St. Nicholas Episcopal Church

The Episcopal Church in Scarborough, Maine

Easter Sunday – April 21, 2019


Celebrant:  Rev. Sara D’Angio White

Coffee Hosts:  Erik and Dana Jensen

Eucharistic Ministers:  Jane Ducott(P) and Mark Bennett

Greeters:  Mark and Cathy Bennett

Lectors:  Alice and Brad Wellman

Offering Teller:  Nancy Agan


We welcome this morning oboist Kathleen NcNerney.   She is a graduate of the Hartt School and the University of Southern California.  She is co-founder and Artistic Director for VentiCordi, a chamber music group.  She has performed with various symphonies on the east and west coasts as well as in chamber music groups.  She will be playing throughout the service.  Her presence is made possible by the Barbara MacDougall Fund, which always kindly appreciates your support!

Prelude:  “Concerto for Oboe and Strings—Allemanda” by British composer John Barbirolli (1899-1970).  This piece honors a theme by Italian composer Arcangelo Corelli (1653-1713).

Offertory:  “Sonata in G Major—Andante” by Italian composer Giuseppe Sammartini (1665-1750).

Postlude:  “Sonata for Oboe” by German/English composer George Frideric Handel (1685-1759).

 Terry Foster, Church Musician

April 28 – Ministers – Easter 2

Celebrant:  Rev. Amelia Hagan

Coffee Host:  Kelly Martino

Eucharistic Minister:  John Sutton

Greeters:  Judy and Graham Pierce

Lectors:  Bill Sproull and Nancy Agan

Offering Teller:  Anna Hamilton

May 5 – Ministers – Easter 3

Celebrant:  Rev. Sara D’Angio White

Coffee Hosts:  Marci Pobgee and Nancy Agan

Eucharistic Minister:  Mark Bennett

Greeters:  Chris and Sara Taylor

Lectors:  Dorothy and John Sutton

Offering Tellers:  Dorothy and John Sutton


On Sunday, May 5, we will once again be selling Equal Exchange Fair Trade chocolate bars ($5/each or $12/3 bars).  Proceeds from the sale of these tasty treats will support the work of Konbit Sante’s health partnership in Cap Haitien, Haiti.  Also for Konbit, we will be selling papier-mache hummingbirds made by Haitian artists.  Both the candy bars and the birds could make lovely personal Mother’s Day gifts that also support the livelihoods of our brothers and sisters in Haiti and Latin America

Our Easter flowers have been donated by the following people.  We thank them very much for their thoughtful gifts.

 In loving memory of Mom and Dad, Lou and Bob Agan, by Nancy Agan.

In gratitude for Charlotte Benson, Kenneth D. Benson, Kenneth E. and Ethel M. Benson,  Harmon and Charlotte B. Green, Cevedra D. and Charlotte D. Blake and John and Lucretia S. Green.

In memory of Jean and Dick Gordon, Helen and Bob Bouchard by Joan and Bob Bouchard.

Suemi Clark and the Clark family, in memory of Donald Clark, the Clark family ancestors, and Charles Swan.

The D’angio-White family in memory of Giulio D’Angio.

In memory of Bruce and Helen Vardeman, Berniece and Pat Foster and Pearl H. Vincent  from David Vardeman and Terry Foster.

 Dick and Anna Hamilton, in loving memory of our families and friends.

In memory of Charlie and Sally Lee and Ralph and Lucienne LaCasse from the LaCasse family.

 In memory of Vicki LaQuerre’s parents, Raymond and Mary Myers. In memory of David’s dad, Richard LaQuerre and in honor of David’s mom, Catharine LaQuerre.

 In loving memory of our parents, Carla, Bob and David and brother John and sister Marie, by Kelly and Tony Martino.

Bill and Suzan Nixon in thanksgiving for special great grandchildren.

From the Nye family in memory of Linda Brown, Reginald, Sally, Larry and our grandparents.

 In loving memory of Pam J. Ott, Reverend Thomas Gordon Ott, Lois Ott, Priscilla Pike and Homer Pike by Mike Ott.

 In loving memory of Scottie, Jane’s parents, Jan and Bill Rogers, and Scott’s dad, Richard Ducott, by the Rogers/Ducott family.

The Wellmans, in thanksgiving.

 Members of St. Nicholas, in memory of The Right Reverend Harold Hopkins, Bill Baxter, Shelton Brooks, Jeffrey Ferguson, Eckart Horn, Anne Hunter, and Geoff Robbins.

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