Celebrating 175 Years
Phoenixville, Pennsylvania

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Monday, May 1st

7:30-8:30 Lifestyle Program for a Healthy Heart

Noon Community Lunch

Tuesday, May 2nd

Noon Community Lunch

12:30 PACA Meeting

7:00 Mid-Week Eucharist and Bible Study: John 10:1-10

Wednesday, May 3rd

10:45 Service at Spring Mill Senior Living

Noon Community Lunch

7:00 Overeaters Anon

Thursday, May 4th

Noon Community Lunch

7:00-8:30 NA

Friday, May 5th

Noon Community Lunch

Saturday, May 6th

9:00 Pantry OPEN

Sunday, May 7th

8:00 Eucharist – Healing Prayer
Preacher: The Rev. Andrew Kline
Celebrant: The Rev. Andrew Kline

8:30 Choir Rehearsal

9:00 Bible Study – Deacon’s Office

9:00-9:45 New Member Orientation – Smith Room

9:15 Meditation – Rectors Office

10:00 Choral Eucharist – Healing Prayer
Preacher: The Rev. Andrew Kline
Sermon: Out There, On Ahead, Abundant Life!
Celebrant: The Rev. Andrew Kline

2:00 Confirmation Class

Monday, May 8th

7:30-8:30 Lifestyle Program for a Healthy Heart

Noon Community Lunch

6:00 Pantry OPEN – Dinner provided

Tuesday, May 9th

Noon Community Lunch

7:00 Mid-Week Eucharist and Bible Study: John 14:1-14

Wednesday, May 10th

10:15 Service at Sanatoga Manor

Noon Community Lunch

7:00 Overeaters Anon

Thursday, May 11th

Noon Community Lunch

7:00-8:30 NA

Friday, May 12th

Noon Community Lunch

Saturday, May 13th

4:30-8:00 Vineyard Church Community Dinner

Sunday, May 14th

8:00 Eucharist
Preacher: The Rev. Dr. Asha George-Guiser
Celebrant: The Very Rev. Dr. Koshy Mathews, The Rev. Dr. Asha George-Guiser

8:30 Choir Rehearsal

9:00 Bible Study – Deacons Office

9:00-9:45 New Member Orientation – Smith Room

9:15 Meditation – Rectors Office

10:00 Choral Eucharist
Preacher: The Rev. Dr. Asha George-Guiser
Sermon: Out There, On Ahead, Abundant Life!
Celebrant: The Very Rev. Dr. Koshy Mathews, The Rev. Dr. Asha George-Guiser

All are invited to a special luncheon downstairs with South Indian food following the 10:00 a.m. worship.

Monday, May 15th

7:30-8:30 Lifestyle Program for a Healthy Heart

Noon Community Lunch

6:00 Pantry OPEN – Dinner provided

Tuesday, May 16th

Noon Community Lunch

7:00 Mid-Week Eucharist and Bible Study: John 14: 15-21

Wednesday, May 17th

10:45 Service at Spring Mill Senior Living

Noon Community Lunch

7:00 Overeaters Anon

Thursday, May 18th

Noon Community Lunch

7:00-8:30 NA

Friday, May 19th

Noon Community Lunch

Saturday, May 20th

8:30 New Member/Growth Committee Meeting

9:00 Pantry OPEN – Breakfast provided

Sunday, May 21st

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8:00 Eucharist
Preacher: The Very Rev. Dr. Koshy Mathews
Celebrant: The Very Rev. Dr. Koshy Mathews

8:30 Choir Rehearsal

9:00 Bible Study – Deacons Office

9:00-9:45 New Member Orientation – Smith Room

9:15 Meditation – Rectors Office

10:00 Choral Eucharist – New Member Celebration
Preacher: The Very Rev. Dr. Koshy Mathews
Sermon: Paraclete: One Who Walks Alongside in Solidarity
Celebrant: The Very Rev. Dr. Koshy Mathews

4:30 Youth Group

Monday, May 22nd

7:30-8:30 Lifestyle Program for a Healthy Heart

Noon Community Lunch

6:00 Pantry OPEN – Dinner provided

Tuesday, May 23rd

Noon Community Lunch

7:00 Mid-Week Eucharist and Bible Study: John 17:1-11

Wednesday, May 24th

Noon Community Lunch

7:00 Vestry Meeting

7:00 Overeaters Anon

Thursday, May 25th

Noon Community Lunch

7:00-8:30 NA

7:30 Ascension Day Service at Church of the Holy Spirit, Harleysville

Friday, May 26th

Noon Community Lunch

Saturday, May 27th
Sunday, May 28th

8:00 Eucharist
Preacher: Louis Steffenhagen
Celebrant: The Very Rev. Dr. Koshy Mathews

8:30 Choir Rehearsal

9:00 Bible Study – Deacons Office

9:15 Meditation – Rectors Office

10:00 Choral Eucharist
Preacher: Louis Steffenhagen
Sermon: My Work Is Finished
Celebrant: The Very Rev. Dr. Koshy Mathews

Sunday, June 4th

Pentecost – On this day everybody is encouraged to wear something RED signifying the color of the Holy Spirit.

Sunday, June 11th

4:00 Youth Concert at St. Peter’s:
County Children‛s Choir (C4) allows youth to sing with and befriend fellow vocalists from other elementary and middle schools across Chester County. This opportunity to express in an emotionally safe space leads to stronger group ties and a sense of community. C4 performs a diverse repertoire of choral music, broadening students‛ understanding of different cultures, religions, and genres. When exploring songs from different cultures, we are given opportunities to navigate into different worlds and learn about others. We may also be invited to challenge the cultural and ethnic stereotypes that were previously learned, and ultimately, see changes within ourselves.