Friday
Aug152014

Women's Bible Study Fellowship

Lisa Hicks, wife of Bishop David Hicks, will be our guest speaker for our first gathering this Fall, on September 13th. 

She will be speaking to us about St. Paul's letter to Titus.  Lisa has felt the Lord's leading in this study and would like to share her insights with us.  I think it will be very interesting and timely for us as well.  

A luncheon will be provided following Lisa's presentation.

RSVP by September 7th to Ginny Leonetti (ginnyleonetti@gmail.com or at 717-721-5657).  

Monday
Aug112014

All Parish Workday - Saturday August 16th

 

Monday
Aug042014

The Feast of the Transfiguration - August 6th at 6 pm

All are invited to join us as we celebrate Christ's glorious Transfiguration, on August 6th at 6 pm.
Dinner at the Rectory will follow.  RSVP to Sara Patterson if you plan to attend dinner (smpatterson828@gmail.com).

 

Friday
May302014

Church Picnic - June 15

Thursday
May082014

Choral Evensong - June 8 at 5:30 pm

This Spring youth choristers from St. Timothy’s School (Dallas, Tx) and St. Andrew’s Academy (Lake Almanor, Ca) will be touring the east coast, exploring many of the historical sites of the founding of our country. 

The combined choir will sing Evensong at St. Mark’s Reformed Episcopal Church (Jenkintown, Pa) at 5:30 pm on Sunday, June 8th

The St. Timothy’s School Choir is under the direction of choirmaster Andrew Dittman. The St. Andrew’s Academy Choir is under the direction of choirmaster Father Brian Foos.  Both choirs and their associated schools are ministries of Reformed Episcopal parishes, The Chapel of the Cross (Dallas) and St. Andrews Church (Lake Almanor, Ca), respectively.   

The St. Timothy’s Choir, though only 4 years old, has mastered a challenging repertoire, especially impressive for a newer school.  The St. Andrew’s Choir has been singing for 15 years and has performed in Italy, Southern California, England, the South East of America, and Victoria, B.C.

Both choirs exhibit strong treble voices that lend themselves to choral pieces with descants and strong upper lines. 

The canticle settings they have chosen for Evensong were written by Christopher Hoyt, and exhibit lovely, soaring melody lines.  Mr. Hoyt is a talented organist and composer at the Pro-Cathedral of The Holy Communion in Dallas, Texas.  They will also be singing a contemporary setting of the preces and suffrages.  The anthem is yet to be determined.