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St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church

Welcomes You
In the name of Jesus Christ,

welcome to St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church,

an open and affirming congregation

in the worldwide Anglican Communion.




You are welcome here


  • if you are married or single, for

we will partner with you;


  • if you are a parent or a child of

one, for we are all family together;


  • if you know what you believe or

have no idea what you believe,

for we are one in our longing for

deeper knowledge of God;


  • if you are from this place or a

stranger from far away, for we

were all once strangers ourselves;




  • if you are straight or gay, black

or white, rich or poor . . .

No matter who you are, we welcome you, praying that you will find here what you seek. In fact, we pray that you will find here the love that is Christ’s law – love that bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things – knowing that God’s love is bigger than anything we can ask or imagine.


All people – adults and children – who are seeking a deeper relationship with Christ are welcome to receive Communion.
Moreover, we invite you to share freely with us in all aspects of worship. Everything you need for today’s service is included in this booklet, with the exception of hymns. Hymns are listed in this leaflet and above the pulpit and can be found in the blue Hymnal 1982.
Additional information can be found on the back of this leaflet.
St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church

545 South East Avenue (708) 386-5613 Oak Park IL 60304



stchrisoakpark@sbcglobal.net www.stchristophersoakpark.org
The Very Rev. Paris Coffey, Rector, and Dean of the Oak Park Deanery

Mr. L. Richard Sobak, the Organist and Choirmaster

The People of St. Christopher’s, the Ministers
June 19th, 2011

First Sunday after Pentecost, Trinity Sunday
8:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist: Rite I

Please note that during the summer months

in recognition that sometimes less is more –



St. Christopher’s offers two scripture readings and a psalm.
The first is selected from either the Old or New Testament readings for the day, and the second is always from the Gospel.

Page numbers refer to the red Book of Common Prayer found in your pew. An asterisk* indicates where the People stand, if able.
*Opening Sentences page 323
*Trisagion page 324
*Collect of the Day
Almighty and everlasting God, who hast given unto us thy servants grace, by the confession of a true faith, to acknowledge the glory of the eternal Trinity, and in the power  of thy Divine Majesty to worship the Unity: We beseech thee that thou wouldst keep us steadfast in this faith and worship,  and bring us at last to see thee in thy one and eternal glory,  O Father; who with the Son and the Holy Spirit livest and  reignest, one God, for ever and ever. Amen.
First Reading (page 4 of this leaflet)
Psalm 8
1 O LORD our Governor, *
how exalted is your Name in all the world!
2 Out of the mouths of infants and children *
your majesty is praised above the heavens.
3 You have set up a stronghold against your adversaries, *
to quell the enemy and the avenger.
4 When I consider your heavens, the work of your fingers, *
the moon and the stars you have set in their courses,
5 What are we that you should be mindful of us? *
human beings that you should seek us out?
6 You have made us but little lower than the angels; *
you adorn us with glory and honor;
7 You give us mastery over the works of your hands; *
you put all things under our feet:
8 All sheep and oxen, *
even the wild beasts of the field,
9 The birds of the air, the fish of the sea, *
and whatsoever walks in the paths of the sea.
10 O LORD our Governor, *
how exalted is your Name in all the world!

*Gospel Reading (page 5 of this leaflet)

Sermon The Very Rev. Paris Coffey



The Book of Common Prayer does not require that the Nicene Creed be recited every Sunday, so we will omit the Creed during the summer months when our worship is more relaxed.
Prayers of the People The People kneel or stand, if able page 329
Today’s specific intercessions are found on page 12 of this leaflet.
Confession page 331
*Absolution and Exchange of Peace page 332
Offertory
The loose plate offering is designated for the Rector’s Discretionary Fund for outreach. To specify recipient, please mark a pew envelope accordingly.
*The Great Thanksgiving: Eucharistic Prayer II page 340
Breaking of the Bread and Communion page 338
*Prayer after Communion, Blessing and Dismissal page 339
Serving today at 8:00
Acolyte: Joe Dorchack Chalice Bearer: Robert Jones

Lector: Barbara Nurse Usher/Greeter: Ed Mampre

Altar Guild: Holly Burt, Patti Ebright
10:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist, Rite II
As worship begins please turn off your cell phone and enjoy the music.
Prelude

LITURGY OF THE WORD
The people stand, if able, to sing the following from The Hymnal 1982

Opening Hymn #362   “Holy, Holy, Holy” Nicea
Opening Acclamation
Presider Blessed be God: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
People
And blessed be God’s kingdom, now and for ever. Amen
Song of Praise Words and Music: Don Sasser




Hymn #246, Lift Every Voice and Sing, used with permission Church Publishing
Presider Christ be with you.

