Bible School June 24-28
for Five ...Thousand”—A Musical!
Miracle of the Loaves & Fishes
Ages 4 through rising 6th graders
Middle and High Schoolers are encourage to come and be helpers
Join us for a week packed full of Music, Bible Stories, Crafts, Games, Movement and FUN!
Teachers and volunteers are needed!
Click here for a registration form
Our second-Sunday contemplative Taizé service will be on June 9 at 5 p.m.
Looking at Our Stained Glass
Marlys Craun will lead two Sunday morning “tours” of our stained glass windows at 9:30 on June 9 and 23. Our windows are rich in history and remembrance, and we invite you to share in this time of learning and reflection.
Back to the Lake for 10:30 Service
On Sunday, June 30, we gather at Lake Robertson for our sixth annual service of Holy Eucharist under the pavilion. The service will be followed by a picnic. The church will provide chicken and drinks. Please bring your favorite salad, vegetable or dessert to share. Bring a lawn chair, too, and be ready for a fun-filled day! Hiking, swimming, fishing, and horse shoes are available. Come and enjoy the beautiful scenery in a peaceful and quiet setting. The 8 a.m. service will take place in the church as scheduled.
The Nelson Street bridge is in the
process of being replaced. Traffic will be re-routed to Washington Street
during the construction. To this end, parking has been eliminated from the
north side of Washington Street. Parking will be available in front of the R E
Lee Church patio to W&L’s Lee House on SUNDAY MORNINGS ONLY. A limited
amount of parking is available in the church lot. Please be considerate of
those who need to park closer to the church. Additional parking is available in
the W&L lot at the corner of Jefferson and Washington Streets.
to talk to children and teens about tragedy
As we continue to mourn the tragedy in Newtown, CT, we hold close in prayer all
those in that community. Please take time to remember all the students,
teachers, parents, families, employees, neighbors and citizens who are
grieving. Violence is never easy to deal with or talk about. Below is a link to
a collection of suggestions and resources from Leader Resources to help you
talk to children and teens about tragedy.
Gifts for Life
Gifts for Life is a valuable way you can help Episcopal Relief &
Development make a lasting difference in the lives of those in need. Your gift
goes beyond giving, helping entire communities receive the essentials they need
to pull them-selves out of poverty – your gift saves lives. Spread the Word.
With each item you purchase, you’ll receive a free gift card or E-card
announcing you have made a generous gift in honor of your friend or loved one.