October 20 - October 27
BAZAAR WITH SILENT AUCTION
a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Vendors, Cracker Barrel Rocking Chair Raffle, Food, and
the Bidding Fun of the Silent Auction! Come for lunch: Chili
Dogs, Chicken Salad Sandwiches, Chicken Soup, or just plain Chili.
Baked Goods to buy and bring home to enjoy!
the Silent Auction items:
for The Colonial Players, Inc.
Brunch tickets for Buddy's Crabs & Ribs
for Dinner and Show at Toby's
gift certificate to be used at Maryland Hall for Creative
gift certificate to Hella's Greek Restaurant
for two ($75.) at Carroll's Creek Cafe
to Roundtop Mountain Resort
and much more...
games for kids! A safe way to celebrate!
FOR THE FAITHFUL DEPARTED
to remember our loved ones at a candlelight service. If
you would like to have your loved one's name added to the necrology,
click here for more information.
Dinner with all the trimmings; eat in or take out.
$15. Youth 5-12: $6. Under 5: free
Sale table will be available as well)
beautiful music will be performed by a chamber orchestra, vocal
soloists, and the audience as the chorus. Whether you wish
to sing or just come and listen, you will enjoy being a part this
this seasonal tradition.
spirit of giving, a free-will offering will be collected to benefit
the Crofton Christian Caring Council ( an organization providing
area residents with help.)
AND HEALING IN THE EVENING
Hailey will celebrate a weekday evening Holy Eucharist with Healing
Service on the first Wednesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. beginning
on October 2.
MUSICAL PROGRAM YEAR
Choir meets on Wednesdays at 7:00 p.m. with our
new music director, Michael Carver. Come join in to make
a joyful noise!!! Altos and tenors are especially needed!
If you cannot commit to joining the choir, please feel free to
speak with Michael about how you can support our Music Program.
Click here for more info...
ADULT BIBLE STUDY
Victor offers a Reintroduction to the Gospel of St. Luke, after
the 10:00 a.m. service on the following dates: October
6 & 27, November 10 & 17.
BIBLE STUDY AND FELLOWSHIP
daytime Bible Study meets at 12:30 p.m. in the Parish Hall on
the second and fourth Mondays of each month through April.
The curriculum used is the "Life Guide Study Program,"
which not only looks at Scripture, but compares life styles, customs,
and faith practices of he ancient civilizations with those of
the modern world. If you wish to join the group, speak with
Joan Trisko or Jean Cox or leave your name with the church secretary
and someone will contact you with information.
SERVICE PROJECT (ASP)
successful work week is completed. Participants look forward
to planning for ASP 2020! The first planning meeting will
take place on Sunday, October 13 at 11:15 a.m.
For pictures of their work week, refer to our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/StStephensMD.
more about the whole program, check out the ASP website which
CARE OF THE LITTLEST ONES
is available for infants and toddlers at the 10:00 a.m. Sunday
Service only. It is located in the church undercroft (Turn
right at the bottom of the stairs).
year for Church School classes runs from September to the first
Sunday of June, for students from Pre-K through High School.
Classes begin at 10:00 a.m. Although September 15 was the start
date for Church School, students may be enrolled at any time.
Please download a Parent -Teacher Handbook for more information
and a calendar of events for the year.
STEPHEN'S FACEBOOK PAGE
Stephen's now has a Facebook page!
you to follow us on Facebook to see upcoming events and pictures,
as well as to connect to fellow parishioners. We are looking
for pictures from past events to add to the page. Email
to the church office at: firstname.lastname@example.org with any pictures
or special requests for posts.
this link to view the Facebook page:
is home for the Crofton Nursery School (for pre-schoolers).
information, please visit their website: www.CroftonNurserySchool.com
are interested in receiving any of the sacraments including Baptism,
Confirmation, or Marriage, please refer to our page on sacraments
on this web site. It will give an idea of what they mean
to us and also will explain our policies in offering the sacraments.
care is of utmost importance in the life of a church community.
Please do not hesitate to call the church office if
you know of a parishioner who is ill, shut-in, or has been hospitalized.
Office phone: 410-721-2881.
are an adult and wish to be confirmed or be received into the
Episcopal Church, please call the church office.
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