CPC Matthew 25 Initiative News

April 2022
Looking for Voter Information?

The North Carolina State Board of Elections website has information about the upcoming elections and how/when/where to vote.  Check out their website at https://www.ncsbe.gov
The League of Women Voters has a Voter Guide at https://www.vote411.org.  You can type in your name and address, and it will tell you in which races you can vote and provide the candidate’s answers to questions about local issues.  For some races, there are a number of candidates, so please take the time to be informed before you vote.

Remember, early voting started on Thursday, April 28 and ends May 14.  Cary early-voting sites are the Herbert Young Community Center, and the Cary Senior Center.  Election Day is May 17.

April 2022
Did you know that May 17 is Election Day?  Municipal elections for the Town of Cary include three Town Council seats.  We encourage you to look for candidates who support affordable housing in Cary.  You can pledge to vote in the Town election by providing your legal name and address on the form in the Narthex.  The information will only be used by One Wake to verify how many voters they recruited.

In addition to the Town elections, there will be primary voting for statewide and Wake County offices.  Absentee ballots are available already.  Voter registration deadline is April 22.  Early voting will begin April 28 and end May 14.
Mark your calendar: Election Day is May 17!

If you are not coming to the church building yet, you may enter your legal name and address on the form at this link to indicate your commitment to vote in the May 17 election for Cary Town Council.

Cary Presbyterian:  A Matthew 25 Church
                Matthew 25:31-46 calls all followers of Christ to be actively engaged in the world.  The 222nd and 223rd General Assemblies exhorted the PC(USA) to act boldly and compassionately to see our neighbors through Jesus eyes and serve those who are marginalized or in need – people who are hungry, thirsty, naked, sick, imprisoned, strangers, poor or oppressed in other ways.  
The Matthew 25 Initiative invites churches, groups and presbyteries to actively work toward three bold goals:  build congregational vitality, dismantle structural racism and eradicate systemic poverty.