Cancelled this year. We will continue our successful Cookie and Soup Sale on Saturday December 2 at 4pm. We will be partnering with the town on the Christmas tree lighting on the library grounds. Santa will light the library tree and then bring everyone over to Parish Hall to take photos (we will upload them for free!). And we will be hosting a chili dinner for the community during the pictures and sale.
Consecration Sunday is coming, November 19th!
During morning worship on Consecration Sunday, we ask that you prayerfully ask, “what proportion of my income is God calling me to give?” and then complete a commitment card. Following worship we will then enjoy a celebration brunch together in the parish hall.
Seeking Hosts! We are looking for hosts for Singles and Doubles events. Ideally, two or more will host a two hour adult cocktail party from 5-7pm. Guests contribute wine or an appetizer and it is a fun, easy way to share time together. If you are interested in hosting, please contact Allison Pishko at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Traditionally, the Feast of All Saints is a time to offer special thanksgiving for those who have died and entered into a new life in God this past year. All Saints’ Day will be celebrated Sunday, November 5th, at both the 8:00 and 10:00 am services. The names of those submitted by parishioners will be read at the services. If you have friends or loved ones who have died in the year past, please list their names on the Sunday bulletin insert and either drop it in the collection plate or mail it to the parish office by Wednesday, November 1. Alternately, email the office with your remembrances: email@example.com.
Parenting is tough!
All are invited to join us for 2 free parenting workshops, offered by Tim and Mary Barrett, Family Therapists in Chatham, NJ.
Tuesday, October 17th from 7:00pm - 8:30p, the session will focus on young children - preschool/elementary age. Read more
Are you a HARRY POTTER fan? Fans of ALL AGES are invited to share the connection between the enchanted world of Harry Potter and our Christian faith. J.K. Rowling’s writing includes truths about love, suffering and sacrifice, and she is a testament to resurrection itself! Join the intergenerational discussion on four Sunday mornings, September 17th, 24th , October 1st and 8th from 11am – 12noon