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St. Edward’s Thursday Message – March 4th

Dear parishioners & friends of St. Edward’s,

We have an important weekend to look forward to as we journey into our Third Sunday in Lent, followed by our Annual Parish Meeting immediately after the service.   Please take the time, if you can, tomorrow, to stop by the church between 11 AM – 3 PM to pick up your Annual Report, a copy of the March Scepter, your 2020 Giving Statement, consecrated wafers, and a special St. Edward’s mug we have had made for our parishioners – something to sip your warm beverage from during our livestreamed Sunday services or to take to our Zoom coffee hours & meetings!

As our Thursday emails are dedicated to the spiritual offerings we offer between Friday noon – Sunday evening, outside of our Sunday 10 AM Rite II service, please know that we have listed details to several opportunities for prayer and reflection, below.

Click here to download our Annual Report PDF.

Click here to download our March Scepter.

In our Saturday email, along with our links to our Sunday Rite II 10 AM service offering, we will refresh you with the Zoom invite details for our Annual Meeting that follows the service, on March 7th, at 11:30 AM.

As we continue our Lenten journey and we discover the power of remembrance, let us know that in remembering, there is reconciliation, and in reconciliation, there is love. The power of love – loving our neighbors as ourselves, loving the rhythms of our day, in whatever it may bring, and letting it wash over us, loving our natural environment as much as we love the material things within our own homes, and creating beloved community show our love of God and for Jesus Christ our Lord.  Let us “sow the seeds of love” in our daily lives.

We close with a Psalm verse from page 115 in the BCP – Daily Evening Prayer:  Rite Two

I will bless the Lord who gives me counsel; my heart teaches me, night after night. I have set the Lord always before me; because he is at my right hand, I shall not fall. Psalm 16:7, 8

Be well.  Stay safe.  Keep the faith.

Michelle

Worship News:
If you are in need of delivery of wafers, Scepters, etc. please contact the parish office.  

The Way of the Cross Lenten Weekly Devotion
We extend a warm invitation to our parishioners, and to those in the wider community, to participate in this weekly devotion on Fridays during the season of Lent. We thank Edward Webber for his wonderful artwork, capturing each of the fourteen Stations of the Cross. It is our sincere hope that this will serve as an invitation to prayer and contemplation as we continue to worship from our homes.

The Way of the Cross pdf and YouTube link information are noted below.
The Way of the Cross on the St. Edward’s YouTube Channel, click here.

The Way of the Cross order of service pdf, click here.

Lenten Meditations 2021 booklets:  Episcopal Relief & Development offers a wonderful booklet of meditations to take you through your Lenten journey.  This year, ER&D is offering this booklet in an online version.  You can click here to download the pdf.  We will also do on-demand printing of the booklet pdf for those who would like a printed copy to take home.  Just let us know if you would like a printed copy!

WORSHIP & SPIRITUAL FORMATION VIA ZOOM
New and Updated: Adult Spiritual Formation – Winter 2021 Flier – Click here to view/download

Friday Lunch & Learn:  March 5th 12 Noon – 1 PM via Zoom
We continue our course of reflection and discussion with Chapter 11 – Walking in the Way of the Cross – Holy Week and Easter in our text, Walk in LovePerhaps you would feel comfortable in delivering the closing prayer? There are so many wonderful Prayers and Collects to share with the group, from our BCP. Attendance at every session is not required.

With peace,
Father Rick, Bob Mosebach, and Wanda Stoltzfus

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Friday Evening Prayer – March 5th
We invite you to Evening Prayer this Friday evening at 7:00 PM.  This is a wonderful way to peacefully end our week and is led by Patrick Ishler.
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Saturday, March 6th at 5 PM: Members of St. Edward’s are invited to join St. Luke’s for our Zoom Taize service. A service of deep prayer and worship, sacred darkness, and the singing of chants in candlelight. Prepare by lighting some candles. Connect to the service:     https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84847298680
Contact St. Luke’s to let them know you will attend:  stlukesmountjoy@gmail.com for entry into secure waiting room.


Sunday Evening Prayer, March 7th at 7:00 PM:  We use the 1979 Book of Common Prayer and the readings for the Sunday Lectionary.  It is a quiet service and a good way to end the weekend and prepare for the week to come.  Anyone interested can send me an email to be put on an email distribution list:  drutledge1225@gmail.com

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St. Edward’s Monday Message – March 1st

Dear parishioners & friends of St. Edward’s,

Here we are in March!  In a couple weeks we will be “springing forward” with Daylight Savings Time where the days will be a bit longer and the trees and flowers will begin to spring open in the way nature so gloriously transforms before our very eyes at this time of year.  And. . .we continue our Lenten journey.  We are guided that remembrance is a part of our journey and is a part of the process of lament.  Trusting in God’s love to give us strength to endure the pain of remembering may help us to transform ourselves, strengthening our spirit, to enable us to help with the burdens of others.

As we continue to look inward along our journey, let us pray that it allows us to be become more spiritually connected and giving in outward ways. Tonight we offer:

A Prayer of Self-Dedication
Almighty and eternal God, so draw our hearts to thee, so guide our minds, so fill our imaginations, so control our wills, that we may be wholly thine, utterly dedicated unto thee; and then use us, we pray thee, as thou wilt, and always to thy glory and the welfare of thy people; through our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Amen.

