THIS WEEK AT SAINT NICK’S
Sunday, June 10 – Ministers
Coffee Hour Hosts: Pam and Ralph Hillman
Eucharistic Ministers: John Sutton(P) and Nancy Agan
Greeters: Mike Ott and Rod Dixon
Lectors: Judy Pierce and Bill Sproull
Offering Teller: Nancy Agan
Opening: #47 – “On This Day, the First of Days”
Gospel: #533 – “How Wondrous and Great Thy Works”
Closing: #569 – God, the Omnipotent! King Who Ordainest”
ABOUT THE INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC
Four members of the St. Nicholas Chimers will play during the service today.
For prelude they share an arrangement of “A Mighty Fortress Is Our God”. This well-known hymn of the church was composed by Martin Luther (1483-1546 A.D.). Luther was the great theologian who founded the Protestant Reformation from whence our denomination eventually evolved.
For offertory the chimers will play gospel hymn “What A Friend We Have In Jesus” whose music was composed by American attorney Charles Converse (1832-1918 A.D.).
The organ postlude for today is “Finale” by English composer William Wolstenholme (1865-1931 A.D.).
After Coffee Hour the St. Nicholas Folk Ensemble will have their first rehearsal of the season. We have interesting music to work on which we will share in church when ready. The music is not difficult and is fun to sing. Please join us!
Terry Foster, Church Musician
Thursday, June 14 – 9am – Holy Eucharist
Join us for a quiet start to your busy day.
Friday, June 15 – 3pm – Sandpiper Graduation and Potluck
All in the St. Nicholas and Sandpiper community are welcome to join in the fun as a class of preschoolers graduates. The children have been practicing songs to share with their families, and there will be a magician performing. Potluck supper to follow. Volunteers appreciated to help set up and clean up.
Sunday, June 17 – Ministers
Coffee Hour Hosts: Sue and Sean Walsh
Eucharistic Ministers: Jane Ducott(P) and Bill Nixon
Greeters: Nancy Agan and Carl Bredenberg
Lectors: Dorothy and John Sutton
Offering Teller: Nancy Agan
Tuesday, June 19 – St. Elizabeth’s Essentials Pantry
Volunteers are needed to help distribute items to local residents. Please see Terry Foster if you can help out. We have a donation basket in our entryway. Items that are most needed at this time are: summer clothing for adults and children, individually packaged toothbrushes, soup pots of 4 quarts or larger, footwear, new socks for adults and children, new underwear for adults and children, all eating utensils (dishes, cups, mugs, glasses, forks, knives and spoons), bedding (blankets, sheets, pillowcases), towels, backpacks for adults and children, and children’s strollers.
Sunday, June 24 – Ministers
Coffee Hour Host: Nancy Nickerson
Eucharistic Ministers: Carl Bredenberg(P) and Pam Hillman
Greeters: Erik and Dana Jensen
Lectors: Chris and Sarah Taylor
Offering Teller: Sean Walsh
SCARBOROUGH COMMUNITY GARDEN NEWS
The garden is looking green! The peas and beans are starting to climb up the fence and the poles. Please feel free to snip some chives – we have a bumper crop!