St. Paul’s sees ourselves as an extended family, offering love, acceptance and hope to everyone—one person at a time. The parish life ministry wants to build strong relationships by getting people connected to others in the church, while also supporting our community. This ministry cares for the flock and creates activities for the enjoyment of fellowship with one another.
Are you interested in serving and supporting our St. Paul’s family through God’s gifts of friendship and fun? Do you want to help create opportunities for our parish family to be a community where everyone feels welcomed and involved? To get involved, contact Sally Pope or Teresa Singer to be a part of St. Paul’s Parish Life Committee.
Fun and Fellowship
Hospitality Teams. Hospitality coordinators and helpers volunteer for a variety of events throughout the year. This may involve shopping, cooking, setting up and/or cleaning up:
- Breakfast Chefs: Prepare food for parishioners and guests following 8 a.m. service. To Get Involved, Contact Ashley Eason and Margaret Haughey
- Sunday Reception: Prepare food and serve parishioners and guests following 10:30 a.m. Sunday service. Contact Layne Dupree
- Community Lunch: Prepare food and serve parishioners and guests following Wednesday 12:10 p.m. service. Contact Teresa Singer
- Special Events: Many events are held requiring volunteers to organize, plan, set up and cook.
If you would like to join one of our hospitality teams, contact: Teresa Singer
meets on the first Tuesday of each month, September–May, at 9:45 a.m. in the Parish Hall. The group assists and supports parish ministries, raises funds for special projects and supports local community ministries.
St. Agnes also promotes individual spiritual growth and a sense of community and fellowship among the women of St. Paul’s. Leadership is provided by coordinators for spiritual growth, mission and outreach, fundraising and fellowship. As women in community, they continue to learn as they work together on ministries such as the Backpack Buddies Program for Snipes Academy and for migrant farm workers’ children.
Speakers’ presentations have addressed topics from local human trafficking issues to art museums while social events include lunches together and cultural or spiritual excursions in the Wilmington area. Centered in congregations, the ECW empowers women to do Christ’s ministry in the world. For more information on the national ECW organization, go here.
To Get Involved, Contact Ellen Weig for details.
Daughters of the King Mary Veronica Chapter pledge themselves to a life-long program of prayer, service and evangelism.
The Order of the Daughters of the King is a spiritual sisterhood of women dedicated to a life of Prayer, Service and Evangelism. They have made a commitment to Jesus as their Savior, and they follow Him as Lord of their lives. Daughters of the King wear a cross as an outward and visible sign that they cannot live a day without Christ in our lives.
The Order is a community of nurturing women, empowered by the Holy Spirit, to encourage and enable all to be reflections of God’s love, reaching out through prayer, service and evangelism to spread His Kingdom. Members find the Order of the Daughters of the King to be a safe place in a busy world where they can be together to support the mission of the church and to support each other in Christ’s love. To learn more about the Order of the Daughters of the King, visit the national DOK website at www.doknational.org
Officers for 2021-2022:
Vice President/Margaret Haughey
Parish Life Fellowship Schedule
- Breakfast is served every Sunday after the 8 a.m. service September through May.
- Coffee and refreshments are served every Sunday after the 10:30 a.m. service.
- Community Lunch is served every Wednesday after the 12:10 p.m. service September through May.