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All are welcome to seek and find heavenly hope in earthly reality – all ages, variations of gender and sexual orientation, ethnicities and past experiences with or without religion. This is a safe place to find Divine presence, healing and love. This is a safe place to explore faith and doubt, spirituality and wellbeing, purpose and empowerment.

Regular Worship Schedule

Sunday
10 am Holy Eucharist Rite II
with BCP and music

Wednesday
10 am Healing Prayers with Contemporary Eucharist

 
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• Pizza, Popcorn, Movie, Friday, August 25, 6-9pm

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• "Tea and Scripture" is now "Bible Study Wednesdays" at 10:30AM

• Thrift Shop Closed for July and August
Grand Re-Opening In September. New Look, New Items!!

Now receiving Donations for "NEXT TO NEW" condition items
especially children and young adult clothing, sports equipment, and tools

If you have a calling for Volunteering at our newly revitalized "Bargains and Blessings Thrift Shop," please contact us: 516-746-5527

• New Office Hours: Monday, Wednesday and Thursday 9-1, Tuesday and Friday 9-12

• Bloomers will continue growing over the Summer and reconvene in September

• Contemplative Prayer is Back
What is it? How does it work? Come for an introduction and opportunity to practice at 9:30 am every Wednesday (except the week after Christmas). We will be done by 9:50 before the Healing Service people arrive.

• Think carefully before speaking with people about the election and aftermath.
Everybody is on edge. Avoid pressing your opinions, gloating, minimizing, or pretending we have not lost something. We need time to heal and grieve. Respect each other, tread gently. Pray, listen, and wait for a time when people are calmer, better rested, and humbly open to deep listening and honest sharing. Only then can we join together to move forward for what is right and good for all.

• What is Being Christian?
Jesus was all about self-giving love for the good of all, no exceptions, not even his enemies. God's transforming love heals and restores wholeness. If we will it to be and help it to be, we are part of this power of love. Only then can resurrection hope give birth to reconciliation. It's time to stand up for and with Jesus Christ as he is known in the Gospels and early Christian Writing. He is our model of self-giving love and service to others, even our enemies, for Divine Love is greater than any evil in any form.

• Faith Hope Caring Honesty Compassion.
These are our parish core values. Help us live into them.

• Our parish vision is to be a faithful embodiment of Jesus Christ's transforming love.

• Our mission is to spread the positive energy of Jesus Christ's self-giving love through worship, prayer, service, learning and hospitality. How are we doing?

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The Rev. Christina van Liew
Rev. Christina van Liew
Rector

Patricia (Patty) Hayes
Parish Administrator

Ellen Schutt
Organist

Regina Huneke
Senior Warden

Jane Colgrove
Rise & Shine Editor


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