Thursday, October 15, 2020

Saint Mary’s NEWS for 18 October 2020


Autumn Lectionary

As in years past, our autumn readings will have an intentional focus on one biblical book. This year it is Saint Paul’s Letter to the Church in Philippi, a brief letter that is packed with famous and remarkable passages. Follow Nathan’s sermons through the season to learn about this text and how Paul’s words connect with Jesus’ teachings in the Gospel.

Oct 18 Philippians 3.1-11 / Psalm 99 / Matthew 22.15-22

Oct 25 Philippians 3.12-21 / Psalm 1 / Matthew 22.34-40

Nov 1  Revelation 7.9-17 / Psalm 34.1-10,22 / Matthew 5.1-12

(Scriptures for the Feast of All Saints Day)

Sparkles News:  October Event!  THIS weekend!  16 October 2020

October 16:          5:30 - 8:30 pm Special Opening Night

   October 17-19:    9:00 am-12:00 pm: Saturday, Sunday, Monday

·                 Appetizer Event, Order from 10 appetizers to be picked up in Nov.

·                 Men’s and Women’s Jewelry, Fashion Accessories, Coats, Shoes, Boots

·        Fall, Halloween, and Thanksgiving Decorations

·         Small Furniture and Miscellaneous Treasures

 

 

 

Look for more exciting news on our November and December Events on our Sparkles Facebook at sparklessaintmarysfalmouth and our website (coming soon).

The Nominating Committee will be accepting 2021 nominations 

     Sr. Warden - to serve 2-year term; 

     Treasurer - to serve 2-year term; 

     Vestry member – 3 members to serve 3-year terms and

     Delegates to the 2021 Diocesan Convention (late October.)  You can submit your own name or someone else’s.  We are seeking four Diocesan Convention delegates and three alternates. Nomination forms are available in the narthex, outside of the Guild Room or in the parish office.  You can also submit a vestry nomination at http://smary.org/nomination
Nominating Committee: Matt Fulton, chair  
mfult825@gmail.com;   Sandy Couch-Kelly, Jessica LaPlante, Maggie Gardner, Marian McCue

Journey with Jesus: 9:15 on Sunday morning in Guild Room

Join this drop-in, story-sharing, open-ended discussion group whose goal is to discuss where you are on your Journey and whatever is on your mind and how it forms your Journey.  We will be masked, distanced and limited to 10 people.

Hymn Sing with Bruce:  Thursdays at 7pm on Zoom

Everyone is invited to join a ZOOM session to sing many of our beloved hymns. There will be a split screen where the words and music of the hymns will be visible to all. This will be an occasion to join in song and fellowship. Have favorite hymns to sing? Email Bruce (bsfithian@aol.com) with requests! Absolutely EVERYONE is welcome to join and sing. This is not for choir folks alone. 

As Bach said, "Soli Deo Gloria" (To the glory of God alone).

Living with Hope in a Time of Pandemic: 6-week Small Group

These are difficult times of loss and uncertainty. Beginning Wednesday, October 14, a program will be offered to provide a safe, supportive and confidential opportunity to share the ways in which we have been affected in body, mind and spirit and to explore the how we may find hope, meaning and peace moving forward. The group will meet weekly for six weeks at 4 PM beginning October 14. The facilitators are Suanne Williams-Lindgren and Deacon Christine. For more information please call or email Christine at 653-2448 or deacab@maine.rr.com. The group will be held in-person with safety protocols or on ZOOM, TBD.

Evensong for All Saints Day:  NOV 1 at 3 pm and on Facebook Live  

Mark your calendars for a quiet hour of chant and prayer. Featuring the soloist, Rachel Keller, a member of the St Mary Schola, accompanied by Bruce Fithian on organ, with Fr Nathan presiding. 35 people maximum in the Sanctuary and streaming live on Facebook.

Serving  Others

 St. Elizabeth’s Jubilee Center: collecting COATS & BOOTS

As St. Elizabeth's prepares for winter, they are requesting that every parish have a drive for adult coats and boots in the month of September. Call or email Betsy Elliman with questions: betsyelliman@msn.com;  207-400-6871.  Our needy neighbors in Portland will be so grateful for your donations.

