, DC, Sunday, July 21 through Friday, July 26.

The group will view historic places through the lens of the Episcopal tradition, studying social justice at the steps of the Lincoln Memorial where the Rev. King spoke and discussing supersessionism after visiting the Holocaust museum. The group will also visit the Museum of the Bible, the National Cathedral and other “surprise” locations.

The cost is $425. Registration and a $100 deposit are required to reserve a spot. Scholarships are available. Deposits are non-refundable unless all spots are filled.

Space is very limited and will be filled as registrations and deposits are received. A waiting list will be kept once all spaces have been filled.

For more information and to register for the trip, contact Nick at

Available in St. Paul’s Bookshop

The Path Between Us

Most of us have no idea that others do not see as we see, nor do they process their experiences in the same way we do.  That fact is especially crucial in relationships with partners, with friends or in our professional lives. Understanding the motivations and dynamics of these different personality types can be the key that unlocks sometimes mystifying behavior in others―and in ourselves.  The Path Between Us: An Enneagram Journey to Healthy Relationships by Suzanne Stabile guides readers into deeper insights about themselves, their personality types and others’ so that we can have healthier relationships.

This book is the text for a class, Relationships and the Enneagram, taught by the Rev. Sara C. Ardrey-Graves.

St. Paul’s Bookshop is open on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and on Sundays from 10:00 to 11:30 a.m.

Profits from the Bookshop support outreach at St. Paul’s.

New in St. Paul’s Bookshop

Living the Way of Love by Mary Bea Sullivan offers forty brief reflections about the seven Jesus-centered practices identified by Presiding Bishop Michael Curry in “The Way of Love” initiative.

Sullivan tells stories from her own and others’ experiences as a starting point for discussion about how to seek and find a deeper connection to God. Rotating through each practice so that each is covered once a week, going deeper into the practice throughout the forty days, each reflection ends with questions designed to spur further discussion and assist readers in making the practices their own. Perfect for using as a Lenten devotional or at any time of the year.

St. Paul’s Bookshop is open on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and on Sundays from 10:00 to 11:30 a.m.

Profits from the Bookshop support outreach at St. Paul’s.

New in St. Paul’s Bookshop

While the Advent season is filled with fun and expectations, Lent can be hard for children with its travels through frightening places, loaded with themes of self-denial and death. How can children approach this season in a way that is meaningful and not frightening?

Make Room; A Child’s Guide to Lent and Easter by Laura Alary presents Lent as a special time for creating a welcoming space for God. Other books offer excellent ideas for going through the Lenten season with children, but Make Room uniquely connects its projects to the story of Jesus.

Simple and practical activities such as baking bread, having a neighbor over for dinner, uncluttering your room and watching less TV become acts of justice and kindness, part of a life of following and imitating Christ and a way to make room for God in our lives and in the world around us. Make Room invites children to wonder about the story, to encounter Lent with all their senses, and to experience activities in Lent as part of a life of discipleship.

St. Paul’s Bookshop is open on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and on Sundays from 10:00 to 11:30 a.m.

Profits from the Bookshop support outreach at St. Paul’s.

Memorials Committee Funding Requests

Funding Requests to the Memorials Committee are now being accepted.

The committee oversees and recommends expenditures from the St. Paul’s Memorial Fund, comprised of all unrestricted memorial gifts to the church. Any St. Paul’s program or ministry may apply.

Contact Parish Administrator Tom McDowell at (336) 723-4391, ext. 1214 or for instructions and application forms.