May
28
10:00 am10:00

7th Sunday of Easter

The 7th Sunday of Easter falls during Ascensiontide.  

We hear from the first chapter of the Acts of the Apostles, which continues Luke's Gospel account.

Year A Readings:
Acts 1:6-14
Psalm 68:1-10, 33-36
1 Peter 4:12-14; 5:6-11
John 17:1-11

May
31
6:15 pm18:15

Evening Prayer I

Daily Evening Prayer, the Evening Office, is offered each Wednesday.

We include the observances of the Episcopal Church Calendar, complete with the histories of those whose lives are commemorated.

Please join use for this respite from the weekly grind.

Jun
4
10:00 am10:00

The Day of Pentecost

Today, we reach the end of the Great Fifty Days of Easter.

Our reading is from the 2nd chapter of the Acts of the Apostles.

In this passage, the Holy Spirit comes upon the Apostles, resting upon them like tongues of flame and giving them the ability to speak to the faithful from many lands who were assembled in Jerusalem for the Feast of First Fruits (Jewish Pentecost), seven weeks after the Passover.

Year A Readings:
Acts 2:1-21 | Numbers 11:24-30
Psalm 04:25-35, 37b
1 Corinthians 12:3b-13 | Acts 2:1-21
John 20:19-23 | John 7:37-39

Jun
7
6:15 pm18:15

Evening Prayer II

Daily Evening Prayer, the Evening Office, is offered each Wednesday.

We include the observances of the Episcopal Church Calendar, complete with the histories of those whose lives are commemorated.

Please join use for this respite from the weekly grind.

Jun
11
10:00 am10:00

Trinity Sunday

Trinity Sunday is unique in the Church Calendar, in that it celebrates a Doctrine of the Church rather than an event or a life.

Year A Readings:
Genesis 1:1--2:4a
Psalm 8 | Canticle 2 or 13
2 Corinthians 13:11-13
Matthew 28:16-20  

Jun
14
6:15 pm18:15

Evening Prayer II

Daily Evening Prayer, the Evening Office, is offered each Wednesday.

We include the observances of the Episcopal Church Calendar, complete with the histories of those whose lives are commemorated.

Please join use for this respite from the weekly grind.


May
27
9:00 am09:00

Laundry Love

On the final Saturday morning of each month, St. Elizabeth's ministers to our  neighbors by paying for and providing supplies for them to do their laundry.

As each month comes to an end, many families are simply "tapped out."  Laundry can be a significant expense when one must choose among paying the rent and/or utilities, buying food, and all the other necessities of life.

This is a ministry that even a small church like St. Elizabeth's can perform with a few people and a modest budget.