Monthly Archives: June 2014

Finding (W)holiness: A Pilgrimage to Iona

You can’t see Ireland from the isle of Iona, which is located off of the west coast of Scotland. For this reason, Iona became the center of prayer and evangelism for Scotland and beyond. That may seem like a strange … Continue reading

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Vestry Meeting Minutes, May 20, 2014

Attendees: Mother Leslie, Molly French, Janet Hansen, Greg Hume, Tad McCall, Karen Ruff, Mick Sutter, Alice Thomas Absent: Dan Botticello, Laura West Mother Leslie opened the meeting with the “Moving Forward in Faith” prayer at 7:35 p.m. Actions Taken: Vestry approved the … Continue reading

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Calling all graduates!

In July, we’d like to feature students who graduated this year (from high school, college or graduate school). If that applies to you or someone in your family, please contact The Guardian staff and we’ll let you know the information to provide.

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Calling All Knitters & Crocheters

We have depleted our supply of prayer shawls and are in need of more. They can be just about any color that would be pleasing to men or women. General size is about 30 x 45/50 inches. Any pattern or … Continue reading

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Update on VBS

Please note new information for “supplies/decorations” needs. Decorating party after church on Sun. Jul. 6. Helpers — Volunteers are needed during the week of VBS to help in a variety of capacities. Any amount of time is appreciated. Cooks — We need volunteers … Continue reading

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Ember Days

As we enter the week after Pentecost, seminarians are feverishly writing Ember Day letters to their bishops. Ember Days are times set aside by the church to pray for those preparing for ordained ministers of the church. Those in formation … Continue reading

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