EASTER IV

EASTER IV

St. Andrew’s 

 Episcopal Church

22 Cumberland Street, Clear Spring, Maryland

www.standrewsclearspring.org

EASTER IV

Annual Police Memorial Service

Mother’s Day Banquet

May 12, 2019

7:15 A.M. CONTEMPLATIVE PRAYER

7:30 A.M. HOLY EUCHARIST RITE I 

9:00 A.M. ANNUAL POLCE MEMORIAL SERVICE – HOLY EUCHARIST

10:15 A.M. ANNUAL MOTHER’S DAY BANQUET

Law Enforcement Memorial Service & Mother’s Day Banquet – Today: The special service for the Annual Law Enforcement Memorial Service, and Mother’s Day Banquet, is next Sunday, May 12th. . This year, the Annual Law Enforcement Memorial Week Service at St. Andrew’s will be on a Sunday, at the kick-off of  the National Law Enforcement Memorial Week. At St. Andrew’s we also recognize Correctional Officers. There will be some local political dignitaries at todays service, and will be presenting proclamations. This will be the 3rd year that St. Andrew’s has hosted this Police Memorial Service that is held in conjunction with the National Law Enforcement Memorial Week.

A.P. Testing: High School A.P. Testing this Thursday, May 16th, in Perry Hall.

Father Steve begins his Sabbatical Today: Following the Police Memorial service this morning, and fellowship time at the Mother’s Day Banquet, Father Steve will begin his 12 week Sabbatical. Father Steve will return to St. Andrew’s, Sunday, August 12th. The supply schedule for Father Steve during his sabbatical is posted in Perry Hall.

St. Andrew’s Printed Prayer List (By permission):

Kathi – Tommie – Dan – Tommie – Thim – Mary – Payton – Rich – Denise – Carrol – Chuck – Jill – Carlene – Randy – Annie – Margaret – Marsha – Christa – Beverly – Ray – Gail – Richard Emma Kelby – Carrie – Steve – Dave – Michael Sonja -Sharon – NancyPatAndyRoger- Jacki – Dennis – Elizabeth – Phil – Wyatt – Kate – Curtis – Dick – Darlene Adams – Keith – All Police Officers – Our Military:      In the Military: Bubba Neville

The Anglican Communion Cycle of Prayer for Sunday, May 12, 2019:

Pray for the Anglican Church of Korea

The Most Revd Moses Nagjun Yoo – Primate of Korea and Bishop of Daejeon

Episcopal Diocese of Maryland Cycle of Prayer for May 12, 2019:

Christ Church, Port Republic

Christ Church, West River

Middleham & St Peter’s, Lusby

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