St. Nicholas Episcopal Church

The Episcopal Church in Scarborough, Maine

November 6, 2016 Sunday after All Saints’ Day

Please remember to turn your clocks BACK one hour on Saturday night
 Ministers – Sunday, November 6
 Celebrant:  Rev. David S. Heald
 Coffee Host: Lorna Kerbel
 Offering Teller:  Nancy Agan
 Eucharistic Ministers: Jane Ducott (P) and Bill Nixon
 Greeters: Mike Ott and Cheryll Green
 Lectors: Vicki LaQuerre and Mike Ott
 Guest Musicians – “Messengers of Hope” gospel quartet and our own chime players

 Sunday, November 6 – All Saints’ Day Remembrance

 We invite you to place your photos or memorabilia of loved ones who have died on the table or bench or on top of the piano.

 Thursday, November 10, 2016 – 6:30pm to 8pm

 Bishop’s Committee Meeting
 All are welcome to attend the monthly meeting of the governing body of St. Nicholas.

 Thursday, November 10 – 9:00am – Holy Eucharist

 Join us for a quiet start to your busy day.


 Ministers – Sunday, November 13
 Celebrant:  Rev. David S. Heald
 Coffee Hosts: Volunteers needed, please.
 Offering Teller:  Kelly Martino
 Eucharistic Ministers:  Mark Bennett and Jane Ducott
 Greeters: Chris and Sarah Taylor
 Lectors: Dana and Erik Jensen

 Ministers – Sunday, November 20

 Celebrant:  Rev. David S. Heald
 Coffee Hosts: Volunteers needed, please.
 Offering Teller: Sean Walsh
 Eucharistic Ministers: Carl Bredenberg(P) and John Sutton
 Greeters: Rod Dixon and Bill Pape
 Lectors: Kelly Martino and Bill Nixon

 Sunday, November 20 – Giving Sunday

 On the third Sunday of each month, we invite you to bring a non-perishable food item for donation to the Scarborough Food Pantry.  Items that would be good for holiday celebrations might be appropriate for this time of year, as well as staples.  Thank you for your generosity.

 Saturday, December 24 – 4:30pm

 Christmas Eve Service

 Sunday, December 25

 We will not have a service at St. Nicholas, but all are invited to attend the service at St. Luke’s in Portland, which is held at 10:00am.


 This week we finished getting the garden ready for winter.  We harvested the last of the Swiss chard, kale, onions and herbs for our neighbors at the Scarborough Food Pantry.  We covered the garden with a layer of chopped leaves and a tarp to protect it until spring.  Please feel free to contact Chris Taylor if you would like to help next year, or if you have any new ideas for the Scarborough Community Garden at St. Nick’s!


St. Nicholas Episcopal Church - Scarborough, Maine | A member of The Episcopal Diocese of Maine, The Episcopal Church, and the Worldwide Anglican Communion