The Youth Group Mission trip June 22-29 to make houses warmer, safer, and drier in Chavies, Kentucky is almost here, which means so is the Post Trip Dinner! At the dinner, the youth group will be reliving their mission trip with you. They will share their photos and stories while providing a dinner of pasta, bread, salad, and dessert (vegan- and gluten-free options will be available). The dinner is Friday, July 19 at 6:30 pm. The suggested donation is $15 and all funds go toward trip costs. Please come out and support the youth group!
The families we help support through the Gaywood Food Program have many needs which fall outside the scope of the program; in particular, the families often request assistance with toiletries. Over the next 3-4 weeks, we will be collecting these personal items of all kinds, with a special emphasis on toothpaste and shampoo. If you can, please consider picking up some of these items the next time you’re at the store. Thank you for your generosity to the Gaywood students and families.
St. George’s supports a local food pantry run by Help by Phone, hosted at Trinity Moravian Church on Good Luck Road. The pantry is currently critically low on cereal and canned meats, particularly chicken, tuna and salmon. We ask everyone who can to donate these items as we help get the food pantry through this dry time. Many thanks for your support.
Do you have a job you love? Did you have an interesting career before you retired? Can you spare part of a day to support local students? Gaywood Elementary School is looking for speakers for their annual Career Day. The event will be held on Friday, May 24, from 9:00AM to 12:30PM (speakers are asked to arrive 30 minutes early). If this sounds interesting and you’d like to participate, or you want more information, please speak to Donna Haselton, or contact Jessica Hayes at Gaywood directly at 301-918-8730 or firstname.lastname@example.org no later than May 15.
Support the Youth Mission Trip to Chavies, Kentucky to make houses warmer, drier and safer by ordering flowers for Mother’s Day. Bouquets will be made up of beautiful cherry brandy roses, pink mini carnations, bright green hypericum, and yellow solidago and will come in small, medium, and large bouquets. The cost is $6 for a small bouquet, $15 for a medium and $25 for a large. The youth who are going on the trip are now taking pre-orders for Mother’s Day May 12. All proceeds will go to support the trip June 23-29.
St. George’s supports a local food pantry run by Help by Phone, hosted at Trinity Moravian Church on Good Luck Road. The pantry is currently critically low on cereal and canned meats, particularly chicken, tuna and salmon. We ask everyone who can to donate these items throughout the month of May, as we try to help get the food pantry through this dry time. Many thanks for your support.
The St. George’s Spring Yard Sale will be held on Saturday May 18 from 8:00 am – 1:00 pm. We will need lots of help to make the yard sale happen. Sign up today and start taking inventory of gently used items you want to donate to the yard sale.
St. George’s Episcopal Church is seeking a part-time Office Administrator, 18 hours per week. Responsibilities include preparing bulletins and service booklets, updating website, maintaining church calendar, managing church building use and welcoming persons from all walks of life. Bachelor’s degree or equivalent skill level preferred, as is knowledge of the Episcopal Church and its liturgy. Strong communication skills, people skills, organizational skills, and a high degree of computer fluency (Microsoft Office Suite, ability to learn parish management system Realm) required. Send resume and cover letter to email@example.com
The afternoon of Saturday, June 8 is the annual Capital Pride Parade and St. George’s is signed up with a spot to walk and ride in the parade. We hope that if you’re here that weekend that you will come down to DC and participate with us as we love to show the fun and welcoming spirit of St. George’s to the LGBTQ community in great numbers. Besides, you don’t want to miss out on seeing Josephine as our Queen of Pride. Along with participation, if anyone would like to make a donation to cover the cost of giveaway items for the parade it would be greatly appreciated. Make sure to note that it is for “Pride” for the counters. If you have any questions you can contact Michael M. or Ames. See you June 8!
This Sunday April 28 we will celebrate St. George’s Day with our annual International Potluck. Bring a dish to share and stay for lunch after church, and help us celebrate our diversity by making your dish something connected to your heritage. You are also invited to wear something connected to your heritage. This event is extra special this year because we will celebrate what we have accomplished so far in the visioning process as well. Mark your calendars for April 28 and get ready to celebrate!