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Sermon-Last Sunday After Epiphany by The Rev. Peggy Day

                                   Morning Prayer-Luke 9:18-27 This passage from Luke, follows the feeding of the five thousand.  Jesus, once again, was engaged in prayer alone, something he frequently did when facing a difficult decision, event, or interaction with others. His disciples were gathered with him.  He turned from praying to ask a question, “Who do people say…

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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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Vestry Meets Thursday, September 21 at 6 pm

We will have a lot on the agenda at our September 21, 2017 meeting. We will meet at 6 pm. We will have a presentation from the Living Local Guiding team,  future of Sunday School. Please contact the Rev. Rick if you cannot attend.   Here is a note from the Living Local Guiding Team:…

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Living Local Guiding Team and Vestry Hosted a lovely Lunch after Church on Sunday, September 17

Thanks for a wonderful Harvest lunch. The Harvest lunch was hosted on Sunday, September 17 at St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church by our Living Local Guiding team: Pat Blethen, Maryann Perry, Peg Olson, Jane Harburger, and their team coach-Tom. The lunch was prepared by the vestry members. Special thanks to our Junior Warden Pete Perry. The…

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Food and Medicine Kicks Off the New Social Change Leadership Program—Apply Now

News from Food and Medicine One of Food and Medicine’s most important asset as a grassroots organization is people like you–people willing to take action for the change we want to see. That’s why we’re planning a social change leadership training program.  Do you want to get more active in working for a more just…

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Cross Words – Summer 2017

      W C R O SS       R       D       S u m m e r  2 0 1 7 Recently I attended the Nevola Symposium at Colby College in Waterville. It is an annual event sponsored by the Thomas Nevola, MD Memorial Fund, Maine-Dartmouth Family Practice Residency and Maine General Medical Center. Nevola,…

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Peggy’s Ponderings-Summer 2017

Creativity as a Spiritual Practice When I was a child, I was very envious of anyone who could draw, who could create a picture of a dog, a cat, or a scene from nature, like an ocean scene.  I wanted to be able to do that.  I thought that that was what was meant by…

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Peggy’s Pondering March 2016

A lot has been going on in our Outreach Committee meetings. They have been changed to the third Sunday of every month so that, hopefully, more parishioners can attend. Please see the minutes of the Outreach Committee and consider joining us. The Monday night knitting /sewing group finally has a name: The Creative Craft and…

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Peggy’s Pondering February 2016

Do you wish you could be in the company of others who knit or sew? Have you always wanted to learn a craft? Do you have a craft that you would like to share with others? Why not join a small group from the neighborhood who meet every Monday evening from 6:00PM-8:00PM to enjoy one…

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