October 28, 9:00am–2:30pm
Grace Episcopal Church, 30 Eastman Street, Concord
“The Heart of Recovery.” Our retreat leader is John Braught. John has over sixteen years’ experience in recovery, and has thought deeply about the relationship between the Twelve Steps and traditional spiritual disciplines. Registration is $, lunch included. Registration is limited.
Contact: Sandi Albom, 303-2435, firstname.lastname@example.org or Susan Ackley, 968-7952, email@example.com
Saturday, October 21, 9am–3pm
Grace Episcopal Church, 106 Lowell St., Manchester
A light lunch of soup and bread will be served, as well as coffee, tea and other drinks. Please bring a food item to share. Includes a “Yarn & Needle Exchange,” so bring your extra needles and yarn and maybe find something you can use that someone else has brought. Those joining us are asked to bring whatever projects they are working on, as well as any finished items they would like to share.
RSVP: Linda Chamberlain (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Karen West (email@example.com)
On Sunday, we handed these out to our younger children. Each page of the Holy Eucharist in the Book of Common Prayer has a matching page with a Bible verse and a picture to color:
Download The Coloring Book of Common Prayer (PDF)
Our hope is to bring basic familiarity with the idea of a prayer book and an order of worship that can stick with a child as she grows up into “the full stature of Christ.”
By the Grace of God and the People consenting, Bishop Rob Hirschfeld will ordain Sandi Albom, Shawn LaFrance and Charlie Nichols to the Sacred Order of Deacons in Christ’s One Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church on Wednesday, September 13, 7p.m. St. Paul’s Church (21 Centre Street). Your prayers and presence are requested. Reception to follow.
Grace Needlers Monday, September 11 at 10:30am. Do you do any form of needlework? Learn, share skills, or just to be with those who share your interests. All skill levels welcome. Contact: Sharon Billingsley at firstname.lastname@example.org
Book ClubThis month’s selection is: Following Atticus by Tom Ryan. The club meets at the church on Monday, September 25 at 6:00pm,
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.