Coming up at St. Paul

Imagine No Malaria: In Sub-Saharan Africa, malaria continues to kill a person every 60 seconds. But there is hope! United Methodist are committed to bring an end to death and suffering from Malaria. Our NC Conference has committed to raise $1 Million to save 100,000 lives by providing a mosquito nets, medication and education about this 100% preventable disease. St. Paul will be taking a special offering December 21st and Christmas Eve.

Christmas Cantata: St. Paul’s choir will present the cantata: The Song, on December 21st at 11:00am. A special offering will be collected for Imagine No Malaria.

Christmas Dinner: Friday, December 12, 6:00pm Tickets are $5 each, they will be available November 23.

Christmas Eve Service: Wednesday, December 24th at 4:00pm.

New Year’s Eve Communion:
Wednesday December 31 from 4:00pm to 6:00pm.

New Worship Exploration Team – Nov. 23rd 8:30am in the Coffeehouse for prayer, discussion, and communion.

An Evening at Sacred Grounds
November 29 – Closed for Thanksgiving
December 6 – New Direction
December 13 – Blake Addison
December 20 – Dackel and Steve Murphy
December 27 – Closed for Christmas

Urban Ministries: The next opportunity will be on Dec 27th . Sign up to serve in the narthex, sign up online or contact Wayne Davis for more info

Altar Flower Sign Up – The sign up form is in the Narthex so you can identify what Sunday you would like to bring altar flowers.

Prayer Time and Bible Study: Join us on the first and third Wednesday.

Life Group Opportunities are available: Contact Jill Murphy if you are interested in joining one. 318-237-8727

Changes to the bulletin: Contact Jill Murphy at jillmurp@gmail.com OR                318-237-8727

Need more information about St. Paul or prayer? Please contact one of our pastors.

Pastor – Rev. Mark D. Stephens
919-452-5765 (c)
marks@nccumc.org
Co-Pastor – Rev. Steve Murphy
318-514-9395 (c)
smurphy@nccumc.org

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