!!HELP Wanted to distribute coats:  Tuesday, October 20, 8a-4p !!!  Sign up to be a Shopper Assistant (distanced and masked);  Keep Order Outside; or Restock inventory. Go to Signupgenius.com and search St. Elizabeth’s

 Souper Supper To Go: 2nd & 4th Fridays, 56 PM   - Sept. 25

Souper Supper is in action: Second & Fourth Fridays, 5 – 6 PM for take-home distribution of To-Go meals only. FMI, just call the Parish Office at 781-3366.      

Red Cross Blood Drive - Critical Need: Oct 23, 29

All drives are 9 am2 pm. Plus more are scheduled in Nov, and Dec.

There is a critical need for blood.  Sign-up today to be a blood donor and help give to those who need your blood to survive, and you will be told if you have the Corona virus antibodies a few days.  PLEASE donate, if you can. 

Go to www.redcrossblood.org and use sponsor code “StMary” to make your appt.

FACING STIGMA: Creating Solutions: Sunday, OCT 25, 4-6pm

Virtual Presentation and Small Group Discussion on Zoom Facing Stigma: Creating Solutions Featuring Suzanne Fox,  who will offer a presentation and facilitate small group discussions.  Ms. Fox is the Executive Director of The Yellow Tulip Project that focuses on stigma surrounding mental illness. 

Falmouth Food Pantry

Families in need of food are invited to come to the Falmouth Food Pantry/Town Hall site on the 1st & 3rd Friday through Nov 20.  Food will be distributed to cars from 9-10:30.

And if in need of the Emergency Pantry services, please call 632-2687 or 781-2996

Falmouth Community Harvest Dinner Show: October 22, 5:30 – 6:30 pm

All are invited to join others in the community in ordering ‘takeout’ from your favorite Falmouth restaurant (or your own kitchen) and turning to Channel 2 (or the internet) to watch a wonderful compilation of town history, stories, residents’ music, performance, art and photos. For more information or to make a donation to the Falmouth Food Pantry, see the October AVE, Saint Mary’s website or posters

Food Pantry Volunteer drivers needed - once a month!

The Falmouth Food Pantry will need drivers to deliver food to families during the winter months starting in December.  Because it is anticipated that winter weather will not allow the Food Pantry to continue its car distributions outside the front of the Town Hall, the Pantry will switch to an entirely home delivery system.  Arrangements for these deliveries are made in advance, and the food is delivered to the doorsteps, not into the homes. No contact. 

 Details are still being worked out, but if you are interested in helping deliver boxes of food to our clients' homes one time a month, please get in touch with Nancy Lightbody at nancy@lightbody.org or at (207) 781-4670.

Christian Formation & Youth Notes

Guiding RAY (Religious Adventures for Youth)      

Guiding RAY is our ministry to all young people ages 0 to 14. We offer our children an opportunity to learn key Bible stories and to develop their relationship with God.   

NEW! Faith at Home bags are available for whoever would like one. Please request your bag/s here.  Included in the bags are tools for parents to nurture the souls of their children, as well as prayer practices and activities simple enough for the whole family to enjoy. Together, families can remember the good news that while our world changes, God is the same, God's love is the same, and God is with us through it all.
Reach out to Megan Akers with questions (
guidingray@smary.org). 

Community Care & Nurture

 

Life Line Screening: October 19

Five screenings will be offered.  Register for a Wellness Package which includes 4 vascular tests and osteoporosis screening from $149 ($139 with our member discount).  All five screenings take 60-90 minutes to complete.  There are three ways to register for this event and to receive a $10 discount off any package priced above $129, please call toll-free 1-888-653-6441 or visit http://lifelinescreening.com/communitycircle or text the word circle to 797979

 

OnLine worship

NoonDay PrayerMonday – Friday  12noon  on Facebook Live

Sunday WorshipSunday 10:30 am on Facebook Live

These services are also linked on our website (www.smary.org on the banner titled “Community & Worship Online: COVID-19 Resources”)

OnLine Spiritual Formation

Be Still: Sundays at 9:30 AM  online via ZOOM

Be Still: Mondays at 5 PM  online via ZOOM

Merton Group:  Thursdays at 3 pm  online via ZOOM

These three groups will continue to meet online via ZOOM. If you would like to participate, send an email to Jennifer Gregg (jenniferanngregg@gmail.com) to receive the meeting login information. 

