WEEKLY HIGHLIGHTS


WEDNESDAY, April 24
There is NO Holy Eucharist in the Chapel tonight.
  • The Thrift Shop is open every Wednesday and Saturday from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm. 
We would like to take this opportunity to thank the tireless volunteers for their hard work on behalf of the thrift shop. Your efforts are much appreciated! 

Your help makes it possible for us to provide low cost clothing and household items to those who otherwise might not be able to afford it. 

It also provides funds for Outreach which further helps others.

Finally, we give a significant amount of excess merchandise to a number of worthy charities. 

You all are doing God's work. 

A special shout-out to those who worked during the past two weeks, when the Thrift Shop started to sell spring merchandise. The first week netted sales of approximately $1500! Who would have thought we could raise this amount on behalf of others? But it gets even better. The second week we topped $1700! That's a two week total of $3200 to benefit other people! 

Just wanted to say job well done! 

Jim Minnerly

  • From 9 am to 4 pm, Carol will be teaching the history of Christianity through the development of the Anglican Church, to the  founding of the Episcopal Church, to the polity of the Episcopal Church. All you need to bring is your lunch. This class is for anyone who wants to know more about who we are and an opportunity to learn as much about the Episcopal Church as possible in a day. Everyone is invited, and the class is especially appropriate for those who wish to be confirmed, received, or reaffirmed in the Episcopal Church on Sunday, May 5th at 4 pm.

SUNDAY, April 28
Holy Eucharist  at 8:00 am (said) and 10:00 am (with music).   Sunday sch ool is in session. If you can bring some baked goods for the coffee hour after the 10:00 am service, you can sign up  here.
 
Tuesday, April 30
Brown Bag Lunch from 11:00 am to 12:00 noon.
Incarnation Camp
Summer is just a few weeks away and camp sessions are filling quickly! Located in coastal Connecticut, on 700 wooded acres surrounding a mile long private lake, Incarnation Camp is the country's oldest co-ed camp and the oldest continually operating Episcopal summer camp. Since 1886, we have provided a fun-filled, traditional camp with hands-on learning and group living in the great outdoors. Serving campers ages 7-15, Incarnation offers 2, 4, 6 and 8 week-long sessions. Camp bus departing and returning to The Cathedral of St. John the Divine. To learn more, attend an open house or register: www.incarnationcamp.org (860) 767-0848 or info@incarnationcamp.org.  Camperships available. 



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