Thursday, August 17, 2017

Saint Mary's eNEWS for 8.20.17

Saint Mary’s Weekly News

August 20, 2017 –  The Eleventh Sunday after Pentecost


This Sunday In the Pulpit

We are blessed to have our own Rebecca “Becky” Pride in the pulpit to share the Gospel message.  A number of years ago, Becky took a year’s sabbatical from teaching to attend Andover-Newton Theological Seminary, Harvard Divinity and Episcopal Divinity Schools. She earned her Masters plus 30 from the University of Virginia in the History of Religion.

Royal School of Church Music Open House:  Wed, 9/13, 4-6 PM

CALLING EVERYONE INTERESTED! Come to this Open House to learn more about this high quality, voice training school for our young people. RSCM is new to Saint Mary’s, but it is well-established around the world. This program is open to everyone, including those in the community, your friends and neighbors.

To help, to participate or FMI, contact Bruce Fithian at RSCM@smary.org.  

Vestry Nominations: coming in September

During the month of September, the Nominating Committee will be seeking nominations for the Vestry and Diocesan Convention delegates.  In October, the committee will recommend nominees to be presented for vote at the Annual Meeting in late January.

Please be thinking about potential nominees for both bodies, including yourself.  More to follow in the September AVE.  FMI contact Nadine Timberlake ntimberlake@aol.com

 

Kick-Off Cookout and Carnival:  September 10 – Save the Date!!

It’s coming soon! Mark your calendars now and plan on joining together for our festive Kick-Off of a new program year.  Our Choir, Guiding RAY, the Middlers will all be gearing up for another great year.  Plans are coming together now for games and food as special treats as part of this year’s Carnival.

Serving The World

Souper SuppersA Chance to Serve - every 2nd & 4th Fridays, 5-7pm

As you begin to ponder your autumn schedule, please consider joining the Souper Supper team!  One of Saint Mary's most popular ministries, we serve home-made soup, salads, rolls, desserts at table, FREE to the community on the 2nd and 4th Fridays of each month.  Do you have a couple of hours every month or two?  Help set up (3-4pm) or; dish up (4:00-end) or clean-up (5:30-end).  Or you can make/provide desserts (3 dozen pieces).  Your Choice!!   A fun, fulfilling, very family-friendly ministry!  FMI:  Jennifer Gregg; jenniferanngregg@gmail.com 

Would you like to be a Soup Angel in your neighorhood?

Do you have friends or neighbors who would enjoy a pint or quart of (frozen) homemade soup periodically?  Anyone who is coming home from vacation or a stint in the hospital who would welcome such a meal?  Anyone who is housebound temporarily or permanently?  Or are you, yourself, over-booked or "up against it" and would like to grab a soup dinner instead of cooking?  Please avail yourselves of the containers of delicious frozen Souper Supper soups in the Saint Mary's freezer for yourselves or others in need!    Just Because!! 

 

We’re collecting!!  As part of our continuing support of Milestone, which helps people in recovery from substance abuse, Saint will be gathering some necessary items for their facilities.  The Outreach Committee is planning to coordinate this effort, and there will be a table to collect these items for Milestone at our Sept. 10 fall kickoff Sunday. We need: 

6 Wall Clocks, 16 Quilts/Comforters (there are a limited number of quilts/comforters for patient beds and many are very worn/thin); Wash cloths;  Twin sheet sets;  Curtains; 2 Bathroom mats; 2 Shower curtains; 2 Wire rack stands (for bathrooms to set towels, clothes on, ect.) ; Crossword puzzle books; Mad-lib book;  Poster boards (for collages); Glue sticks;  Magazines; Small Journals (art journals);  Markers;  Colored Pencils;  Adult coloring books; (mandala-type books are really popular with patients); Gel pens; Craft scissors.