Wisdom Seekers Bible Study: Tuesdays at 10:30 AM
Wisdom Seekers is a group who gathers to study the Scriptures appointed for the upcoming Sunday; it is a great way to prepare oneself for Sunday. All are welcome to join the Zoom group at any time. FMI or for the link to participate, contact Nadine Timberlake at ntimberlake@aol.com or Beth Shaw at admin@smary.org

Communicating with Nathan+

If you need to connect with someone for encouragement, or if you need advice, guidance or prayer, please text Fr Nathan on his cell phone at 207-310-0268. Share your name and your concern.  You can call or e-mail as well (nathanferrell@smary.org ), but texting is the best way to make contact.

Prayer Concerns this week:  Mary Follo, Bev Knudsen, Bethann, Steve Dunwoody, Connie Dayton, Bea Dagdigian, Desma Ferrell, Tom Troeger, Noah Bilodeau, Barbara Fielding.

IF YOU WANT TO ADD NAMES TO THIS LIST, contact our Parish Office (781-3366 or smary@smary.org. This printed list is for more immediate and short-term needs. We also keep a prayer list for chronic and long-term needs. Feel free to ask about this. 

 

THIS WEEK at Saint Mary’s

Sunday             18       Twentieth Sunday after Pentecost

                                    8:00                 Holy Eucharist in Sanctuary

                                    9 – 12  Sparkles in October: Spirit Apps, Accessories, Autumn

                                    9:15                 Journey with Jesus

                                    9:30                 Be Still on Zoom

                                    9:30                 Family Eucharist in Auditorium

                                    10:30               Holy Eucharist in Sanctuary and on Facebook Live 

Monday            19       9 – 12  Sparkles in October: Spirit Apps, Accessories, Autumn

                                   9 – 4                 Lifeline Screening in Auditorium

                                    12:00               Noonday Prayer 
                                   5:00                  Be Still ZOOM meeting

                                   1:00                  Garden Club Bulb workshop

                                   3 – 7                 Classical Uprising Youth rehearsal in Auditorium

Tuesday           20       8 – 4                 Saint Elizabeth’s Coat Distribution at Cathedral

                                   10:30                Wisdom Seekers ZOOM gathering

                       12:00                Noonday Prayer

                       2:00                  Staff Meeting

                                   4:00                  Classical Uprising Youth rehearsal in Auditorium   

Wednesday     21     12:00                 Noonday Prayer

          4:00                   Living During a Pandemic

           6:00                  Classical Uprising Youth rehearsal in Auditorium

           6:00                  Vestry meeting on ZOOM

Thursday         22     12:00                 Noonday Prayer

                                  3:00                   Merton Group ZOOM meeting

                                 5:30 - 6:30 Falmouth Food Pantry Community Dinner Show

                                 7:00                   Hymn Sing with Bruce on ZOOM

Friday               23       Parish Office closed

                                    9 – 2                Red Cross Blood Drive in the Auditorium

                                       12:00            Noonday Prayer on Facebook Live

Saturday           24      9 – 12              Friends of Long Creek in Auditorium
                                     3:00                Piano Concert in Auditorium and outdoors

Sunday             25       Twenty-first Sunday after Pentecost

                                       8:00              Holy Eucharist in Sanctuary

                                       9:15              Journey with Jesus and Adult Formation

                                       9:30              Be Still on Zoom                               

                                       9:30              Family Eucharist in Auditorium

                                       10:30                        Holy Eucharist in Sanctuary and on Facebook Live 

                                      4:00               Facing Stigma: Creating Solutions on Zoom

 

 

 

 

Beth Shaw

Parish Manager

The Episcopal Church of Saint Mary

43 Foreside Rd, Falmouth, ME 04105

207-781-3366    www.smary.org

 

Thursday, October 8, 2020

Saint Mary’s NEWS for 11 October 2020


Organ Concert at Saint Mary’s: Sunday, October 11, 3 pm

Featuring Bruce Fithian and Joel Pierce, Choirmaster and Organist at Saint Alban’s Episcopal Church, Cape Elizabeth, this program will highlight music that is particularly appropriate for the mechanical action organ at Saint Mary’s, built by Gerhard Brunzema in 1979, inspired by North German Baroque organs. Works will include Clérambault’s second suite that offers the colorful pallette of the French Baroque style; a prelude and fugue by Vincent Lübeck, 18th century organist at Hamburg’s famous St. Nicolai Church; chorale preludes by another north German master, Dietrich Buxtehude; and the joyful prelude and fugue in D major by J. S. Bach.

