EVENTS & NEWS
MAY 9, 2013
Sunday, May 12, 2013 – 9:00 a.m.
Seventh Sunday of Easter
9:00 a.m. – Holy Eucharist at
See the Conqueror mounts in triumph; All praise to thee;
I heard the voice of Jesus say; All hail the power of Jesus’ name
Psalm 97; Acts 16:16-34; Revelation 22:12-14, 16-17, 20-21; John 17:20-26
Celebrant: The Rev. Tim Fleck
Usher: Karen Craig
First Lesson/Psalm: Patsy Fogarty
Second Lesson: Spencer Ervin
Prayers: Susan Buell
Chalice: Bob Theriault
Acolyte: Elaine Theriault
Altar Guild: Edie Stanwood
Vestry Member in charge: Karen Craig
Coffee Hour: Ann Benson
Thursdays at 12:30 p.m.
May 9, 23, 30 – Holy Communion
May 16 – Morning Prayer
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8:30-2:30, Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays
Fr. Timothy Fleck will be at
and at St. Saviour’s (288-4215) on Mondays and Wednesdays
He can be reached at 812-8362 (cell) or firstname.lastname@example.org
Sr. Warden, Bunny
Bean Supper: A Big Thank You to all for a wonderful evening of Beans and neighbors on Saturday, May 5th. Excuse me if I omit, but so many did so much to make the fundraiser a success. Thanks to Dean and Alice, Elaine and Bob, Wanda, Edie, Jean, Mary, Karen, Marilyn, Carol, Margot, Pamela, Sarah, Vesta, Rita, Diane K., Patsy, Peggy, Susan, Bob S., Sue, Anne W., Barbara and Chloe. We fed over 100 people and cleared over $1,000 for the Food Pantry, both records for us. Thanks be to God! Dianne
Yard Sale: June 14-15, at the Trafton Garage,
Spring Clean Up: Saturday, May 11 (Rain Date Saturday, May 18) at St. Andrew by the Lake and at
Friday Study Group led by Sarah Flynn and Julia Morris-Myers, Fridays from 12-1 in the Rectory Library. We are looking at Cynthia Bourgeault's The Wisdom Jesus. This book asks us to shed what we think we know about Jesus and look at him and his teachings with fresh eyes. The class will meet through May 31. Participants are asked to buy their own copy of the book, but please let Julia or Sarah know if you have any difficulty. We hope many of you will join us for a great time of learning and reflection.
Natural Causes Killed Victor: The Opera: A middle-aged man; an ill, frail, quiet immigrant, imprisoned for a minor crime; a callous, avoidable death. Be a part of the presentation of this folk opera written by George Swanson. There are parts for young and old, male and female. Contact George Swanson at 244-0579 for audition times. World Premier is August 16 and 17 at St. Saviour’s.
Yard Sale: May 24 and 25 (rain date Memorial Day, May 27).
St. Mary and St. Jude:
Retirement Party: Sunday, May 26, will be The Rev. Patricia Robertson’s last Sunday. A party will be held for George and Patricia at the Neighborhood House from 3-5:00.
This month’s Musical Evening will be on May 17 at 7:00 p.m. and will feature sea shanties by Skip Fraley and Ed Horvath. Dorothy and Jim Clunan will be the hosts.
Touch A Truck: Join us on Saturday, May 18th from 10am-2pm for the annual Touch A Truck event held at the
Downeast Spiritual Life Conference: Don’t miss out! It’s time to register for the Second Annual Downeast Spiritual Life Conference which will be on August 23 & 24. This year’s conference is conveniently being held at The Atlantic Oceanside in
MDI Hospital Joins Jamie Oliver’s International Food Revolution
MDI Hospital is thrilled to announce our first ever Food Revolution Day event on Friday, May 17th with a Cooking Class & Open House at the Straus Center in Southwest Harbor. Our event kicks off our new childhood obesity prevention program designed to keep all of our island's children happy, engaged and healthy. Local chef Sam Keene will be donating his time to teach children and adults of all skill levels how to prepare a simple, delicious meal.
Our Food Revolution Day Cooking Class & Open House will be held at the
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Keep in your prayers this week: Emily Frazier, Gary Dunlap,
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101 REASONS TO BE EPISCOPALIAN
My Jewish mother and Roman Catholic father found themselves welcomed into the Episcopal Church over fifty years ago as they sought a home for their young family. I grew up in the Episcopal Church feeling that everyone was welcome. My father, a blue collar worker, served on the vestry with a doctor, corporate executives, public officials, and educators. They shared a common vision of a church that was big enough to make all differences less important.
The Very Rev. Dr. James A. Kowalski, Diocese of