 

The Milestone Foundation Annual Fundraiser: September 9

They are looking for contributions for this event. Some ideas might be subscription to the Portland Symphony, etc. Please contact Manuela Arundel, development director with your ideas: Marundel@milestonefoundation.org

 

Youth Ministry

Guiding RAY (Religious Adventures for Youth): off until September 10  

Our Guiding RAY program will take a break for the summer months and resume on September 10.  For more information on our Guiding RAY, please visit our website  www.smary.org . The Nursery will remain open for our youngest disciples in the lower level Guiding RAY area beginning at 9:15 AM every Sunday morning.

Remember Flat Saint Mary! 

Take her with you on vacation, to the beach, the park, and even the gas station.  Snap a picture and include her too!  Remember her son Jesus is always with you.   Post pics on facebook or Instagram  #flatsaintmary . Or send to Beth at smary@smary.orgLet’s make this a wonderful way to keep Saint Marian’s connected during the summer vacation months.  Have fun and be safe!

Camp Bishopswood: Finale Week – August 21-27 

Everyone is invited to Camp for this final week of the summer. You can stay in a bunkhouse, or bring our own tent or camper, and eat Bishopswood’s delicious home-cooked meals. Swimming, kayaking, campfires, hiking, archery, group tours of the Mid-Coast area and more – all the amenities of camp made available to all ages! Go to www.bishopswood.org for details.

 

Community Care & Nurture

SUMMER Worship at Saint Mary’s

SUNDAYS:    8:00 am Contemplative Eucharist,

                          9:30 am Choral Eucharist

Mon -Thurs10 minute Noonday Prayer in Chapel (or wherever you are)

Communicating with Nathan+   

 Feel free to contact Fr. Nathan at any time if you wish to speak with him.  You can call or text his cell anytime at 207-310-0268  or e-mail him directly at nathanferrell@smary.org but know that email is checked rarely on weekends or when he’s away on vacation.

Prayer Concerns for this week:  Seth Russell, Phil Grondin, Talie Harris, Brooke Welch-Frehsee, Ellen Hitchcock, Susan Nolde, Debbie Roberts, Frank Rheaume, Marsha Jewett, Bob Armitage, Sarah Gorman, Stewart Stalnecker.

IF YOU WANT TO ADD NAMES TO THE PRAYER LIST, write them on the Sunday Prayer List found in the Narthex or contact the Office (781-3366 or smary@smary.org).

 

 

 

THIS WEEK at Saint Mary’s

Sunday        20      Eleventh Sunday after Pentecost  (Becky Pride preaching)

                          8:00am       Contemplative Eucharist (followed by Coffee Hour)

9:15am       Nursery opens

                             9:30am         Choral Eucharist (followed by Coffee Hour)

Monday      21      AVE Deadline for September

12noon       Noonday Prayer in the Chapel

                             6:00pm        T’ai Chi

Tuesday       22      10:30am         Wisdom Seekers

                             12 noon       Noonday Prayer in the Chapel

                             1:00PM          Staff Meeting

                             6 - 8pm        PCC auditions in Lower Level

                             7:00pm        AA in the auditorium

                             7:30pm        Al-Anon in the Guild Room (6:30pm Beginner’s)

Wednesday    23        12noon       Noonday Prayer in the Chapel

                             6 - 8pm        PCC auditions in Auditorium

Thursday     24      Beth and Nathan taking vacation  – Parish office closed

                             12noon       Noonday Prayer - wherever you find yourself

Friday          25      12noon       Noonday Prayer - wherever you find yourself

                             5:00pm        Community Souper Supper

                             5:30 pm        Al-Anon meeting

Saturday      26     

Sunday        27      Twelfth Sunday after Pentecost (Rev. David Illingworth presiding)

                          8:00am       Contemplative Eucharist (followed by Coffee Hour)

9:15am       Nursery opens

                             9:30am         Choral Eucharist (followed by Coffee Hour)

 

 

Beth Shaw

Parish Manager

The Episcopal Church of Saint Mary

43 Foreside Road

Falmouth, Maine  04105

207.781.3366

 

Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Saint Mary's eNEWS for 8.13.17

Saint Mary’s Weekly News

August 13, 2017 –  The Feast of Saint Mary the Virgin


This is Saint Mary’s Celebration Weekend

Lobster Bake & Auction,  Feast Day, Recital Concert

Saint Mary's Lobster Bake & Auction: Saturday, August 12

To be held on our lawns, weather permitting. Beginning at 4:30 pm, rain or shine, join fellow parishioners, family and friends for fun, fellowship and feasting. Lobster/Steamer dinner, BBQ Chicken dinner, and grilled burgers and hotdogs. To purchase tickets, contact Beth in the office 781-3366, smary@smary.org or Betsy & Jim Stoddard, 829-2026, jbstod@myfairpoint.net. See you there!

 

The ANGELUS and our Patronal Feast: Sunday, August 13

On Sunday, August 14, we will gather at our regular times of 8 and 9:30 AM as we celebrate our parish’s Patronal Feast as we remember the faithful life and blessed death of Mary, the mother of our Lord. Every week, we gather in her name and under her patronage, because we desire to lead a faithful life and to meet a blessed death in the same way as she did. Today, we will pray the ancient Angelus prayer in place of the Creed as a way to meditate upon her vocation and to ask for her assistance.

London Organist Recital at Saint Mary’s: Sunday, August 13, 6 PM

Concert organist, Alan Saggerson, music director at St. Mary with All Souls, London (West Hamstead in London), will offer a free recital here at Saint Mary’s. Mr. Saggerson has a degree form Hertford College, Oxford, is a trustee of the Royal College of Organists St. Giles Academy organ project which oversees the rebuilding of historic organs. He has toured annually in the Netherlands, France, the UK and this year, the United Sates. In 2014 he was featured as a recitalist for the Royal College of Organist’s 150th anniversary celebration.

As part of our Celebration Weekend, Mr. Saggerson has chosen music specifically for the unique qualities of our Opus 3384 Casavant organ. The organ was designed by Gerhard Brunzema and is reminiscent of north German Baroque instruments. Mr. Saggerson will play three movements from François Couperin’s Messe des Couvents, a prelude by Nicolaus Bruhns, the chorale prelude “St. Mary” by Sir Hubert H. Parry, the fugue of the Magnificat by J.S. Bach, and “March” by Nicholas Choveaux (French Canadian composer who lived and worked in the UK). Come one and all. Free and open to everyone!

FRESH AIR Mass on the Grass:  only ONE more left!

An 8-week summer study on Wednesday evenings beginning at 6:30 PM

From June 28 to August 16, all Saint Marians are invited to read and reflect together on the presence and work of the Holy Spirit. We will study a book called Fresh Air: The Holy Spirit for an Inspired Life  by Dr. Jack Levison. Each of the 8 chapters are presented and discussed in sequence at our weekly Wednesday evening Mass on the Grass gatherings. And if you didn’t do the reading, each chapter will be summarized so that all can still join in the discussion. Dr. Levison’s insights from Scripture are quite profound, and you are guaranteed to learn something new.

Royal School of Church Music Open House:  September 13, 2017

CALLING EVERYONE INTERESTED! Come to this Open House to learn more about this high quality, voice training school for our young people. RSCM is new to Saint Mary’s, but it is well-established around the world. This program is open to everyone, including those in the community, your friends and neighbors.

To help, to participate or FMI, contact Bruce Fithian at RSCM@smary.org.  

Kick-Off Cookout and Carnival:  September 10 – Save the Date!!

It’s coming soon! Mark your calendars now and plan on joining together for our festive Cookout & Carnival to Kick-Off the new program year with energy!  Our Choir, Guiding RAY, the Middlers, RSCM  will all be gearing up for great year. 

