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.
Most needed items for December for IFC Food Pantry - Food = canned soup and Non-Food = soap (bar). Please be a blessing to your neighbors in need and bring at least one item and place your donation in the white IFC basket in the St. Paul church foyer. Thank you!!
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.
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.
42nd ANNUAL SENIOR CHOIR
CHRISTMAS CANTATA & HOLIDAY RECEPTION
Sunday, December 16 at 4:00 p.m.
Thanks in advance for your prayers, presence, participation and support.
The Women’s Ministry is collecting 1-pound bags of beans and rice for TABLE, Inc. This drive will end Sunday, December 16th. TABLE, Inc. now feeds more than 700 school-aged children in the Chapel Hill – Carrboro community weekly. Please help the Women’s Ministry reach its goal of 500 pounds of beans and rice as they continue to help eliminate childhood hunger.
As of Sunday, December 2nd we had donated 62 bags of beans and rice. Alright, St. Paul Members and Friends, you need to donate 432 more bags. Come on, I know you have been to a Walmart, Target, Dollar General, Food Lion, Harris Teeter, Sam’s Club or Costco in the last month. All of them have bags at reasonable price. Let’s Full Up the Baskets this Sunday!!!
Congratulations to members of the St. Paul Village Community Walk and 5K Run Planning Committee under the leadership of Sister Anissa McLendon and Brother Joe Bynum on another successful event.
Great turn out!!
Congratulations to Sister Mae McLendon for being awarded the Service Learning Award in honor of Ned Brooks by APPLES Service Learning for her work with UNC Students as volunteers and interns.
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