Autumn Lectionary

As in years past, our autumn readings will have an intentional focus on one biblical book. This year it is Saint Paul’s Letter to the Church in Philippi, a brief letter that is packed with famous and remarkable passages. Follow Nathan’s sermons through the season to learn about this text and how Paul’s words connects with Jesus’ teachings in the Gospel.

Oct 18 Philippians 3.1-11 / Psalm 99 / Matthew 22.15-22

Oct 25 Philippians 3.12-21 / Psalm 1 / Matthew 22.34-40

Sparkles News:  October Event!  NEXT weekend!  16 October 2020

 

    October 16:      5:30 - 8:30 pm:  Opening Night

     October 17-19:    9:00 am-12:00 pm: Saturday, Sunday, Monday

·                 Appetizer Event, Order from 10 appetizers to be picked up in Nov.

·                 Men’s and Women’s Jewelry, Fashion Accessories, Coats, Shoes, Boots

·        Fall, Halloween, and Thanksgiving Decorations

·        Small Furniture and Miscellaneous Treasures

 

 

Donations Needed:  All of our inventory comes from generous parishioners, and we thank you.  Please check for items in these categories:   fine or costume jewelry, scarves, belts, hats, gloves, shoes, boots and jackets for men or women.  Also, fall, Halloween or Thanksgiving items and décor:  wreaths, ribbon, faux flowers, pumpkins, and other fall items, i.e., pillows, throws, china, etc.  Dried beans, pinecones and white candles are used for Friendship Soup and Holy Smokes.  Please leave in the basement hallway outside the Storage Room. 

Look for more exciting news on our November and December Events on our Sparkles Facebook at sparklessaintmarysfalmouth and our website (coming soon).

The Nominating Committee will be accepting 2021 nominations 

     Sr. Warden - to serve 2-year term; 

     Treasurer - to serve 2-year term; 

     Vestry member – 3 members to serve 3-year terms and

     Delegates to the 2021 Diocesan Convention (late October.)  You can submit your own name or someone else’s.  We are seeking four Diocesan Convention delegates and three alternates. Nomination forms are available in the narthex, outside of the Guild Room or in the parish office.  You can also submit a vestry nomination at http://smary.org/nomination
Nominating Committee: Matt Fulton, chair  
mfult825@gmail.com;   Sandy Couch-Kelly, Jessica LaPlante, Maggie Gardner, Marian McCue

Journey with Jesus: 9:15 on Sunday morning in Guild Room

Join this drop-in, story-sharing, open-ended discussion group whose goal is to discuss where you are on your Journey and whatever is on your mind and how it forms your Journey.  We will be masked, distanced and limited to 10 people.

Hymn Sing with Bruce:  Thursdays at 7pm on Zoom

Everyone is invited to join a ZOOM session to sing many of our beloved hymns. There will be a split screen where the words and music of the hymns will be visible to all. This will be an occasion to join in song and fellowship. Have favorite hymns to sing? Email Bruce (bsfithian@aol.com) with requests! Absolutely EVERYONE is welcome to join and sing. This is not for choir folks alone. 

As Bach said, "Soli Deo Gloria" (To the glory of God alone).

Living with Hope in a Time of Pandemic: 6-week Small Group

These are difficult times of loss and uncertainty. Beginning Wednesday, October 14, a program will be offered to provide a safe, supportive and confidential opportunity to share the ways in which we have been affected in body, mind and spirit and to explore the how we may find hope, meaning and peace moving forward. The group will meet weekly for six weeks at 4 PM beginning October 14. The facilitators are Suanne Williams-Lindgren and Deacon Christine. For more information please call or email Christine at 653-2448 or deacab@maine.rr.com. The group will be held in-person with safety protocols or on ZOOM, TBD.

Evensong for All Saints Day:  NOV 1 at 3 pm and on Facebook Live  

Mark your calendars for a quiet hour of chant and prayer. Featuring the soloist, Rachel Keller, a member of the St Mary Schola, accompanied by Bruce Fithian on organ, with Fr Nathan presiding. 35 people maximum in the Sanctuary and streaming live on Facebook.

Christian Formation & Youth Notes

Guiding RAY (Religious Adventures for Youth)      

Guiding RAY is our ministry to all young people ages 0 to 14. We offer our children an opportunity to learn key Bible stories and to develop their relationship with God.   