Vestry Nominations - Coming in September

During the month of September, the Nominating Committee will be seeking nominations for the Vestry and Diocesan Convention delegates.  In October, the committee will recommend nominees to be presented for vote at the Annual Meeting in late January.

Please be thinking about potential nominees for both bodies, including yourself.  More to follow in the September AVE.  FMI contact Nadine Timberlake ntimberlake@aol.com

Life Line Screening Preventative Health Event at Saint Mary’s August 14

Life Line Screening, a leading provider of community-based preventive health Monday August 14.  Five screenings will be offered that scan for potential health problems related to: blocked arteries which is a leading cause of stroke; abdominal aortic aneurysms which can lead to a ruptured aorta; hardening of the arteries in the legs which is a strong predictor of heart disease; atrial fibrillation or irregular heart beat which is closely tied to stroke risk; and a bone density screening, for men and women, used to assess the risk of osteoporosis. 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 1-888-653-6441 or visit www.lifelinescreening.com/communitycircle or text the word circle to 797979

Serving The World

Souper SuppersA Chance to Serve  - every 2nd & 4th Fridays

As you begin to ponder your autumn schedule, please consider joining the Souper Supper team!  One of Saint Mary's  most popular ministries, we serve home-made soup, salads, rolls, desserts at table, FREE to the community on the 2nd and 4th Fridays of each month.  Do you have a couple of hours every month or two?  Help set up (3-4 pm or; dish up (4:00-end) or clean-up (5:30-end).  Or you can make/provide desserts (3 dozen pieces).  Your Choice!!   A fun, fulfilling, very family-friendly ministry!  FMI:  Jennifer Gregg; jenniferanngregg@gmail.com 

Would you like to be a Soup Angel in your neighorhood?

Do you have friends or neighbors who would enjoy a pint or quart of (frozen) homemade soup periodically?  Anyone who is coming home from vacation or a stint in the hospital who would welcome such a meal?  Anyone who is housebound temporarily or permanently?  Or are you, yourself, over-booked or "up against it" and would like to grab a soup dinner instead of cooking?  Please avail yourselves of the containers of delicious frozen Souper Supper soups in the Saint Mary's freezer for yourselves or others in need!    Just Because!! 

The Milestone Foundation Annual Fundraiser: September 9

They are looking for contributions for this event. Some ideas might be subscription to the Portland Symphony, etc. Please contact Manuela Arundel, development director for your ideas: Marundel@milestonefoundation.org

 

Youth Ministry

Guiding RAY (Religious Adventures for Youth): off until September 10  

Our Guiding RAY program will take a break for the summer months and resume on September 10.  For more information on our Guiding RAY, please visit our website  www.smary.org . The Nursery will remain open for our youngest disciples in the lower level Guiding RAY area beginning at 9:15 AM every Sunday morning.

Camp Bishopswood: Finale Week – August 21-27 

Everyone is invited to Camp for this final week of the summer. You can stay in a bunkhouse, or bring our own tent or camper, and eat Bishopswood’s delicious home-cooked meals. Swimming, kayaking, campfires, hiking, archery, group tours of the Mid-Coast area and more – all the amenities of camp made available to all ages! Go to www.bishopswood.org for details.

Remember Flat Saint Mary! 

Take her with you on vacation, to the beach, the park, and even the gas station.  Snap a picture and include her too!  Remember her son Jesus is always with you.   Post pics on facebook or Instagram  #flatsaintmary . Or send to Beth at smary@smary.orgLet’s make this a wonderful way to keep Saint Marian’s connected during the summer vacation months.  Have fun, be safe, and take a Flat Saint Mary with you wherever you go this summer!

Community Care & Nurture

SUMMER Worship at Saint Mary’s

SUNDAYS:    8:00 am Contemplative Eucharist  and   9:30 am Choral Eucharist

WEDNESDAYS: 6:30 PM Mass on the Grass:  Aug 16  is the last for this summer

Mon -Thurs10 minute Noonday Prayer in Chapel (or wherever you are)

Communicating with Nathan+   

 Feel free to contact Fr. Nathan at any time if you wish to speak with him.  You can call or text his cell anytime at 207-310-0268  or e-mail him directly at nathanferrell@smary.org but know that email is checked rarely on weekends or when he’s away on vacation.