Michelle

Worship News:

In case you missed it, click to view the Sunday Service for the Second Sunday in Lent, February 28th 

We hope you will include, in your weekly Lenten discipline, our Stations of the Cross offering for Lent, via our St. Edward’s YouTube channel – a collaboration of St. Edward’s and St. Luke’s, Mount Joy.  Within the message, we will also offer a pdf of The Way of the Cross.   Click here to connect.

Lenten Meditations 2021 booklets:  Episcopal Relief & Development offers a wonderful booklet of meditations to take you through your Lenten journey.  This year, ER&D is offering this booklet in an online version.  You can click here to download the pdf.  We will also do on-demand printing of the booklet pdf for those who would like a printed copy to take home.  Just let us know if you would like a printed copy!

Looking for an additional Lenten Devotional Resource?  St. Luke’s Mount Joy offers us  “Living Well Through Lent” by clicking here.

Click here to access our Worship page on our sainteds.org web site.

Parish Business News:

On Sunday, March 7, 2021, St. Edward’s will be holding our Annual Parish Meeting, via Zoom, at 11:30 AM, immediately following the 10 AM service.

The Annual Parish Meeting is a time where we, as a community of faith, reflect on the events of this past year; share our financial plan for the year ahead; elect leaders (vestry and diocesan convention delegates) of our parish; as well as gather to celebrate our Christian life together.  We welcome you to be a part of it all, particularly in this year of Covidtide, as we continue to find ways to gather and lift each other up in our spiritual journeys and shared ministry to St. Edward’s and our wider community!

Annual Reports, as well as a special signature St. Edward’s item for our parishioner households, will be available for pick-up at the church on Thursday, March 4 – Friday, March 5 from 11 AM-4 PM.  We will also be posting the Annual Report as a pdf on our website for people to access and that link will be available in the Thursday, March 4th email message.

St. Edward’s Episcopal Church is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: St. Edward’s Annual Meeting
Time: Mar 7, 2021 11:30 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Our newest edition of the Scepter will be in print and online by week’s end!  Pick one up when you stop by for your Annual Report, consecrated wafers, and a special signature St. Edward’s item we have had made for you to bring to our Annual Meeting!

March grocery cards will be ordered this week and will be available for pick up on Monday, March 8th.

Ministry and Outreach Opportunities:


Soles for Souls:  St. Edward’s is participating in a shoe drive with Saint John’s of Lancaster during the Lenten season. Shoes will be collected through Palm Sunday, March 28th.  The shoes can be lightly used to falling apart.   Soles 4 Souls will send the shoes to impoverished countries to give the people an opportunity to provide relief, create jobs, and empower people to break the cycle of poverty.  Collection boxes will be placed in the sanctuary (near the Praise Band instruments). Please tie any laced shoes together and rubber and other types.  There is also a need for shipping boxes approximately the size of an office paper box. Should you have any questions, please contact:  Lynch’s, Milligan’s, Ishler’s, Peg Reiley, or Leslie Arnold.

In this season of almsgiving, let us continue our faithful support of the Hempfield Area Food Pantry for those less fortunate than ourselves, through monetary and food donations. Requested food items for the month of March are:

Large peanut butter
Large jelly
Canned corn
Canned carrots
Canned mixed vegetables
Mac and cheese
2 pound package of dried pinto beans


MINISTRY, WORSHIP & FELLOWSHIP CALENDAR VIA ZOOM
New and Updated: Adult Spiritual Formation – Winter 2021 Flier – Click here to view/download
Click here to access our Adult Spiritual Formation page on our web site.


Wednesday Evening Bible Study – Wednesday, March 3rd – 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM: The focus for this session, led by Bob Mosebach and Leslie Arnold, will be on the Gospel of Mark from an Anglican/Episcopal perspective. Our Study Guide will be: Borg, Marcus (2019), Conversations with Scripture – The Gospel of Mark (Anglican Association of Biblical Scholars Study). For questions, please contact Bob Mosebach at rcmosebach@comcast.net or Leslie Arnold at larnold897@aol.com with any questions.

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Friday Lunch & Learn:  March 5th 12 Noon – 1 PM via Zoom
We will jump to Chapter 11 in our text, Walk in Love, Walking in the Way of the Cross – Holy Week and Easter.  Join us!  

Perhaps you would feel comfortable in delivering the closing prayer? There are so many wonderful Prayers and Collects to share with the group, from our BCP. Attendance at every session is not required.

With peace,
Father Rick, Bob Mosebach, and Wanda Stoltzfus

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Friday Evening Prayer – March 5th
We invite you to Evening Prayer this Friday evening at 7:00 PM.  This is a wonderful way to peacefully end our week and is led by Patrick Ishler.
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St. Edward’s Annual Parish Meeting

Dear parishioners of St. Edward’s,

On Sunday, March 7, 2021, St. Edward’s will be holding our Annual Parish Meeting, via Zoom, at 11:30 AM, immediately following the 10 AM service.

The Annual Parish Meeting is a time where we, as a community of faith, reflect on the events of this past year; share our financial plan for the year ahead; elect leaders (vestry and diocesan convention delegates) of our parish; as well as gather to celebrate our Christian life together.  We welcome you to be a part of it all, particularly in this year of Covidtide, as we continue to find ways to gather and lift each other up in our spiritual journeys and shared ministry to St. Edward’s and our wider community!

