Parish News March 21st

Dear St. Stephen’s church family,

Although this ancient Song of Solomon may not exactly match our seasonal reality, we are grateful for the coming of Spring:

My beloved spake, and said unto me, Rise up, my love, my fair one, and come away.
For, lo, the winter is past, the rain is over and gone;
The flowers appear on the earth; the time of the singing of birds is come, and the voice of the turtle is heard in our land. 2:10-12

1. Unfinished Projects

1:30 pm

 In the Mitchell Hall. This is a time to gather together, and work on a project you may have on the go! Sewing, knitting, drawing, or organizing your purse (!).

2. The Living Room

10:30 am Friday

A program for parents: Make room for God, others and yourself. Meeting tomorrow—at the Broadway Roastery on 8th at 10:30.

3. Youth Group!

6:15 pm Friday night

Apex trampoline. Friday night. Meet at 6:15 at the church, pick up at the church 9:00 pm. 

4. Lenten lunch

Sundays in Lent

Thank you to all for so generously supporting the Friends of Nazanin this past Sunday, by coming to the Lenten lunch. This Sunday, the Lenten lunch is hosted by the family and friends of Sam and Anne Biro, missionaries to Mongolia. All proceeds will go to support their work and ministry. Lunch is a suggested donation of $5, but donations are gladly accepted!

5. The Marriage Sessions

4th Sunday evening January-April

Part 3 meets on Sunday evening at 6:00. Date night—Dine, discuss and dash. This month’s theme is: Collaborate. 

6. Tuesday Chat Café

last Tuesday of the month (usually!)

Next week, Tuesday, March 26th. Meet at 5:30 for a delicious supper. The main course will be meatballs. Bring a salad or dessert and come and share a meal together.

7. Vestry meeting

Our next Vestry meeting has been scheduled for Thursday, March 28th at 7:30.

8. Memorial Service

A special service of remembrance has been planned for Lorna for Saturday, March 30th, at 1:00 pm. All welcome.

Parish Cycle of Prayer:

This month we pray for all who are restricted in their ability to get out and about, who may be isolated because of mobility issues or transportation. We give thanks for the Friends of St. Stephen’s visiting ministry, and pray that we may continue to be strengthened to love and serve one another and the community in Jesus’ name.
We pray for Karen Helfrich and for Lorna and Donald Hendry.

In Christ’s love,

The Rev. Amy