Prayer Concerns for this week:  Seth Russell, Phil Grondin, Talie Harris, Brooke Welch-Frehsee, Ellen Hitchcock, Theo Cline, Grace Robinson, Susan Nolde, Debbie Roberts, Frank Rheaume, Marsha Jewett, Bob Armitage, Sarah Gorman, Stewart Stalnecker.

IF YOU WANT TO ADD NAMES TO THE PRAYER LIST, write them on the Sunday Prayer List found in the Narthex or contact the Office (781-3366 or smary@smary.org).

 

THIS WEEK at Saint Mary’s

Sunday            13        The Feast of Saint Mary the Virgin (transferred)

                               8:00am            Contemplative Eucharist (followed by Coffee Hour)

9:15am            Nursery opens

                                    9:30am Choral Eucharist (followed by Coffee Hour)

                                    6:00pm            Organ Recital by Alan Saggerson

Monday           14        12noon Noonday Prayer in the Chapel

                                    6:00pm T’ai Chi in the Auditorium

Tuesday           15        10:30am Wisdom Seekers

                                    12 noon            Noonday Prayer in the Chapel

                                    5:30PM            Vestry dinner gathering (Meeting at 6:00)

                                    7:00pm AA in the auditorium

                                    7:30pm Al-Anon in the Guild Room (6:30pm Beginner’s)

Wednesday          16          9:30am  Churchyard meeting in the Guild Room

                                                12noon Noonday Prayer in the Chapel

                                    6:00pm T’ai Chi in the Auditorium

                                    6:30pm FRESH AIR Mass on the Grass (Chapter 8 finalé)

Thursday         17        9:00AM Katahdin hikers begin their 3 day/2 night adventure

                                    12noon Noonday Prayer in the Chapel (Chapel Eucharist on summer break)

Friday              18        12noon Noonday Prayer - wherever you find yourself

                                    5:30 pm            Al-Anon meeting

Saturday          19        3:00PM            approx. time of Katahdin hikers return

Sunday            20        The Eleventh Sunday after Pentecost (Becky Pride preaching)

                               8:00am            Contemplative Eucharist (followed by Coffee Hour)

9:15am            Nursery opens

                                    9:30am Choral Eucharist (followed by Coffee Hour)

                  

 

 

 

Beth Shaw

Parish Manager

The Episcopal Church of Saint Mary

43 Foreside Road

Falmouth, Maine  04105

207.781.3366

 

Thursday, July 27, 2017

Saint Mary's eNEWS 7.30.17

Saint Mary’s Weekly News

July 30, 2017 –  Eighth Sunday after Pentecost


FRESH AIR Mass on the Grass

An 8-week summer study on Wednesday evenings beginning at 6:30 PM

From June 28 to August 16, all Saint Marians are invited to read and reflect together on the presence and work of the Holy Spirit. We will study a book called Fresh Air: The Holy Spirit for an Inspired Life  by Dr. Jack Levison. Each of the 8 chapters will be presented and discussed in sequence at our weekly Wednesday evening Mass on the Grass gatherings. And if you didn’t do the reading, each chapter will be summarized so that all can still join in the discussion. Dr. Levison’s insights from Scripture are quite profound, and you are guaranteed to learn something new. Even if you cannot attend, you are encouraged to pick up a copy of the book and read it over the summer. Go to our Facebook page for videos from the author and more information on the book. AND S’MORES WILL BE AVAILABLE – for our young people, of course!

 

We thank Tom Troeger for sharing his talent on the flute with us during the Prelude and Postlude this Sunday.  We give thanks to God for the many gifts among us!