Below are the Zoom details for joining us, in community and fellowship, at this important event in the life of our parish.

St. Edward’s Episcopal Church is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.


Topic: St. Edward’s Annual Meeting
Time: Mar 7, 2021 11:30 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Annual Reports, as well as a special signature St. Edward’s item for our parishioner households, will be available for pick-up at the church on Thursday, March 4 – Friday, March 5 from 11 AM-4 PM.  We will also be posting the Annual Report as a pdf on our website for people to access, by clicking here.


It is also at this meeting that we will vote for/approve the slate of vestry nominees commencing their 3-year terms in 2021.  If you visit the vestry page on our website, you can read each nominees’ biography to better familiarize yourself with our nominees:  Karen Grant; Peg Hanzelman; Joe McLaughlin; and Randy Westgate.

In order to give everyone an opportunity to vote/approve the incoming slate of vestry nominees, if you will not be attending the St. Edward’s Annual Meeting via Zoom, please REPLY to this email as your vote of the vestry nominees (and delegates) for 2021.  There is one vote for each parish member.  So, if you have two + people in your household, and will not be attending the March 7th meeting, each active parishioner is eligible to cast a vote.  Please submit your reply (replies) separately and indicate your name in the body of the email, above your vote reply so that we can tally it properly.

Please reply, via email, no later than Friday, March 5th with your absentee ballot.  If you are planning on attending the meeting, via Zoom, please do not submit an absentee ballot.

Individual Absentee Ballot for 2021 Vestry Nominees and Diocesan Convention Delegates:

I have reviewed the vestry page on the St. Edward’s website and I vote in the following manner for the 2021 vestry nominees:

____ Approve

____ Do Not Approve

We also cast votes for our slate of delegates representing us at Diocesan Convention.  This year our delegates are:

Herb Johnston
Dina Ishler
Lucetta Kiefer
Mary Snyder

____ Approve

____ Do Not Approve

We conclude with a prayer:

For the Parish
Almighty and everliving God, ruler of all things in heaven and earth, hear our prayers for this parish family. Strengthen the faithful, arouse the careless, and restore the penitent. Grant us all things necessary for our common life, and bring us all to be of one heart and mind within your holy Church; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

Be well.  Stay safe.  Keep the faith.

Michelle

Sunday Online Worship at St. Edward’s – First Sunday in Lent: February 21, 2021

Dear parishioners and friends of St. Edward’s,

We welcome you to our online worship and ministry offerings for this Sunday, the First Sunday in Lent.  All essential links are noted below. 

I prayerfully request that we continue to refrain from gathering with other parishioners in public groups, particularly in restaurants, indoor spaces, or even outdoors without masks. COVID-19 is not a hoax.  We are all in this together, and honoring our parish community, by complying with the recommendations set forth during this time, conveys our love for God in Christ, the members of our parish family, and the wider community.

Here are two links that may be helpful:

Lancaster County, PA COVID-19 Hub

PA Department of Health

Father Rick+

We continue to offer our love and support to Rayelenn, Emily, and Elizabeth by staying in touch with cards and letters of comfort.

Mrs. Rayelenn Sparks Casey
429 Camp Meeting Road
Landisville, PA 17538

Please contact the parish office for the addresses of Emily Casey and Elizabeth Casey Stauffer. 

As we begin our Lenten journey, we are reminded that we must rest, to make room for lament. Let us also remember to make room for God’s love and to find rest in God.  Perhaps a simple act of kindness for an essential worker, or someone in our community, who has not been able to rest in this COVID19 wilderness would be a way for us to live into our Baptismal Covenant.  Tonight, let us pray for all those who have died this past year:

O God of grace and glory, we remember before you this day all those who have died in the past year. We thank you for giving them to us, their family and friends, to know and to love as companions on our earthly pilgrimage. In your boundless compassion, console us who mourn. Give us faith to see in death the gate of eternal life, so that in quiet confidence we may continue our course on earth, until, by your call, we are reunited with those who have gone before; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
—The Book of Common Prayer, p. 493

Be well.  Stay safe.  Keep the faith.

Michelle


Sunday Service Information:

Click here to connect to the First Sunday in Lent, February 21st, which will be live streamed at 10:00 AM on Sunday.  

Click here to download our service bulletin for the First Sunday in Lent.

*If you enjoy the St. Edward’s Episcopal Church, Lancaster, PA YouTube channel, and you have a Gmail or YouTube account, the next time you tune in, please click the red SUBSCRIBE button on the home page to be included as a subscriber to St. Edward’s!  We would welcome the support and we will not generate any unwanted notifications to you.  Become a part of our St. Edward’s community!   Thank you to those who have subscribed! 


We also wanted to take this opportunity to share with you important announcements regarding upcoming events, as well as prayer and adult spiritual formation opportunities.

We continue to honor the guidance delivered by our bishop, as well as our love of God in Christ, to care for one another, by remaining socially distanced, and refrain from in-person worship and gathering.  There are many opportunities for us to worship, and perform ministry, in community, in other ways, during this continued Covidtide. Please see a listing below and stay tuned to our weekly emails, web site posts, and Sunday bulletins for updates on specific details, as we are updated, with times and links. We invite you to celebrate with us, as a community of faith!


