EVENTS & NEWS
SEPTEMBER 5, 2013
Sunday, September 8, 2013
8:00 a.m. – Holy Eucharist at St. Andrew by the
10:00 a.m. – Holy Eucharist at
God the sculptor of the mountains; Day by day, dear Lord;
God is love, and where true love is; God of Grace and God of Glory
Psalm 139:1-5, 13-17; Jeremiah 18:1-11; Philemon 1:21; Luke 14:25-33
Celebrant: The Rt. Rev. Stacy Sauls
Chief Operating Officer of the Episcopal Church
and retired Bishop of Lexington.
First Lesson/Psalm: Floy Ervin
Second Lesson: Spencer Ervin
Prayers: Ann Benson
Chalice: Chloe Hatcher
Acolyte: Ted Fletcher (8:00); Chloe Hatcher (10:00)
Altar Guild: ______ (8:00); Dean Henry (10:00)
Vestry Member in charge: Chloe Hatcher
Flowers: Ginny Agar
Coffee Hour: Dean Henry
Thursdays at 12:30 p.m.
September 12, 26 – Holy Eucharist
September 19 – 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 email@example.com
Sr. Warden, Bunny
African Team Ministries, Inc.: A table has been set up in the undercroft with jewelry and craft items from
Spring Experiment Evaluation: An evaluation of the Spring experiment was mailed to all regular and attending members recently. We encourage each person in your household to complete the survey and return it by its due date on September 10th. Extra copies of the survey are available at St. Andrew and
Your input is needed for SASJ Budget: In order to make sure that our budget reflects our mission and priorities as a parish, the Vestry and the Finance and Investment Committee are providing opportunities for any and all to weigh in on the distribution of money among the many ministries of St. Andrew and
Raffle--Seal Cove artist, Judy Taylor has donated a signed, original watercolor painting titled "View from
Thrift shop is open Wednesdays 3:30 – 6:30 pm and Saturdays 9 – 12 noon. They are in need good clean men’s and children’s clothing. Call their office at 288-4849 if you have questions.
Holy Eucharist is celebrated on Wednesday mornings at 8:00 followed by a light breakfast.
You are invited to a Reception and Exhibit of Floy Ervin’s paintings at the Bass Harbor Library,
Quiet Day: from 9:00 AM–noon join a small group of people taking three hours of uninterrupted silence. At noon a lunch of homemade soup and bread is served with fruit for dessert. From 1:00–4:00 PM, three afternoon hours of silence complete the Quiet Day. All are welcome to participate in the Quiet Day silence and luncheon meal.
Soul Friends for Women: Women from near and far who have gathered for many times or who come for the first time are warmly invited to come to The Alcyon Center from 7:00–9:00 PM. There is no membership in Soul Friends; all women are welcome as Soul Friends for the evening. Our evening consists of listening to each other speak from our lived experience for the purpose of deepening our practice of the theme. There is no fee for the day. Free will offerings are appreciated.
Musical Evening coming up...Dog Mountain, will be our musical guest on Friday evening, September 20th; 7:00-9:00 at the home of Dorothy and Jim Clunan. Jim Vekasi and Fred Benson's group will play and lead us in song--should be a lively evening! The "Musical Evening" group has been gathering monthly for over 3 years. We always host a musical guest, spend some time snacking and visiting, and then gather for some fun group singing. Everyone is welcome! For more information and directions contact: Susan Buell - firstname.lastname@example.org
Swing Low, Sweet Chariot: Jazz, Justice, and the Journey of Tradition
Theodicy Jazz Collective is a group committed to making justice real through the creative, spiritual power of music. Part of that commitment is the teaching and sharing of ways to incorporate into our worship the jazz ideals of community, flexibility, and listening, to help the church thrive in our rapidly changing world. More information about them is available at http://theodicyjazz.com/
St. Andrew Lutheran Church, St. Saviour Episcopal Church, and The BTS Center (formerly Bangor Theological Seminary) are sponsoring a workshop with Theodicy Jazz Collective for worship leaders and church musicians, and others interested in jazz and/or worship, exploring jazz, justice, and the journey of tradition. We ask: how can we bring our worship into the creative tension between spontaneity and preparation, between structure and play? How do jazz ideals like listening, supporting, and improvising inform our understanding of Christian community?
In addition to the workshop, Theodicy Jazz Collective will offer a public conversation and concert of music inspired by jazz, blues, gospel, traditional hymns, and world music. This music is a constant prayer, sometimes a cry of joy, sometimes a shout for action, sometimes a deep, silent hope. It is truly soul music.
The workshop is Tuesday, October 1 at St. Andrew Lutheran Church,
The concert is Wednesday, October 2 at St. Saviour Episcopal Church,
For more info, contact The Rev. Priscilla Hukki at 207-667-7641or email@example.com.
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Keep in your prayers this week: Gloria Magruder, Sinclair Family, Bill Krueger, Boyd McFarland, Sarah Flynn, Joseph and Kimberly Pratt family, Ruth and Bob Zachary, Sachi Mallack, Carolyn Bowman, Martha Thompson, Karen Floyd, Lydia Thayer, Martha Masiello, Gary Dunlap, Penelope Place, Kay and Bill Barney, Matt Fisher, George Swanson, Jennie Cline, Julie Russell and Sharon Dayana Salazar, our sponsored child in Costa Rica. Pray for the safe return of Andy Young, who is among our armed forces serving overseas, and his family.
Give thanks for the life of Lois Frazier, who died Tuesday, September 3rd. Keep her family and friends in your prayers.
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101 REASONS TO BE EPISCOPALIAN
Our Eucharistic table is not made less special if all are invited, which is contrary to the understanding that I grew up with. Adjusting to the idea that everyone is invited to this most holy meal took me some time, but it has become one of the things I love most about the Church. Understanding that the true presence in the body of Christ is strong enough to survive inside someone who might seem less worthy requires more, not less, faith in its power. I am saddened that I cannot share in communion at my parents’ church, and that they will not receive in mine, but I would rather be in that position than the other way around.
Sean P. Hackett, Diocese of