October 28, 2020
Watch our Stewardship Video here!

Quick Notes

  • During our Compline and Conversation tonight at 7:30 pm, Pastor Don will share some of our Episcopal and Lutheran saints. Click this link or call 1-301-715-8592 then enter 82573335080#.
  • In addition to our 10:30 am Zoom worship on Sundays in November, we will have a 9:00 am service of Holy Communion in the church. Social distancing and masks are required. If you have questions, please contact Pastor Stewart, otherwise, if you are comfortable being in a group of 10-15 people, please feel free to join us.
  • Faith-Filled Generosity is the Stewardship theme this year. There are special bags for you to pick up in the church office Thursday or Friday from 9am-2pm. If you need us to drop your bag off at your house, please email the office. The bags also contain the All Saints' Sunday bulletin as well as communion that we will share together during that November 1 service. You can pledge online here.
  • SEAFARERS ZIP LOCK CHRISTMAS GALLON BAGS:  We now have 16 completed CHRISTMAS Zip lock bags. Our aim is for 30. Zip Lock Bags, Bibles, knitted hats, some socks, toilet articles and Christmas Cards are on Leona’s pew to help you get started. Call Deacon Linda at 443-564-6225 and she will bring you a starter bag if you cannot make it to church. Salvation Army Christmas Stockings can be picked up at church as well.    
  • The Cares Food Pantry is putting together holiday baskets. Please bring the following items to the church in the next few weeks. They also have a great Amazon Wish List set up. You can order items and have the sent directly to the pantry. canned sauerkraut, canned cranberry sauce, can (or jar) of gravy, boxed stuffing, boxed mashed potatoes, boxed elbow macaroni, can of turkey or chicken broth, large can of yams, jello/pudding, boxed cake mix, can of cake icing.
  • Funeral Services next week: Sonya Elliott attended many musical events at our church and was a faithful quilter. Services are expected to be on Monday at Joseph Brown Funeral Home, but a time is pending. Thornton Samuels attended the 8am service faithfully and lived just up York Road at the Walker Mews Apartments. He had been battling several health issues as of late. You may remember him by some of his colorful artwork he shared so lovingly with us all. A funeral service will be held on Monday at 10:00 am at March Life Tribute Center in Randallstown with burial following. More information here
  • We will bless two huge boxes of quilts for the Lutheran Mission Society on Sunday, November 8


Election Prayers

Forward Movement and The Episcopal Church Office of Government Relations are calling Episcopalians and all others to join in A Season of Prayer: For an Election. Join us October 27-November 4. Sign up for email updates here.
We come together, asking God for courage and wisdom, thanking God for love and joy. As we move toward the election of leaders for the United States, may we all join in a season of prayer, committing to offer to God our fears and frustrations, our hopes and dreams.
A novena is an ancient tradition of nine days of devotional prayers, often with a specific intention. In this case, we pray for discernment in voting and for the well-being of our nation.
Starting October 27 and continuing through the day after the election, we invite you to pray for the election of leaders in the United States. Materials are available below in English and Spanish for use at home or to share with you congregation. These prayers, drawn from The Book of Common Prayer, can be printed out and tucked in a Bible or prayer journal.
The prayers will also be posted daily on 
FacebookInstagram, and Twitter, #seasonofprayer. 

Find more tools for election engagement on The Episcopal Church's 
Office of Government Relations website.

  • Our Annual Meeting is Sunday November 8 following the 10:30 am Zoom worship service. The Church Council has approved the following slate of candidates for three Council positions to be filled. Nancy Fenton, Diane Macklin, and John McConnell. Thank you for your willingness to serve the church in this way!

Here are all the Zoom links for our online activities.
These links should remain the same each week.

Sunday Worship @ 10:30 am
Followed by Coffee Hour

Click here to join or call in +13017158592, 81549645294#.
You can also watch the live on 

Monday Chair Yoga @ 10:00 am
Click this link or call 1-301-715-8592 then enter 4102369650#
Watch Monday October 19 session here.

Leader: Linda Laharte, 410-235-3612 or 410-236-9650 or email.

Wednesday Healing Prayers @ 10:30 am
Click this link or call 1-301-715-8592 then enter 87331904395#

Wednesday Night Live @ 7:30 pm
Compline Evening Prayers and Conversation

Click this link or call 1-301-715-8592 then enter 82573335080#.

Thursday Morning Bible Study @ 11:00 am
Click here to join  or call 1-929-205-6099 then enter 88586024640#
Presiding Bishop Michael Curry will lead a live-streamed prayer service from Washington National Cathedral, Holding on to Hope: A National Service for Healing and Wholeness, on All Saints' Sunday, November 1, at 4:00-5:30 p.m. EST. In the midst of pandemic, racial reckoning, and a historic election, the live-streamed service will gather Americans for prayer, song, lament, hope, and a call to love God and neighbor. Learn more at Click the image above to watch his message about our upcoming election.
Lutheran Presiding Bishop reminds us of the importance of voting. Click here for more information about civic engagement. Do you have a plan to vote early or vote by mail? Do you need a ride to the polls? Call the office, and we will help!

The Delaware-Maryland Synod of the ELCA broadcasts at 10:00 am here on this website. The Episcopal Diocese of Maryland worships virtually at 11:00am at the Cathedral of the Incarnation. All services are cast on this worship page. Watch Washington National Cathedral's worship here.


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