Virtual Coffee Hour this Sunday, February 21st, from 11:00 AM – 11:40 AM, on Zoom. Hosted by Christina McLaughlin. Let us share our fellowship with one another during our extended Covidtide. The join code and pass code are in our Saturday email.


Please continue your support of the Hempfield Area Food Pantry. Let us continue our tradition of generosity for those less fortunate than ourselves.

Soles 4 Souls: St. Edward’s, with Saint John’s of Lancaster will collect shoes through Palm Sunday, March 28th and we invite parishioners to donate used shoes. The shoes can be lightly used to falling apart. Collection boxes will be placed in the sanctuary. Please tie any laced shoes together and rubber and other types. There is also a need for shipping boxes approximately the size of an office paper box. Any questions can be directed to our outreach ministry members: Lynch’s, Milligan’s, Ishler’s, Peg Reiley, or Leslie Arnold.

We are pleased to announce that through the generosity of our parish family we have filled our Altar flower chart for 2021. Thank you to all who so graciously donated to this important ministry to enhance the beauty of our altar, “in memory of” and “in thanksgiving for” those whom we love.

Our Monday email details ALL parish business items including: The posting of bios for our vestry nominees and details surrounding our March 7th Annual Meeting – a very important event in the life of St. Edward’s.

Please come by St. Edward’s Monday – Friday, 11 AM – 3 PM to pick up consecrated wafers, Scepters, New 2021 Parish Directories, Lenten Mediations, etc.

St. Edward’s is offering a full complement of Adult Spiritual Formation which continues through Lent! Please check your weekly emails which will have all the study details & Zoom invitation details.

Bible Study: Wednesday Evenings from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM: For questions, please contact Bob Mosebach at rcmosebach@comcast.net or Leslie Arnold at larnold897@aol.com.

Lunch & Learn: Episcopal Beliefs and Practices: Fridays from 12 Noon – 1 PM led by Bob Mosebach

The Way of the Cross: Go to our St. Edward’s YouTube Channel to view our Stations of the Cross, each week, as a Lenten discipline. You will find the pre-recorded offering and a Way of the Cross pdf to download.
The Way of the Cross on the St. Edward’s YouTube Channel, click here.

The Way of the Cross order of service pdf, click here.

Friday Evening Prayer: Each Friday at 7:00 PM hosted by Patrick and Dina Ishler
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Sunday Evening Prayer: Each Sunday at 7:00 PM. Anyone interested can send Br. David Rutledge an email to be put on an email distribution list: drutledge1225@gmail.com Join Zoom Meeting https://zoom.us/j/95355083080 Meeting ID: 953 5508 3080

Besides prayers, calls, cards and emails, there is one more thing you can do to support St. Edward’s. Please keep up-to-date with your pledge or regular contribution.  Pledges/giving can be mailed to the church, and we also have an easy-to-use “Give to St. Edward’s” button on our website that links to our secure Paypal page, as well as a “Donate” button on our YouTube Channel home page.

To assist parishes, the diocese has set up online giving for each parish.  If you feel comfortable making your weekly giving or pledge donation in this manner (it is a secure giving tool), simply go to the diocesan web site, click on the tab up top and it will take you to a page where you can scroll down, find St. Edward’s, and continue with making your contribution!  Thank you for maintaining your faithfulness through your financial stewardship!

Click here if you would like to donate online through the diocesan portal. You will scroll down to find St. Edward’s under Lancaster. The portal is a secure giving site.

Funeral Service for Robert D. Carter – January 15, 2021

Dear parishioners & friends of St. Edward’s,

Please mark your calendar for Friday, January 15th (tomorrow) at 1:00 PM as we celebrate the life of Robert D. Carter, beloved father and grandfather of Dina, Patrick, Carter, Faith, and Thomas Ishler.

While the in-person service is for immediate family only, we will be live streaming our service, via our YouTube Channel. It will be live, so once you click the channel link (below), you will see the video image to click for the service.

We welcome you to join us as we celebrate Robert Carter’s rising to glory.

Please tune in by clicking here for the service on Friday, January 15th at 1:00 PM.

Click here to download our service bulletin.

 From the Book of Common Prayer, page 831

For those we Love
Almighty God, we entrust all who are dear to us to thy never-failing care and love, for this life and the life to come, knowing that thou art doing for them better things than we can desire or pray for; through Jesus Christ our Lord.  Amen.

Be well.  Stay safe.  Keep the faith.

Michelle

St. Edward’s Monday Message – January 4th

Dear parishioners & friends of St. Edward’s,

Your prayers are requested for Father Stephen, who has been diagnosed with Covid-19. He is receiving treatment at Lancaster General Hospital and expects to be home before the end of the week.  Please hold Rayelenn, Emily, Elizabeth, Kevin, Sadie, and Emma in your prayers.  In speaking with Rayelenn, today, she is so very grateful for the outpouring of support.  To be mindful of their space for health and healing, it has been requested that cards and prayers are most in need right now.  Please refrain from calls and texts.  We have been assured by Rayelenn that should they need help with errands or meals, she will let us know.

Cards can be sent to:

The Rev. Canon and Mrs. Stephen C. Casey
429 Camp Meeting Road
Landisville, PA 17538

Most importantly, as Bishop Audrey made note of in her pastoral note to clergy, today:
“Pray for all those affected by the coronavirus, for healthcare professionals, and for those suffering during the pandemic.  Please take good care, follow all recommended mitigation practices, and be well!”

