Cana Hartman, Kelly Tompkins, and Kristin Sausville are planning “Are you smarter than a Sunday school student?” Join us for pizza, ice cream, and a chance to see what you remember from Sunday school alongside Father Howie. Adults can play, and kids can join our classroom panel to assist the adults with what they may have forgotten. This is open to the public so all are welcome and we hope to see a lot of you there!
This event takes place on Saturday, May 11, 2019 at 6:30 p.m. in the Great Hall at St. Thomas’s Parish. Please RSVP to Kristin Sausville at email@example.com.
Sue Houghton is going to do some spring cleaning at the St. Thomas’s cemetery on Delaware Avenue tomorrow (Thursday, April 11, 2019) morning from 9:30 – 11:30 a.m. If you are available and want to help out, bring some gardening tools and meet Sue there. She expects there are weeds to pull and bushes to trim.
Student clients of Blue Hen Bounty food pantry have asked for more mac & cheese and canned chicken. Please consider including some in your next grocery trip.
Donations should be placed in the plastic bin in the Great Hall. Thanks for your support.
There will be no flowers on the altar between March 10 and April 21 as it will be Lent. However, there are still plenty of opportunities to donate altar flowers available after Easter. Please refer to the listing on the left side Great Hall Door in the Narthex for available dates. Also, there will be an opportunity to donate flowers for Easter Sunday. Flowers may be donated to remember a loved one, or celebrate an occasion or person in your life. Flower Donation forms are available at the bottom of the sign-up sheet in the Narthex. Easter Memorial forms will be available in the bulletins during Lent.
Do you yearn for the still, quiet voice of God? Do you want to explore how to open to the divine indwelling? Centering Prayer is a method designed to facilitate the development of contemplative Prayer by preparing our body, mind, and spirit to receive this gift. The Centering Prayer Introductory Program provides a basic definition of contemplative prayer in comparison to other kinds of prayer and expresses the intention of Contemplative Outreach to retrieve reclaim and re-appropriate the contemplative dimension of the gospel and share the gift of Centering Prayer with people of all faiths.
The Centering Prayer Workshop will be held on Saturday, April 27, 2019, from 9:00 to 12:30 p.m. Please arrive 15 minutes early. Location: St. Thomas’s Episcopal Church, 276 S. College Ave, Newark, DE 19711. To register, contact Kate Burchess at firstname.lastname@example.org or 443-406-7072. Please leave message with name and phone number. Suggested Offering is $20.
Come out and join in with your friends and enjoy DELICIOUS sweet fresh pancakes and YUMMY just-right-spicy sausages.
TUESDAY, March 5 from 5:30 – 7 p.m.
St. Thomas’s Church Great Hall
This is a FUNraiser, but we need to cover costs:
$3.00 age 8 and under
$20 for a family
Sarah Ann Winn’s first book, Alma Almanac, was selected by Elaine Equi as winner of the Barrow Street Book Prize. She is the author of five chapbooks, the most recent of which, Ever After the End Matter, is forthcoming from Porkbelly Press in 2019. She teaches poetry workshops in Northern Virginia and the DC Metro area, and online at the Loft Literary Center. Visit her at bluebirdwords.com or follow her @blueaisling. Sarah will perform the poetry of her favorite poets. See flyer on Facebook.
Co-sponsored by the University of Delaware Department of English and St. Thomas’s Parish.