All And also with you

Presider Let us pray.

All Almighty and everlasting God, you have given to us your servants grace, by the confession of a true faith, to acknowledge the glory of the eternal Trinity, and in the power of your divine Majesty to worship the Unity: Keep us steadfast in this faith and worship, and bring us at last to see you in your one and eternal glory, O Father; who with the Son and the Holy Spirit live and reign, one God, for ever and ever. Amen.
Please note that during the summer months

in recognition that sometimes less is more –



St. Christopher’s offers two scripture readings and a psalm.
The first is selected from either the Old or New Testament readings for the day, and the second is always from the Gospel.
First Reading: 2 Corinthians 13:11-13 The People sit.
Finally, brothers and sisters, farewell. Put things in order, listen to my appeal, agree with one another, live in peace; and the God of love and peace will be with you. Greet one another with a holy kiss. All the saints greet you.
The grace of the Lord Jesus Christ, the love of God, and the communion of the Holy Spirit be with all of you.
Reader Hear what the Spirit is saying to the churches.

People Thanks be to God.
All stand, if able, to sing the following, turning to face the Gospel Book:
Sequence: Psalm 8 The following words are set to Hymn #680

(“O God our help in ages past” found in The Hymnal 1982):


O Lord, our Lord, how wondrous great

is thine exalted name!

The glories of thy heav'nly state

let all people proclaim.

When I behold thy works on high,

the moon that rules the night,

and stars that well adorn the sky,

those moving worlds of light;


Lord, what are we, or all our race,

who dwell so far below,

that thou shouldst visit us with grace,

and love our nature so?


That thine eternal Son should bear
to take a mortal form;

made lower than the angels are,

to save a dying worm?
Let him be crowned with majesty,

who bowed his head to death;

and be his honors sounded high,

by all things that have breath.


Jesus, our Lord, how wondrous great

is thine exalted name!

The glories of thy heav'nly state

let the whole earth proclaim

The Gospel Reading: Matthew 28:16-20

Reader The Holy Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ according to Matthew.

People Glory to you, Lord Christ.


The eleven disciples went to Galilee, to the mountain to which Jesus had directed them. When they saw him, they worshiped him; but some doubted. And Jesus came and said to them, "All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything that I have commanded you. And remember, I am with you always, to the end of the age."

Reader The Gospel of the Lord.

People Praise to you, Lord Christ.
Sermon The People sit. The Very Rev. Paris Coffey
Affirmation of Faith from “A New Zealand Prayer Book” of the Anglican

Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia
You, O God, are supreme and holy,

You create our world and give us life.

Your purpose overarches everything we do. 

You have always been with us. You are God.



You, O God, are infinitely generous,

good beyond all measure. 

You came to us before we came to you. 

You have revealed and proved

your love for us in Jesus Christ,

who lived and died and rose again. 

You are with us now. You are God.
You, O God, are Holy Spirit. 

You empower us to be your gospel in the world. 

You reconcile and heal; you overcome death.

You are our God.  We worship you.
Prayers of the People The People’s responses are in bold italics.
Leader

Bound together in Christ in the communion of the Holy Spirit, let us pray with one heart and mind to God our Father.


