St. Francis by the Sea Episcopal Church
Blue Hill ~ Maine
June 7, 2018
St. Francis by the Sea
Sunday June 10
Adult Forum following Coffee Hour
Sunday, June 17
Two services begin
8 AM & 10 AM
Sunday, June 24
Fair Chairs Meeting
Sunday, July 1
Dress-up Fun Sunday
Friday, July 13
Community Dinner for Food Challenged
Sunday July 29
Coffee Hour for
after 10 AM Service
aturday, August 11
St. Francis Fair
Sunday, August 19
final 8 am service for 2018
Sunday, August 26
St. Francis Annual Meeting
We Pray for
Those in the Armed Services
Those with June Birthdays
Lucy Byrd Pegau
David van Dusen
Sunday, July 29
Toys, Dolls, Bikes. Games, Stuffed Animals
All contributions are very welcome and needed for the children...everything will go home with our local children!
(New or Gently Used, please)
A jar will be available if you wish to contribute to a new kid's bike.
Confession of Faith in a Time of Crisis
residing Bishop, the Most Rev. Michael Curry,
has joined with other faith leaders to publish a statement of faith in a time of religious and political turmoil.
From the Rev. Claudia Smith, "My hope is that as many of us as possible will gather to begin this conversation in a series of
Adult Forums (after the 10 am worship service) beginning on June 10,
The complete statement can be accessed on our website. Click below.
July the First, 10 am
Scour your jewelry box, check out your best friend's stuff!
Bejewel yourself, wear that great hat
really wants, parade your finery into church on July 1 and drop off whatever you wish in the Fair Jewelry/hat box...
but only after your entrance pictures have been taken.
A Challenge to our Men!
Will the casual men in our church wear their finery?? Even a funky umbrella? Or homburg or belt?
There are wild and crazy treasures hiding in your home! Renoir, antiques, strange looking figurines, ancient kitchen utensils, odd indescribable treasures! Scout your house, your attic, grandma's attic, your dusty basement, your artist friends, for the original or budding Picasso.
Bring them, or wear them, to services on July 1st!
There are treasures lurking under your nose! "
You heard it from Mary, herself!
What a fun way to celebrate the week of the 4th!
await your appearance!
You will be famous in the picture gallery of St. Francis!
Treasures are needed!
Art, Antiques, Finer Furnishings, a day of sailing...
Below: A New Gift to Treasures!
A Dyer Dinghy donated by Cathy and Ed Manuel
The St. Francis Fair is in much need of a
is merrily driving here!
Please be in touch with
(702-0010) if you can help!
Joe's Garage is open for business and already receiving...JUNQUE! Bring it on! Tools are welcome at Joe's Garage, too, on his side porch.
Books are beginning to flow into the church!
Marcia Fenn, co-chair with Julie Boardman
, is collecting books at her home. If you have a large number of books, call her (359-2154) and take them to her home.
However, you are welcome to drop off books at the church. Bags are available there.
The Jewel Box
Needs A Spark!
is currently collecting jewelry, scarves, hats and purses. You can bring them any Sunday or drop them off on
Congratulations to you,
graduated Summa Cum Laude, from Clark University, in Worcester, MA, on Sunday, May 20
. A member of the Psi Chi honor society, she was also admitted into the accelerated M.B.A. program in Management last summer and will complete the Masters program in May 2019.
And, Congratulations to you,
graduated Cum Laude, from Stetson University, on Saturday, May 12. A member of the Phi Eta Sigma and Beta Alpha Psi honor societies, he was also the recipient of the Master Life Challenger award in Accounting. He plans to return to Stetson in the fall to begin a Masters of Accountancy degree program.
2018 St. Francis Fair — Designated DROP OFF Areas
– Joe’s barn, 13 Hales Hill Road, Sedgwick
Jewelry and Scarves
– at the church or to Mary Hartley
– Joe’s Garage
– Joe’s barn on the side porch.
– Contact Milissa LaLonde at 469-2155
NO broken, rusty, nasty items
NO child car seats
NO FLAMMABLE ITEMS
It is also helpful if folks bring their donations in boxes or bags and stack them as efficiently as possible. Thank you!