Sunday Morning Hospitality
Every Sunday, after the morning Eucharist service, Parishoners meet in the Common Room in the basement to enjoy refreshments and fellowship. Generally, this includes hot regular and decaf coffee, bagels and cream cheese, fresh fruits and vegetables, cakes and cookies (for the children), and other homebaked treats.
In Summer, Hospitality Hour is downsized but still an essential element of our Sunday congregation; our hot coffee urns are not employed, but we welcome store-bought cold iced coffee, tea, lemonade, and juice, and some crackers with cheese and a platter of fruits or vegetables.
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Altar Servers & Acolytes
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- Usher/ Greeter welcome vistors with a smile and a bulletin.
- Intercessors lead the Prayers of the People.
- Lectors read the Old Testament and / or New Testament reading.
- The Altar Guild prepares the altar and items for Communion.
- Acolytes carry the cross and candles. Everyone age six and above are invited to serve at the altar as acolytes at all parish worship services; we consider this a vital part of our Christian education program. After training, they participate by carrying the torches, the cross, incense and censor and by assisting clergy at the Eucharist.
- Adult Altar Servers assist the Priest during services, serve as lector, and guide the acolytes to ensure they serve well.
Altar flowers may be given in honor or remembrance.
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- Biz Bracher, Senior Warden
- Chris Sole, Junior Warden
- Gail Murphy, Treasurer
- Kim Nauen, Clerk
- Marygrace Barber, '19
- Tom Hamilton, '19
- Barbara Wood, '19
- JP Cardoso, '20
- Jamie Gass, '20
- Anna McTigue, '20
- Gillian Meek, '21
- Deb Molrine, '21
- Gene Wayne, '21