December Movie Nights at St Nicholas

We all know how busy December can be, what with family visits and the rush-rush-rush of holiday preparations. Yet, taking time to relax and enjoy a movie with friends and comfort foods is also warranted and welcoming.

So, this December, we will gather in the Hall and take in a couple of movies.

December 8th: “Invictus” will be aired at 6:30pm. This movie has been chosen by the Contemporary Conversations Group and will be discussed on December 10th after the 10am Sunday Liturgy. All are welcome to the movie, the discussion or both!

December 15th: The classic 1949 film “Come to the Stable” will be shown, starting at 7pm.

Pizza will be provided at both showings. Please bring along your favorite snack to share. Beverages are provided.

And as always…ALL ARE WELCOME.

Shout Outs

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To Sanai Janice Forde, granddaughter of our Erlene Lee-Forde who was baptized last Sunday. Welcome to the Church and to the faith, little Sanai. You are loved and cherished.

To our Erlene Lee-Forde, Claudia Boyle and Penny Mandziara who created such a lovely and welcoming reception last Sunday to celebrate Sanai’s baptism. What a glorious time had by all.

To LaWayne, Earl and Eason Williams who took the time last Saturday and cleaned the entire church, Hall and Gathering Space. As shiny clean as our facility was, YOU are even more brighter and beautiful!

To our Thelma Malecek who gracefully and with cheer lead Evening Prayer for us last Saturday. Blessings to you, dear lady.

To our Jennifer Brundige who undertook the herculean task of hauling all those pennies to the bank. Jennifer, you continue to selflessly give of yourself and we are all most grateful and thankful.

For all Mothers, those whose company we still enjoy and those who have gone to their eternal rest and gone to sleep in Christ, God bless.

May Is For Our Mothers

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During the month of May we celebrate our moms. We encourage everyone to bring a picture of your mother and place it atop the table at the entrance to the church.

Let us rejoice and give thanks for that remarkable woman who brought us life and continues to love us, here or in heaven above.