Hi all – We hope life is getting back to normal after the recent storms and resulting power outages. Please remember you can always reach out to Fr. Hal if you are in need.
Tonight – Deepening our Relationship with God in Lent
Please join us for our lovely Evening Prayer service at 6:30 pm. Deacon Norm Fulton will offer the reflection, and the service lasts about 30 minutes. After the service, we will share a simple supper and some wonderful fellowship time. All are welcome!
Here’s the lineup for this Sunday, March 18:
8:00 am Rite 1 Said Eucharist
9:00 am Lenten Book Study – Eucharist chapter (Guild Room)
9:45 am Sunday School – creating baskets for 15 children from PNWWRC
10:00 am Rite 2 Said Eucharist with hymns
11:30 am Memorial Garden Committee Meeting (Guild Room)
5:00 pm Stations of the Cross
The Easter Bunny needs your help to fill our 1,500 eggs for our Eggstravaganza on Easter Sunday!
Please drop off stuffable candy to the bin in the office. We will be stuffing the eggs next Sunday, 3/25 after the 10:00 am service. Thank you!
Our 2018 Movie Premier is coming up on April 7!
Our First Fund Raising event of the year will be the newly released movie, Sherlock Gnomes. It features the voices of Emily Blunt, Johnny Depp, Maggie Smith, James McAvoy and more. It is one of our best family events of the year. Ticket prices are 1 ticket $20.00 2 – $35.00 and 4 – $65. Additional tickets are $15.00 apiece. Each youth will receive a gift bag valued at approximately $8.00. You may order tickets by email by sending your order to RSVP@goodshepherdny.org. On the subject line please write “Movie Tickets”. You can either send a check to the church, pay at the ticket table after the 10am Mass or pay on the day of the movie. If you can’t attend, please consider buying tickets and contributing them to our movie scholarship fund.
Lenten Outreach Opportunities
CCNW Food Support – CCNW is running low on canned and dried beans, so we will focus our giving on BEANS for the rest of March.
CCNW – Bring your quarters to church throughout Lent as we pitch in to help our community partner, the Community Center of Northern Westchester, with their fundraising campaign, “Mile of Quarters.”
Disaster Relief – We will be supporting Puerto Rico with donations to Episcopal Relief & Development for the remainder of Lent. Envelopes are available in the pews.