The Rev. Tom Murray and the Rev. Darby O. Everhard, Associate Rectors, the Rev. Dixon Kinser, Rector, and the Rev. John Shields, Priest Associate

This Sunday

All are welcome this Sunday, April  5, Easter Sunday.

The Rev. D. Dixon Kinser  is preaching.

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

There will be no Christian Formation classes on Easter Sunday.

St. Paul’s traditional Easter Egg Hunt will be held in the back playground at 10:15 a.m., weather permitting.

United Thank Offering

The Episcopal Church Women’s United Thank Offering spring ingathering will be held at all services on Sunday, May 10. 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.

Prior to May 10, UTO envelopes will be available in the back of the nave, outside the chapel, at the reception desk and in the literature rack inside the Goodheart Entrance. You may mail your offering to the church or donate online at .

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 10, or consider making a donation by mail or online.

In gratitude for your generosity,

Daphne Petros
St. Paul’s UTO Chairman


Parish Weekend at Kanuga

Registration is now open for the annual parish weekend at Kanuga, Friday, May 1 through Sunday, May 3.

This year’s retreat will be led by our Rector, the Rev. D. Dixon Kinser. Parishioners Mary-Hilliard and Pete Moran and Nancy Tuohy are coordinating the event.

Volunteers will accept registrations in the hallway between the library and kitchen on Sunday, March 15 and 22 and again on Sunday, April 12 and 19.

Download the registration form.

North Carolina Farmworkers will benefit from Harvest for Hospitality

Harvest for Hospitality

Throughout the season of Lent and continuing during Easter, St. Paul’s will participate in Harvest for Hospitality, a campaign to benefit the Episcopal Farmworker Ministry, which serves 47 migrant labor camps in Sampson, Harnett and Johnston counties.

Through education, the protection of their human rights and the care of their bodies and souls, the ministry works to change the system that keeps farmworkers in poverty and subhuman conditions. Specific services include providing Spanish-language sacramental ministries and Eucharist celebrations, immigration assistance, transportation services, food, clothing and toiletries, counseling and English as a Second Language (ESL) classes.

St. Paul’s families are encouraged to pick up a mite box, available March 8 at the back of the nave and outside the chapel, and to contribute at least $1 each day for 50 days. Contributions to Harvest for Hospitality may also be made by check, payable to St. Paul’s with “Harvest for Hospitality” in the memo line. The goal is for each parish household to contribute at least $50 to the campaign.

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