St. Nicholas Episcopal Church

The Episcopal Church in Scarborough, Maine

Sunday, September 15, 2019 – Pentecost 14 and Creation Season 3



September 15 – Ministers – Creation Season 3

Celebrant:  The Rev. Pamela Brouker

Coffee Host:  Nancy Nickerson

Eucharistic Minister:  Bill Sproull

Greeters:  Graham and Judy Pierce

Lectors:  Dorothy and John Sutton

Offering Teller:  Dorothy and John Sutton

                                                                                                 ABOUT THE MUSIC

The prelude for this Sunday is “Andante” by Norwegian composer Edvard  Grieg (1843-1907).

The offertory is “Liebestraum in A Flat Major” by Hungarian composer Franz Liszt (1811-1886).

The postlude is “Minuet Finale” by German/British composer George Frederic Handel (1685-1759).

The St. Nicholas Chimers will have a rehearsal after Coffee Hour this Sunday.  Please join us in ringing beautiful chime music for the Fall!


This is Giving Sunday.  Please remember to bring non-perishable items for the local food pantry.  Thanks.


St. Elizabeth’s Essentials Pantry

The weather is cooling down and St. Elizabeth’s is starting to collect jackets and coats of all sizes to give to the needy.  If you have any that you are no longer using, please consider donating them to this cause.  They can be left at St. Nick’s and we will get them to the Pantry.

Our next scheduled date for volunteering at the Pantry is Tuesday, October 8th  from 9:00 to 11:00.  Please see Terry Foster if you would like to participate in this ministry.

Logan Place

We will be making and serving dinner to the residents of Logan Place on Thursday, September 19th.  We welcome volunteers to purchase, prepare or serve the dinner.  Please speak to Nancy Nickerson if you would like to help.


September 22 – Ministers – Creation Season 4

Celebrant:  The Rev. Kit Wang

Coffee Host:  Graham and Judy Pierce

Offering Teller:  John Nye

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