This Week's Schedule and Upcoming Events

For week ending Sunday, 27 Jan 2019

This week, let us
REMEMBER the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr
I encourage you to take time to read : A Letter From A Birmingham Jail.

The office/church will be closed in observation of MLK Day.
12:00 noon - Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Service
An Ecumenical Service Honoring the Life and Legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
At: Foster Memorial AME Zion Church, 90 Wildey St. Tarrytown
9:00-9:30 am Morning Prayer, in the library
1:00 pm - HE & Prayer Service at Crestview
(Meet at the church at 12:30pm, to carpool together.)
7:00 pm - Steel Passion rehearsal, parish hall.
7:00 pm - Grupo de Oracion y La Santa Misa, chapel
7:30 pm   Choir rehearsal, undercroft
4:00-6:00 pm - Clothing Closet, Folding
Annual Meeting. Joint Bilingual Service
Third Sunday after Epiphany
10:00 am - Holy Eucharist
Old Testament: Nehemiah 8:1-3, 5-6, 8-10
Book of Psalms: Psalm 19
New Testament: 1 Cor. 12:12-31a
The Gospel: Luke 4:14-21

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), in the teen-room/Library.

, Parish Hall

7:00 pm - Candlelight Evensong, chapel
A brief service of chanted prayer and scripture to close the day.
All are welcome.


Feb 3
11:15 am - Christ Church Book Club, following 10:00 service in the teen room below the parish hall.
Discussing - Furnishing Eternity by David Giffels.
David Giffels, always fascinated by his dad's workshop, decided as he approached 50 to build his own casket as a way of developing his woodworking skills - and having time with his father. Deaths in the family and David's growing awareness of the passage of time made the adventure a far deeper experience.

"Furnishing Eternity" is the story of that experience. It's a wonderful read (The New York Times named it an 'Editor's Choice') and an opportunity for us to begin some of those conversations about how we might wish to 'furnish eternity.'

Join us on Sunday, February 3rd during Coffee Hour for the discussion. As always, reading the book is not a prerequisite but we do encourage you to check this one out if you can.
Feb 9
5:00 pm - Dinner and Movie., Parish Hall
"The Princess Bride"
Bring your friends, family, young and old. FREE EVENT Join us for FUN, FOOD, and ENTERTAINMENT!
So that we can plan accordingly, PLEASE RSVP by Sunday Feb 3rd to Mary:Millan.
Feb 17
11:30 a.m. Acolyte Ministry, chapel
For all current and new Acolytes
Feb 24
11:30 a.m. Usher Ministry, chapel
For all current and new Ushers
Mar. 3
11:30 a.m. Readers of Scripture and Leaders of Prayers Ministry, chapel
For all current and new Readers & Prayers
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.