Category Archives: Episcopal Church Women

Circle Meetings

A New Circle for women in their 20s and 30s is being formed. The first meeting will be at 6:30 p.m. Monday, May 1, at The Porch Kitchen and Cantina, 840 Mill Works Street, Winston-Salem, 27101. Contact Kabler Meyer at (336) 413-9007 or kabler.meyer@gmail.com.

St. Agatha’s and St. Helena/Elizabeth’s Circles will have their annual spring luncheon on Tuesday, May 2, at 11:30 a.m. in the Arbor Room at Arbor Acres. Contact Yvette Simmons (St. Agatha’s) at (336) 765-6692 or ymsimmons1@gmail.com or Doris Arzonico (St. Helena/St. Elizabeth’s) at (336) 765-8233.

St. Anne’s Circle will meet on Monday, May 8, in Colhoun A for lunch ($6) at 12:15 p.m. The speaker will be Fam Brownlee, a local historian who works in the North Carolina Room at the Forsyth County Library and is a regular guest on the WSJS morning show. He has lots of interesting information to share about St. Paul’s and the surrounding area. All are welcome. Contact Lynn Holtzclaw at (336) 761-1098 or lynnhoodholtzclaw@usa.net, Peggy Slater at (336) 766-5794 or peggypslater@gmail.com.

St. Mary’s Circle will meet on Monday, May 8, at 2:30 p.m. at Doris Eller’s home, 1420 Mount Tabor Court. The speaker will be Christine Ringuette, director of Dress for Success Winston-Salem. Contact Stella Surratt at (336) 725-1119 or Toni Corpening at (336) 768-6259.

St. Margaret’s Circle will meet on Wednesday, May 17, at 7:00 p.m. at Kristie Blanco’s home, 2824 Bartram Road. Contact Aly Moser at akmoser2@gmail.com and Elizabeth Foley at (336) 624-8430 or epfoley@gmail.com.

St. Lucy’s Circle will have their annual spring covered dish social for members and their spouses on Friday, May 19, at 6:30 p.m. at Kathy and Bob Teasdall’s home, 2732 Forest Drive. Members are asked to bring a dish to share and the beverage of their choice. Contact Bonnie Flythe, (336) 749-1945 or walwoot@triad.rr.com if you plan to attend.

United Thank Offering

The Episcopal Church Women’s United Thank Offering spring ingathering will be held at all services on Sunday, May 7.

St. Paul’s will also recognize and honor the ministry of the ECW that Sunday.

There will be envelopes in the pews and chapel chairs that day for your 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 7, or consider making a donation by mail.

Bazaar Chairs Needed

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church Women are looking for volunteers to chair the 71st Annual Bazaar and Luncheon, scheduled for November 8, 2017.

This event offers fellowship, food, treasures and crafts to appeal to our whole community. Many experienced volunteers have already signed up to help make this year’s event a success.

If you are interested in playing a leadership role in one of the longest-standing traditions of our parish, contact ECW President Christine Storch at christinekstorch@gmail.com.