Weekly News and Notices for Sunday, April 22, 2018

ALLELUIA!  CHRIST IS RISEN!

OUR FINAL BATCH OF SOUPS are available for pick-up – look for our Soup Sale to begin again in the fall!  Thanks to Elizabeth Alvino and Jennifer Giacobetti for coordinating this year’s sale, and to all who bought and marketed soup

COFFEE HOUR a.k.a. the “eighth sacrament’’ in the Episcopal church – is calling you to service!  Please sign up to host a couple of Coffee Hours during April – June.

 

 Weekly News and Notices for Sunday, April 15, 2018

PUB THEOLOGY KEEPS THE CONVERSATION GOING!  Every Tuesday night, 7:00 (if you plan to order food, it’s helpful to come a bit earlier) at the Publick House in Wycombe.

ALLELUIA!  CHRIST IS RISEN!

SUNDAY SCHOOL AND SUNDAY FORUM TODAY.

THANKS TO ALL who helped with the Burial Eucharist for Pete Petraglia yesterday.

VESTRY MEETS THIS WEDNESDAY at 7:30 pm.

COFFEE HOUR a.k.a. the “eighth sacrament’’ in the Episcopal church – is calling you to service!  Please sign up to host a couple of Coffee Hours during April – June.

OUR FINAL BATCH OF SOUPS are available for pick-up – look for our Soup Sale to begin again in the fall!  Thanks to Elizabeth Alvino and Jennifer Giacobetti for coordinating this year’s sale, and to all who bought and marketed soup.

PUB THEOLOGY KEEPS THE CONVERSATION GOING!  Every Tuesday night, 7:00 (if you plan to order food, it’s helpful to come a bit earlier) at the Publick House in Wycombe.

 

Weekly News and Notices for Sunday, April 8, 2018

ALLELUIA!  CHRIST IS RISEN!

HEARTFELT THANKS TO ALL who helped to prepare and offer our worship and to make possible the solemn beauty and joy of our Maundy, Good Friday and Easter Vigil and Day liturgies.

THE BURIAL EUCHARIST FOR PETER PETRAGLIA, who entered into resurrection life late on Easter Day, will be at 11:30 am this Saturday, April 14.  Lunch following at the Manor at York Town in Jamison.

AID FOR FRIENDS MEAL PREP TODAY.

OUR FINAL BATCH OF SOUPS will be available for pick-up today – look for our Soup Sale to begin again in the fall!  Thanks to Elizabeth Alvino and Jennifer Giacobetti for coordinating this year’s sale, and to all who bought and marketed soup.

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR OWN LENT MADNESS CHAMPION, PAM FOX!  And thanks again to Jeanne Sandusky for spearheading our involvement and making possible our learning all about Golden Halo winner Deaconess Anna Alexander and a varied multitude of other people.

SUNDAY SCHOOL AND SUNDAY FORUM APRIL 15 and most 1st and 3rd Sundays of each month.

COFFEE HOUR a.k.a. the “eighth sacrament’’ in the Episcopal church – is calling you to service!  Please sign up to host a couple of Coffee Hours during April – June.

PUB THEOLOGY KEEPS THE CONVERSATION GOING!  Every Tuesday night, 7:00 (if you plan to order food, it’s helpful to come a bit earlier) at the Publick House in Wycombe.

 

Weekly News and Notices for Easter Sunday, April 1, 2018

ALLELUIA!  CHRIST IS RISEN!

We welcome you this happy morning, and extend Christ’s invitation to all of you, of all ages and denominations,

to partake of Easter Communion at his table here at Holy Nativity.

     Heartfelt thanks to all who helped to prepare and offer our worship this morning and to make possiblethe solemn beauty and joy of  our

 Maundy, Good Friday and Easter Vigil Liturgy as well!

 

THE LENT MADNESS GOLDEN HALO WINNER IS Deaconess Anna Alexander.  Parish winner is too close tocall – stay tuned for the big reveal!

SUNDAY SCHOOL AND SUNDAY FORUM APRIL 15 and most 1st and 3rd Sundays of each month.

AID FOR FRIENDS MEAL PREP NEXT SUNDAY, APRIL 8.

PUB THEOLOGY KEEPS THE CONVERSATION GOING!  Every Tuesday night, 7:00 (if you plan to order food, it’s helpful to come a bit earlier) at the Publick House in Wycombe.

OUR FINAL BATCH OF SOUPS will be available for pick-up next Sunday – look for our Soup Sale to begin again in the fall!  Thanks to Elizabeth Alvino and Jennifer Giacobetti for coordinating this year’s sale, and to all who bought and marketed soup.

 

Weekly News and Notices for Palm Sunday, March 25, 2018

 OUR HOLY WEEK JOURNEY BEGINS with the triumphant entry of Jesus into Jerusalem, then moves into the shocking and somber retelling of His arrest, passion and crucifixion.  Please join us if you are able in the Memorial Garden (weather permitting) for the first part of today’s worship – you will need to bring only the bright green hymn sheet.  For the Passion Gospel reading, please remain seated until the point indicated in the script. We hope you will walk with us throughout this holiest week of the Christian year, and join us for the TRIDUUM (Three Holy Days) of Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and especially the GREAT VIGIL OF EASTER, followed by more Easter joy on Easter Day.  If you are travelling this week we hope you will seek out worship opportunities wherever you are.

MARCH SOUP ORDERS ARE DUE TOMORROW online or on paper.  Thank you, and enjoy your soup

WHO WILL WEAR THE GOLDEN HALO?  LENT MADNESS winds up this week, with contests between the faithful four followed by the vote for the Golden Halo on Wednesday, just in time for all the saints to wind up their campaign speeches and enter in to The Three Holy Days with all the faithful.  Please bring your tallies of how many times you’ve voted for the winner, or send them to our own saintly Lent Madness coordinator, Jeanne Sandusky

PUB THEOLOGY KEEPS THE CONVERSATION GOING!  Every Tuesday night, 7:00 (if you plan to order food, it’s helpful to come a bit earlier) at the Publick House in Wycombe.

 

 

 

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