With peace,

Father Rick +
Michelle

A Prayer for Strength and Confidence
Heavenly Father, giver of life and health: Comfort and relieve your sick servant Stephen, and give your power of healing to those who minister to his needs, that he may be strengthened in his weakness and have confidence in your loving care; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

(Page 459, The Book of Common Prayer)

The Sunday Service for the Second Sunday after Christmas was wonderful!  In case you missed it, click here to view.

We have giving envelopes for 2021, as well as your grocery cards available at church.  Please stop by between the hours of 11 AM – 3 PM to pick your items up.  If you would like them mailed to you, please contact the parish office.

We will also be offering consecrated wafers for our service of Holy Eucharist this Sunday, safely packaged and available via a table in the narthex, by entering through our front doors.  You can also pick up the latest Scepter copy!

We prayerfully request you consider signing up for the Altar Flowers for a Sunday of your choice in 2021.  The Altar Flowers beautify our sanctuary each week and are made possible through the generous donations of parishioners. The cost is $100 and your donation is recognized in our Sunday bulletin in memory of, or in thanksgiving for, your loved ones, a remembrance, or celebratory event in your life.

Hempfield Area Food Pantry:  We continue to request monetary, and food, donations, from our parish family, that are so needed at HAFP.  We may be in a “new year” but the need remains strong.  The HAFP Food Wish List for January: Spam; Prune juice; Chicken and beef broth; Large peanut butter; Large jelly; 2 lb. packs of rice; Canned pears; Instant and regular oatmeal; Cream of celery soup; Cream of chicken soup; Boxed pastas (ziti, rotini, etc.); Canned tomatoes; Pancake syrup; Canned fruit cocktail.

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Adult Spiritual Formation – Winter 2021 Flier – Click here to view/download

Wednesday Evening Contemporary Bible Study will resume next Wednesday, January 13th, with a new session.   Details are in the January Scepter as well as in the Winter Adult Spiritual Formation flier (above link).

We will also be offering a 3-part series, commencing January 28th, led by Br. David Rutledge focusing on using the BCP for Morning and Evening Prayer. Resources needed:  1979 Book of Common Prayer and a Bible (your choice of translation). Episcopal Church Calendar  https://www.churchpublishing.org/episcopalchurchyearguidekalendar2021  (contact your parish office).
Contact Br David Rutledge for more information and to register:  drutledge1225@gmail.com
Registration deadline is January 25.

Zoom details are below:

Topic: Using the BCP for Morning and Evening Prayer
Time: Jan 28, 2021 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Every week on Thu, until Feb 11, 2021, 3 occurrence(s)
Jan 28, 2021 07:00 PM
Feb 4, 2021 07:00 PM
Feb 11, 2021 07:00 PM
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Friday, January 8th,  Lunch & Learn Adult Spiritual Formation – 12 Noon – 1 PM
Having taken some time off from our Friday sessions to enjoy the holidays, we are ready to dive into our Book of Common Prayer with renewed vigor.  We will pick up where we left off, amid our conversation on the Sacramental Rite of Matrimony.  All are welcome, even if you haven’t been with us so far.  We are together every Friday, via Zoom, from noon to one pm, taking learning bites out of the BCP with the help of the book ‘Walk in Love’.  Scroll down to note the Zoom meeting join information.

Friday Evening Prayer – January 8th
We invite you to Evening Prayer this Friday evening at 7:00 PM.  This is a wonderful way to peacefully end our week and is led by Patrick Ishler.
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Sunday Krist Kindling “Reveal” Event – January 10th 7 PM Join us this Sunday for our traditional “reveal” of Krist Kindling adventures from December.  You do not have to be a Krist Kindling participant to join us in an evening of fellowship.  Please contact Meredith Westgate or the parish office so we can email you the Zoom invitation link!

 

Friday Lunch & Learn:  January 8th 12 Noon – 1 PM via Zoom
Having taken some time off from our Friday sessions to enjoy the holidays, we are ready to dive into our Book of Common Prayer with renewed vigor.  We will pick up where we left off, amid our conversation on the Sacramental Rite of Matrimony.  All are welcome, even if you haven’t been with us so far, as we take learning bites out of the BCP with the help of the book ‘Walk in Love’. Perhaps you would feel comfortable in delivering the closing prayer? There are so many wonderful Prayers and Collects to share with the group, from our BCP.  We would welcome your participation. Attendance at every session is not required.

Chapter Six Handout, click here.

With Peace,
Father Rick, Bob Mosebach, and Wanda Stoltzfus

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Christmas Eve Online Worship at St. Edward’s – December 24, 2020

Dear parishioners & friends of St. Edward’s,

Christmas Eve is near!  We count our blessings and give thanks for the generosity and love that we have felt at St. Edward’s this year.  As evening descends upon us, let us remember A Collect for Peace, from page 123 of the Book of Common Prayer, as we quietly prepare for The Feast of the Incarnation, where we commemorate the birth of our Lord, Jesus Christ.

A Collect for Peace
Most holy God, the source of all good desires, all right judgments, and all just works: Give to us, your servants, that peace which the world cannot give, so that our minds may be fixed on the doing of your will, and that we, being delivered from the fear of all enemies, may live in peace and quietness; through the mercies of Christ Jesus our Savior. Amen.

