Good Morning and Welcome to St. Mary’s Church
Welcome to newly baptized sisters and brother in Christ: Cheyenne Scriven, daughter of Patricia Turbee and Jamar Scriven; Madison and Heaven Scriven, daughters of Lakaisha Williams and James Scriven; and Brian Montalvo, son of Victoria Scriven and Antwaan Montalvo; and welcome to their Godparents, Alzyna Johnson, Tishia Carswell, Carl Green, Nicole Toodle, Jermaine Montalvo, Catherine Deas, Alisha Griffin, Hazel Montalvo, Edward Short, Chinadoll Rodriguez, Desree Russell, Brandis Scoggins, Michael Fraiser, Raymond Reeves and Tanya Benn. May God’s blessing be always upon these children and their families in their lives in Christ Jesus.
A Special Welcome to our Preacher, The Rev. Suellen Leugers, Pastor of the Plainfield Community Church in New Hampshire and Welcome to all our sisters who have spent the week working so hard around St. Mary’s and the community. The women of the Plainfield Church have brought their tremendous energy, spirit and faith to helping all in our neighborhood (and they did a lovely job sprucing up the parish hall restroom, too!) God bless you all and may God grant traveling mercies on your return. See you soon!!
The Episcopal Church Women’s Prayer Committee will meet today, March 8th following the 10:00 am service. Betty Reardon will lead the program. All women invited!
Manhattan North Interparish Council: Lenten Services: Evening Prayer followed by fellowship hour. All services: 7:00 pm
March 11 St. Philip’s Church
204 West 134th Street
March 18 St. Martin’s Church
230 Lenox Ave. at 122nd Street
March 25 Cathedral of St. John the Divine
1047 Amsterdam Ave. at 112th St.
April 1 Church of the Crucifixion
459 West 149th Street at Convent Ave.
The Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church, the Most Rev. Katharine Jefferts Schori, will speak on “The Episcopal Church: Its Relationships and the Future” Monday, March 9th, 7:30 – 9:00 pm, Schermerhorn Room 501 at Columbia University. All are invited. Sponsored by the Canterbury Club and the Episcopal Campus Ministry.
You are Invited to an Evening with Archbishop Desmond M. Tutu and bestselling historian Thomas Cahill, Wednesday, March 11 at 7:00 PM at The Riverside Church, 490 Riverside Dr. A discussion and celebration of the publication of A SAINT ON DEATH ROW: The Story of Dominique Green, by Thomas Cahill. FREE and open to the public; for more information, please email or call: Jen Marshall at: firstname.lastname@example.org, (413) 268-0110. For more about the book: http://www.thomascahill.com For more about the Texas Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty: http://www.tcadp.org
The Property Committee will meet on Friday, March 13th at 5:00 pm. All are welcome!