NEW! Faith at Home bags are available for whoever would like one. Please request your bag/s here.  Included in the bags are tools for parents to nurture the souls of their children, as well as prayer practices and activities simple enough for the whole family to enjoy. Together, families can remember the good news that while our world changes, God is the same, God's love is the same, and God is with us through it all.Reach out to Megan Akers with questions (guidingray@smary.org). 

Serving  Others

 Souper Supper To Go: 2nd & 4th Fridays, 56 PM   - Sept. 25

Souper Supper is in action: Second & Fourth Fridays, 5 – 6 PM for take-home distribution of To-Go meals only. FMI, just call the Parish Office at 781-3366.      

Red Cross Blood Drive:  Critical Need: Oct 13, 23, 29

All drives are 9 am2 pm. Plus more are scheduled in Nov, and Dec.

There is a critical need for blood.  Sign-up today to be a blood donor and help give to those who need your blood to survive, and you will be told if you have the Corona virus antibodies a few days.  PLEASE donate, if you can. 

Go to www.redcrossblood.org and use sponsor code “StMary” to make your appt.

HOPE HAPPENS! Come finish planting yellow tulips THIS Saturday!

Thanks to Onnie Hastings and Bonny Rodden, over HALF of the 500 yellow tulip bulbs were planted last Saturday morning!  But you still have a chance to participate THIS Saturday from 9-11, rain or shine!  A great family event!! Holes will be pre-"drilled" but bring a trowel, gloves and mask.   Planting Yellow Tulips represents Saint Mary's solidarity with those suffering with the effects of the ubiquitous Stigma in our community and the country.  These "Hope Gardens" aim to instill hope to all who visit the campus and to inspire us ALL to "Smash Stigma.”   FMI, contact Beth Shaw at admin@smary.org or Jennifer Gregg jenniferanngregg@gmail.com 

FACING STIGMA: Creating Solutions: Sunday, OCT 25, 4-6pm

Virtual Presentation and Small Group Discussion on Zoom Facing Stigma: Creating Solutions Featuring Suzanne Fox,  who will offer a presentation and facilitate small group discussions.  Ms. Fox is the Executive Director of The Yellow Tulip Project that focuses on stigma surrounding mental illness. 

 St. Elizabeth’s Jubilee Center: collecting COATS & BOOTS

As St. Elizabeth's prepares for a big winter coat distribution in mid-October, we are requesting that every parish have a drive for adult coats and boots in the month of September. Call or email Betsy Elliman with questions: betsyelliman@msn.com;  207-400-6871.  Our needy neighbors in Portland will be so grateful for your donations.

Falmouth Food Pantry

Families in need of food are invited to come to the Falmouth Food Pantry/Town Hall site on the 1st & 3rd Friday through Nov 20.  Food will be distributed to cars from 9-10:30.

And if in need of the Emergency Pantry services, please call 632-2687 or 781-2996

Food Pantry Volunteer drivers needed - once a month!

The Falmouth Food Pantry will need drivers to deliver food to families during the winter months starting in December.  Because it is anticipated that winter weather will not allow the Food Pantry to continue its car distributions outside the front of the Town Hall, the Pantry will switch to an entirely home delivery system.  Arrangements for these deliveries are made in advance, and the food is delivered to the doorsteps, not into the homes. No contact. 

 Details are still being worked out, but if you are interested in helping deliver boxes of food to our clients' homes one time a month, please get in touch with Nancy Lightbody at nancy@lightbody.org or at (207) 781-4670.

Falmouth Community Harvest Dinner Show: October 22, 5:30 – 6:30 pm

All are invited to join others in the community in ordering ‘takeout’ from your favorite Falmouth restaurant (or your own kitchen) and turning to Channel 2 (or internet) to watch a wonderful compilation of town history, stories, residents’ music, performance, art and photos. For more information or to make a donation to the Falmouth Food Pantry, see the October AVE, Saint Mary’s website or posters

Community Care & Nurture

 

Life Line Screening: October 19

Five screenings will be offered.  Register for a Wellness Package which includes 4 vascular tests and osteoporosis screening from $149 ($139 with our member discount).  All five screenings take 60-90 minutes to complete.  There are three ways to register for this event and to receive a $10 discount off any package priced above $129, please call toll-free 1-888-653-6441 or visit http://lifelinescreening.com/communitycircle or text the word circle to 797979