Be well.  Stay safe.  Keep the faith.

Michelle

Our St. Edward’s Virtual Christmas Greeting is here!  Click here to view!   Enjoy!!!

Here is everything you need for our Christmas Eve Services.  Please remember to tune in at 7:45 PM , tomorrow, so you can hear our lovely prelude music.

Click here to link to the St. Edward’s Christmas Eve Service

Click here to download our Christmas Eve Service Bulletin

We have a lovely shared offering, from our sister parish, St. Luke’s in Mt. Joy, of their Zoom nativity play.  Let us share in the joy they had in making it happen. Click the link below to view.

 https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1JB2ipGvPOHsOfAECYaqPcxBWCdHBwXOW?usp=sharing

Everything is attributed. The Ecumenical Virtual Choir put these carols together for churches to use this year. 


We are so fortunate to have an invitation to a wonderful spiritual offering by The Community of Francis and Clare, and Br. David Rutledge, for Christmas Eve morning.  If you were able to join us for the Thanksgiving Morning Prayer, you know how meditative and special these offerings are and we encourage you to join us!

Christmas Eve Morning Prayer @ 9:00 am ET
Time: Dec 24, 2020 09:00 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Besides prayers, calls, cards and emails, there is one more thing you can do to support St. Edward’s. Please keep up-to-date with your pledge or regular contribution.  Pledges/giving can be mailed to the church, and we also have an easy-to-use “Give to St. Edward’s” button on our website that links to our secure Paypal page, as well as a “Donate” button on our YouTube Channel home page.

To assist parishes, the diocese has set up online giving for each parish.  If you feel comfortable making your weekly giving or pledge donation in this manner (it is a secure giving tool), simply go to the diocesan web site, click on the tab up top and it will take you to a page where you can scroll down, find St. Edward’s, and continue with making your contribution!  Thank you for maintaining your faithfulness through your financial stewardship!

Click here if you would like to donate online through the diocesan portal. You will scroll down to find St. Edward’s under Lancaster. The portal is a secure giving site.

To learn more about St. Edward’s, please click our website, YouTube, or Facebook icons at the bottom of this email.

St. Edward’s Monday Message – December 14th

Dear parishioners & friends of St. Edward’s,

As we journey through the third week of Advent, let us know the meaning of joy in our hearts, minds, and prayers of gratitude.

A prayer for Grace at Meals

Give us grateful hearts, our Father, for all thy mercies, and make us mindful of the needs of others; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

In case you missed it, we invite you to view our Sunday worship:

Sunday, December 13th – Rite II – 10:00 AM

Be well.  Stay safe.  Keep the faith.

Michelle

This is the last week of Krist Kindling (already!?!?) It has been a BLAST!  For those participating, please be safe this week as the weather will give our hijnks a few challenges.

The Episcopal Calendars are in.  Please let the office know if you would like one put aside for you.

Christmas Flowers:  This is the last week you can sign up for Christmas flowers in memory of, or in thanksgiving for, your friends and family.  As is our tradition, each remembrance will be printed in our Christmas Eve bulletin. Please prayerfully consider donating to our altar flowers this Christmas.  We are seeking suggested donations of $20.  Those raised funds support the arrangements that will decorate our altar shelves and our pews in glorious Christmas celebration!

Hempfield Area Food Pantry:  We continue to receive monetary donations, from our parish family, that are so needed at HAFP.  With Christmas just a week away, a donation to the Food Pantry is the perfect gift to show our support for those in need in our wider community. Please keep these families in your prayers.Thank you for your dedicated and continued support.

MINISTRY, WORSHIP & FELLOWSHIP CALENDAR FOR THIS WEEK VIA ZOOM
Tuesday, December 15th – 6:00 PM
 – Vestry Meeting

Wednesday Evening, December 16th – 6:30 PM Contemporary Bible Study
Led by Bill and Yvonne Gasperetti via Zoom.  Please email Bill or Yvonne if you would like to participate.

Friday, December 18th,  Lunch & Learn Adult Spiritual Formation – 12 Noon – 1 PM
Join us for this series led by Father Rick, Bob Mosebach, and Wanda Stoltzfus.  Scroll down to note the Zoom meeting join information.

Friday Evening Prayer – December 18th
We invite you to Evening Prayer this Friday evening at 7:00 PM.  This is a wonderful way to peacefully end our week and is led by Patrick Ishler.
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Lessons & Carols Virtual Service – Friday, December 18th
Tune into the St. Edward’s YouTube Channel to enjoy this year’s Lessons & Carols with our diocesan parishes! Click here for the link to our YouTube Channel 

Blue Christmas Service at St. Luke’s Mt. Joy via Zoom – December 19th at 7 PM 
Please do follow the link to the RSVP, at https://forms.gle/qvMd9A43TidGcG9z6 so that we know to welcome you into the service. This is to ensure that the Zoom meeting is secure.

Drive-In Christmas Worship – December 20th 6:30 PM – Drive-in Christmas worship at Cumberland Valley Drive-in, Newville.  These services will be approximately one hour and will feature live music, lessons, Christmas Carols, and a special Christmas message. You will be able to watch the service live on the drive-in screen from the comfort of your automobile.
Father Rick, Randy Westgate, Mike Freshwater, and Jamie Alton will be providing the wonderful musical offerings at both of these services!  Let’s join them!

