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Newsletter & Special News
Newsletter & Special News
Live streamed services will begin Dec. 5th with In-Person hopefully returning in January.
From the Rock Wall is an open site for all who have lived, worked, worshipped, played, and served in–and everyone who wants to join in preserving the future of–historically, Black neighborhoods in southern Orange County, NC: come listen and witness! Several members of the St. Paul Church Family are in the interviews such as Sister Velma Perry (see above). We all miss “Ms. Velma” but can still listen to her and learn! https://fromtherockwall.org
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St. Paul Members and Friends remember to send your tithes, offerings, capital campaign donations and missionary donations. You can send by using Givelify, by US mail to St. Paul or take to St. Paul and drop-in mail slot. Although we are not having services in the building our assessments and bills must be paid.
Would you like to honor someone on their birthday or the memory of a friend or relative? You can do so by sponsoring the pulpit flowers on a selected Sunday. The cost is $55. Please provide check and wording to Mrs. Gentry at least two weeks before the Sunday on which you would like the person(s) honored.
IFC FOOD PANTRY
The St. Paul’s Women’s Ministry will have a canned tomato and peanut butter jar drive. These are two pantry needs that Interfaith Council for Social Services desperately needs. The can tomato products can be all types of tomatoes, tomato sauce and tomato paste.
The Women’s Ministry Food Drive will begin Saturday, February 5th and end on Saturday, March 5th. Committee members will be at St. Paul on Saturday - 2/26, 3/5 and 3/12 - from 11:00-1:00pm to accept donations. Donations should be taken to FELLOWSHIP HALL.
Due to the present health crisis more people are using IFC Food Pantry to supplement their food needs. Please be a blessing to your neighbors in need by taking items to Food Pantry (110 W. Rosemary Street) or make a financial donation. For list of needs or make online donation go to www.ifcweb.org.
Karen Reid needs a kidney & medical expense assistance.
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If you or if you know of someone who might be interested in donating a kidney or even learning more about the process of living donation, please contact the Living Donor team at UNC Hospitals. Here is the contact information: Amy Woodard, RN, Living Donor Coordinator, Ph# 984-974-7568 email@example.com Please share this message on your social media sites. Ten percent of the funds raised will be donated to the National Kidney Foundation.
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