During the choir residency at Saint Paul’s Cathedral, London, you will be able to keep up with the choir, its music and activities.
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Rummage workers are excited to be receiving all of your “treasures” this summer and getting them ready for the Annual Rummage Sale on Friday, September 8 (pre-sale) and Saturday, September 9.
You can drop them off during the following times:
- Sundays: 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
- Wednesdays: 9 a.m. to noon and 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Joyce Klinefelter is heading up the Rummage sale this year with lots of assistance. If you would like to pitch in and help, contact Weezie Lauher at firstname.lastname@example.org. Join our helpers who are all having fun and serving for such a good cause!
Friday, July 14 – Friday, July 21
Each summer, high school youth and adults are invited to participate in the annual pilgrimage as peers with Sioux youth and adults in providing a three-day summer camp for children on the Standing Rock Reservation, 3567 square miles spanning the border of North and South Dakota.
We will visit the following places:
- Fort Abraham Lincoln, from which Custer rode out to the Little Big Horn;
- A reconstructed village of the Mandan tribe;
- Where the Lewis and Clark exploration took place; and
- The North Dakota Heritage Center.
Our second rector, William Hobart Hare, served as Bishop to the Great Sioux Nation, ministering among the native peoples in the late 1800’s throughout the Dakotas. It is always a life-changing experience for those who go!
Contact Manny if you would like to participate: email@example.com
How, When & Where
Purchase groceries at participating grocery stores (listed below) and leave them with the collection crew.
- Date: Saturday June 3rd
- Time: 9 am – 12 pm
- Locations: please contact Manny Mercer to find out which stores a participating
- email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- phone: 215-242-2055, ext. 24
Our greatest need is for the first three items. No glass containers, please. Be sure to check expiration dates.
- Canned low-fructose fruit
- Canned low-sodium vegetables
- Canned tuna, salmon, chicken, or chili
- Canned beans or 1 lb. bag dried beans
- Canned potatoes
- Cold cereal
- Hot cereal
- Shelf-stable milk
- Olive and canola oil (plastic container)
- Herbs and spices (plastic container)
- Honey (plastic container)
Thank you for filling the shelves of your hungry neighbors in need!
A ministry of your local Episcopal Churches.
- For kids who rely on school meals, summer can be the hardest time of year.
- Hunger affects minority populations, 18% Black and 25% Latino, more than whites, 14%.
- Food insecure people are 30% more likely to be hospitalized and 2x as likely to require mental health services.
- 36% of children and 6% of seniors in are considered “food insecure.”
- 1 in 4 Philadelphians live at or below the poverty line, which the federal government defines as an annual income of $24,300 for a family of 4.
- Philadelphia’s poverty level is about 26%
- Dates: Monday June 26 – Friday June 30th
- Time: 8:30 – 3:30 pm
- Location: Saint Paul’s Episcopal Church
- Ages: 3 1/2 to 12 years
- Cost: $50
Come join us as we help the kids explore the Foundations of our Faith through a range of activities including:
- arts and crafts
- story telling
- fellowship and fun
Registration closes on Thursday, June 15, 2017