Monthly Archives: October 2015

A Christian Response to Gun Violence: a course from ChurchNext

From ChurchNext: “Every 7-8 years, one million Americans are killed or injured by firearms in a country that has nearly more guns than people. There have been 14 mass shootings during the Obama presidency alone and while 90% of Americans are … Continue reading

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September Vestry Meeting Notes

Monthly Meeting of the Vestry St. Michael’s Episcopal Church, Upper Classroom September 15, 2015 Attendees:  Mother Leslie, Dwight Denson, Cathey Dugan, Karen Ruff, Dan Botticello, Sandra Phaup, Molly French, Tom Sheldon, and Tad McCall; Absent:  Alice Thomas Actions Taken 1.     Vestry … Continue reading

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One is a Whole Number

What does it mean to be single in a society that tells us we are incomplete until we meet “the one”? Come spend the day with fellow single adult Christians of all ages and types–always single,  divorced, separated, widowed–to discuss this … Continue reading

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Mission and Outreach News

Helping Refugees Through Mission And Outreach Donations In October, St. Michael’s is directing its yellow outreach envelope donations to groups aiding refugees from the current Syrian crisis, both in Syria itself and in other countries. We are directing our donations … Continue reading

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