Childrens Easter 2016
Childrens Easter 2016
Children's Halloween Party  (click on picture to view photos)
Children's Halloween Party (click on picture to view photos)
Vacation Bible School
Vacation Bible School
Kathy Glista, Fr. Harvey, Barbara Mickna     --   --   --   --     Rededication of the Labyrinth (click on picture)
Kathy Glista, Fr. Harvey, Barbara Mickna -- -- -- -- Rededication of the Labyrinth (click on picture)
Click on the picture to read the latest blog entry
Click on the picture to read the latest blog entry
Community Outreach
Community Outreach

Recently a group of volunteers painted the Gazebo in Feeding Hills Center.

Grandparent playgroup
Grandparent playgroup

For information call the office.

 

Reunion of Old Friends

 

        BISHOP'S "WORD TO THE CHURCH"

  

 

 

                                   Baptism

 

Accepting God's Healing Grace:

A Sermon for May 1, 2016
 
 Every story of miraculous healing in the gospels has at least one thing in common: they are impressive displays of God’s power. The story in our gospel reading is no exception. With just a word, Jesus heals a man who has been ill for thirty-eight years.
 
Most of the healing stories in the gospels also have something distinctive about them, something unusual, something a little surprising. That unusual thing is often the key to the lesson of that particular story.
 
And again, our gospel reading is no exception. The unusual thing in our story is that the man Jesus heals does not really want to be healed. That is strange! . . .Click title to read more).   

   

  

   

 

 

 

 

 

  Thanks to everyone for a glorious Holy Week!!

 

 

LENT MADNESS

The votes are all in, and the big winner is . . . Dietrich Bonhoeffer! (Not, Julian of Norwich, as I had predicted!) You can see all the results, and learn more about your favorite saints, at http://www.lentmadness.org/.

  

 

 

 UPCOMING EVENTS

  • Community Supper, May 2 at 6:00
  • Spring Work Day on Saturday, May 7 beginning at 8:00
  • Samson Trip, May 9-11
  • Paint and Sip (to raise money for. Relay for Life), Friday, May 13
  • Food for the Poor Sunday, May 15 (Pentecost!)
  • Relay for Life, begins Friday, May 20
  • Memorial Day, Monday, May 28 Parade, meeting at the Town Hall at 9:00, and then Veterans Lunch at The Church of the Good Shepherd
  • Hill Walk/Run on Saturday, June 11
 

Community Dinners

May 2ndPork Roast Dinner ~ $12

June 6th Chicken Barbeque ~ $10

All dinners include:                      

Main meal, Vegetable, Salad

Bread/Rolls, Dessert, Drinks

Children ages 5-12 ~ $5

Children under 5 ~ Free

For reservations please call 413-786-6133

St. David's is sponsoring a trip to PA to see "SAMSON" on May 9-11. There are fact sheets on the table in the Narthex. See Carol Miller for more info or to sign up

Spiritual Gifts Assessment

To take a simple online survey to help you discern your spiritual gifts, click on this address: http://www.spiritualgiftstest.com/test/adult

 A New Bible Challenge!

Father Harvey is reading the entire bible this year. If you would like to join him, contact the Church for a schedule of readings and occasional meetings to discuss what we have read. 

 

From the Blog

Earth Day

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Posted by Harvey Hill on

Today (April 22) is Earth Day. Technically Earth Day is not a holy day in the Episcopal calendar.  But on Earth Day we commemorate John Muir, the founder of the Sierra Club, the unofficial patron saint of the environmental movement in the United States, and one of my heroes. One day when a ...

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