Local Ministry Week We are excited to announce our Summer 2021 Mission Trip! This year our week of service will look a bit different. Our group will be working together for several consecutive weekdays during the week of June 21-25. We are coordinating with several different organizations and outreach programs in Philadelphia and Montgomery County, and our group will be volunteering at different locations each day. During a typical year we would be traveling out of state or o
NOTE: Barbara Stevenson continues to need recipes and craft ideas to pass along to the parish through the weekly email messages. You can send your submissions to Barbara at email@example.com. From the Rector: With warmer weather coming in, many people's thoughts turn to prospects another season of enjoying meals from the grill. I enjoy making my own BBQ sauces and pass along three of my favorites. These also make wonderful gifts. DR. PEPPER BBQ SAUCE 1 can (12 oz.) Dr. P
Dear families- In case you missed our Google Meet yesterday, here is our lesson that you can do at home! New and Goods: This we shared something we did outside or something we did in school for Earth Day. Opening Prayer: Dear God, Thank you for bringing us all together today. Help us to learn how you are like our shepherd and we are like your sheep. In Jesus' Name we Pray, Amen Our New Testament story from yesterday was the parable of the Good Shepherd Click Here to Watch th
We apologize for the shortened recording of the service. We are still working on some technological glitches. LITURGY FOR WORSHIP Fourth Sunday of Easter 25 April 2021 Click HERE to read or download today's liturgy and bulletin. Click HEREto read or download today's sermon.
Sunday, 25 April Fourth Sunday of Easter Included in today's update: The Rector's Message, Birthdays in the Week Ahead, Annual Parish Meeting, Sue Phillip's retirement reception, YOM Summer Mission Trip, Seeking Vestry Nominations, In Person Worship, Creative Angels Recipe, and Ongoing Updates FROM THE RECTOR Saturday,24 April 2021 Dear Friends: Perhaps you, like me, and most of our country, found yourself holding your breath for a few days as we awaited the verdict of the t
Hi YOM Families! I hope this email finds you well. This coming Sunday, April 25th, we will be gathering in person for YOM. We will be meeting in the Parish Hall at 5:00pm - 6:00pm. Our plan for this meeting will be to gather all of our donations from the Manna on Main Street food drive this month. We will be sorting and organizing the donations in preparation for delivering everything to Manna the following week.
We will also be offering some small incentives for any teens w
Dear families- In case you missed our Google Meet yesterday, here is our lesson that you can do at home! New and Goods: This week we all brought a snack to the meeting. Our new and good was to share the food we chose and why we like it. Opening Prayer: Dear God, Thank you for our time together today. Please help us to listen to your words and keep your lessons in our heart. In Jesus' Name we Pray, Amen Our lesson yesterday came from the book of Luke (Luke 24: 36-48) We read
We experienced some technical difficulties this week, and we apologize that the service is not currently available for viewing. We are reviewing the situation to make sure that we will be better able to offer live services in the future. The liturgy, bulletin and sermon are still available below. LITURGY FOR WORSHIP Third Sunday of Easter 18 April 2021 Click HERE to read or download today's liturgy and bulletin. Click HERE to read or download today's sermon.
Sunday, 18 April Third Sunday of Easter Included in today's update: The Rector's Message, Ways to Worship, Birthdays in the Week Ahead, Sue Phillip's retirement reception, Guidelines for in person worship, YOM Food Drive, Seeking Vestry Nominations, Creative Angels Recipe, and Ongoing Updates FROM THE RECTOR Saturday,17 April 2021 Dear Friends: "Have you anything here to eat?" In my first position after seminary and ordination, I served as assistant to an experienced pastor