 

OnLine worship

NoonDay PrayerMonday – Friday  12noon  on Facebook Live

Sunday WorshipSunday 10:30 am on Facebook Live

These services are also linked on our website (www.smary.org on the banner titled “Community & Worship Online: COVID-19 Resources”)

OnLine Spiritual Formation

Be Still: Sundays at 9:30 AM  online via ZOOM

Be Still: Mondays at 5 PM  online via ZOOM

Merton Group:  Thursdays at 3 pm  online via ZOOM

These three groups will continue to meet online via ZOOM. If you would like to participate, send an email to Jennifer Gregg (jenniferanngregg@gmail.com) to receive the meeting login information. 

Wisdom Seekers Bible Study: Tuesdays at 10:30 AM
Wisdom Seekers is a group who gathers to study the Scriptures appointed for the upcoming Sunday; it is a great way to prepare oneself for Sunday. All are welcome to join the Zoom group at any time. FMI or for the link to participate, contact Nadine Timberlake at ntimberlake@aol.com or Beth Shaw at admin@smary.org

Communicating with Nathan+

If you need to connect with someone for encouragement, or if you need advice, guidance or prayer, please text Fr Nathan on his cell phone at 207-310-0268. Share your name and your concern.  You can call or e-mail as well (nathanferrell@smary.org ), but texting is the best way to make contact.

Prayer Concerns this week:  Bev Knudsen, Bethann, Steve Dunwoody, Connie Dayton, Bea Dagdigian, Desma Ferrell, Raymond Lamberson, Tom Troeger, Noah Bilodeau, Barbara Fielding.

IF YOU WANT TO ADD NAMES TO THIS LIST, contact our Parish Office (781-3366 or smary@smary.org. This printed list is for more immediate and short-term needs. We also keep a prayer list for chronic and long-term needs. Feel free to ask about this. 

THIS WEEK at Saint Mary’s

Sunday             11       Nineteenth Sunday after Pentecost

                                                8:00                 Holy Eucharist in Sanctuary

                                                9:15                 Journey with Jesus in-person

                                                9:30                 Be Still on Zoom

                                                9:30                 Family Eucharist in Auditorium

                                                10:30               Holy Eucharist in Sanctuary and on Facebook Live

                                                                3:00                 Organ Concert with Bruce Fithian & Joel Pierce

Monday           12                    Parish office closed for Indigenous Peoples Day

                                                12:00               Noonday Prayer 
                                                5:00                 Be Still ZOOM meeting

                                                3 – 7                Classical Uprising Youth rehearsal in Auditorium

                                                6:00                 PCC board meeting in Guild Room

Tuesday                  13             9 – 2                Red Cross Blood Drive in the Auditorium

                                                10:30               Wisdom Seekers ZOOM gathering

                                    12:00               Noonday Prayer

                                    2:00                 Staff Meeting

                                                4:00                 Classical Uprising Youth rehearsal in Auditorium   

                                                5:30                 Casco Bay group in the auditorium

Wednesday     14   12:00       Noonday Prayer

                        4:00                 Living With Hope During a Pandemic

                        6:00                 Classical Uprising Youth rehearsal in Auditorium

Thursday                15             12:00               Noonday Prayer

                                                3:00                 Merton Group ZOOM meeting

                                                7:00                 Hymn Sing with Bruce on ZOOM

Friday               16       Parish Office closed

                                                12:00               Noonday Prayer on Facebook Live

                                                5:30-8:30               Sparkle in October: Spirit Apps, Accessories, Autumn

Saturday           17                   9 – 12  Sparkle in October: Spirit Apps, Accessories, Autumn

                                                9 – 2                Diocesan Convention on ZOOM

Sunday             18       Twentieth Sunday after Pentecost

                                                8:00                 Holy Eucharist in Sanctuary

                                                9 – 12  Sparkle in October: Spirit Apps, Accessories, Autumn

                                                9:15                 Journey with Jesus in-person

                                                9:30                 Be Still on Zoom

                                                9:30                 Family Eucharist in Auditorium

                                                10:30               Holy Eucharist in Sanctuary and on Facebook Live 

 

 

Beth Shaw

Parish Manager

The Episcopal Church of Saint Mary

43 Foreside Rd, Falmouth, ME 04105

207-781-3366    www.smary.org