NOTE: This is a personal publication of Kim Batson to share information with members and friends of St. Paul AME Church and is not an official Church publication. The official St. Paul website is http://www.stpaulamech.org/
IFC FOOD PANTRY
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.
From Sister Carlotta Armstrong, President of Duhart-Clark Women’s Missionary Society
I want to inform you that St. Paul AME gave an extremely large donation of food to the Interfaith Council to assist in feeding the Hungry. Also, we gave a huge donation of cleaning supplies to Church Women United to help the migrant workers in the East. This was done on Saturday, May 16, 2020, at the Holy Cross Catholic Church. As you know, St. Paul is known for its outreach efforts and we are grateful that God allows us to be a blessing to others. Many thanks to our church.
Sharon Davis, our Team Captain for 2020 Chapel Hill Carrboro CROP Hunger Walk, has created an online site for donations. Although we will not be having an in person Walk, we are having a virtual one. We need to raise our financial goal. If you are not comfortable sending donations online feel free to send donation to St. Paul for Sister Sharon. This is the link https://www.crophungerwalk.org/…/St-Paul-African-Methodist
Leftover t-shirts are available for $6 each. Funds go to the IFC Food pantry.
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.
T-shirts from 2020 St. Paul Village Community Walk and 5K Run are available for the small fee of $10. Please contact Sister Anissa McLendon.
The Department of Christian Education would like for each member of St. Paul to take home a copy of the publication Liberation and Unity, published by the Christian Education Department of the AMEC, written to be used as a Lenten daily devotional. All members are encouraged to use it as a guide for meditation and action during the season of Lent. The books will be available on a first come basis until they run out. A good time to begin your reading is Ash Wednesday. We pray that this guide will strengthen you as you fast, sacrifice and pray during the season.
St. Paul members and friends can now send tithes and offerings through online giving through “Givelity”. The App can be added to your smart phone.
5K hats and headbands are for sale! Great for gym, exercise class, for birthday, early Christmas gifts , makes a great St. Paul conversation start up! Please Sister Carol Deese for yours.
ST. PAUL MARTIAL ARTS FITNESS CLASS
The class is led by Brother Russell Blackwell who is trained in the Shorin Ryi (pronounced “show rin-ree-u”) style of karate. Martial Arts fitness is for people of all ages and fitness levels and will help with mobility of joints, flexibility and strength and endurance. To be healthy you have to move your body so come and join the class on Mondays at 6:00 p.m. at St. Paul.
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