In Remembrance...

We offer our condolences to Susannah Leslie and her family on the passing of her uncle, Richard Gardner, on March 28th. Please take a moment to click on the button below to read his full obituary. Please keep Susannah and all of Richard's family and friends in your prayers.

Join us this Wednesday, April 1, at 7:00 p.m. for a short service of Compline on Zoom. Zoom will allow us to see each other as we worship together.  Compline  is found on page 127 of the Book of Common Prayer.

​To join us click the link  here

I came across this link in my email and we wanted to share it with all of you!
~ Carole

We are living in unprecedented times. Never before has the world been shutdown so rapidly and so dramatically. Schools, restaurants, and churches closed as people are asked to stay in their homes and isolate.

With the latest news that churches will stay closed through Holy Week and Easter, you may be wondering how to still celebrate these most sacred of holidays.

How can you still celebrate Holy Week during quarantine and worship God this Easter from your home?

The Church isn’t a building, it’s a community of faith that exists without walls. While we may prefer to gather together to worship and learn, that building doesn’t define us as Christians.

So, we can also celebrate a Holy Easter outside those walls.

Click the button below to see some ideas to help you celebrate Holy Week during quarantine and have a holy Easter at home.
MEMA has a need for 80 pillows for a shelter opening on Wednesday in Brockton.

Pillows can  be dropped off in boxes or plastic bags at the following location:
460 Belmont St, Brockton MA 

This is the administrative office -look for admin door. Please knock on door and office staff will collect them for pick up by shelter staff.

Lucy G. Costa
Recovery Team Lead|Disaster Services
American Red Cross Of Massachusetts
Cell: 617.435.6776 (Texts accepted)
Karen Doremus is a nurse at Mass General Hospital and sent this message to me:

If people are looking for something to do in their time of isolation, hospitals are very short on supply of masks. While not ideal there are you tube videos of how to make masks that can we worn by nurses and doctors to help protect them from the corona virus.

If you are able to sew and would like to make them, they can be dropped off in her mailbox at 87 Deborah Road in Hanover. Here is the link to a video tutorial for instructions. THANK YOU!
PRAYER LIST  - Please remember to keep these people in your prayers:

Carroll & Sue, Claire & Don, Zack, Marge, Sophy, Nancy, Bev, Beth,
Steven, Susan, Debbie & Matt, Wayne, Winston, Hawk & Matthew,
Karen, Erin Kate, the Pedini Family, Leah, Hannah, Sophia, Pam, AJ, James & Judith, Paul, Lula Mae, Pam, Rich, Florence, Jamie, Janet M., Gayle, Jennifer, Donald, Tim, Katrina, Boppy, Delores, Joyce, Jay, Ben, Barbara & Gary, the Brennan Family, Phyllis, the Caplinger Family, Sarah, Mary, Whitney, Julie, Jackson, Eileen & Larry, Gerry, the family & friends of Judy Jones, and the family & friends of Richard Gardner.

If you would like someone added to the Prayer List, please contact Carole in the office by email or phone by Wednesday noon. Thank you.