Christ Episcopal Church
This Week's Schedule and Upcoming Events
The office will be closed Closed for President’s Day
Note Office Hours this week will be 9:30am-12noon.
9:00-9:30 am Morning Prayer, in the library
2:00 pm - Prayer Service at Tarry Hall.
1:30 pm - Prayer Service at Kendal-on-Hudson.
7:00 pm - Vestry Mtg, Parish Hall
7:00 pm - Steel Passion rehearsal, parish hall.
7:30-9:00 pm - REPAIR, , chapel
Presentation on the role of African-Americans in the Episcopal Church in the 19th century. The program is free. All are welcome. If you are able, please bring snack to share.
We will look at the journey of historic St. Philip’s Church in Harlem as an example of the struggle to integrate the Church. St. Philip’s parishioners fought slavery and engaged in a struggle for admission into the Episcopal Diocesan Convention in the mid-1800s. The congregation is now in a landmarked 1911 church designed by the first African-American registered architect in New York City. The group will also talk about two Episcopal churches in Ossining, St. Paul’s on the Hill and Trinity, and the fascinating, complex way that the backdrop of divisions in the 18th-century Episcopal Church around a number of issues, especially race, may have affected their relationship in the period after the Civil War. Many of our regular attendees at REPAIR are members of these churches.
7:15 pm Choir rehearsal, Undercroft..
4:00-6:00 pm - Clothing Closet, Folding.
7:00 pm - Grupo de Oracion y La Santa Misa, NO hay reunión esta noche
Last Sunday after Epiphany
8:00 am - Holy Eucharist
10:00 am - Holy Eucharist
You are always welcome to keep your children with you; a play area with toys is available in the side chapel.
Nursery care is available in the undercroft for ages 1-1st grade.
Godly Play available for children entering 2nd-5th grade, undercroft.
Youth Christian Formation (6-8th grades), participating in the service this week.
12:30 pm - La Santa Misa
2:00 pm - Abbott House youth ministry
4:00 pm - Parish Talent Show.
Any questions? - contact Lynn Vigliano or Mary Millan.
6:00-7:30pm - Pancake Supper
With burning of Palm Branches and our last ‘Alleluias’ until Easter. The ash from the palm branches is what we use on Ash Wednesday to mark the sign of the cross.
6:00-8:00 am - Ashes To Go, Tarrytown Train Station
9:00 am Holy Eucharist and Imposition of Ashes
7:30 pm Holy Eucharist and Imposition of Ashes
Lenten Soup Suppers
Two books to prepare for the Lenten Series:
God be in my head, The Sarum Prayer by Ken Wilson
Barking at the Choir, The Power of Radical Kinship by Gregory Boyle
Another book I will be reading is How to be an antiracist by IbramX. Kendi
Confirmation, Reception, Reaffirmation Preparation Classes, (during Coffee Hour) There will be 5 Sessions.
If you are interested in participating, or would like more information- please contact the Rev. Susan Copley firstname.lastname@example.org before Feb 29th. Teens and adults Confirmation will be at St. John the Divine Cathedral on Saturday May 30th.
|Altar Flowers for Sunday Mornings||
An Altar Flower Book is in the narthex for Sunday flowers “In Memory Of” or “In Thanksgiving For”. If you would like to remember someone or in gratitude for someone choose a date and fill out the form. Your flower donation will be on the Altar on that date.
Altar Flower donations are $40, which may be placed in the offering plate or in the parish office. Please write check to Christ Church (notation Memorial Flowers) Any questions may be directed to Lita Porter, Altar Guild Chair.
Requests for inclusion in the public prayers can be made to the Rev. Susan Copley at email@example.com or call 631-2074. The prayers will be included in next Sunday's service, remembered at daily Morning Prayer, and forwarded to the members of the prayer chain.
Prayer requests that are for the prayer chain only should be sent to Cindy Pfeffer.