For peace from on high and for our salvation. Lord, have mercy.
For the peace of the whole world, for the welfare of the holy churches of God, and for the unity of all. Lord, have mercy.
For Katharine our Presiding Bishop, Jeffrey our Bishop, Benito – Bishop of the Diocese of SE Mexico, Joseph – Bishop of the Diocese of Renk, Paris our rector, Richard our organist/choirmaster, Ian and Travis and their discernment teams, our staff, vestry, members, visitors, for this holy gathering and for all those who enter with faith, reverence, and fear of God; Lord, have mercy.
For Barack our President, Patrick our Governor, for the leaders of all nations and for peace in the world; Lord, have mercy.
For the suffering and the oppressed, travelers and prisoners. For all those in need, and for others we now name . . .
You are encouraged to offer aloud your own intercessions.
...for ourselves, our families, our community and those we love; Lord have mercy.
Please notify the church office at stchrisoakpark@sbcglobal.net or 708-386-5613 if your birthday or anniversary is NOT included in weekly blessings so that we can update our files.
For the dying, especially Sandie, and the departed, including Nadine Callum, for our fathers who have died and are deeply missed, and for those we now name . . .
You are encouraged to offer your own prayers.
. . . and for those who mourn; Lord have mercy.
For all the blessings of this life, especially for our fathers; for Colin’s progress (nephew of Chris & Amanda Miller, born prematurely), the recovery of Robert & Heike (Weherli, relatives of Mary Kay Tobin, car accident), the recovery of Tim (Scully, Ed’s son-in-law, surgery); for the birthdays this week of Jeff Cappel (6/19), Kathleen Jurek (6/21), David Krauter (6/22), Connor Sullivan (6/22), the anniversaries this week of John & Sarah Ramsey (6/19), Diane & Matt Johnson (6/23); and for other blessings we now name . . .
You are encouraged to offer aloud your own thanksgivings.
Lifting our voices with the Blessed Virgin Mary and all the saints, let us offer ourselves and one another to the living God through Christ. To you, O Lord, our God.
Leader

Let us confess our sins to God.


Leader and People (kneeling if able)
God of all mercy, / we confess that we have sinned against you, / opposing your will in our lives. / We have denied your goodness in each other, / in ourselves, and in the world you have created. / We repent of the evil that enslaves us, / the evil we have done, / and the evil done on our behalf. / Forgive, restore, and strengthen us / through our Savior Jesus Christ, / that we may abide in your love and serve only your will. Amen.

Presider Almighty God have mercy on you, forgive you all your sins through the grace of Jesus Christ, strengthen you in all goodness, and by the power of the Holy Spirit keep you in eternal life. Amen.
The Peace
Presider The peace of Christ be always with you.

People And also with you.
All greet one another with a sign of Christ’s peace.
Welcome and Announcements Amanda Miller, Vestry Member
All are welcome to share in Communion. If you seek a deeper life with Christ and sharing of that strength and life in the world, we invite you to God’s Table. While Baptism is the ancient rite of inclusion in the Church, we believe God is working in us all to draw us closer in love.
LITURGY OF THE TABLE
All stand, if able, and sing the following hymn, found in The Hymnal 1982, as representatives of the congregation bring forward the gifts.
Offertory Hymn #365 “Come, thou almighty King” Moscow

The loose plate offering every Sunday is designated for outreach. To specify a recipient, please use a pew envelope and mark accordingly.
The Great Thanksgiving Eucharistic Prayer 3

from Enriching Our Worship

Presider      The Lord be with you.
People        And also with you.
Presider    Lift up your hearts.
People        We lift them to the Lord.  

Presider   Let us give thanks to the Lord our God.
People        It is right to give our thanks and praise.

Presider  

All thanks and praise are yours at all times and in all places, our true and loving God; through Jesus Christ, your eternal Word, the Wisdom from on high by whom you created all things. You laid the foundations of the world and enclosed the sea when it burst out from the womb; you brought forth all creatures of the earth and gave breath to human-kind. Wondrous are you, Holy One of Blessing, all you create is a sign of hope for our journey; and so as the morning stars sing your praises we join the heavenly beings and all creation as we sing for joy:


Holy, Holy, Holy “A Mass for Soulful People” Grayson Warren Brown












Glory and honor are yours, Creator of all, your Word has never been silent; you call a people to yourself, as a light to the nations, you delivered them from bondage and led them to a land of promise. Of your grace, you gave Jesus to be human, to share our life, to proclaim the coming of your reign and give himself for us, a fragrant offering. Through Jesus Christ our Redeemer, you have freed us from sin, brought us into your life, reconciled us to you, and restored us to the glory you intend for us.


We thank you that on the night before he died for us Jesus took bread, and when he had given thanks to you, he broke it, gave to his friends and said: “Take, eat, this is my Body, broken for you. Do this for the remembrance of me.”
After supper Jesus took the cup of wine, said the blessing, gave it to his friends and said: “Drink this, all of you: this cup is the New Covenant in my Blood, poured out for you and for all for the forgiveness of sin. Do this for the remembrance of me.”
And so remembering all that was done for us: the cross, the tomb, the resurrection and ascension, longing for Christ’s coming in glory, and presenting to you these gifts your earth has formed and human hands have made, we acclaim you, O Christ:

Presider and People

Dying, you destroyed our death.

