THIS WEEK AT SAINT NICK’S
May 5 – Ministers – Easter 3
Celebrant: Rev. Sara D’Angio White
Sermon: John Sutton
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
This Sunday we are using “alleluia bells” throughout our hymn singing. Please ring your bell any time the word “alleluia” is sung. The bells have been borrowed from the cathedral. Please replace them in the basket at the door before leaving church!
ABOUT THE MUSIC
The prelude for this Sunday is “Rustles of Spring” by Norwegian composer Christian Sinding (1856-1941).
The offertory is “The Green Cathedral” by American composer Carl Hahn (1874-1929).
The postlude is “March Romaine” by French composer Charles Gounod (1818-1893).
Terry Foster, Church Musician
May 12 – Ministers – Easter 4
Coffee Hosts: Mark and Cathy Bennett
Eucharistic Minister: Bill Nixon
Greeters: Nancy Agan and Mike Ott
Lectors: Alice and Brad Wellman
Offering Teller: John Nye
May 19 – Ministers – Easter 5
Celebrant: Bishop Stephen Lane
Coffee Hosts: Jane Ducott and Carl Bredenberg
Eucharistic Minister: Carl Bredenberg
Greeters: Erik and Dana Jensen
Lectors: Cathy and Mark Bennett
Offering Teller: Kelly Martino
Next Sunday, May 12. we welcome outstanding drummer Daniel Mills, a student at the University of New England. He will be playing drums along with various music pieces throughout the service. The music format will not be the usual Episcopal format, but more like the music often played by a Salvation Army band. Daniel’s presence is made possible by the Barbara MacDougall Found.
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.
The St. Elizabeth’s Pantry volunteer schedule has changed from a six-week to a four-week rotation. Therefore, St. Nick’s will now be scheduled with St. Mary’s on the second Tuesday of each month starting with May 14. If you are interested in this ministry, please see Terry Foster. Thanks.
Please join us on Sunday, May 19, as we welcome the Rt. Rev. Stephen Lane for his final visit to St. Nick’s before his retirement in June. We wish Bishop and Mrs. Lane all the best for a happy and healthy retirement.
We need some more handmade washcloths for our “welcome bags.” Please see Kelly Martino for the pattern if you would like to make a few. Thanks.
Saint Nicholas Episcopal Church