Our Take-a-Tote ministry is offering a great way to enjoy a meal out while generating revenue for our food ministry. By participating in Concord Uno’s Dough Raiser, 15% of your meal’s total will benefit TAT. On the third Sunday of every month, starting May 19, you may dine out for lunch or dinner or take-home an order. Tell your friends and co-workers. See Barb Ashworth for tickets or just tell your server, you want to support Grace Church’s Take-a-Tote
We’re very excited about our
very first Spring Renewal!
Spring Renewal is a celebration: a day of spiritual rejuvenation, ministry development, community, and connection for the entire Episcopal Church of New Hampshire. You’re invited and I hope you will attend! Click here to register. Morning and Afternoon WorshipSpring Renewal will feature two lay-led worship services based on the contemplative worship of Iona Abbey and featuring Taizé music. The morning music will include Nicole Densmore on flute and David Almond on keyboard, from St. Andrew’s in New London. In the afternoon, they will be joined by bass and drums and members of the Upbeat Youth Choir, who will lead singing.
Bishop Hirschfeld – Welcome and WorkshopsThe Bishop will welcome us to Spring Renewal before introducing our keynote speaker, as well as presenting three workshops throughout the day, along with over 25 additional workshop leaders. Register now and select your workshops by clicking here. Meet the Rev. Jay SidebothamIn addition to a wide variety of wonderful workshops that will inspire and inform our faith, we are honored to have the Rev. Jay Sidebotham as our keynote speaker. Rev. Sidebotham is the Director of RenewalWorks. He also serves as associate rector at St. James’ Parish in Wilmington, NC. Sidebotham comes to this work from his experience as rector of Church of the Holy Spirit in Lake Forest, IL, where he led the congregation through a period of sustained focus on spiritual growth and renewal. He is also well known for his cartoons about church life and his animation work on the television series Schoolhouse Rock! SPRING RENEWALManchester Community CollegeSaturday, May 11, 20198:00 am to 3:30 pmCost: Please register by May 7, 2019. $20 | At the door: $30 Information here: https://www.nhepiscopal.org/spring-renewal SCHEDULE OF EVENTS8:00 AM Registration opens – coffee and continental breakfast available8:30 CONTEMPLATIVE WORSHIP9:00 WELCOME from Bishop Hirschfeld 9:15 KEYNOTE ADDRESS: Rev. Jay Sidebotham, Director of RenewalWorks9:45 WORKSHOP 1 – RENEW11:00 Break11:15 WORKSHOP 2 – REVITALIZE12:30 PM Buffet lunch and MINISTRY FAIR1:45 WORKSHOP 3 – RECONCILE2:45 Break3:00 REVIVAL WORSHIP with Upbeat Youth Choir3:30 Go in Peace I hope you will join us. Come to enjoy worship with live music, wander through a hands-on ministry fair, and choose from over 25 workshops that offer tools for living and practicing the Way of Love! Christ is Risen!
Tina PickeringCanon for Ministry Development
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Today’s suggested readings are … Psalm 122; Esther 7:1-10; Revelation 1:9-20 These selections, based on the Sunday Eucharistic lectionary, are designed to reflect last Sunday’s lessons at the beginning of the week, and then towards the end of the week they are intended to anticipate the lessons for next Sunday. Enjoy the beginning of the journey and I encourage you to contemplate the picture before you start! Blessings
Our newest member!!!
The littlest Moser arrived safely on Tuesday 4/23/19 at 10:13 PM. Meet Theodore Cole, aka “Teddy”! 8 lbs 2 oz, 21 inches. We are home from the hospital and doing well! ♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️
Rev Celeste will lead a discussion on how to read the Bible on Thursday’s in May at 6:30 in church hall. Bring a sandwich.
Even if you didn’t sign up all welcome. Should be fun and informative..
Book club meeting this Wednesday at 5:30..join us,,,even if you haven’t read this months book..