November 2 Evening Prayer Commemorating All the Faithful Departed 4:30 pm
Have you been remembering someone you loved and lost, even years ago? Were you unable to attend a funeral? This service is an opportunity to intentionally remember anyone who has died who is important to you. It will be a time of quiet prayers, readings, candles, and music in the chapel. We plan to have candles available in the garden to light in remembrance. Invite a friend or neighbor for whom such a service might be comforting without all the fuss of Sunday morning. Questions? Contact the interim rector.
November 3 All Saints Sunday
All Saint’s is one of the major Feast Days of the Church. (The word Saints refers to the entire membership of the Christian community, the living and the dead.) In many Episcopal churches, any and all loved ones who died in the past year are named during out loud worship. This year we will observe that tradition. If you would like someone to be so recognized—it need not be a family member—please send those names to the church office. All Saints is also one of the traditional days forf administering Baptism. If you or a member of your family is considering baptism, please contact the interim rector.
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