Parish Picnic TODAY July 19

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Our Parish Picnic is here, at long last. This Saturday, July 19th, from 12noon to 4pm.

We’ll have food, games and fun on the front lawn, culminating with our 4:30 liturgy (weather permitting, we’ll worship outdoors). And, Little Boots Rodeo and Jack Groat will also provide some games and fun to share with one and all! St. Nicholas will supply the hot dogs and hamburgers. We ask volunteers and donors to bring side dishes, buns, snacks and some sweet treats, too.

Alleluia, Alleluia, Alleluia! Let Us Rejoice and Be Glad, for Christ is Risen

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To my dear St. Nicholas community – my sisters and brothers in faith,

This is the feast which surpasses all feasts. This is the feast that brings us the fullness of joy and and the fulfillment of God’s divine promise to us, God’s children: the resurrection of Jesus the Christ from the grave brings us New Life and a share in Paradise.

I wish to share with you my fullest and deepest blessings and my love which, first and foremost, is rooted in Our Lord and graciously and willingly shared with each and everyone.

Happy Easter. Celebrate and rejoice, my friends . . . Jesus is alive and His reign shall last forever and ever.

Your brother and friend,

manny@stnicholasepiscopal.org

Manny

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Vicar, St. Nicholas Episcopal Church

[editor's note: this post was scheduled for 9pm Saturday April 19, during the Great Vigil of Easter when Christ's light is revealed to the world]

Parking on the Driveway – Concern For Others

Parking in front of St Nicholas

We are blessed with a diverse community.  What we all have in common is our human condition.  Some of our members are slowed some due to ailments and health conditions.

So, we ask that the curved driveway, especially parking spots closets to the front doors, be reserved for our community members who may need a bit more time and less sidewalk to travel for entry into the church.

Thank you, one and all.  God bless this community of St. Nicholas Church.