FOOD TRUCK: The food truck is coming to St. Paul’s parking lot on May 18th from 12 – 2. We are looking for help with games for everyone.
BABY SHOWER: St. Paul will have a new member soon! Kim and Dave are expecting a baby girl. We hope you can come to the baby shower on Saturday, May 10th from 1:30pm-3:30pm. Where: St. Paul Coffee House
Please RSVP to: Sarah Marsh 312-771-0885, or Erica Snyder 206-818-5244
Kim and Dave are registered at Babies’R’Us
Financial Peace University: Come take a 9 week course in Godly money management. The course begins on Monday May 5th at 6:30 at St. Paul in the Coffee House. Contact Steve Murphy at 318-514-9395 if you are interested.
Help needed with Childcare.
Prayer Time and Bible Study: Join us on the first and third Wednesday.
Urban Ministries: The next opportunity will be on May 24th. Meet in the church parking lot at 10:45. Contact Steve Murphy if you are interested in helping: 318-514-9395
An Evening at Sacred Grounds
May 10 – Ted Fillhart
May 24 – Brien Barbour
May 31- Little Windows
BLOCK PARTY: St. Paul Block Party will be on June 7th from 4pm-7pm in the picnic area.
Habitat for Humanity: St. Paul is a part of the Methodist Coalition helping with Habitat for Humanity. We need servants for the following dates:
May 10 12:30 -3:30 shift 3 workers Snacks, drinks, ice for 18
June 28 pm shift 3 workers dedication and potluck
Interested in working, contact Steve Murphy at 318-514-9395. Interested in helping with food, contact Linda Lane at 919-477-8684.
Peace Walk: Sunday May 11th at 8:15 we will meet at St. Paul to walk the neighborhood to pray for peace.
Word from Bishop Hope Morgan Ward :
Strong winds have impacted communities in eastern North Carolina and I, as the bishop of the North Carolina Annual Conference, invite you to pray and give generously so that our church may be a healing presence in the communities of destruction.
An immediate wave of volunteers were present to secure roofs and to begin the first wave of disaster response. Our disaster response leaders are creating ways for you to engage directly through work teams, helping families repair their homes.
I would like to invite an offering in every church in the North Carolina Annual Conference for this specific cause. Your generosity will be a means of comfort and help to those who are in need this day.
Thank you for your prayers, your generous gifts, and your service as we work together to help people get back home. In this way, we will be bearing one another’s burdens and fulfilling the law of love in Christ Jesus, our Lord. St. Paul will take an offering on May 11th to support this cause.