If you have announcements for the Church Bulletin, please email to Richard @ firstname.lastname@example.org before 5:00pm on the Tuesday prior to your requested placement Sunday.
Be inspired by our Sermons online athttps://stpaulumcdurham.com/sermons/
Sacred Grounds Coffeehouse OPEN TO ALL – PLEASE COME & ENJOYDoors open @ 6:30 pm – Concerts start @7:30 pm!
May 5th – Dogwood Blossom BandMay 12th – Danny Smith
Sacred Grounds Coffeehouse, Durham
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Goal Setting for St. Paul 2018 and Beyond!Playground: The Colonial Village Neighborhood Association has received a grant from the City of Durham to assist with signage and promotion of our new ‘Village Playground at St. Paul’. We have committed volunteer hours as part of the grant. We are asking for your help with these events helping to introduce the Playground to our neighborhood:
• Saturday, May 19th, at 7:30pm: Movie night with Popcorn • Saturday, June 16th, from 9a – 11a: Morning Brunch with juice, coffee and pastries
Questions?Email Teresa Crabtree @ email@example.com
Fellowship Hall: NEW! The Trustees voted to install a new floor in Fellowship Hall and Kitchen. Your help is needed with clearing the space in preparation for the flooring installation. See Ray Eason for details.
Marketing: Installation of the Electronic Sign for the front of the Church occurred on 12/19/17. A new website has launched. Check it out at https://stpaulumcdurham.com/ We are transforming our community!!
Contact Marianne Ward @ firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
All-Church Breakfast is the 5th Sunday at 9am! All are invited! On these particular Sundays, there will be no Sunday School. Here are the remaining 2018 dates: July 29 – September 30 – December 30
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Mr. Darius E. Moore, Family Recruitment Specialist for the Children’s Home Society of North Carolinawill be presenting information regardingFoster Care & Adoption opportunitieson Monday, May 14th at 6:30pm in theSacred Grounds Coffeehouse.All are welcome to come and hear more about the children in our community who need us!
ELECTRONIC GIVING! Go to Electronic Giving Online if you are interested in supporting Community Worship, our Youth Group, the Playground, the Elevator fund, or any other aspect of St Paul’s missions and activities! https://stpaulumcdurham.com/electronic-giving/
Want to help serve the less fortunate in Durham?**We are collecting non-perishable food(like canned goods) for Urban Ministries.Please leave your donations in the box in the Narthex. Thanks! **
Calling ALL Sunday Scripture Readers…Please sign up on the sheet in the Narthex.
Want to help serve our neighbors in Durham?St. Paul will be serving lunch on these Saturdays in 2018:May 26; July 28; Sept 22; Nov 24. Please sign up on the sheet in the Narthex. If you sign up and cannot serve, please help us by finding a replacement volunteer. We meet at 11am at Urban Ministries,410 Liberty St, Durham, NC.Contact Wayne Davis, 919-317-1964 if you need a ride & if you can help serve. Thanks!
The Choir at St. Paul UMC welcomes new members! All ages & levels of singing experience are welcome & encouraged to come. Enjoy singing new and old hymns.Rehearsals are every Wednesday evening 7:30-8:30 pm & Sundays before services, 10:30-11am “Come make a joyful noise unto the Lord!”
Wednesday Evening Community Worship 6:30 pm Coffee and Fellowship 7:00 pm Worship Service @ Sacred Grounds Coffeehouse. Come and enjoy a great cup of coffee, great music, teaching and fellowship! You belong here! Invite your friends!
Remember to pray for: Garland ‘Sonny’ Roberts, Pauline & Rainey Hicks, Wayne Davis, Judy Hayes, Linda Lane, Harold Brock, Doug Whaley, Jim Huntley, Loretta Ragan, Rhonda Turner, Louise Frate, Jane McNeill, Tank O’Briant, Don Crowe, Betty Hudson, those who are lost, Pam Powell Lutz, Bobby Finch, John & Mary Christy, Diane Powell, Gwynne Cameron, Wilton Dickerson. Feel free to take a Senior Saints Roster from the Narthex & remember our Sr. Saints with cards, calls or a visit: Billie Bisplinghoff, Dare Carden, Ann Cook, Carolyn Howard, Phyllis Jones, Ann Lloyd, Doris Stephens & Dot Wentz.