Thanks to Youth Leaders Christopher Maslanka and Julie Stewart and our EYC (middle and high school youth group) for hosting a wonderful Easter egg hunt on Easter Sunday. Special thanks to Julie Stewart and Spencer Carter for these great pictures!
We were blessed with a beautiful day as we began our Palm Sunday service outdoors.
The Daughters of the King hosted their fourth annual Quiet Day on March 24th. Rev. Joanie Brawley led this day of prayer, meditation and reflection. The theme was "A New Take on the Prodigal Son."
Maven Camille Leibold was baptized on February 18th. Her parents are Andrea and Kevin Leibold; her grandparents are Maury and Nancy McCarthy.
Several of our members recently participated in a golf tournament to benefit Camp Wingmann in Avon Park.
As part of our partnership with Polk Avenue Elementary school, volunteers Laura Motis and Chip Thullbery served a continental breakfast to teachers and staff.
Thanks to our EYC youth group, Melody McKenna, Julie Stewart and Lori Chandley for a delicious pancake supper!
All you need to know to become a faithful steward.
Seven parishioners joined our partners in Honduras to baptize four new members, welcome the birth of two infants, plant fifty palm trees, disinfect and seal the church walls from mold, meet with the vestry to establish priorities for becoming financially self-sufficient, conduct a Bible school featuring a free children's Bible app in Spanish, present prayer books to members of the local chapter of the Daughters of the King, meet the dozen students who have received scholarships, and approve the design for pews in the church.
Thank you, Robert, for organizing and hosting such an inspiring concert!
Doris Gukich and her team of volunteers provided lunch for the middle school students and Care Center staff, who took a welcome break from their efforts to assist those in need in our community.
Our children entered the enchanted kingdom of Narnia during Vacation Bible School.