Rising, you restored our life.
Christ Jesus, come in glory!
Presider

Send your Holy Spirit upon us and upon these gifts of bread and wine that they may be to us the Body and Blood of your Christ. Grant that we, burning with your Spirit’s power, may be a people of hope, justice, and love. Giver of Life, draw us together in the Body of Christ, and in the fullness of time gather us with all your people into the joy of our true eternal home.

Through Christ and with Christ and in Christ, by the inspiration of your Holy Spirit, we worship you our God and Creator in voices of unending praise.
Presider and People

Blessed are you now and for ever. Amen.
Presider

And now, as our Savior Christ has taught us, we are bold to say,


Lord’s Prayer
Presider and People
Our Father, who art in heaven,

hallowed be thy Name,

thy kingdom come,

thy will be done, on earth as it is in heaven.

Give us this day our daily bread.

And forgive us our trespasses,

as we forgive those who trespass against us.

And lead us not into temptation,

but deliver us from evil.

For thine is the kingdom,

and the power,

and the glory,

for ever and ever. Amen.
Breaking of the Bread
Bread is broken and after a moment of silent prayer the Presider says,
Presider We break this bread to share in the Body of Christ.

People We who are many are one body,

for we all share in the one bread.

Invitation to Communion
Presider The Gifts of God for the People of God.
All are welcome to share in Communion, no matter how young. Those who don’t wish to receive Communion are welcome to come forward to receive a blessing, indicated by crossing your arms across your chest.
Communion Hymns (Each chant is repeated five to six times.) Taizé

Eat This Bread




The Kingdom of God








Bless the Lord




Post-Communion Prayer Said by all, the People standing, if able
God of abundance, / you have fed us / with the bread of life and cup of salvation; / you have united us with Christ and one another; / and you have made us one / with all your people in heaven and on earth. / Now send us forth / in the power of your Spirit / that we may proclaim your redeeming love to the world / and continue for ever / in the risen life of Christ our Savior. Amen.
Blessing

The Wisdom of God

the Love of God

and the Grace of God

strengthen you to be Christ’s hands and heart in this world,

in the name of the Holy Trinity. Amen.


Closing Hymn #368 Regent Square

“Holy Father, great Creator”



(Found in the blue Hymnal 1982)

Dismissal
Presider Go in peace to love and serve the Lord.

Response Thanks be to God.
Postlude
Please stay to enjoy the postlude and then join us in

Ahlborn Parish Hall for refreshments. All are welcome!
Thank you to Daniel & Malia Ropp for providing us with special music today AND for supplying snacks for coffee hour!

Serving Today at 10:00

Verger Mike Ptack

Acolytes Carla Bukalski (AC), CeCe Cancellare (C),

Isabelle Meyer, Sydney Meyer (T)



Chalice Bearers John Hillman, Laura Kliewer

Lector Kathleen Jurek

Intercessor/Lock-up Amanda Miller, Member of the Vestry

Ushers/Greeters Don Bolte, Ani Soto

Altar Guild Holly Burt, Patti Ebright

Coffee Hour Daniel & Malia Ropp
HOSTING COFFEE HOUR is fun, easy, & a great way to

help St. C’s. We have no hosts through the end of summer,

so sign up to serve what’s known as our Church’s 3rd sacrament.


Intercessions Please keep the following in your prayers this week.
For the Church, including Katharine our Presiding Bishop, Jeffrey our bishop, Paris our rector, Richard our organist/choirmaster, Ian and Travis and their discernment teams, our staff, vestry, members, visitors, and all the holy people of God; in our diocesan cycle of prayer: Youth from our Diocese participating in the Episcopal Youth Event in the coming week, Congregations in the Rockford Deanery: United Campus Ministries at Northern Illinois University; Holy Trinity in Belvidere; St. Paul in DeKalb; St. Luke in Dixon; Grace in Freeport; St. Andrew’s-in-the-Fields in Farm Ridge; Companion Dioceses of SE Mexico and Renk: Jesús de Nazaret near Tuxtepec; St. Barnabas in Geiger South;
For the guidance of world leaders, including Barack our president

and Patrick our governor; for those in the armed forces, including Ian, Stefan, Garrett (USMC), Scott, Richard, Aaron (Capt. USA, grandson of Ed Mampre), Charlie (USAF), Andy (USMC), Christian (USA), Caleb (Pfc. ARNG), Bill (Lord, Capt. USA), Sarah (Lord, 1st Lt. USA), Thomas (Gary, USNR), and Patrick (Shea-Simonds, Group Captain British Army serving in Afghanistan, Catherine Cappel’s cousin);


