Monthly Archive: April 2015

Earthquake in Nepal

A 7.8-magnitude earthquake struck Nepal on the morning of April 25, causing severe damage and loss of life across the small nation. Episcopal Relief & Development will help meet urgent needs such as food, clean...

A Mexican Fiesta!

Think tacos, enchiladas, tostadas, guacamole! The next Global Cuisine Potluck, on Saturday, May 9, will provide a feast of Mexican food. Don’t look for recipes on the Time and Talent Table this time. They...

News from our Snowbirds

Muriel Nelson writes: “We should be there about May 20ish. Life at St Margarets sounds exciting. Looking forward to getting involved…Best regards…the Nelsons. Priscilla Tate: “See you soon!” Jillian Liversidge: “We are in sunny Florida...

The Episcopal Asset Map

New! The Episcopal Asset Map: A great tool for the church The newly launched Episcopal Asset Map is meant to connect people across The Episcopal Church and our partners to promote the sharing of ideas and information about...

Our new window!

Joe Barberio, artist,  and his helper, Bill Armstrong, installed the beautiful stained glass window commissioned by Barbara Randlett in memory of her husband, Yeaton.

Vestry Highlights from April 14, 2015 meeting

Treasurer, Doug Mayer, provided recommendations from the Finance Committee regarding disposition of Braueninger and Whidden bequests. Received update from Judith and Mary regarding Discernment Committee progress. They are expecting to be able to announce...

MORE (Mission OutReach and Engagement) meeting

MORE (formerly “Outreach”) Committee Meeting, Monday April 27, 2015: We will be discussing current and proposed projects for outreach in Waldo County, in Maine, and beyond. Light refreshments will be available at 5:15 for...