Last Week's Schedule

For week ending Sunday, 19 May 2019

Give Love
Where there is no love, put love, and you will draw love out.
St. John of the Cross
Where have we neglected to put love? Where do we ask that love be drawn from us?
9:00-9:30 am Morning Prayer, in the library
7:00pm- 4 week Bible Study discussion on Philippians.
Tonight in the Parish Hall - we will be studying the Second Chapter of Philippians.
All are welcome
7:00 pm - Steel Passion rehearsal, parish hall.
7:30-9:00 pm - REPAIR, Trinity in Ossining
All are welcome. Snacks & coffee provided.
7:30 pm   Choir rehearsal, undercroft.
4:30-7:00 pm - Spring Fling,
Auction items like you wouldn't believe.
and of course - traditional refreshments to the max.
Fifth Sunday of Easter
  8:00 am - Holy Eucharist
10:00 am - Holy Eucharist
First Reading: Acts 11:1-18
Book of Psalms: Psalm 148
New Testament: Revelation 21:1-6
The Gospel: John 13:31-35

You are always welcome to keep your children with you; a play area with toys is available in the side chapel.
Nursery care is available in the undercroft for ages 1-1st grade.
Godly Play available for children entering 2nd-5th grade, undercroft.
Youth Christian Formation (6-8th grades), participating in the service this week.
11:15 am - Christ Church Book Club, following 10:00 service in the teen room below the parish hall.
Discussing - What You Have Heard Is True A Memoir of Witness and Resistance by Carolyn Forché.

“Once Forché’s story gathers momentum, it’s hard to let the narrative go…Riveting…intricate and surprising.” — The New York Times.

This book is a powerful story of a young poet who becomes an activist in Central America through a trial by fire.
12:30 pm - La Santa Misa
4:00 pm - Funeral Service and Celebration of the life of Dode Sweet


Apr. 30
May 14
May 28
Jun. 11
7:00pm- 4 alternate week Bible Study discussion on Philippians.
The meetings will be in the parish hall.
BYOB (Bring your own Bible)
May 22
7:00 pm - Helga Luden, Holocaust Survivor, talks at Christ Church
Helga Luden was born in 1934 in Ulmen, a town in the Rhinelandregion of Germany talks about her experiences and her life since then.
May 25
10:00 am - Bereavement Group, Library
We invite anyone who has lost a loved one, whether it be current or long ago, to join us on for a gathering of our Bereavement Group in the library. We have found that small group gatherings quickly become a safe place to share our feelings, to say how we are adjusting and to express our grief.
Prayer Requests
Requests for inclusion in the public prayers can be made to the Rev. Susan Copley at or call 631-2074. The prayers will be included in next Sunday's service, remembered at daily Morning Prayer, and forwarded to the members of the prayer chain.

Prayer requests that are for the prayer chain only should be sent to Cindy Pfeffer.