Our active Spring 2018 continues with invitations to the Mother’s Day Mother’s Home Dinner and the Annual Ladies Tea, as well as an appreciative report with lots of pictures on the annual Flea Market. There is an artistic remembrance by Carol Estornell of beloved parishioner Joanne Folin, and Thomas expands on his call to the congregation to enter a period of discernment.
A particularly rich issue of The Comforter calls for volunteers for the annual Flea Market. Among the other events reported re the Pancake Breakfast, the Easter Egg Hunt, and the final steps of the steeple restoration. A moving reminiscence is offered by Barbara Irving on the rescue of a Liberian family. Finally, a formal call to a deep parish-wide discernment by the Priest in Charge.
Read about how Holy Comforter’s Coffee Hour also feeds others, and how Barbara Irving, one of our own, led the Diocesan Refugee Ministry in times past. Also, you’re invited to our upcoming Pancake Breakfast. Our Priest in Charge attempts to explain what people mean when they refer to the “missional church.”