Join us for our new outreach initiative with St Martin’s Church. We will meet upstairs at the Gryphon Cafe in Wayne, with a discussion on a selected topic followed by a brief worship.
The topic for discussion this week is: “Being Who You Are: The Challenge of Integrity and Truth-telling” Anyone interested in this outreach ministry is welcome to join us.
Bring questions. Bring doubts. Bring experience. Bring yourself.
Do you make some kickin’ chili?
We’ve been invited by St. Martin’s to participate in their “Chili Cook-Off” on Super Bowl Sunday, Feb. 3rd. Bring your amazing chili in a crock-pot to share. Drop off before the 10AM Service and come back afterwards for tasting and judging. Email Maggie, the administrator at St. Martin’s, to let her know you will participate: email@example.com
Services at 8:30 and 10:00 am
We will mark All Saints’ Day and All Souls’ Day (November 1 & 2 respectively in the Church’s Calendar). As is our custom, we will remember those interred in our Memorial Garden and those who have died this past year. If you have a loved one who died this past year and you would like that person remembered at our Service, please call the church office and leave the name and we will be sure to include that person in our remembrances.
As we enter the crisp Fall season, we would like to prepare our grounds for winter. We will have a clean up day on Wednesday, October 24th from 3:00 - 5:00PM. Bring some gardening gloves and yard tools and join us for some weeding and raking. We appreciate your help in beautifying our grounds and being good stewards of our property.
The Men’s Ministries and Fellowships of the Diocese invite you to join them for a cookout and conversation about deepening the ministry of men in our churches on Saturday, September 29 from 5:00PM to 8:00PM at The Barn located on the grounds of St. Thomas’ Church, 603 Bethlehem Pike, Flourtown, PA 19031. You can sign up for this event at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/mens-ministries-fellowships-of-the-diocese-cookout-conversation-tickets-47932811329
For the women who give to their churches, their communities, their families. This tea party is for you. Thistle Farms, which provides opportunities for women survivors of trafficking, prostitution and addiction, will be the beneficiary of the event. #comeandtea with us!
Event tickets are $10. All proceeds go to Thistle Farms, which helps women survivors of trafficking, prostitution, and addiction.
Sponsored by The Episcopal Diocese of Pennsylvania
For tickets, visit us at https://events.blackbirdrsvp.com/tea
We will be participating once again in Eastern University’s “Area Churches Day,” a day in which students can become familiar with area churches and their ministries. We will be sharing a table with St. Martin’s Church. This takes place on Wednesday, September 5th. We are able to meet and greet students from about 11AM to 12:30PM. If you would like to join Fr. John for this event, please let him know by emailing him at firstname.lastname@example.org