Royal School of Church Music Open House:  September 13, 2017

Open to all who may be interested in this new, high quality, voice training school for our young people. Invite interested friends and neighbors. To help, to participate or for more information contact Bruce Fithian at RSCM@smary.org.  

Serving The World

Souper Suppers:  2nd & 4th Fridays – July 14 & 28

Twice each month, anytime from 5 to 7 pm, any person can come to our Auditorium for a free supper of soup, bread, salad and desserts. No questions asked. No donations accepted. Each table is served and bussed. And community is created. Come and try it!

Falmouth Food Pantry

We collect each week for those in need in our local communities.  FFP is always in need of hot and cold cereals; canned meats and fish; canned soups (especially healthy and low sodium; canned fruit (especially light or in juice.) Thank you for your generosity! Bring these with you on Sundays or to the Parish House during the week.

 

The Milestone Foundation Annual Fundraiser: September 9

They are looking for contributions for this event. Some ideas might be subscription to the Portland Symphony, etc. Please contact Manuela Arundel, development director for your ideas: Marundel@milestonefoundation.org

 

Youth Ministry

Remember Flat Saint Mary! 

Take her with you on vacation, to the beach, the park, and even the gas station.  Snap a picture and include her too!  Remember her son Jesus is always with you.   Post pics on facebook or Instagram  #flatsaintmary . Or send to Beth at smary@smary.orgLet’s make this a wonderful way to keep Saint Marian’s connected during the summer vacation months.  Have fun, be safe, and take a Flat Saint Mary with you wherever you go this summer!

Guiding RAY (Religious Adventures for Youth): off until September 10  

Our Guiding RAY program will take a break for the summer months and resume on September 10.  For more information on our Guiding RAY, please visit our website  www.smary.org . The Nursery will remain open for our youngest disciples in the lower level Guiding RAY area beginning at 9:15 AM every Sunday morning.

Young Life Club: off for the summer, but camp begins this week!

July 29 – August 4: Young Life camps are designed only with teenagers in mind. They deliver the best week that a kid can imagine! There is still a few spots on our bus. Interested? Visit www.younglifecb.com or call Jordan Droge at 805-453-1999

Camp Bishopswood: Finale Week – August 21-27 

Everyone is invited to Camp for this final week of the summer. You can stay in a bunkhouse, or bring our own tent or camper, and eat Bishopswood’s delicious home-cooked meals. Swimming, kayaking, campfires, hiking, archery, group tours of the Mid-Coast area and more – all the amenities of camp made available to all ages! Go to www.bishopswood.org for details.

Saint Mary’s Celebration Weekend

Saint Mary's Lobster Bake & Auction: Saturday, August 12

To be held on our lawns, weather permitting. Beginning at 4:30 pm, rain or shine, join fellow parishioners, family and friends for fun, fellowship and feasting. Lobster/Steamer dinner, BBQ Chicken dinner, and grilled burgers and hotdogs. To purchase tickets, contact Beth in the office 781-3366, smary@smary.org or Betsy & Jim Stoddard, 829-2026, jbstod@myfairpoint.net. See you there!

 

The Feast of Saint Mary the Virgin: Sunday, August 13

We will gather at our regular times of 8 and 9:30 AM to keep the feast and to honor our parish patron, Mary the God-bearer, the Mother of our Lord.

London Organist Recital at Saint Mary’s: Sunday, August 13, 6 PM

Concert organist, Alan Saggerson, music director at St. Mary with All Souls, London (West Hamstead in London), will offer a free recital here at Saint Mary’s. Mr. Saggerson has a degree form Hertford College, Oxford, is a trustee of the Royal College of Organists St. Giles Academy organ project which oversees the rebuilding of historic organs. He has toured annually in the Netherlands, France, the UK and this year, the United Sates. In 2014 he was featured as a recitalist for the Royal College of Organist’s 150th anniversary celebration.

