Friday, August 18, 7:30pm
Due to the rainy weather, the movie will still be shown, but indoors. Come inside for a dry, warm and fun experience!
Free showing of the movie Trolls for families and children of all kinds! We will project the movie on the exterior of the church. Bring a blanket, chairs, food and drinks.
Popcorn, candy and drinks will be available for purchase. Proceeds benefit our Take-a-Tote program to feed local hungry school children.
See the Facebook event page for details.
RAIN OR SHINE
(We will show the movie indoors, depending on weather.)
Local Episcopal priest Rev. Alice Courtright (chaplain at St. Paul’s School) is organizing a Prayer Vigil for today’s events in Charlottesville. She will hold the vigil at 7pm tomorrow (Sunday, August 13) in front of the State House.
Last Saturday we raised over $1,200 for our Take-a-Tote food ministry with the church-wide yard sale. Thank you to everyone who volunteered, donated or shopped that day! Special thanks to Barb and Will Ashworth for their leadership in organizing the day.
Saturday, June 17, 8am-1pm!
Proceeds benefit Take-a-Tote feeding ministry.
We need your help! Stay a few minutes after Coffee Hour today to move tables, retrieve items from attic and basement. Pricing (if you forgot to mark your stuff) begins Mon. night, 7pm. We’ll provide stickers and guidelines. Bring baked goods Friday 3-7pm. See you bright and early Saturday morning. Thanks!
Tuesday, June 20, 7-8:30pm
St. John Episcopal Church, 270 Stark Hwy, Dunbarton
The Episcopal Churches of Central NH invite you to a discussion of The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness by Michelle Alexander.
James McKim will lead discussion that night. He attends St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church in Goffstown.
Our final delivery is Thursday! Thank you, shoppers, donors, drivers, packers and shelf arrangers. Please continue bringing food during the summer. Just watch for expiration dates falling in Sept. or Oct.
Wednesday, May 10, 11am–1pm (lunch included)
Concordia Lutheran Church, 211 North Main Street
How will the Concord Faith Community respond to increased immigration enforcement and the targeting, detention and deportation of our immigrant brothers and sisters?
Come and learn what is happening across the state and in Concord to provide sanctuary and accompaniment; to stand in solidarity with our immigrant community!
RSVP Granite State Organizing Project, 668-8250