St. Nicholas Episcopal Church

The Episcopal Church in Scarborough, Maine

Sunday, July 7, 2019 – Fourth Sunday of Pentecost

THIS WEEK AT SAINT NICK’S 

July 7 – Ministers – Pentecost 4

Celebrant:  The Rev. Samuel Henderson

Coffee Hosts:  Volunteers, please

Eucharistic Minister:  Jane Ducott

Greeters:  Erik and Dana Jensen

Lectors:  Dorothy and John Sutton

Offering Teller:  Anna Hamilton

ABOUT THE MUSIC

This Sunday we welcome Emma Jones of South Portland who will be singing throughout the service.

For prelude she will sing “The Lord Is My Shepherd”.  This is the theme song from the popular BBC series “The Vicar of Dibley”.  It was composed by living English composer Howard Goodall (b. 1958).

For offertory she will sing “Prayer from ‘Hansel and Gretl'” by German composer Engelbert Humperdinck (1854-1921).

For postlude she will sing “The Ocean” by living composer Aron Accurso and lyricist Rachel Griffin.  This song is from a musical production about one’s mental health and is very inspirational.  The words are included in the bulletin. 

Terry Foster, Church Musician

  

Thursday, July 11 – 6:30pm – Bishop’s Committee

All are welcome to attend the monthly meeting of the governing body of St. Nicholas Episcopal Church.

 

 There will be a memorial service here for our friend and former parishioner Cheryll Green on Saturday, August 3rd at 11:00am.  Please mark your calendars.

 

We would like to have another get-together at the Country Kitchen on Friday, July 12th at 5:30.  Please see Nancy Agan or contact her at 883-1561 or NancyAgan@gmail. com for FMI or to sign up.

 

OUTREACH

St. Elizabeth’s Essentials Pantry

Our next scheduled date for serving at the St. Elizabeth’s Pantry is Tuesday, July 9th.  Please see Terry Foster if you are interested in this ministry. 

Logan Place

We have another dinner planned for Logan Place on Monday, July 15th.  Please see Nancy Nickerson if you would like to contribute something or help serve. 

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