Thank you so much to everyone who came to the AED training on Sunday. It is exciting to know so many people are now trained at our church. A special thank you again to Carol Allen and Linda Bordwell (and all who donated to the cost) for helping to bring this life saving device to Resurrection!!
With so many new faces at our church, it is easy for people to miss out on important information or events taking place. And we wouldn’t want that to happen.
If you joined our church after 2014, if you address, email or phone number has changed, or if you simply feel like events are taking place that you aren’t aware of, it is probably time for you to contact the office and update your information.
Take comfort in knowing you information is not sold to outside sources, it is not stored online, and your information will not be published in our directory without your permission.
To update your information or simply make sure everything is up to date, please contact the office via… Continue reading
This Christmas the church has been gifted by an anonymous donor who has agreed to fund the project of making our church internet accessible. Many, many thanks generous donor! This should, among other things, make our facility more capable of serving other groups and functions during the week.
Have you ever wanted to try Yoga? Or wanted to start taking classes again? On Thursday, November 19th Lynn Weedmark will continue her YogAlign class at the Episcopal Church of the Resurrection. This class will take place every Thursday from 5:30-6:30pm and best of all it is FREE. All fitness levels and ages are welcome!
As you may recall, in 2014 the Episcopal Church of the Resurrection was honored at the Diocesan Convention with receiving the John Shepherd Award. Our Garden Master, Tim Lape was assigned the task of deciding how that grant would be used. Tim and his crew of hard working gardeners decided to use some of the grant to lay water pipes to all the trees in the orchard, run additional water lines in the trenches alongside the driving path, and to spray our apples trees to prevent codling moths. Tim says the grant money which remains has been set aside to build handicap accessible boxes next season.
Recently you may have seen on our Facebook page, information about a website called iGive.com. If you aren’t familiar with iGive.com, here’s some information about how it benefits Resurrection.
Established in 1997, iGive.com is the first online shopping mall where a portion of each purchase is donated to your favorite cause. iGive was created for the one purpose, to turn everday online shopping into donations for a worthy cause, at no extra cost to the shoppers or the cause they support. In the past 18 years iGive has grown to 350,000+ members supporting 50,000+ causes and raised almost $8Million!
In short, look at iGive.com as a store rebate program. After you sign up as a member of iGive.com (completely free), you can select… Continue reading
Congratulations and welcome to our newest Vestry members…
Martha Sherwin – Senior Warden Roger Barenz – Jr Warden Scott Oakshott – Education Chuck Schmitz – Finance Beverley Franklin – Community Life Pat Munts – Worship
In an effort to be more efficient, the Altar Guild will start arranging the flower bouquets behind the altar. Sign-ups for altar flowers will still be handled by Carmen Jackson, while a crew of eight women have volunteered to obtain the flowers and create the arrangements. The estimated costs of these arrangements will be about forty dollars for two arrangements or twenty dollars for one arrangement. In addition, you can sign up to have altar candles burning in memory of a loved one, a birthday, or an anniversary, at ten dollars.
We will not have flowers on the altar during Advent, as only greens will be used as part of the “greening of the church”. Poinsettias will, of course, be used for Christmas. Candles… Continue reading