This Week At St. Paul

Baby Bottle Blessings: The United Methodist Women invite you to join them in this fundraiser. Pick up a baby bottle at church, take it home and drop your change into it. Currency and checks made payable to Pregnancy Support Services are great, too. Return the bottle containing your gift by Sunday, June 17. Money collected will help support important needs such as parenting education, college campus outreach, and abstinence education in public schools. Thank you!

Eyeglasses for Haiti: If you have prescription and/or reading glasses that you no longer need, give them to either Dot Wentz or Linda Lane at church. They will be donated to Luke’s Mission, taken to Haiti, and given to those who need glasses. Thank you for caring and for helping improve the vision of others!

Vision/Leadership Team: Sundays 3:30-5pm May 27th – June 10th, then June 24 – July 15th

Marriage Course 5-7pm August 19, 26, Sept 9, 16, 23, 30, Oct 7 Lead by Mark Stephens. We are looking for a co-leader. If you are interested please contact Mark Stephens: 919-383-5879 (Home)

Food Truck Rodeo is every 3rd Thursday. Here is a chance to meet and love our neighbors at the Food Truck Rodeo 5:00-8:30p at the Northgate Park near the tennis courts.

An Evening at Sacred Grounds:  June 9 – Bob Clarke

Bob was personally chosen by Andres Segovia to participate in his 1982 Master Class in New York City and was the only member of the class who presented his work from start to finish without critical interruption. He has won both national and international guitar competitions and a full scholarship for the “Courses of Andres Segovia” in Santiago de Compostela, Spain. Bob has served as Chairman of the Guitar Department at Duquesne University where he has his Masters Degree in Music Theory. Bob has performed solos at New York’s Lincoln Center, Washington D.C., Cleveland, Pittsburgh and a tour of Bolivia and has been heard on radio and television in North and South Carolina. Critical Review includes such comments as “ingratiating, elegant and artful” (New York Times) and “Clarke’s solid musicianship is a genuinely romantic treat (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette). Several songs will feature his wife Evelyn on vocals – long time Sacred Grounds regular Ted Fillhart calls Evelyn a tremendous talent so this should be an exciting night. Click on “Photos and Videos” in the web site below for samples of Bob’s music. Please help welcome them for their debut at Sacred Grounds.

HABITAT HOUSE: Construction continues on the 108 N Blacknall Street house for Belvalon Nicholson and her three children. St. Paul is scheduled to work one more Saturday — June 23. We will provide lunch June 23. Contact Linda Lane (919-477-8684; if you can help. Thank you.


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