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Hello St. Mary's Family,

Bishop Doyle has continued the suspension of "at Church worship" for the time being.  But we are airing our Sunday services live at 10:00 AM.  Go to the "Worship" tab at top of this site and click on "Live Media."  We will keep you updated!

In His Peace,

Rev. Bill

FROM YOUR PRIEST:

 "the big harvest"

                          matthew 9:35-10:8(9-23)

 

Jesus speaks of a plentiful harvest of those yearning for God.  He tells his disciples that there is plenty of work for those willing to proclaim the Kingdom of God.  In fact, their numbers are no match for the great hunger in the world to hear the Good News.  Jesus also knows what the few disciples will be up against in a world that by nature turns away from God’s love.  It won’t be easy.

 

The lesson this week serves as a great new beginning in our long “Green Season” following Pentecost.  We get refreshment as we walk with Jesus once again in his earthly ministry, and as he sets us on a new mission in our day—a new dawn in the Church as we follow in the way of those first disciples.

 

- Rev. Bill

 

August 11, 2020 at 11:00 AM
It starts at 11:00 AM and ends at 11:55 AM.
This event occurs every week on Tuesday.
August 11, 2020 at 7:00 PM
August 12, 2020 at 12:00 PM

Holy eucharist service 12:00 nOON Wednesdays 

SUNDAY MORNING ROLL-OUT!

St. Mary's will serve a hot breakfast from 8:30-9:45 EVERY SUNDAY.   Rev. Bill will take the floor from 9:10 to 9:50 during breakfast and offer a lesson and reflection on the inexhaustible subject of being “Unabashedly Episcopalian.”  

Fellowship, breaking bread, and bringing the congregation from both the first and second service together.  Come whenever breakfast is being served, at whatever time suits your schedule. 

 It will be informal, casual, participatory, and fun!  You don’t have to follow a syllabus be prepared.  You don’t have to be “on time” either.  Come when you can.  Just eat good food and spend some fun time with your fellow parishioners!

They spent their time learning from the apostles, and they were like family to each other. They also broke bread and prayed together.   Acts 2:42