Parish Community Life

Parish Community Life

Oct 21, 2018

SPO Egg Money Collection

Every month we ask our members to support our commitment to SPO (Shippensburg Produce Outreach), our local food panty, with a donation of $75.00 per month or a total of $900 per year. This month allows our community to provide fresh eggs to our clients. This is an important reach out into our community that we have been participating in for many years. We are grateful to be a part of making it better for the people who are our…
Oct 22, 2018

Quilting Ministry

Each week people gather to create a quilt which is raffled off at the end of the year to raise money for the residents of The Episcopal Home. The members of this ministry also make other creative projects they sell at their annual Pumpkin Patch. No quilting experience needed, just an enjoyment of the company of others!
Nov 4, 2018

All Saints’ Day

Join us for this festive day, complete with glorious music, incense (at the 10 a.m. service) and our rededication to our baptismal vows!
Nov 5, 2018

Community Meal

Twice each month, on the first and second Mondays of the month, we open our doors and share a meal with our neighbors and friends who come to us hungry for a good home-cooked meal and our friendship. Typically we serve 55-70 guests a full and well-balanced meal. This is part of our community’s care for those in need of physical food as well as the spiritual food of friendship. It is an amazing opportunity to extend the grace offered…
Nov 11, 2018

Holy Eucharist honoring Veterans

During our Holy Eucharist Services, at 8 and 10 a.m., we will honor our veterans who have served our country with faithfulness and courage. Mr. Milan Shepherd will be our speaker and will offer an inspirational homily on his understanding of the spiritual life and work of being an ordinary person asked to do extraordinary things in life and in military service. We invite you all to join us.
Nov 12, 2018

Community Meal

Each month we are so blessed to offer a good home-cooked meal to our friends and neighbors who come to us as part of the ecumenical Community Meal Program and who come to be fed in many ways. We offer them food as well as companionship, a safe place to relax and enjoy the company of others, our prayerful conversations with them, and most of all our friendship. And of course, as with so much else we do when we…