As part of our Celebration Weekend, Mr. Saggerson has chosen music specifically for the unique qualities of our Opus 3384 Casavant organ. The organ was designed by Gerhard Brunzema and is reminiscent of north German Baroque instruments. Mr. Saggerson will play three movements from François Couperin’s Messe des Couvents, a prelude by Nicolaus Bruhns, the chorale prelude “St. Mary” by Sir Hubert H. Parry, the fugue of the Magnificat by J.S. Bach, and “March” by Nicholas Choveaux (French Canadian composer who lived and worked in the UK). Come one and all. Free and open to everyone!

 

Community Care & Nurture

SUMMER Worship at Saint Mary’s

SUNDAYS:    8:00 am Contemplative Eucharist,

                          9:30 am Choral Eucharist

WEDNESDAYS: 6:30 PM Mass on the Grass (through August 16)

Mon -Thurs10 minute Noonday Prayer in Chapel (or wherever you are)

Communicating with Nathan+   

 Feel free to contact Fr. Nathan at any time if you wish to speak with him.  You can call or text his cell anytime at 207-310-0268  or e-mail him directly at nathanferrell@smary.org but know that email is checked rarely on weekends or when he’s away on vacation.

Pray for Young Life campers and staff: July 29 – August 4

Almost 50 young people and staff leaders will head off to Lake Champion camp in Glen Spey, NY. Please pray that each young person’s heart is open to the good news of God’s love in Christ and that the staff have strength and wisdom.

Prayer Concerns for this week:  Talie Harris, Larry Bennett, Brooke Welch-Frehsee, Ellen Hitchcock, Theo Cline, Marcia Willock, Ginny Stelk, Grace Robinson Susan Nolde, Debbie Roberts, Frank Rheaume, Marsha Jewett, Bob Armitage, Sarah Gorman, Stewart Stalnecker.

IF YOU WANT TO ADD NAMES TO THE PRAYER LIST, write them on the Sunday Prayer List found in the Narthex or contact the Office (781-3366 or smary@smary.org).

 

 

 

THIS WEEK at Saint Mary’s

Sunday        30      Eighth Sunday after Pentecost

                          8:00am       Contemplative Eucharist (followed by Coffee Hour)

9:15am       Nursery opens

                             9:30am         Choral Eucharist (followed by Coffee Hour)

Monday      31      Beth - vacation day

                             12noon       Noonday Prayer in the Chapel

                             6:00pm        T’ai Chi in the Auditorium

Tuesday, Aug 1     10:30am         Wisdom Seekers

                             12 noon       Noonday Prayer in the Chapel

                             1:00PM          Staff Meeting

                             3:30pm        ExCom

                             7:00pm        AA in the auditorium

                             7:30pm        Al-Anon in the Guild Room (6:30pm Beginner’s)

Wednesday    2          9:30 am          Mainely Weavers

                                    12noon       Noonday Prayer in the Chapel

                             6:00pm        T’ai Chi in the Auditorium

                             6:30 pm           ORI meeting in Guild Room

                             6:30pm        FRESH AIR Mass on the Grass (Chapter 6)

Thursday     3        Beth - vacation day

                             9a - 12n          Garden Club workshop in the Auditorium

                             12noon       Noonday Prayer in the Chapel (Chapel Eucharist on summer break)

Friday          4        Father Nathan at Navy Reserve Drill - Friday and Saturday

                             12noon       Noonday Prayer - wherever you find yourself

                             5:30 pm        Al-Anon meeting

Saturday      5       

Sunday        6        Ninth Sunday after Pentecost

                          8:00am       Contemplative Eucharist (followed by Coffee Hour)

9:15am       Nursery opens

                             9:30am         Choral Eucharist (followed by Coffee Hour)

 

 

 

 

 

Beth Shaw

Parish Manager

The Episcopal Church of Saint Mary

43 Foreside Road

Falmouth, Maine  04105

207.781.3366