Haiti Micah Sponsorship
If it’s May it must be time to launch our annual Haiti Micah Project (HMP) child sponsorship! Each year, Grace Church members and friends renew our commitment to support the 70+ children sponsored by parishioners, friends and our Outreach Committee. This program, created by Fr. Joseph Constant, a Haitian man, to care for the poorest of the poor street children in Mirebalais, Haiti, Fr. Constant’s home town. Through the Haiti Micah Project sponsorships, Fr. Constant is able to provide food, clothing, education and medical care for more than 500 of these children. Our $365 annual sponsorship helps Fr. Constant provide for the basic health care, and provide beginning vocational skills when age appropriate. For more information, contact Mary Ann Ryan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Christian Formation Hour, May 14: Adult Forum: Forgiveness and Reconciliation
Come and hear Father Klemmt’s final forum on how forgiveness is the footstool to reconciliation and without it, no peace can be won. As we explore this topic, we learn how forgiveness is an act of Resurrection.
May 21: Celebration of Christian Education
We will be celebrating Christian Education onSunday, May 21st. To read more about it, see the article in this month’s Grace Notes.
Ascension Day Festival Eucharist, May 25 at 7:30p.m.
Join us for the Feast of the Ascension as the Handbell Choir joins the Adult Choir. The mass setting will be Harold Darke’sCommunion Service in F. The anthem is O Clap Your Hands by Ralph Vaughan Williams. The Handbells will play a prelude and accompany the choir during communion. Please invite a friend to experience the beautiful liturgy and music.
Choral Evensong, May 28 at 5:00 p.m.
The Boys and Girls choir will lead us in Choral Evensong. The setting of the Magnificat and Nunc dimittis is by Candian-born, U.K. based organist Sarah MacDonald and includes the world premiere of Festal Preces and Responses by Richard Newman written for the Boys and Girls Choir. The anthem will be Ex ore innocentium composed by early 20th century British composer John Ireland. Following the closing organ voluntary, the Holy Eucharist will be celebrated.