For all the blessings of this life, especially for our fathers; for the improvement of Colin (nephew of Chris & Amanda Miller, born prematurely), the recovery of Robert & Heike (Weherli, relatives of Mary Kay Tobin, car accident), the recovery of Tim (Scully, Ed’s son-in-law); the birthdays this week of Jeff Cappel (6/19), Kathleen Jurek (6/21), David Krauter (6/22), Connor Sullivan (6/22), the anniversaries this week of John & Sarah Ramsey (6/19), Diane & Matt Johnson (6/23); and for other blessings we now name . .

Please notify the church office at stchrisoakpark@sbcglobal.net or 708-386-5613 if your birthday or anniversary is NOT included in weekly blessings so that we can update our files.

For those in need, especially for Nancy (Miller, mother of Chris, suffering heart complications), Kathy Dumalski (Eileen Murphy’s sister, who may need knee replacement surgery on both knees to repair damage from arthritis), Fr. Mike, Mark & Shereen (friends of Peg Woods & Garry Curran), Judy (Shrank, friend of Rachel Bergstrom, breast cancer), Frances, Paul (friends of Mardy Bloch, cancer), Janet (Inlander Cypra, facing cancer surgery), Ken (Murphy, friend of Bolte’s, gravely ill), Joe (Monti, for visual improvement), Mary (Monti, for increased lung capacity), Maureen (Theroux), Elise (Lessing), Colleen (Emanuel), Doreen (Rita Benn’s sister, awaiting kidney transplant), Liz and Kathy (Ed Mampre’s nieces, stage 4 cancer), Bud (stage 4 lung cancer) & Gretchen, Bob (Joe Monti’s cousin), Art (Carnot), Bob (Nied), Barbara, John, Jim, Lucy, Gillian, Chris, Alex, Cheryl, Cindy, Luda, Rachel, Pam, Kim, Kathy, Esme, Jeremy, Jon, Charles, Martha, David, and the Randolphs; for expectant parents, K.G. & Betsy (Bennet), Kevin & Ann (Formanski, son and daughter-in-law of Peg Woods & Garry Curran), Lauren (Walters) and Tim, and for those impacted by war, natural disasters, and others in need we now name . . .

For those seeking work and career discernment, including Katie

(Silverman), Ken (Ptack), Barbra (Luce-Turner), Tiffany (Hanna), John (Hooten), David, Mark, Noel, Michael, Sharon, Rick, Tim, Jeff,

Matt, Jean, Ted, Peter, and Scott; for our diocese during its difficult job of restructuring and especially for the nine members of the office staff who have lost their jobs and are seeking new employment;


For the dying, especially Sandie (Jan Ferguson’s friend), and for the departed, including fathers who have died and are deeply missed; for all who have died in the struggle for freedom and justice, all who have died in natural disasters, and for those who died the past two weeks serving in Iraq & Afghanistan: Spc. Richard C. Emmons III (22), Sgt. Jeffrey C. S. Sherer (29), Cpl. Paul W. Zanowick II (23), Sgt. Christopher R. Bell (21), Sgt. Joshua D. Powell (28), Spc. Devin A. Snyder, (20), Spc. Robert L. Voakes Jr. (21), Chief Warrant Officer Kenneth R. White (35), Chief Warrant Officer Bradley J. Gaudet (31), Sgt. Joseph M. Garrison (27), Cpl. William J. Woitowicz (23), Spc. Emilio J. Campo Jr. (20), Spc. Michael B. Cook Jr. (27), Spc. Christopher B. Fishbeck (24), Spc. Robert P. Hartwick (20), Pfc. Michael C. Olivieri (26) of Chicago; Cpl. Matthew T. Richard (21), Pfc. Matthew J. England (22), Lance Cpl. Nicholas S. O’Brien (21), Capt. Michael W. Newton (30), Lance Cpl. Joshua B. McDaniels (21), Staff Sgt. Nicholas P. Bellard (26), Sgt. Glenn M. Sewell (23), Staff Sgt. Jeremy A. Katzenberger (26), Pfc. Eric D. Soufrine (20); for those murdered in the metropolitan Chicago area in the past two weeks including Jovany Diaz (killed on his 15th birthday), Dwayne Spraggins (37), James Thomas (19), Estavion Green (18), Nicole Robinson (37), Dennis Praten, Earl Smith (24), Torrence Wright (20), Jovan Richardson (23), Jonathon Banks (19), Aaron Brown (26), Daryl Davis (27), Dante Smallwood (18), Rondell Moore (23), Hakeem Graham (20), Harry Hardy (48), Steven Cole (69), Kristine Gilford (35), Henryka (67) and Cezar Waskowski (73), Tristen Reese (25), Lemont Gogins (19), Javaris Walker (30), Lionel Rattler (35), Henry Tellis (45), Jeanette Brown (41), John (83) and Audrey (81) Feldkamp, William Clifford (63), Victor Ramirez (29), and for the ongoing work and funding of *Ceasefire – dedicated to reducing violence; for all who’ve died in places of war, and violence throughout the world, and others we now name . . .

