March 9 ~ Spoken, Rite I Eucharist
Sung, Rite II Eucharist
Young Families Potluck
The Rite of Reconciliation: also known as confession, which has been committed by Christ to his church is exercised through the care each Christian has for others, through the common prayer of Christians assembled for public worship, and through the priesthood of the church and its ministers declaring absolution. Confession is available during this holy season of Lent by appointment with Fr. Ryan. Call the church office to schedule a private appointment.
MARCH CEREAL COLLECTION: Donate boxes of Cheerios, Rice Krispies, Corn Flakes and Raisin Bran to be donated to St. Mary’s, Ardmore Food Pantry.
OUTREACH, Walk for Hunger, APRIL 27 : St. George's will participate in this year's CROP Hunger Walk through Havertown. CROP Walks have been around since 1969 and are sponsored by Church World Service. All proceeds go to eradicate hunger throughout the world. Walkers can make a donation and/or ask friends and family for donations. Sign up with the St. George's team online at: hunger.cwsglobal.org/goto/dragons. There will be more information and sign up assistance at the coffee hours after the 10:00 service. T-shirts will be available for $15.00. Join the fun.
Young Families Potluck, March 9, 4:00 PM: Any/all families that have younger children (6 and under) are encouraged to attend! It will be a great way for families to meet and get to know each other better and for all the kids to meet and play. Please scall Julie Ricci at 610.642.3500 to sign-up to bring appetizers, entrees, desserts, drinks, etc.
Children’s Lenten Series: April Chester is organizing a Lenten Series of children, kindergarten through 5th grade. It will take place during the Wednesday night Adult Bible study. If interested, please contact April Chester at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wednesday Night Bible Study, 7:00 PM: Lenten Wednesday Night Program Coming! Martin Luther King’s “Letter from Birmingham Jail” and other readings on race, justice and privilege. Evening Prayer: 6:30 PM, Soup Supper: 6:45 PM and Class and Conversation: 7:15 PM For all the details, go to the "Our Ministry" tab and then click on "Adult Christian Education."
Episcopal Diocese Conference: Saturday, March 8, 2014. St. Thomas’ Episcopal Church, Fort Washington, PA. To register go to www.ecsphilly.org/conference.
Sunday Morning Forum: Come join us as we study and reflect on the Sunday readings which come from The Acts of the Apostles. You can grab a cup of coffee, a snack, and we meet in Father Ryan's office at 9:15 AM. We will complete each session by 9:40. All are welcome to attend.
AA Meetings at St. George’s: Every Saturday at 4:00 PM.
Thank You to Those Serving this Sunday
Server: Ray Beckey
Ambassadors: Liz Hughes
Chalice Bearer: George Chittenden
Lector: George Chittenden
Coffee Hour: Janice Capoferri
Acolytes: Ray Beckey, Ellie Chester, Steve Drabkowski, Robbie Farnsworth, Elizabeth Joslin, Hal McKelvey, Roland Noreika and Joey Ricci
Ambassadors: David Farnsworth, Bryn Thompson and Allan Wickersham
Chalice Bearer: April Chester, Mary Fleming, Sally Hale and Bryn Thompson
Lectors: Gary and Marlee Bullock
Coffee Hour: Joe and Gigi Walsh
Tellers: Chris Magnani and Stephen Lightcap
Leading the IntercessionsThe Prayers of the People
St. George's mission is to share together God's work in our lives through liturgy and sacrament, through joyous and caring fellowship, and through courageous and compassionate engagement with the world.
Copyright 2011 St. George's Episcopal Church. All rights reserved.