1) It HAS to get nice soon, right??? It’s well into spring, for crying out loud, and we have graduated our seniors and school is out and so just know that weather be darned, we are starting our summer schedule here at St. Francis. This means;
Be sure to come to church Sunday to see the Robin sitting on her nest in our beautiful courtyard tree! It has been a joy to watch her motherly dedication as she sits on her nest. Enjoy the photo below.
We also have new furniture in the foyer! Come see what's new at St. Francis this week!
Nancy Kepler, Jill Young, Conlan Cron
Clark Wisniewski, Jon Meyer,
Everett James Ellison, Brian Croft
John and Ann Selzer
Brad and Jana Bode
Kevin and Nikole Leonard
Our next Soup Kitchen will be this Thursday, May 30. Volunteers are needed to serve the meal at the Presbyterian Church (1st Avenue door) around 5 p.m. Volunteers are also needed to help with clean up, even if you can’t make it to help serve the meal. Clean-up is around 6 p.m. Come be part of this ministry!
Camp Canterbury: All youth entering grades 4-12 in the fall are eligible to attend this diocesan camp, an important, powerful, and formative complement to our regular parish youth programming. Every parent and youth in this parish is encouraged to consider making it to Camp Canterbury this summer. Registration is now open, Here is a link to the page https://campcanterbury.episcopal-ne.org
Lisa’s Office Hours:
Monday: Office Closed for Memorial Day
Tuesday 10:15 a.m. - 1:15 p.m.
Thursday 10:15 a.m. - 1:15 p.m.
Friday 11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
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Rev. Erin Rath
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