May 19, 2019
The vestry meets once a month with the exception of July. Unless the vestry goes into executive session, the meetings are open to any that wish to attend. Visitors that are not members of the vestry are asked to respect the work of the vestry by taking on the role of an observer. As such, we ask that visitors observe the meetings in silence and sit along the edge of the conference room.
Join us in supporting the outreach ministries of the parish with an evening of fun and laughter! The annual wine tasting is a beloved event when we are able to taste wines from different parts of the world while also sharing stories and laughing as hard as Father Hunter does! This year’s event will feature regional wines from California and will be hosted at a parishioner’s home. The address of the event will be shared with you when you purchase…
A service entirely molded for and by our youth! You don’t want to miss it!
Bring your baskets to church! We will be beginning right at 9:30 AM with the little kids, giving them a head(safe) start. Followed by the older kids and youth, to hunt for the more “hard to find” eggs!
On this holy night, the church gathers to recount the history of God’s salvific action in human history. From the speaking of creation to the moment of resurrection, we recall how God has moved and continues to move in creation. In partnership with St. Augustine’s Episcopal Church, we will celebrate the resurrection on this night through storytelling, singing, baptism, and Eucharist (also called communion or the mass). Join us as we celebrate the resurrection of our Lord and Savior!
Join us on Good Friday at 3:00PM to pray the Stations of the Cross in the church. The Stations of the Cross is an invitation to walk the road to the cross in silence and in prayer. We walk with Jesus through his suffering on this day as a reminder of what God is willing to do for God’s people – even to the point of putting God’s self on a cross for the whole world to see.
The washing of feet was a menial act of hospitality in the OT (see Gn 18:4, 19:2). It was often performed for guests by a servant or the wife of the host. The Gospel of John (13:1-17) records that Jesus washed the feet of the disciples at the Last Supper. Jesus urged the disciples to follow his example of generous and humble service. They should wash one another’s feet, as their feet had been washed by Jesus, their Lord and…