No one was there to flower the cross on Easter because of the virus that is affecting the world right now. Several scores of parishioners drove through to receive Holy Communion and a blessing from Fr. Tom
Above all, we pray you will stay safe. If you desire to join a maximum of 50 persons in our sanctuary Sunday morning, you must wear a mask and maintain physical distancing per the CDC guidelines. We must turn away folks if we reach that guideline number.
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Our own Fr. Tom will be delivering one of this year's diocesan workshops this evening, entitled "Baptismal Covenant. Five Questions" It's a virtual workshop and all are invited to attend by clicking this link at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2020. Fr. Tom is well acquainted with the sacrament of Baptism, as he focused on it in the pursuit of his doctorate from Seabury-Western.
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Join us, either Tuesdays at 1 p.m. or Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m., studying and discussing the Gospel of Matthew.
Fr. Tom will lead us in a conversation about the spiritual meanings of the gospel and how it is applicable in our lives today. To join in this evening,
If you haven't used Zoom before, make that click an hour or so before the meeting, in case you need to download and install the program and test your sound and video.
Links to the Bible study sessions:
Tuesday, Sep 15, 1:00 p.m. Click here
Wednesday, Sep 16, 6:30 p.m. Click here
Episcopalians of the Naples Deanery have been supporting the children at a shelter in the Dominican Republic for the last 18 years. The Albergue el Buen Samaritano in San Francisco de Macoris, serves a hundred children who would be on the street were it not for the shelter. The kids arrive for breakfast, learn their abcs and social skills and get lots of love that may otherwise be missing in their young lives.
It is a ministry of love and affection, above all.
Dr. Susan Wilson, an English family physician, is full of energy and zealfor the Lord. She founded Tumaini (the word means "hope") Fund to put her faith to work in the AIDS-ravaged Kagera region of Northwest Tanzania. There she established an orphanage for thousands of children who lost their moms and dads to AIDS. In addition to monitary contributions, the ladies of our church, the ECW (Episcopal Church Women) have sewn numerous dresses for Dr. Wilson to distribute.
Parishioners Mike Moore and Roger Conant are directors for the fund in the United States.
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