Friday Lunch & Learn:  December 18th 12 Noon – 1 PM via Zoom
Our conversation continues, this week, with Chapter Six, in our text.  We have had engaging and enlivening discussions each week! Please take the time, this week, to review the handout (link is below) as you read Chapter Six. Perhaps you would feel comfortable in delivering the closing prayer? There are so many wonderful Prayers and Collects to share with the group, from our BCP.  We would welcome your participation. Attendance at every session is not required.

Chapter Six Handout, click here.

With Peace,
Father Rick, Bob Mosebach, and Wanda Stoltzfus

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St. Edward’s Monday Message – December 7th

Dear parishioners & friends of St. Edward’s,

As we journey through the second week of Advent, let us keep our vision of peace in our hearts, minds, and prayers.

Let us also start the week with a prayer for Church Musicians and Artists.  We have been so blessed, at St. Edward’s, to receive the gifts of our talented singers and musicians, each week, live and recorded, for our services.  And we are blessed to have the talents of Father Rick and all those dedicated to making this upcoming Christmas season brighter as they fill it with music in the many offerings that are being planned. And, we should pray for all those musicians and artists longing to perform, and cannot, due to Covidtide, and how their hearts are yearning to bring “joyful noise” to so many.  All of this talent is no small thing, and for that, we thank you all.

For Church Musicians and Artists
O God, whom saints and angels delight to worship in heaven: Be ever present with your servants who seek through art and music to perfect the praises offered by your people on earth; and grant to them even now glimpses of your beauty, and
make them worthy at length to behold it unveiled for evermore;
through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

In case you missed it, we invite you to view our Sunday worship:

Sunday, December 6th – Rite II – 10:00 AM

Internet and Email Safety Reminder:  Please be vigilant in protecting your email accounts and your private information with online purchasing.  The office received an email today, from “Rick Bauer” asking for a favor in running an errand.  Looking at the email address attached to the name revealed it was a fake, but it is very easy to get lured in, especially when you think you are helping our rector, or fellow parishioner, especially during this season.  Please delete anything that looks suspicious, and do not reply.  If you have replied, go into your account settings and change your password.

Be well.  Stay safe.  Keep the faith.

Michelle

Let’s bless our church family with some Holiday cheer!  
Since we can’t wish each other a Merry Christmas in person this year, we are asking you to send a digital photo of you/your family holding a large piece of paper or sign displaying some sort of Christmas message.  (Santa hats and reindeer antlers are optional). We’ll put them all together to create a virtual Christmas card.

Text your photo and names of those in the photo to Christina McLaughlin at 717-415-7043 or email them to cjm702@gmail.com no later than Sunday December 13th.
– Christina McLaughlin and Ellen Milligan

The December Scepter is online. If you would like to stop by for a color copy, during the week, they will be in the front entry of the church from 11 AM – 3 PM.

Jesse Tree gifts have been wrapped and are ready to be picked up this week by the COBYS representatives.  Thank you to all!

Is everyone who is participating in Krist Kindling having fun?!?!?  It sounds like there are some great stories, already!!

Those people who indicated their grocery cards should be mailed to them, they are being posted tomorrow.

The Episcopal Calendars are being shipped this week and should be available by next Monday, December 14th.


Hempfield Area Food Pantry:  We continue to receive monetary donations, from our parish family, that are so needed at HAFP.  As we continue to get closer to this holiday season, keep these families in your prayers, and prayerfully consider a monetary donation to St. Edward’s to send to HAFP.  Thank you for your dedicated and continued support.

MINISTRY, WORSHIP & FELLOWSHIP CALENDAR FOR THIS WEEK VIA ZOOM
Tuesday, December 8th – 6:30 PM
 – Finance Committee Meeting

Wednesday Evening, December 9th – 6:30 PM Contemporary Bible Study
Led by Bill and Yvonne Gasperetti via Zoom.  Please email Bill or Yvonne if you would like to participate.

Friday, December 11th,  Lunch & Learn Adult Spiritual Formation – 12 Noon – 1 PM
Join us for this series led by Father Rick, Bob Mosebach, and Wanda Stoltzfus.  Scroll down to note the Zoom meeting join information.

Friday Evening Prayer – December 11th
We invite you to Evening Prayer this Friday evening at 7:00 PM.  This is a wonderful way to peacefully end our week and is led by Patrick Ishler.
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Friday Lunch & Learn:  December 11th 12 Noon – 1 PM via Zoom
Our conversation continues, this week, with Chapter Six, in our text.  We have had engaging and enlivening discussions each week! Please take the time, this week, to review the handout (link is below) as you read Chapter Six. Perhaps you would feel comfortable in delivering the closing prayer? There are so many wonderful Prayers and Collects to share with the group, from our BCP.  We would welcome your participation. Attendance at every session is not required.

Chapter Six Handout, click here.

With Peace,
Father Rick, Bob Mosebach, and Wanda Stoltzfus

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St. Edward’s Monday Message – November 30th

Dear parishioners & friends of St. Edward’s,

As we begin a new week, and are on the eve of entering a new month, tomorrow, we offer this Collect from Evening Prayer II:

A Collect for the Presence of Christ

Lord Jesus, stay with us, for evening is at hand and the day is past; be our companion in the way, kindle our hearts, and awaken hope, that we may know you as you are revealed in Scripture and the breaking of bread. Grant this for the sake of your love. Amen.

