Experience a quieter, more intimate Eucharist in the sanctuary, followed by coffee and conversation.
Care for infants and toddlers in the St. Priscilla room.
Making Connections Forum—9:00am
Join us for adult formation as we gather in between services for fellowship and enriching opportunities to learn and grow in our faith.
Our first series is called “What’s God Got To Do With It?” Join Stephen and Elizabeth as we take on some big questions that have life changing implications right in the middle of your ordinary, everyday life. Bring your questions, your friends and your curiosity with you.
Bible stories heard and experienced for children of all ages in the St. Priscilla Room.
Church School is offered for children and youth beginning at age three on Sunday mornings.
Lively and engaging Eucharist that includes music. Immediately following is a reception for all on the lower level in our parish hall.
At this service, Fr. Corey Brost will share a brief update about Viator House of Hospitality. This ministry provides housing and supportive case management services for 18-20 male immigrant who have fled their home countries out of fear of their lives and have sought asylum in our country. These young men have aged out of the youth shelters and have nowhere to go but adult detention. Because of the staff and volunteers at VHH, they are able to join a supportive community and learn new skills, build relationships and study/work together while their court cases are pending.
St. Simon’s has supported VHH by providing welcome baskets to every young man, filled with bedding, toiletries, and more. We also have many parishioners who support this ministry as tutors, gardeners, companions and drivers. Question? Want to volunteer? Contact Kate Rickard or Angie Andrews.
Green Team Meeting—11:30am
Dan Huntsha, Faith in Place Outreach Director, will meet with the Green Team at 11:30am on Sunday morning to discuss Green initiatives for St. Simon’s. Whether you are interested in solar and wind opportunities, butterfly gardens, energy efficiencies, or forest walks, please join us for this discussion and learn how you can be involved. Questions? Contact Amy Sanecki
Youth in grades 7-12 gather in the parish hall for a shared meal, meaningful conversation, sacred space, and TONS of fun!