Growing in God's Love as an Open, Caring Community

January 2018

Whose Pew Is It? by Michael Gleason

When St. Patrick’s became a church, it moved from location to location until it settled permanently at its current location, 21 Holyoke Street, Brewer, Maine. St. Patrick’s member Michael Gleason shares a bit of history: StPatsPews171121    

Music Through the Year

Music is Lively and A Creative Part of St. Patrick’s

Latest Gallery..view here Music is important to the St. Patrick’s congregation. There is a constant effort to ensure that the congregation is comfortable with the variety of styles always remaining aware of the importance of the message brought forth in our worship through music. We continued to use hymns selected from The Hymnal 1982, My…

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Living Local: Joining God-Dwelling in the Word, Listening, Observing & Listening

St. Patrick’s Parish over the past 19 months has gone through the invitation process to becoming fully active within the Living Local: Joining God process in the Diocese of Maine. Living Local: Joining God was presented to the 13 participating parishes as a process with several interlocking phases: Dwelling in the Word, Listening to Our…

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Faith Linking in Action-A Year in Review 2017

St. Patrick’s was a part of creating this inter-faith group in 2012. We have helped develop and establish a group of concerned faith and community organizations into action teams to work with our neighbors to live out our missions of finding dignity, justice, and love. Through its work on public transportation, child care concerns, job…

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Artful Spirit Connection Celebrates a Creative Year

The spirit of creativity is upon us as a congregation. The creative spirit has moved swiftly, eagerly, and mysteriously. 2017 marks the second year of Artful Spirit Connection and an eventful one at that. Creativity continues to be bountiful and express itself in unique ways. Artful Spirit group includes Priest-in-Charge Rick Cross, Deacon Peggy Day,…

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Outreach: 2017 was Productive and Active Year

St. Patrick’s Outreach Committee works to meet the needs of those in our local community as well as those needs within our own Parish family. Outreach is an extremely active and busy committee! Here is a list of some of what we’ve been up to!  The committee meets on the third Sunday of every month…

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Deacon’s Report by Rev. Peggy Day, Deacon

This past year has been another busy year for me.  I continue to serve on the Clergy Day Committee, which is responsible for developing continuing education opportunities for the clergy in the Diocese.  It has been redesigned, so we do more of our work via e-mail or conference calls.  We serve as an advisory group…

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Crosswords with Rev. Myrick Cross-January 2018

W C r o s s        R        D        S   2 0 1 7 A couple of weeks ago I was discussing my new two-year Letter of Agreement with the Vestry and realized that I had completed three years of ministry here at St. Pat’s. How time flies when you’re having fun!…

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Announcements 1-28-2018

Thank you to all who contributed set up, clean up and food for today’s Annual meeting and luncheon. A special thanks to Rita Poirier for creating the annual report.  A big job and well done. StPats Annual Report 2017 Whose Pew Is It? Story of the Pews of St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church by Michael Gleason. Read…

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