In case you missed it, we invite you to view our Sunday worship:

Sunday, November 29th – Rite II – 10:00 AM

Please mark your calendar for Saturday, December 5th at 3:00 PM as we celebrate the life of our beloved parishioner, Rose Dixon.  While the in-person service is for immediate family only, we will be livestreaming our service, via our YouTube Channel.  Please tune in here.  We will publish this link, again, in our Thursday email.

Be well.  Stay safe.  Keep the faith.

Michelle

Krist Kindling has begun!  Please contact Meredith Westgate at week’s end if you have any questions after your first week!  Be safe in your travels and have fun!  Keep your Krist Kindling partner(s) in your prayers.

The December Scepter will be online this weekend.  We will print color copies and leave in the table in the front entry, if you would like to stop by, during the week, from 11 AM – 3 PM, to pick up a copy.

Grocery cards will be available by Monday, December 7th.  If you would like yours mailed, please contact the parish office.


Our 2021 Stewardship Campaign is coming to a close.  But, if you have not mailed in your pledge commitment as of November 30th, please prayerfully consider participating in the stewarding and ministry of St. Edward’s!  2021 promises to be a wonderful year filled with new ministry and continued care and feeding to our church campus and it is exciting to think we can all be an integral part of our parish community’s success!   Thank you, one and all, for your continued support of St. Edward’s.

Annual Jesse Tree Project 
What an amazing response to this important seasonal ministry, especially this year!  In speaking with Leslie Arnold, today, she reports we have exceeded the expectations of social outreach with our outpouring of support for these families in need and we will be providing a wonderful gift package to each of the children from COBYS we have committed to support.  Thank you!!!

Hempfield Area Food Pantry:  We continue to receive monetary donations, from our parish family, that are so needed at HAFP.  As we have been witness, in our news cycles, to the heartbreaking, and endless, lines at food pantries around the country, it is encouraging to know that the people of St. Edward’s are helping to support our local wider community with such love and generosity.  Thank you for your dedicated and continued support, as we enter this next holiday season.

MINISTRY, WORSHIP & FELLOWSHIP CALENDAR FOR THIS WEEK VIA ZOOM
Wednesday Evening, December 2nd – 6:30 PM Contemporary Bible Study
Led by Bill and Yvonne Gasperetti via Zoom.  Please email Bill or Yvonne if you would like to participate.

Friday, December 4th,  Lunch & Learn Adult Spiritual Formation – 12 Noon – 1 PM
Join us for this series led by Father Rick, Bob Mosebach, and Wanda Stoltzfus.  Scroll down to note the Zoom meeting join information.

Friday Evening Prayer – December 4th
We invite you to Evening Prayer this Friday evening at 7:00 PM.  This is a wonderful way to peacefully end our week and is led by Patrick Ishler.
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December 13th at 3:00 PM:  Mark your calendars for a St. Edward’s Virtual Cultural Event, LIVE, on our YouTube Channel. 

Fire in the Glen has been performing in south-central Pennsylvania since 1999, and they’ve been sharing A Celtic Christmas over the holidays for the last decade. The holiday-themed show blends traditional Scottish and Irish music with familiar Christmas melodies and some more obscure holiday tunes from England and Ireland. The band features Tom Knapp on fiddle and bodhran (the traditional Irish drum), Megan Mullen on vocals and keyboard, and Mick Mullen on vocals and guitar.

Although their set list varies, the show will include a selection of the following: What Child is This, The Devonshire Carol, God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen, Christmas in Killarney, The Snowflake Jig, Angels We Have Heard on High, Away in a Manger, Deck the Halls, Miss Fogarty’s Christmas Cake, Lo How a Rose E’er Blooming, We Wish You a Merry Christmas, The Golden Carol of the Wisemen, It Came Upon a Midnight Clear, Joy to the World, Silent Night, O Holy Night and an assortment of traditional Celtic songs and tunes!

A special treat added to this Celtic Christmas event is a performance of Irish dance by our very own Faith Carter Ishler!  A dancer since the age of three years old, Faith has been competing at the Open Championship level, the highest level of Irish dance, since 2011. She has traveled extensively to pursue competition opportunities in both the United States and abroad, including British Columbia, Montreal, Dublin, Killarney, Belfast and Glasgow. She has earned awards at many prestigious competitions, including two recalls at the World Championships, ranking in the top twenty-five of all dancers in her age group. She also enjoys performing and achieved a successful audition for the international dance phenomenon “Lord of the Dance” in 2017. A 2020 graduate of Lebanon Valley College with a degree in journalism/social media, Faith trains at the Hooley School of Irish Dance.


Friday Lunch & Learn:  December 4th 12 Noon – 1 PM via Zoom
Our conversation continues, this week, with Chapter Five, in our text.  We have had engaging and enlivening discussions each week! Perhaps you would feel comfortable in delivering the closing prayer, this week?  We  would welcome your participation. Attendance at every session is not required.

We encourage you to have your Book of Common Prayer for each session and the text, Walk In Love is optional, but can be ordered at forwardmovement.org or by contacting the parish office (we have copies on hand).  If you do not have a copy of the BCP on hand, this link will give you the downloadable pdf.

With Peace,
Father Rick, Bob Mosebach, and Wanda Stoltzfus

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