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As you may know, CSC is still open for business Monday, Wednesday, and Friday afternoons from 1 pm to 2 pm – when clients can come and pick up food. ...
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Dear friends in Christ, Today we observe the Feast of the Annunciation. Since we cannot be physically together in our lovely church, looking at our beautiful Annunciation stained glass window ...
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Greetings from Prayer Shawl Ministry. We are enjoying new conversations, creations, and fellowship in our Prayer Shawl Ministry. We worked long and diligently to create Kristine’s very own personal Prayer ...
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Ash Wednesday was celebrated on February 26th with two Eucharist services and the imposition of ashes. Taizé services began the following Friday. Then, after the 10:00 service on March 1st ...
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Christian Social Concerns (CSC) had 573 more client interactions in 2019 compared with 2018. In the 149 days CSC opened its doors to clients, 6,159 clients were served within 2,605 ...
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Rector’s Blog (Kristine) St. Mary's YouTube channel (Subscribe today!) St. Mary’s Facebook page St. Mary’s Zoom services and Bulletin Church Publishing offers Book of Common Prayer, other free resources for devotional ...
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On Sunday, February 9, St. Mary’s held its 2020 annual meeting in Edwards Hall.  Pastor Kristine opened the meeting with a prayer, then discussed each of the ministries individually and ...
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COPA is non-partisan and does not endorse political candidates, but the success of COPA’s work depends on our creating a relationship of mutual accountability with elected officials. Unlike the contentious, ...
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Are you ready to go on a transformative adventure where you will find beauty, love, camaraderie, and personal fulfillment? Come with me to Honduras where we will stay with the ...
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On January 12th, new and returning acolytes gathered for a day of training followed by a pizza lunch. Thanks to Sarah and Harrison Schramm for helping with the training, and ...
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With three services between Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, there were plenty of opportunities to celebrate the coming of Jesus. But it also made for a very busy time for ...
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