St. Nicholas Episcopal Church

The Episcopal Church in Scarborough, Maine

February 11, 2018 – Last Sunday after Epiphany


Sunday, February 11 – Ministers

Celebrant: Rev. David S. Heald

Preacher: Rev. Roy Partridge

Coffee Hour Hosts: Randi and Jude Hogan

Eucharistic Ministers: Carl Bredenberg(P) and Jane Ducott

Greeters: Carl Bredenberg and Kelly Martino

Lectors: Carl Bredenberg and Kelly Martino

Offering Teller: Nancy Agan


Opening:  #427 – “When Morning Gilds the Skies”

Gospel:  #7 – “Christ Whose Glory Fills the Skies”

Closing:  #460 – “Alleluia!  Sing to Jesus”


The prelude for this Sunday is “Morning Song” by living American composer Gilbert M. Martin.

The offertory is “Offertoire On A Hymn” composed by Maine native John Gould (1821-1875 A.D.) and arranged by living composer David Paxton.

The postlude is “Praise the Lord” by German/English composer George Frederic Handel (1685-1759 A.D.).

Due to the congregation meeting today after church, the St. Nicholas Chimers will not practice until next week, February 18, immediately after Coffee Hour.  Come join us!  It’s easy.

Terry Foster, Church Musician


St. Nicholas Congregational Meeting
This morning after church (grab a cup of coffee and snack and head to the sanctuary) we will gather to discuss our financial status and future in this building.  All ideas are welcome.  Please come prepared to listen and to share your thoughts.

St. Nick’s next day at the St. Elizabeth’s Jubilee Center is Tuesday, February 13th, at the cathedral (9-11am). Please speak with Terry Foster for more details.

Tuesday, February 13 – 7pm – Divas at Jane’s

All women of the church are invited to a Mardi Gras celebration at Jane’s home.

Wednesday, February 14 – 7pm – Ash Wednesday Service



Sunday, February 18 – Ministers

Coffee Hour Hosts: Bill Pape and Bill Sproull

Eucharistic Ministers: Bill Sproull(P) and Nancy Agan

Greeters: Mark and Cathy Bennett

Lectors: Dana and Erik Jensen

Offering Teller: Sean Walsh


Sunday, February 18 – Giving Sunday – On the third Sunday of each month we encourage members to bring a non-perishable food item for donation to the Scarborough Food Pantry.  Thanks for your generosity!


Thursday, February 22 – 10 – 11:30am – Lenten Book Study Group

For our Lenten book study this year, we will read John Dominic Crossan’s “The Greatest Prayer: Rediscovering the Revolutionary Message of the Lord’s Prayer.” Crossan is arguably the foremost scholar of the historical Jesus. A former Roman Catholic priest and professor emeritus of religious studies at DePaul University, his twenty-sixth book looks at the Lord’s Prayer. He argues that this “greatest prayer” is undervalued in today’s society, despite our recitation of it Sunday after Sunday, if not daily. We will meet on five Thursday mornings at the church—February 22, March 1, 8, 15, and 22, from 10-11:30.  The book is available in paperback from your local book store or online, or as a digital download.

Sunday, February 25 – Ministers

Coffee Hour Hosts: Carol Brown and Nancy Agan

Eucharistic Ministers: Mark Bennett(P) and Bill Nixon

Greeters: Erik and Dana Jensen

Lectors: Vicki LaQuerre and Kelly Martino

Offering Teller: Anna Hamilton


Thursday, March 8 – 6:30pm – Bishop’s Committee

All are welcome to attend the monthly meeting of the governing body of

St. Nicholas Episcopal Church.


A big thank you to S.t Nickers for donations to our Souper Bowl of Caring….a total of $350 went to the Project Grace Fuel Fund!  Also, $60 in chocolate bar sales was donated to Konbit Sante…thank you for your ongoing support of our outreach efforts.


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