Christ Episcopal Church and San Marcos
Tarrytown, NY

This Week's Schedule and Upcoming Events
For week ending Sunday, 22 May 2022
Sixth Sunday of Easter

Sanctuary Services are continuing.
Masks optional. Full Communion available - Common Cup only.
All services will continue to be carried on Zoom and Facebook live.

This Week's Activities

Monday-Friday
9:00 am
Morning Prayers. (On zoom)
Monday
9:30 pm
Mondays with Richard Rohr
led by Suzan Ryan on Zoom
Tuesday
9:00 pm
Compline, (On zoom)
Wednesday
7:00 pm
Steel Passion Rehearsal in Ackerman
7:15 pm
Choir Rehearsal. in St. Mark's Chapel
Led by Wil Dannenberg.
7:30 pm
Oficio de Completas. (en el Zoom y Facebook en vivo)
Thursday
8:30-10:30 am
AND 6:00-7:00
Food Pantry.  
2:00 pm
Knitting & Making on Zoom.
Sunday
10:00 am
Service of Holy Eucharist
in the Church and on FaceBook Live and Zoom
11:00-ish
Book Club Discussion, Live in Ackerman or Library AND Usual zoom.
The Dream of God by Verna Dozier
She writes, "The important question to ask is not, 'What do you believe?' but 'What difference does it make that you believe.' Does the world come nearer to the dream of God because of what you believe?"
Join us if you dare. Hard hats strongly recommended.
12:30 pm
La Santa Misa en el santuario y en el Zoom y Facebook en vivo

Christ Church zoom and Facebook Live Info.

All services and events above can be accessed on zoom here: zoom
Or use our ID# 914 631 2074 and password is 319238

Or can be watched on our facebook page. (Facebook link is Here)


Upcoming

Sun.
May 22

11:00-ish
Book Club Discussion, Live in Ackerman or Library AND Usual zoom.
The Dream of God by Verna Dozier

She writes, "The important question to ask is not, 'What do you believe?' but 'What difference does it make that you believe.' Does the world come nearer to the dream of God because of what you believe?"

Through adept storytelling and study, Dozier reawakens our sense of calling and our desire for truth.

"The role of the church, I think, is to be the people who work with God to bring that dream about," Dozier said. "I think the people of God is the church. That can be very hard for the institution to comprehend. When the institution gets to be more important than the idea it embodies, then things have gone wrong and it loses something.

The lay person’s primary function is out there in the world. There is a problem when the church becomes the primary focus of their lives.

Join us if you dare. Hard hats strongly recommended.