September 3, 2016

Episcopal Church of the Resurrection

1433 NW R.D. Mize Rd.; Blue Springs, MO     816-228-4220

This Sunday
 after Pentecost

8:00 am Rite I Spoken Eucharist
10:30 am Rite II
Choral Eucharist

Nursery 10 am to Noon

Children's Chapel at 10:30 am
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Bible Study every Wednesday at 1 pm in the Undercroft

Weekly Bible Study
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First Sunday Breakfast tomorrow

First Sunday Breakfast Join us between services tomorrow, September 4, beginning at 9:15 am for the First Sunday Breakfast of fall!
Enjoy this monthly tradition at Resurrection with eggs, pancakes, bacon and sausage expertly cooked by the men of the Church.

Come early or stay later for Church and give thanks to our God for this beautiful Labor Day weekend and all the gifts He has given us!

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Inquirers Class starts Sept 11

Sunday, September 11, after each service, we will have a planning session for starting an "inquirers" class that is designed for those new to the Episcopal Church or interested in knowing more about the Episcopal Church, to learn about our faith tradition and to understand the "what's and why's" of our practices. 
Inquirers Classes
The classes will meet for about an hour on days most people can attend.  So if you are wondering what it means to be an "Episcopalian", and what the Anglican-Episcopal tradition is all about . . . these classes will be for you!   Those of age groups from high school and beyond are encouraged to attend.   Inquiring minds are most welcome.  Look for more information to come during the month.  Please feel free to e-mail or call Fr. David with any questions.
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Cursillo Weekend starts next Friday

There will be a Cursillo Weekend opportunity this coming September 8-11 to be held at the Heartland Presbyterian Center in Parkville, MO.    
Information and registration packets are located outside the office door.
Cursillo is a ministry of the Episcopal Church, under the authority of the Presiding and Diocesan Bishops. The goal of Cursillo is to bring Christ to the world and the world to Christ by empowering and equipping Christians with the knowledge and encouragement to live out their Baptismal Covenant to serve Christ.

More information can be found at the following website:
Episcopal Cursillo Ministry