*To contribute to CeaseFire, see the outreach table in the Parish Hall.

Please remember whose name you have added to the church’s prayer list, and let the office us know as soon as possible when there is any change in their status. You may contact the church at 708-386-5613 or at stchrisoakpark@sbcglobval.net. Many thanks! The Office Staff



TODAY’S ACTIVITIES
Looking for your place? Here’s what’s going on today & where: ML=Main Level; LL=Lower Level; CnC= Confirm not Conform class
When What _________ Where___

8:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist, Rite I Church, ML

9:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist, Rite III: Wiggle Worship Church, ML

10:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist, Rite II Church, ML


Also at 10 a.m. : Nursery (infant to age 2) in

Room 2, LL and Kids’ Summer Workshop (age 3

and up) in Room 4, LL. Spark Workshop Leader Chris

Nied is leading Sunday Summer Workshops for ages 3

to 9. Children age 10 and up are invited to assist Mr.

Chris with younger children or attend church with their families.



Refreshments following each service in Ahlborn Parish Hall.
Please pick up your shopping card orders today and place your NEXT order by July 10th for pick up on Sunday, July 17th. There’s still time to use them for summer travel: hotels, food, airlines, and summer clothes!

PLEASE SIGN UP TODAY FOR OUR ANNUAL PARISH PICNIC – immediately following the 10:00 a.m. JAZZ MASS NEXT SUNDAY. let us know that you are coming, how many in your family will attend, and what you will bring. We’ll supply the meat and drinks . . . and there will be a bouncy tent for kids . . . so bring a side dish or dessert to share!
THIS WEEK & NEXT SUNDAY
Locations: ML=Main Level; LL=Lower Level; UP=Upper Level
When What _______Where__________
Monday, June 20
6:00 p.m. – 7:00 a.m. PADS Transitional Housing Parish Hall
Tuesday, June 21
6:00 p.m. – 7:00 a.m. PADS Transitional Housing Parish Hall

7:00 p.m. Alanon Meeting Room 1, LL
Wednesday, June 22
6:00 p.m. – 7:00 a.m. PADS Transitional Housing Parish Hall

Thursday, June 23
6:00 p.m. – 7:00 a.m. PADS Transitional Housing Parish Hall

7:00 p.m. Alanon Meeting Room 1, LL

7:30 p.m. Bible Encounter Warrior Room, LL
Friday, June 24
6:00 p.m. – 7:00 a.m. PADS Transitional Housing Parish Hall
Saturday, June 25
9:30 a.m. Women at the Well Lisa Allen’s home

Wendy Norris, facilitator 515 River Oaks Dr, River Forest



6:00 p.m. – 7:00 a.m. PADS Transitional Housing Parish Hall

Sunday, June 26

8:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist I Church, ML

9:00 a.m. Wiggle Worship Communion Church, ML

10:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist II Church, ML

4:30 p.m. AA Meeting Ahlborn Hall, ML

6:00 p.m. – 7:00 a.m. PADS Transitional Housing Parish Hall




St. C’s Annual JAZZ MASS will be held in the church nave on Sunday, June 26th at 10:00 a.m. Devin Kliewer-Foster and his jazz quartet will play for this event.




And on the same day - OUR ANNUAL PARISH PICNIC – immediately following the 10:00 a.m. service. Mark your calendars now!

And please sign up to let us know you are coming, how many in your family will attend and what you will bring.






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