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Emergency Phones

Emergency Phones

Over the past few years with our transitions to VoIP phones, the hallway phones in the building ceased to operate. While most people now carry cell phones, and we have panic buttons available in various places in the building, in the interest of maximum security, we...

Outdoor Worship This Summer

Outdoor Worship This Summer

On the last Sunday morning of the summer months, our 8:30 service will be live streamed via Zoom and Facebook, and our 10:30 service will be held outdoors, under the tent, and it will NOT be live streamed. Our outdoor dates are June 26, July 31, and August 28, when...

St. Clare’s Is In the House

St. Clare’s Is In the House

Thanks to all who pitched in to cook a great lunch at The Church at Crossroads, the ministry led by the Rev. Teresa Wakeen who has visited us several times. We cooked food for 50 people who were attending their Vacation Bible School or who were clients at Crossroads,...

Pandemic Artwork

Pandemic Artwork

Have you admired the beautiful tile artwork that appeared during the pandemic? During the summer of 2020, Temple Beth Emeth (TBE) members made history while creating artwork together! Socially distanced, they gathered to create clay tiles that became one larger piece...

Moral March on Washington

Moral March on Washington

The Poor Peoples’ and Low Wage Workers’ Moral March on Washington and to the Polls An estimated 100,000 (may be a generous estimate, but there sure were a LOT) people gathered in Washington, DC on Saturday, June 18 to raise a collective voice for change. Our country’s...

News About Paul Whelan

News About Paul Whelan

For those of you who have written to Paul or if you would like to start: Good news! We can write to Paul Whelan again, using the Washington DC address below. It may take a while for the mail to reach the Embassy in Moscow, but once it does, they will make sure it gets...

2022 Variety Show

2022 Variety Show

Thank you to everyone who participated in our 2022 Variety Show. There were stupid jokes, there were skits, there were hi-jinks, there was... love. Everyone who took part was vulnerable and safe, supported with care and concern and appreciation by the St. Clare's...

A Season of Prayer for Revival

A Season of Prayer for Revival

Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop Michael Curry invites Episcopalians everywhere to mark the season after Pentecost with 30 days of prayer leading up to and encompassing the 80th General Convention in Baltimore, Maryland. “A Season of Prayer for Revival”—from June 12...

Birthday Gifts!

Birthday Gifts!

June 5th-Pentecost: Birthday of the Church! What better gift than to bring non-dairy milk for the Back Door Food Pantry?! You can bring your contribution to the altar during the Offertory and Rev. Anne will bless it. And when it is distributed to our pantry guests,...

Upcoming and Recent Graduates

Upcoming and Recent Graduates

Please let us know (contact the church office) if there is a graduate (high school or college) from our parish that you wish to honor at our worship services on May 22 and/or in our newsletter. If you want to include a graduate from the Class of 2021 or the Class of...

Name Badges

Name Badges

We will order new name tags in May, using our updated logo and with first names larger for better readability! Please check the list at church this Sunday for your name! If your name is included as you want it, initial next to it. Check for all members of your family,...

Donate to the Back Door Food Pantry

Donate to the Back Door Food Pantry

The Back Door Food Pantry requests donations of NON-DAIRY BEVERAGES in 1-quart shelf-stable packaging now through mid-April. All varieties of non-dairy milk: almond, rice, oat, soy are in great demand but unavailable for purchase from Food Gatherers. Please check the...