Service of Thanksgiving: Come worship with us on November 27th at 6:30pm.
Newsletter: Give information for the Dec 2013 – Feb 2014 newsletter to Linda Lane on or before November 24th.
United Methodist Women: December’s meeting will be held at 8am on the 1st at St. Paul UMC.
Budget: St. Paul’s budget for 2014 has been approved at Charge conference. If you are interested in seeing a copy of the budget contact Pastor Mark or Steve.
Urban Ministries: Come serve on the 4th Saturday of each month during 2013. If you are interested, your next opportunity will be December 28th. Meet at church at 10:45am.
Giving Tuesday: December 3, United Methodists are invited to participate in UMC #GivingTuesday. Gifts made online through The Advance will be matched dollar for dollar. This an opportunity to start off the holiday season by giving instead of getting through supporting organizations that are transforming the world. http://www.umcmission.org/Give
Art for Advent : Please bring your photos, painting, sculptures ect… to be used in worship during advent. Drop off at the church office by Nov 25th. Contact Steve Murphy 919-410-8273.
An Evening at Sacred Grounds
Nov 30 – David Russell
Dec 7 – New Direction
Dec 14 – Bethesda Bluegrass Band
Dec 21 – Triangle Folk Ensemble
Dec 28 – Closed for Christmas Holidays
Operation Christmas Child: Thank you for participating in Operation Christmas Child. By Christmas, the boxes from St. Paul will have played key roles in producing smiles and delivering messages of love to children around the world, including our own country. God bless you!
Christmas Dinner: Celebrate this time of year by joining us in the Fellowship Hall for a traditional dinner of ham and turkey on Friday December 13, and 6pm. Contact Linda Lane (919-477-8684) if you plan to attend. This will aid in deciding how much food to purchase and the number of places to set up. Thanks you. Tickets are $5 each.
Need more information about St. Paul or prayer? Please contact one of our pastors.
Pastor – Rev. Mark D. Stephens
Co-Pastor – Rev. Steve Murphy