GRACE CHURCH An Episcopal Community in the Southern Berkshires
Issue: Vol. 2 #42
November 4, 2014
“I encourage you and members of your congregation to get active in the effort to get out the Yes vote on Question 3 to repeal the casino legislation.”
– The Right Rev. Douglas Fisher,
Please click herefor the letter from Bishop Fisher regarding the ballot Question 3 which if it passes will repeal Massachusett’s casino legislation:
The Wisdom/Outreach Group needs your help.
If you were not at church on Sunday, Nov. 2, please take five minutes to fill out this survey. It will help the members of the Wisdom Group prioritize the numerous opportunities that were offered to us during the four Community Network Dinners.
Celebration of New Ministry” and luncheon such a warm and welcoming event for our visitors. Your flexibility and attention to the details of the day created an event we will remember as being a true high point in Grace’s short history.
To read The Rev. Peter Elvin’s sermon online click here.
To read The Rev. Janet’s remarks on the day click here.
WILLIAM TEMPLEARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY
Admirers have called him “a philosopher, theologian, social teacher, educational reformer, and leader of the ecumenical movement,” “the most significant Anglican churchman of the twentieth century,” “the most renowned Primate in the C of E,” “Anglican’s most creative contribution to the theology of the West.”
The priest invites the congregation to take a few moments to think of one thing during the past week they are thankful to God for.
After some time the priest invites anyone to share their gratitude with the congregation by coming to the microphone.
Item for Sunday
(Although we have an “Item of the Week”, any appropriate food items are always welcome!)
Sue Gore, Don Peet, and George Raymond for the Lee Pantry and the People’s Pantry.